Best Reasons to Perform Umrah in Ramadan and its Importanceby Ady Grewal Content writer
Umrah is a very beautiful Sunnah of our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) for us. Rewards and bounties that it holds for the believers are endless! Thus, one must Perform Umrah with intensity, commitment, love, contentment, desire, and gratitude. It’s a spiritual journey that unleashes many truths on a person’s personality and character.
On the other hand, the month of Ramadan is the holiest time of an Islamic year. The spiritualty is at its peak; blessings from Allah Almighty are infinite; forgiveness never ceases and rewards keep on increasing. So, when you combine Umrah with the month of Ramadan, indeed there’s nothing better than that. The reason being, millions of pilgrims gather in the holy city of Makkah every year through their cheapest Ramadan umrah packages from London and from all across the globe.
Here are the best reasons to perform Umrah in Ramadan.
Becoming the guest of Allah Almighty.
When you travel to Makkah for the minor pilgrimage, you become the guest of Allah Almighty and surely, he is the best host. So, when you are in Haram, performing the holy rituals in the sacred time of Ramadan, Allah Almighty rewards with infinite bounties. The rewards which are beneficial for you in here and will remain beneficial for you in the afterworld. Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) said that;
(description) There are three guests of Allah Almighty;
1. The Ghazi; the warrior who fights in Jihad for sake of Allah Almighty.
2. The Hajji; the pilgrim who performs Hajj.
3. The Mu’tamir; the pilgrim who performs Umrah.
Jihad Equivalence for Some.
Jihad is among the many religious duties of a Muslim but only when there is a dire need for it, under the teachings of Islam. However, if the need arises for Jihad then it is only permissible for young, and healthy men to participate in it. Women, Elderly People, children, ill and weak people can not do Jihad. Since Islam is all about equality and similar rights for everyone, Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) said that;
(description) Jihad of the elderly people, the young, the weak ones and the women is the performance of Hajj and Umrah.
The Reward of Hajj.
Hajj is obligatory for every Muslim provided that he/she remains physically healthy, mentally fit and financially capable of it. While Umrah is a Sunnah of Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW). Both have distinctive importance, significance, and reward but one thing that unites them is the month of Ramadan. For a person who performs Umrah in the month of Ramadan, it’s the same as performing Hajj. Hazrat
Muhammad (SAWW) narrated about it that;
(description) Perform Umrah in the month of Ramadan because it is equivalent to Hajj.
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