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Procedures and Manners of Grave Pilgrimage [LENGKAP]

In general, pilgrimage is performed by most religious people . In Islam, grave pilgrimage is one of the means for Muslims to always remember death and always maintain and increase their faith. In this article, it will be discussed about procedures, prayers and graves of pilgrimage .

Pilgrimage is a sunnah worship in Islam and very noble in the sight of Allah. With a pilgrimage, it means we respect and always remember those who have died, especially the closest person to us.

The Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam, once said: "Be pilgrimage, it will remind you of the hereafter." (HR Muslim). For a more complete explanation of the pilgrimage visit, let's look at the explanation below.

Grave Pilgrimage Procedures

Before pilgrimage, you need to know how to do it. The following is the procedure of pilgrimage to the tomb.

1. Waving

 The Procedures of the Pilgrimage

Before pilgrimage, pilgrims were disunnahkan to pray first.

2. Say hello to grave masters

Furthermore, pilgrims are disunnahkan to say greetings as well as prayers when entering the burial area.

 prayer over the grave

"ASSALAMU 'ALAIKUM AHLAD-DIYAAR MINAL MU'MINIINA WAL MUSLIMIIN. YARHAMULLOOHUL MUSTAQDIMIINA MINNAA WAL MUSTA'KHIRIIN. WA INNA INSYAA ALLOOHU BIKUM LA-LAAHIQUUN. WA AS ALULLOOHA WAS ALWAYS "AAFIYAH."

Meaning: "May peace be poured upon you, O peoples of the grave, from the believers and the Muslims. And we, if Allah wills, will follow you (the grave). I ask Allah to deliver us and you (from the punishment). "(HR Muslim)

3. Praying for the deceased and the remembrance of the Qibla

 praying

The further dissolved prayer is to pray for the deceased / the late father to face the Qiblah. In addition, pilgrims are also disunnahkan to read tasbih, takbir, tahmid and dhikr. The prayers sent to the deceased are expected to be a savior for him from the grave.

The pilgrims prayed in the hope that the deceased / deceased family would be forgiven and given peace and happiness in the grave. It is advisable for us to pray for it with good things.

In short, after pilgrims read the tasbih, takbir, tahmid, dhikr and prayer devoted to the deceased / the late father. Then, continued by praying for it ended by reading al-Fatihah as a cover.

4. Reading short papers

Later, pilgrims were also briefed on reading short papers. This is as narrated by al-Marwazi from Ahmad bin Hanbal, he said: "When you enter the grave garden, read al-Fatihah, al-Ikhlas and al-Muawwidzatain (al-Falaq and an- Naas). Make it a reward for the grave's dead, for it is a reward to them. "

5. Not sitting or stepping on the top of the graveyard

Pilgrims are forbidden to sit or step on the top of the grave. The Messenger of Allah said: "Do not pray (prayer) to the grave, and do not you sit on it." (Muslim.)

6. Not doing excessive things

Pilgrims are forbidden to do excessive things such as making tombs like mosques. In addition, pilgrims are also forbidden to beg for help or assistance to the grave as this is the act of shirk. Praying in the grave is also prohibited because it deviates from the meaning of worship ie worshiping only Allah SWT.

Then, during the pilgrimage, it is forbidden to kiss the tombstone and cry mourning the grave (hysterical). Be justified and in accordance with what is prescribed by Islam.

7. Do not read the Koran in graveyard

Pilgrims are not advised to read al-quran in the grave for not according to Islamic law. Pilgrims are only encouraged to pray for the deceased / deceased and take the wisdom of the pilgrimage. This is explained in a hadith that is:

"Do not make your home as a grave.

As for prayers and prayers read to the grave are:

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"ASSALAMU 'ALAIKUM AHLAD-DIYAAR MINAL MU'MINIINA WAL MUSLIMIIN. YARHAMULLOOHUL MUSTAQDIMIINA MINNAA WAL MUSTA'KHIRIIN. WA INNA INSYAA ALLOOHU BIKUM LA-LAAHIQUUN. WA AS ALULLOOHA WAS ALWAYS "AAFIYAH."

Meaning: "May peace be poured upon you, O peoples of the grave, from the believers and the Muslims. And we, if Allah wills, will follow you (the grave). I pray to God to give us salvation and all of you (from the punishment). "(HR Muslim)

In addition to these prayers, the next prayer which is often read during the pilgrimage is prayer of the prayer of : [19659002]  Prayer of Pilgrimage by reading the prayer of the dead

Allahummaghfirlahu war hamhu wa 'aafihii wa'fu anhu, wa akrim nuzuulahu wawassi' madholahu, waghsilhu bil maa'i watssalji walbaradi, wa naqqihi, minaddzzunubi wal khathaya kamaa yunaqqatssaubul abyadhu minad danasi. Wabdilhu daaranhi daarihi wa zaujan khairan min zaujihi. Wa adkhilhul jannata wa aidzhu min adzabil qabri wa min adzabinnaari wafsah lahu fi qabrihi wa nawwir lahu fihi.

"Ya Allah, ampuni dan rahmatilah dia. Save it and forgive him. Give honor to him, expand his entrance. Take him with water, ice, and dew. Cleanse him from mistakes as You clean white clothes from dirt. Replace for him a better home from his home, a wife better than his wife. Enter him into the Garden, protect from the torment of the grave and the punishment of the Fire. Lay out for him in his grave and light him in it. "(Narrated by Muslim)

Adab Pilgrimage

Furthermore, besides knowing the pilgrimage procedure and prayer, you also need to know the manners that need to be guarded during the pilgrimage. Here below is the grave pilgrimage you need to know.

1. Understanding the ultimate goal in pilgrimage

The main purpose of pilgrimage is that we always remember the exact deaths of every one. We must realize that the hereafter is eternal life while the world is just temporary. Whatever we do in the world will be held accountable in the hereafter.

The pilgrimage of graves must be done with a straightforward intention, not to be a place for polytheism. The grave pilgrimage done is expected to be a lesson for us.

2. Saying to the grave experts

The Prophet taught us to say hello when entering the burial area. This is explained in a hadith: "From Buraidah radhiyallahu'anhu, Allah's Messenger (sallallaahu 'alaihi wasallam) taught them (the Companions) if they went out to the cemetery to say" "May the safety be poured upon you O inhabitants of the grave, believers and Muslims. And we, if Allah wills, will follow you (the grave). I ask Allah to deliver us and all of you (from punishment). "

3. Not occupying and stepping on graves

We are forbidden to sit on the grave and also step on it. This is explained in a hadith that is: "Do not pray to the grave, and do not you sit on it." (HR Muslim).

4. Not saying rude things or falsehoods

Pilgrims are forbidden to say abusive or bad things. Pilgrims continue to always speak good and polite so as not to interfere with other pilgrims and as a form of homage to all grave experts in the burial area.

5. Can not cry weeping / deceased

 crying

We can weep when the original pilgrimage is still in the natural limit rather than hysterical and excessive so can not control ourselves. Cry out just fine so as not to interfere with other pilgrims.

Well, may the discussion of procedures, pilgrimages, and manners during grave pilgrimage as described above beneficial. Thank you!

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