Hajj 2022|Hajj latest updates 2022|Application form

Hajj 2022|Hajj latest updates 2022|Application form

As we know hajj is among one of the main pillars of Islam every years millions of Muslims around the world gathered in Makkah to perform hajj .Majority of Muslims from Pakistan,India,Indonesia,Turkey and many other Muslim countries visit Saudi Arabia to perform this Hajj.Also in Hajj 2022 Muslims from around the world visiting Saudi Arabia Every Government has given the procedure for their people regarding registration and Documentation of this Hajj 2022

hajj 2022

GOVT HAJJ SCHEME 2022

  • Successful applicants are required to deposit following additional dues for Govt. Hajj 2022
  • Deadline for payment and completion of formalities: Friday May 27, 2022.

Eligibility

  • If a person has performed hajj before 2015 (Govt. Scheme OR Pvt. Scheme), then he/she is eligible to apply for Govt Hajj 2022 and age upto 65 years (As on 05th August 2022).
  • Females cannot apply for Govt. hajj without Sharee Mehram, only Fiqh Jafria females above the age of 45 years are exempted.

Documents Required for hajj Registration

  • Three Photographs
    • 4×3 cm(Centimeter) with light blue background should be obtained without glasses. (Polaroid and scanned photos are not allowed)
    • In case of women, photo wearing Scarf is mandatory i.e. head, neck and ears covered properly.
  • Original International Machine Readable Passport (IMRP) to be submitted at branch along with token amount / hajj dues
    • Validity period of passport must not be less than 05th January 2023
  • Valid CNIC Copy
  • PCR Test Required 72 Hours before Travelling to KSA
  • Next of Kin CNIC copy & contact number
  • Vaccine Certificate (According to Below Table)
  • Medical Certificate attested by Govt. Doctor

For further details please contact Humaravisa.com

The Hajj is an annual religious pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, undertaken by millions of Muslims around the world each year. It occurs in the 12th month of the Islamic lunar calendar, called Dhul Hijjah, between the eighth and the 13th day of the month.

Hajj this year takes place from approximately July 7 to 12. Participating in the pilgrimage at least once in a lifetime is a major duty for all physically fit Muslims with the means, and 2 to 3 million people participate in the six. – a daily ritual every year.

This year, 1 million pilgrims are flocking to the holy city, 85 percent of them traveling from abroad for the first time after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying restrictions that prevented them from performing the ritual.

To ensure a smooth and safe journey for pilgrims, the Saudi government has announced a number of entry conditions.

Muslim worshipers around the Kaaba at the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia’s holy city of Mecca on July 5, 2022. – One million people, including 850,000 from abroad, can participate in this year’s Hajj – a key pillar of Islam that all can – able-bodied Muslims with the means are required , to perform at least once – after two years of drastically reduced numbers due to the coronavirus pandemic.

After restricting the annual Islamic Hajj ritual to a few thousand Muslims living inside the country for the past two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Saudi Arabia has finally eased travel restrictions to increase numbers, allowing 1 million pilgrims from inside and outside. kingdom to make the Muslim pilgrimage to the Kaaba, the “House of God,” in the holy city of Mecca. The Hajj to Mecca is one of the five pillars of Islam, which is obligatory only for those who are healthy and can afford it financially and physically.

This fifth and final pillar of Islam can be performed by Muslims at least once in their lifetime, when they discard overt displays of wealth and materialism, dress in simple white clothes, and perform rituals. Arafah Day is the holiest day in the Islamic calendar and falls on the second day of the Hajj pilgrimage.

While Eid-ul-Adha or Bakra Eid is the second most important holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide, the tenth day of the Islamic month of Zul Hijjah is the Day of Arafah, i.e. the ninth day of Dhu al-Hijjah, considered the most important day because it is a day of repentance . Here’s everything you need to know about the date, history and significance of Hajj or the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia and the importance of the Day of Arafah before Eid-ul-Adha or Bakra Eid.

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