Jinayat Pertaining To Rami


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

Rule Of Action
If Rami for one day in full is abandoned or most of the pebbles are abandoned, a Dam will be Wajib. For instance, a person abandoned eleven pebbles in the Rami of the first day and performed it with only ten pebbles, a Dam would be obligatory. If he abandoned the Rami of more than one day or full four days, in that case as well only one Dam would stand obligatory (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
The Rami of the 13th Zilhijja stands obligatory only when the dawn of the 13th appears in Mina. In this case as well, if a person abandoned the Rami of the 13th Zilhijja, a Dam would be obligatory (Zubda).

November 13, 2009

Misarranged Performance of the Practices of 10th ZilHijja


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

Rule Of Action
Suppose a Mufrid or a Qarin or a Mutamatte got his head shaven before Rami or suppose a Qarin, or a Mutamatte got his head shaven before offering sacrifice, or suppose a Qarin or a Mutamatte offered sacrifice before Rami ; in all such cases a Dam would be obligatory, because a proper arrangement was obligatory to perform these practices. For a Mufrid however, this arrangement of performance is obligatory only in Rami and Halq (having his head shaven) as he is not obliged to offer a sacrifice. On the other hand, for a Qarin this arrangement is obligatory to perform Rami, sacrifice and Halq. He should first perform Rami, then offer sacrifice and then should have his head shaven. In case of priority or delay a Dam would be obligatory.

November 12, 2009

Halq or Qasar Wajib of the 10th ZilHijja


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

After offering sacrifice it is Wajib to have your head shaven or your hair cut equal in length to a joint of a finger (about one inch). But it is not necessary to be done today. It may be done at any time upto the 12th of Zilhijja but you will remain under the restrictions of Ihram whatever length of time you may pass until you have your head shaven or your hair cut. In case you have your head shaven or your hair cut on the 10th of Zilhijja you will be relieved from Ihram formalities. Now, wearing sewn clothes, using perfumes, pruning nails and having your hair cut, all these things become lawful for you, but your enjoying a sexual intercourse with your wife will not be lawful until you are relieved from the obligation of Tawaf-e-Ziyarat i.e. Tawaf-e-
Fardh.

November 7, 2009

Sacrifice the 3rd Wajib of the 10th ZilHijja


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

It is Wajib for a Qarin and a Mutamatte’ that after being free from Rami they do not have their heads shaven or their hair cut until they discharge their Wajib of offering sacrifice ; otherwise they will fall under the obligation of Dam. Offering sacrifice is not Wajib, of course, for a Mufrid who has worn Ihram for Hajj only. For him, it is Mustahab only. It is lawful for him not to offer any sacrifice and to have his head shaven.

November 7, 2009

The First Day – The 8th ZilHijja


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

Today, after sunrise, all the pilgrims are to go to Mina in the state of Ihram. Mufrid whose Ihram is for Hajj only and Qarin whose Ihram is for Hajj and Umra collectively, both are already with Ihram. The Mutamatte who had taken off his Ihram after Umra as well as the inhabitants of Haram will today wear Ihram at first. They should take a bath in accordance with Sunnat and should come in Masjid-e-Haram after wearing Ihram. It is Mustahab for them to perform a Tawaf. After saying two Rak’ats of Tawaf they should say two more Rak’ats for Ihram. Then they should make up their mind for Hajj in this way :

November 5, 2009

Idhtiba And Ramal During Tawaf


Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts

The practices of Tawaf so far mentioned are equally necessary for the observers of every kind of Tawaf, whether it may be a Tawaf of Umra or a Tawaf of Hajj and similarly its observer may be a Mufrid or a Qarin or a Mutamatte. It may be a Wajib Tawaf or ‘Sunnat’ or ‘Nafl’. But the Tawaf wherein you have to observe Sa’i between Safa and Marwah requires you to perform two more practices :-

November 5, 2009