The 2nd Kind Of Jinayat Pertaining To Wajibat Of Hajj

The 2nd Kind Of Jinayat Pertaining To Wajibat Of Hajj

Proceeding Beyond Miqat Without Ihram
Rule Of Action
Suppose an adult and sensible inhabitant of outside Miqat intends to enter Mecca. It matters naugt whether his intention to enter Mecca is for the purpose of Hajj or Umra or for some other purpose. If he moves forward beyond Miqat towards Mecca without wearing Ihram he will stand sinful and it will be Wajib for him to go back to Miqat. If he did not return to Miqat and wore Ihram at a place beyond it, a Dam would be obligatory as Wajib on him and if he wore Ihram on returning to Miqat, theDam would be eliminated.

Note : Sea travellers of Hajj from Pakistan have an allowance of delaying Ihram-wearing till reaching Jedda, yet to wear Ihram earlier is preferable. On proceeding beyond Jedda, a Dam will be obligatory. The air-travellers should however wear Ihram while getting into the aircraft carrier. If they reached Jedda without Ihram a Dam would be obligatory, because in the way they fly across the Miqat.

To Perform Tawaf Without Ablution Or With Pollution, Menses Or Birth-Blood
Discharge And To Reduce The Circuits Of Tawaf

If at the time of performing Tawaf-e-Fardh or Tawaf-e-Nafl your body or clothes were "Najis" (polluted), nothing would be obligatory but it would stand Makroh. (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
If a person performed full or a major part of Tawaf-e-Ziyarat without ablution he would give a Dam ; and if he performed Tawaf-e-Qudom or Tawaf-e-Wida or Tawaf-e-Nafl or less than a half of Tawaf-e-Ziyarat without ablution, he would have to give a Sadaqa equivalant to Sadqat-ul-Fitr for every circuit of the performed Tawaf. If in all such cases he revised the Tawaf after making an ablution the expiation and Dam would be eliminated (Alamgiri).

Rule Of Action
If a person performed a full or a major part of Tawaf-e-Ziyarat with pollution, menses and birth-blood discharge, a Badana i.e., a full cow or a full camel would be obligatory as Wajib. If the Tawaf performed with such a state of impurity was Tawaf-e-
Qudom or Tawaf-e-Wida or Tawaf-e-Nafl, (the sacrifice of) a goat would be Wajib. In all such cases a revision of the Tawaf after the purification would eliminate the expiation (Ghunya).

Rule Of Action
The Tawaf which pollution, menses and birth-blood discharge is Wajib to be revised, while the revision of the Tawaf performed without ablution is only Mustahab but in case of non revision it attracts the above mentioned penalty.

Rule Of Action
A Sai' already performed after first Tawaf is not required to be revised, as the first Tawaf has already stood admitted and is being revised only on account of its being defective. This 2nd Tawaf is only to make good that loss (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
If a person performed Tawaf-e-Ziyarat without ablution in the days of Nahr (Sacrifice), then he performed Tawaf-e-Wida in these very days of Nahr with ablution, this would stand for Tawaf-e-Ziyarat. But, on the other hand, it would not stand for Tawaf-e-Ziyarat if performed after the days of Nahr and a Dam would be Wajib (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
If a person performed Tawaf-e-Umra with pollution, menses or birth-blood discharge or without ablution a Dam would stand obligatory irrespective of the Tawaf being complete or comprising a major part thereof or a minor part thereof confined to only one circuit (Zubda). In case of revision of the Tawaf, the Dam would be eliminated (Ghunya).

Rule Of Action
Abandoning of any Wajib of Umra does not attract the obligation of any Badana of Sadaqa ; only a Dam (i.e.a goat or seventh part of a cow or camel) becomes obligatory. But in the Ihram of Umra a violationof the restrictions of Ihram attracts the obligation of a Dam or a Sadaqa as in attracted in the Ihram of Hajj (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
While performing Tawaf-e-Qudom or Tawaf-e-Wida, if a person missed one, two or three circuits thereof, he would fall under the obligation of one Sadaqa for each of the circuits. In case of his missing four or more circuits, a Dam would be obligatory. On the other hand, if a person missed Tawaf-e-Qudom totally, nothing would be obligatory but it is considered as Makroh and unpleasant (Zubda).

Rule Of Action
If a person abandoned Tawaf-e-Qudom after giving it a start, a Dam would be obligatory in case of abandoning most number of its circuits ; and in case of abandoning least number of its circuits he would be obliged to pay one Sadaqa for each abandoned circuit as in Tawaf-e-Sadr. The rule of action in this respect for a Nafl Tawaf would be on the lines of Tawaf-e-Qudom (Ghunya, Shami).