Benefits of Umrah in Ramadan

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Published: 08th May 2020
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Ramadan is a month which multiplies the reward of a single action to seventy times. If a Muslim offers one obligation (fard) then he/she will be rewarded seventy times of the actual deed. So, one can imagine the reward of performing one Sunnah or Nafl act performed during the holy month of Ramadan. Likewise, performing Umrah during Ramadan not only brings spiritual and mental relief but also brings great rewards in terms of blessings and acceptance by Allah. The significance of performing Umrah in Ramadan is a crux of Hadith of Prophet (S.A.W.W.):
Ibn `Abbâs narrates that once Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) inquired a woman from Madinah: “What prevented you from embarking on the Hajj pilgrimage with us?” She replied: “We had two camels out of which my husband and child took one and left the other for the rest of us to ride on.” Muhammad (S.A.W.W) then told her: “When the month of Ramadan arrives, go for ‘Umrah, because `Umrah in Ramadan is like accompanying me on Hajj.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1764)]”
Blessings during Ramadan
Although performing Umrah in Ramadan is not an obligation, but since it accompanies countless blessings, no one would want to miss this spiritual opportunity. Apart from these countless blessings, a person’s emphasis remains on worship and the spirit of remembering and asking forgiveness is truly revealed throughout the journey. It gives an amazing sight to see millions and millions of Muslims from different regions of the world, the beloved guests of Allah sitting together breaking their fasts. The first thing that would come to a mind is benevolence. How amazing that experience would be to break one’s fast with people from different regions of the world, whom you have not met before and sharing aftaar together. It represents the core essence of Muslim brotherhood and highlights the harmony amongst Muslim Ummah (nation).
An unforgettable experience
Moreover, the sweet taste of performing Umrah in Ramadan is further aggravated during daily prayers. Particularly during Taraweeh, when the beautiful Masjid-e-Haram would be as bright and sparkling as during day time with masses equivalent to those present during Hajj. Likewise, the experience becomes further spiritual once you get to know that everyone is striving for the same journey ‘to seek forgiveness and blessings of Allah’. With everyday passing, the journey becomes more and more spiritual and worth-remembering. For many it is the Ramadan of a lifetime
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Along with these spiritual rewards, there are some problems which are part and parcel of almost every journey. People are often confronted with travelling issues such as passport, visa processes, flights bookings, hotel accommodations and many others. Likewise, many people lack financial means to embark on this Holy journey and therefore they lag behind in fulfilling their dream of visiting the Holy Kaaba and Madinah. For this reason, we care for you and we provide cheap umrah packages to assure our Muslim brothers and sisters to perform their prestigious journey. Now, dream of every Muslim can become true.

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