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With the month of Ramadan approaching soon, I’timaar is proud to offer Umrah packages for Ramadan 2019 to all Muslim brothers and sisters in the United Kingdom. Owing to the importance of performing Umrah in the holy month of Ramadan and finding the correct balance between inflated prices due to the peak season, I’timaar has by now, designed suitable Ramadan Umrah packages 2019 from London for individuals, families, and groups.
Ramadan 2019 will begin on Monday, 6th of May, subject to the appearance of the new moon, and will end on Tuesday, 4th of June 2019. Our aim is to see your dreams accomplish by offering the best value for your money. Our expert Umrah team ensures that their support accompanies you during the sacred journey of Umrah so that your plans are not disrupted.
Our Umrah travel agents are determined to smoothen the progress of your holy trip by making every move peaceful right from the start. I’timaar is confidently dedicated to providing relief and calmness in your trip so that you can be assisted further in getting everything arranged. Adding to the services, our cheap Ramadan Umrah packages 2019 can be personalized according to your needs and requirements. Umrah has a very high virtue, especially when done in the month of Ramadan. Whether you wish for budget, economy or luxury packages for Ramadan Umrah, just let us know your preferences, and leave the rest to us.
Umrah is known as a lesser pilgrimage than Hajj, but due to its religious importance and significance, several Muslims from all around the world visit the House of Allah to perform it. Ramadan being the holiest month in the Islamic calendar offers a greater blessing to Umrah when performed during this holy month.
Performance of any good deed during the month of Ramadan, its reward is multiplied by seventy times. There are abundant blessings and benefits of performing Umrah in Ramadan.
Ibn ‘Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated, “When the Prophet (PBUH) returned after performing Hajj, he asked Umm Sinaan Al-Ansaariyyah,“ Why did you not perform Hajj?” She replied, ‘The father of so-and-so [i.e., her husband] had two camels and he went on pilgrimage on one of them, and the second is used for the irrigation of our land.’ The Prophet (PBUH) said [to her]:‘An ‘Umrah in Ramadan is similar to Hajj with me [in terms of reward].’” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]
Another narration goes this way - Prophet SAW said (to her): “If Ramadan arrives, perform Umrah as [the reward for] it is equivalent to Hajj”.
Here are some of the benefits of performing Umrah in the month of Ramadan in the light of authentic Hadiths:
• Concerning the worth of the Ramadan, Umrah in Ramadan equals with Hajj with abundant blessings.
• Ramadan is a month, which increases the reward of a single act to seventy times. If a Muslim fulfils one requirement, then he/she will be rewarded seventy times of the actual deed.
• A person’s focus remains in worship and forgiveness. Such an act is revealed during the journey.
On the authority of ‘Abdullaah ibn Mas‘ood, may Allah be pleased with him, that the Messenger of Allah,(PBUH) said: "Perform Hajj and ‘Umrah repeatedly, for they remove poverty and sins in the same way as bellows removes the impurities of iron, gold, and silver.” [Ahmad and others]
With the arrival of travellers wishing to perform Umrah, the population of Makkah and Madinah increases immensely, and a sense of joy and unity is felt all over. There is a festive feeling during Ramadan and the residents of the holy cities take great pride in their hospitality towards the pilgrims. They volunteer in helping and hosting pilgrims, deliver food at Mosques for fasting people, offer good wishes and overall make pilgrims feel very welcomed.
To experience such joy and unity and more importantly to seek the blessings of performing Umrah in the holy month of Ramadan, plan and customize your tour and select from a range of individual, group and family Umrah packages. Travelling to Makkah and Madinah for Umrah in the month of Ramadan is truly an enriching experience and a blessing for every Muslim.