As per the official announcement made by the Moon Sighting Saudi Arabian Judiciary – and the Hajj authorities’ announcement is adopted in many places – the blessed month of Dhul Hijjah starts on 15 Sept. Accordingly, the Day of Hajj (that is, Arafah Day) will fall on 23rd September and the first day of Eid al Adhaa will be celebrated on Thursday, the 24th Sept. 2015. MABROOK and Baarakallaahu Feekum.
Let’s proclaim the Takbeer….
“There are no days on which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days”.
So said Prophet Muhammad sal-lal-laahu-alaihi-wa-sallam about the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah.
The three days that follow the first ten days are called as Ayyam at-Tashreeq which are specially blessed as well.
These 13 days are the most blessed days in the life of a Muslim.
Keeping this in mind, an evaluation sheet is presented as part of the tarbiyah programme for my school students and teachers.
As introspection is an essential part of a Muslim’s life, anyone wanting to have a check on his or her daily activities can draw benefit from this programme, InshaaAllah.
Download the file as PDF. Simply take a printout and see what good you can do for yourself, InshaaAllah.
Please go to this link to find amazing resources on Dhul Hijjah, Arafah, Eid al Adhaa etc. InshaaAllah…
Note: Tragedy occurred Friday, 11th Sept. at Makkah’s Grand Mosque and as itsNews continue to pour in, let us not forget to make du’aa for those brothers and sisters who were killed and also for those who are injured and are currently undergoing medical treatment. May Allah shower His mercy and forgive us all. Aameen Yaa Rabbal ‘Aalameen, Yaa Arhamar Rahimeen.