(The Book of Hajj Prilgrimage )

  1. What is permitted for the Muhrim (wearer of Ihram) in Hajj and Umra, what is not permissible and forbiddance of the use of perfume
  2. The place where the pilgrims enter upon the state of Ihram
  3. Talbiya, its characteristics and its time
  4. The people of Medina are commanded to enter upon the state of ihram at a mosque in Dhu'l Hulaifa
  5. Entering upon the state of Ihram as the ride proceeds towards (Mecca)
  6. Applying of perfume to the body before entering upon the state of Ihram
  7. Hunting is forbidden for one who is in the state of Ihram
  8. Which animal the Muhrim and the non-Muhrim are permitted to kill in the state of Ihram at the conclusion of it (within the precincts of the Ka'ba)
  9. It is permissible to shave the head in the state of Ihram if there is atrouble, andexpiation becomes obligatory for shaving
  10. Permissibility of cupping for a Muhrim
  11. The Mubrim is permitted to get the treatment for his eyes
  12. Permissibility of washing the body and head for the Muhrim
  13. What is to be done with a Muhrim when he dies
  14. Permissibility of entering into the state Ihram conditionally due to illness
  15. Donning of Ihram for women who are in the state of menses and parturition and excellence of bath while entering into the state of Ihram
  16. Types of Ihram- It is permissible to enter into the state of Ihram singularly for the sake of Hajj or for tamattu' bi'l-'umra ila'l-Hajj or for both hajj and 'umra together
  17. Performing Hajj and Umra separately
  18. Staying and the significance of the verse: "Then hasten op from where the people hasten on" (ii 199)
  19. Permissibility of saying one has entered into Ihram like the Ihram of the other one or Abrogation of putting off Ihram and completing (Hajj and Umra)
  20. Permissibility of the Tamattu' (form of pilgrimage)
  21. Sacrificing of animal Is obligatory for Tamattul, but he who does not do it is required to observe fast for three days during the Hajj and for seven days when he returns to the family
  22. The Qarin should not put off the Ihram but at the time when a Mufrid pilgrim takes it off
  23. Permissibility of puttingoff Ihram (in the midst of Hajj ceremonies) in case of obstruction and permissibility of Qiran
  24. Ifrad and Qiran (combining Hajj and Umra in one Ihram) in the performance of pilgrimage
  25. What is essential for him who enters into the state of Ihram for Hajj and then comes to Mecca for circumambulation and running
  26. One who undertakes to perform Umra is not allowed to put off Ihram before Sai' and the pilgrim and the (Qiran) is not allowed to put off ihram at Tawaf Qud'um (circumambulation of arrival)
  27. Concerning Tamattul in Hajj
  28. Permissibility of Umra during the mouth of Hajj
  29. Garlanding the sacrificial animals, and marking them
  30. Saying of people to Ibn 'Abbas: What to this religious verdict of yours that has engaged the attention of the people?
  31. Clipping of hair in 'Umra
  32. Talbiya of the Apostle (may peace be upon him) and his sacrifice
  33. Concerning the Umras performed by Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) and their respective times
  34. Excellence of performing Umra in the month of Ramadhan
  35. Excellence of entry into Mecca from the upper side and exit from it from the lower side, and entering the town from the side other than that from which one gets out
  36. Excellence of spending the night at Dhi-Tuwa for entering Mecca (tor Hajj) and getting into it after a bath and entering during the day
  37. Excellence of walking at a quick pace in Tawaf and Umra and on the occasion of first Tawaf in Hajj
  38. Excellence of touching the two corners (Rukunain al- Yamaniyain) in Tawaf
  39. Excellence of kissing the black stone ;while circumambulating
  40. It is permissible to observe Tawaf on the back of a camel or any other riding beast, and to touch the black stone with a stick
  41. Sa'i between al-Safi' and at-Marwi is essential rite of Hajj and Hajj is not complete without it
  42. Sa'i should not be repeated
  43. The pilgrim should continue to pronounce Talbiya until the stoning of Jamrat al-'Aqaba on the day of sacrifice (10th of Dhu'l-Hajja)
  44. Pronouncing of Talbiya and takbir while going from Mina to 'Arafat on the day of 'Arafa
  45. Returning from 'Arafat to Muzdalifa and excellence of observing sunset and 'Isha' prayers together at Muzdalifa
  46. Excellence of observing the dawn prayer at the earliest part of the dawn on the 10th of Dhu'l-Hijja at Muzdalifa
  47. It is excellent that the aged and the weak, especially among the women, shopld hasten from Muzdalifa to Mina at the latter part of the night before the people moving in multitude. and excellence of staying there for others until they observe the dawn prayer at Muzdalifa
  48. Stoning at Jamrat al-'Aqaba from the heart of the valley in the state that Mecca is on the left side and pronouncing of takbir while throwing every pebble
  49. Excellence of flinging pebbles at Jamrat al-Aqaba on the day of sacrifice (10th of Dhu'l-Hijja) while riding
  50. The pebbles to be used for throwing should be small
  51. What is the excellent time for throwing pebbles (at the Jamras)
  52. What should be the number of the pebble's?
  53. It is preferable to get one's hair cut (as a ritual of pilgrimage) but clipping is also permissible
  54. It is a sunnah that on the day of Nahar one should throw pebbles, then slaughter animal, then get one's head shaved, and one should start shaving one's head from the right side
  55. Regarding one who shaves before offering the sacrifice or offers sacrifice before throwing (the stones at Jamra)
  56. Excellence of observing circumambulation of Ifada on the day of Nahr
  57. Excellence of making a halt at al Muha'ab, on the day of Nahr, and observing prayer there
  58. It is essential to stay (for two or three nights) at Mina during the days of Tashriq (11th, 12th and 13th) and exemption from this command for the suppliers of water
  59. One should offer as sadaqa the meat and hide of the sacrificial animal
  60. It is permissible to join seven persons in a cow or a camel
  61. The camel is to be sacrificed in a standing posture and fettered
  62. It is meritorious for one who does intend to go himself to send the sacrificial animal to al-Haram
  63. It is permissible to ride the sacrificial animal (camel) for one who is in need of it
  64. What should be done with the sacrificial animal, when it is completely exhausted and becomes powerless to move
  65. It is obligatory to perform farewell circumambulation, while a menstruating woman i., exempted from it
  66. The merit of entering the ka'ba for a pilgrim and observing of prayer in it
  67. The demolishing of the ka'ba and its reconstruction
  68. The wall of the Ka'ba and its door
  69. One may perform Hajj on behalf of the maimed, the old and the deceased
  70. The validity of the Hajj performed by a boy and reward for one who enables him to perform it (by accompanying him and bearing expenses for him)
  71. Performance of Hajj is obligatory only once in life
  72. Travelling of a woman with her Mahram for Hajj, etc.
  73. What is to be uttered when one sets out for Hajj or any other journey
  74. What is to be recited on return from the journey of Hajj or any other journey
  75. Staying at Dhu'l-Halaifa and observing of prayer there, while returning from Hajj or Umra
  76. No polytheist is authorised to perform pilgrimage of the Ka'ba and circumambulate the House naked and the description of the great Hajj
  77. The merit of Hajj and Umra and the day of 'Arafa (the 9th of Dhu'l-Hijja)
  78. Encamping of pilgrims in Mecca and Inheriting of (the property of their ancestors)
  79. The Muhajir is permitted to stay for three days in Mecca after Hajj and Umra and not more than this
  80. The sacred territory of Mecca and its inviolability and the prohibition to do hunting in it and its suberbs and felling down of its trees and cutting its grass ...
  81. It is permissible to enter Mecca without Ihram
  82. Eminence of Medina, Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) showered blessings upon it. Its sacredness and unlawfulness of hunting and lopping of trees and demarcation its precincts
  83. The security of Medina against plague and Dajjal
  84. Medina wipes out evil from it and its other names are Tabba and Taiba
  85. Allah will punish those who intend to do any harm to the citizens of Medina
  86. Exhortation to stay in Medina when the towns will be conquered
  87. When people will abandon Medina
  88. Between the grave (of the Holy Prophet) and the pulpit there is a garden from the gardens of paradise
  89. Uhud is a mountain: it loves us and we love it
  90. The merit of praying in the two mosques, at Mecca and Medina
  91. Do not undertake journey (purely for visit to the sacred places) but to three mosques
  92. The mosque founded on piety in the mosque of the Apostle (may peace be upon him) at Medina
  93. Eminence of the mosque of Quba; and excellence of prayer in it