Performing Umrah on Your Own
Here’s a step-by-step approach to performing an Umrah on your own. Do-it-Yourself Umrah is growing increasingly popular, and there are several methods to prepare and save money while doing so on your own.
Medina was the Prophet Muhammad’s destination following his Hijrah from Makkah and became the center of a quickly expanding Muslim kingdom, making it the second holiest city in Islam after Makkah.
Medina is now regarded as a contemporary, multi-ethnic metropolis that draws religious pilgrims as well as artists and intellectuals from all over the world.
An opportunity to visit Makkah is the ultimate blessing for many Muslims across the world. This is Islam’s holiest city, as it is where the Prophet Muhammad was born and where the Quran was originally given to him. It’s also a regular part of devout Muslims’ daily routines, as they face Makkah to pray five times a day. One of the five pillars of Islam is the yearly Hajj pilgrimage to the city, although millions of people visit the city all year to conduct the shorter Umrah pilgrimage.