Saying Talbiyah is one of the vital rituals in religious worship of Hajj. The journey of Hajj and Umrah is full of blessings and everyone wishes to perform it perfectly and Sunnah way. Every year millions of Muslims move to Makkah to accomplish their divine journey with Islamic Travel Provides Low Cost 5 Star Hajj Umrah Offer with Group with Hotel and Flight.
What is Talbiyah?
The Talbiyah is an Arabic word which is a devotional prayer during Hajj or Umrah uttered by pilgrims after entering into the state of Ihram. It is narrated continuously all over the pilgrimage.
Translation of Talbiyah
“Here I am, O Allah, here I am. Here I am, You have no companion, here I am. Verily all admiration and consecrations are Yours, and all dominion, You have no companion.” (Sahih Muslim)
When to Recite Talbiyah
The holy words of Talbiyah should be narrated as much as possible all over Hajj and Umrah journey through Cheap Ramadan Umrah Packages from uk. The male pilgrims should narrate the Talbiyah noticeably, while female pilgrims should narrate it tenderly. It is Sunnah to narrate Talbiyah in the following occurrences:
• When being accommodated or debarking a vehicle
• When coming across a group of pilgrims
• In early parts of beginning or sunrises
• When uphill or downhill
• After every Salah
Talbiyah and Hadiths of Holy Prophet (PBUH)
Allah’s Last Messenger Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said that,
"Hazrat Jibril (A.S) (Gabriel) came to me and directed me to command my Friends to raise their vocal sound in Talbiyah." (Abu Daawood)
In another Hadith, our Beloved Holy Prophet (PBUH) said and narrated by Hazrat Sahl bin Sa’d (R.A)
“There is no Muslim who recites the Talbiyah apart from that - on his right and left, unless the end of the land, from here to there - the mountains, or trees, or sludge recite the Talbiyah.” (Sunan al Tirmidhi)
So, follow the Sunnah ways to recite the Talbiyah when you will go for your blessed journey. Think of, if you perform your worship perfectly then Allah will also give a great reward in the worldly life as well as eternal life. Indeed, Allah is Most Merciful and Beneficial.