Shab-e-Barat comes in Shaban, which is the eighth month of the Islamic Hijri calendar, preceding the holy month of Ramadan. It is a month of spiritual significance, preparation, and reflection […]
It is incumbent on all persons living beyond the Meeqaat to put on the Ihram, if they intend to enter Makkah for Hajj. It is advisable that after taking a bath at home. Men should put on their Ihram. Women should wear their normal dresses with their heads fully covered. Salaat-e-Ihram, Niyyat and reciting of Talbiya may be postponed until one gets his boarding card, and gets cleared through Immigration and Customs.