Pilgrimage In Islam
Tughra Books, Nov 1, 2007 - Religion - 120 pages
An extensive manual describing the Hajj?a journey that enlightens the significance of human existence and submission?this guidebook offers advice for those undertaking the holy voyage and gives the meanings behind its rituals. With special attention to the people who make the journey?approximately three million Muslims a year?this reference illuminates the importance of one of the fundamental forms of Islamic worship as a social and cosmic transformation.
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