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Jammu & Kashmir Sightseeing in Time Of COVID

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Jammu Kashmir is situated in the lap of the Himalayas and known throughout the country and the world for its natural beauty. It has many sightseeing places, tourist spots, temples, and monasteries. If You are making a travel plan for visiting you should look down and see the places you intend to visit, that are open for tourists.

Some major tourist attractions in Jammu and Kashmir are Srinagar, the Mughal Gardens, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Patnitop, and Jammu. Every year, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit the holy shrines of Vaishno Devi and Amarnath which has had a significant impact on the state’s economy.

The destination you will be traveling to might has some restrictions in place due to this COVID-19. Kindly read the guidelines shared by the State Government carefully and then book your travel accordingly.


‘The Paradise on Earth’

Srinagar is the summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and the largest city in the Kashmir region. Srinagar is home to some of the most exquisite Mughal-age gardens in India, with the top attractions being Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashm-E-Shahi Garden.

Heavy snowfall affects the connectivity of Srinagar during the winter months of December to February. Communal tensions also lead to frequent curfews in some parts of the city. Make sure to check the situation before visiting.

Amarnath Temple

‘The Epitome of Sanctity’

The holy altar of Amarnath Ji, or Amarnath Temple, is located at an elevation of 3,888 meters approx., about 29 kilometers from Pahalgam. Inside the cave is a Shiva Lingam (a phallus-shaped formation made of ice), considered to be the holiest symbol by Hindus all across the globe. The pilgrimage site received its name from the Hindi words ‘Amar’ which stands for immortal, and ‘Nath’ for god. Shesnag Lake is another popular attraction of Amarnath.

Besides seeking blessings at the Amarnath Temple, the views surrounding it are extraordinary.


‘Heart of Winter Sports in India’

Gulmarg stands for the paddock of flora. It is a magnificent hilly region prod in the province of Baramula of Jammu and Kashmir. Gulmarg treasures loads of enchanting mountain ranges and peaks that will make you enraptured. Beautiful, tranquil landscapes and pristine lakes accompanied by lavish greenery are other capitative things of this region. Gulmarg is an absolute tourist destination to experience the heritage of the Northern part of the country. Gulmarg tourism includes visiting places like Alpathar Lake, Baba Reshi Shrine, St Mary’s Church, Maharani Temple, and other alluring destinations inside and near Gulmarg.



Pahalgam is situated at an altitude of 2,130 m. The climate is not too harsh and the sight of the stunning Lidder River flowing through the town is beautiful. Surrounded by beautiful hills and lots of greenery.

Pahalgam also offers a host of adventure and sports activities, such as river rafting, skiing, and golf. Experience the warm hospitality of the locals and get a chance to experience their simple lifestyle.


‘Pond of the Princess’

Patnitop is a hill resort located in the Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir on a plateau in the Shivalik belt with endless meadows and panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, Patnitop is a perfect place to experience nature at its picturesque best and widest.

Patnitop is known for activities like skiing and trekking, as well as water springs, altogether making it a popular tourist destination. Major attractions are Nag Mandir, Sudh Mahadev Mandir, Sanasar, and much more.


‘Meadow of Gold’

The word Sonamarg literally translates into ‘the land of gold’. Sonmarg gives rise to the three Sisters of the Kashmir. Sonmarg is an extremely beautiful place. It has glaciers where snow remains for a whole year. The average temperature in Sonmarg is 6.5 °C (43.7 °F). Sonamarg is also the base of a major trek that passes along several mountain lakes — Vishansar, Kishansar, Gadsar, Satsar, and Gangabal.

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Few Tips On How To Avoid Pickpocketing During Travel

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Pickpocketing means the act of stealing things out of pockets or bags secretly.

                               ‘PICKPOCKETS LOVE TOURISTS’

To learn how to avoid pickpockets and help to keep your valuables as safe as possible, here are few tips on how to avoid pickpocketing while travelling.

Fusion Belt
Do not travel without your Fusion Belt. It comfortably holds six passports & boarding passes in just one pocket. It blends into your outfit too to reduce the risk of being pickpocketing while travelling.

Leave Valuables at the Hotel
Protection to your valuables is to lock them away inside a drawer, cupboard or wardrobe that’s already inside the room. Of course, not every Hotel room will provide such an opportunity but if a room does, you should use it.

Wear a Money Belt
Money belts are the same what they sound like, a type of belt with a hidden pouch where you can store your money. The approach is that you can keep your money safe from pickpockets if it gets hidden away from there sight. You can use these to store your money, passport, or other kinds of stuff while travelling.
You can also make sure that you should carry your money in multiple safe places.

No Phones on the Table
If you’re one of those characters who unquestionably must keep their phone on the table while you’re at a restaurant, be conscious that pickpockets are targeting you. Keep your smartphone tucked away on your person while you’re eating. The text messages can wait. Also, keep your phone locked and fit software that allows you to remotely clear its data.

Zippered Purse
These Zippered Purses have tamper-proof zippers, cut-proof straps, and a slash proof
metal web embroidered into the bag. They came in a large variety of styles
and sizes to keep your travel accessories safe.

                                                     !! Stay Alert !!
Experience of pickpocketed while travelling is not what anyone wants to face it.
There are obvious dangers of pickpockets and general distraction theft that
happen everywhere in the world. Also, keep your passports and valuable travel
documents in a safe place to avoid loss of passport and documents.

Seven Places In Delhi Which Will Make Your Travelling Memories Unforgettable

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Are you excited to explore Delhi with us?

Delhi, the capital of India it has a rich history. The city is dotted with spellbinding mosques, forts, and monuments left over from the Mughal rulers that once ruled the city. To make the most of your time in this bustling, vibrant-city, be sure to review our list of the top seven tourist attractions in Delhi.

Have a memorable trip to the capital city of India.

See also: Timings, Entry fee, & Location.



Red fort
Red fort


 Red Fort, also called Lal Qalʿah, most of the peoples say Lal Kila or Lal Qila, Mughal fort in Old Delhi, India. It was built by Shah Jahan in the mid-17th century and remains a major tourist attraction.

It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 as part of the Red Fort Complex. The Red fort appears on the back of the Rs.500 note of the Mahatma Gandhi new series of the Indian Rupee. Originally red and white, its design is credited to architect Ustad Ahmad Lahori, who also constructed the Taj Mahal. It was constructed between May 1639 and April 1648.

Timings: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm daily, Mondays closed.

Entry Fee: Red Fort ticket price for Indians is Rs 35 and for foreigners it is Rs 500. The Red Fort entry ticket for the Light and Sound show is Rs 60 for adults and Rs 20 for children.

Location: Netaji Subhash Marg, Lal Qila, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi, Delhi-110006.





Monuments show us, our beauty of architecture…

One of the most magnificent tombs in Delhi, the Humayun’s Tomb is an excellent example of Persian architecture. It is very similar to Taj Mahal and it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent, yes it was built before Taj. ⁣ The Tomb was built by the orders of Humayun’s wife, Hamida Bano Begum in 1570. In 1993, the tomb was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Timings: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Entry fee: For Indians, the entry fee is Rs. 35. For foreigners, the entry fee is Rs. 550. The entry is free for children up to 15 years of age.

Location: Mathura Road, Opp. Dargah Nizamuddin, Nizamuddin, Nizamuddin East, New Delhi, Delhi-110013.





Take a moment and appreciate the artist…

The Qutub Minar also spelt as Qutub Minar and Qutab Minar, is a minaret and “victory tower” that forms part of the Qutub complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mehrauli area of New Delhi, India. The height of Qutub Minar is 72.5 meters, making it the tallest minaret in the world built of bricks. ⠀

Timings: 7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Entry Fee: 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Open All Days. Entry Fee (Indian) Rs 35 & Entry Fee (Foreigner) Rs 550

Location: Seth Sarai, Mehrauli, New Delhi, Delhi-110030.





Rashtrapati Bhavan may refer to only the 340-room main building that has the president’s official residence, including reception halls, guest rooms and offices, also called the mansion, it may also refer to the entire 130-hectare (320 acres) Presidential Estate that additionally includes huge presidential gardens (Mughal Garden), large open spaces, residences of bodyguards and staff, stables, other offices and utilities within its perimeter walls. In terms of area, it is the largest residence of any head of state in the world.

Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm, Saturday & Sunday closed.

Entry fee: Rs. 50 per person & Rs. 1200 group of 30 persons

Location: Rashtrapati Bhawan, President’s Estate, New Delhi, Delhi-110004





Among the other tourist attractions in Delhi Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India. It can hold 25000 devotees at a time. It was Shah Jahan’s first architectural marvel. The mosque has four towers and the southern tower gives a stunning view of the city. You’ve to be dressed appropriately to enter the mosque. If not, rent attire provided by the mosque authority.


Timings: Open all days of the week, 6:00 am – 8:00 pm

Entry fee: Entry is free and open for all, though a fee of Rs.200 is charged for cameras.

Location: Off Netaji Subhash Marg, Chandni Chowk





India’s Largest War Memorial…

India Gate is one monument that defines Delhi or India for that matter. A stunning archway standing as a tribute to the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country, India Gate is one of the landmarks of Delhi. The base of the monument is made of red Bharatpur stones and the structure of India Gate is similar to France’s Arc- de- Triomphe.

Timings: Best time to visit India Gate is between 07:00 pm to 09:30 pm. The timings for the light show at India Gate is between 07:00 pm and 09:30 pm.

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Location: Rajpath, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001




To escape from the frenetic city life, people from all walks of life to seek solace and blessing of God visit the Nizamuddin Dargah. The structure is actually a mausoleum of a very Sufi Saint called Hazrat Khwaja Syed Nizamuddin Auliya who lives between the years 1238 to 1325. Located in the area of the same name, it is visited by many Islam believers every week.

Timings: 5:00 am to 10:30 pm

Entry fee: No entry fee

Location: Boali Gate Rd, Nizamuddin, Nazimuddin West Slum, Nizamuddin West, New Delhi, Delhi-110013


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Istanbul Turkey Tour Package

Istanbul Turkey Tour Package, a Muslim Friendly Destination

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Istanbul city, making visitors feel at home. It has a European vibe, yet it preserves its deep cultural and religious roots. Along with thousands of mosques spread across the city most beautiful thing when you hear the pleasing sound of ‘Adhan’ throughout the day. It is also one of the most famous touristic cities in the world welcoming four million visitors every year. Istanbul is the city with culturally rich and beautiful architecture, centuries of historic sites established by the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. No wonder it is the most visited city in Turkey and for good reasons too.

Aliya Travels Pvt. Ltd. organize Islamic Turkey Tour Package with assured health & safety measures.

We are ensuring for travelers provided maximum convenience and able to fulfill religious obligations, serve quality halal meals, praying facilities during their tour with our trained staffs.

We specialize in hosting Muslim travelers by planning their trips and arranging their tailored tours.

We prepared 06 Days special fully guided Islamic themed Tour Package for Turkey. great Muslim sightseeing tour While you visit many Islamic landmarks and holy destinations.

Day wise itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive Istanbul

Welcome to Istanbul!!!

Upon arrival to Istanbul, the city that bridges “Europe & Asia”, you will be met by our representative and transferred to hotel for check-in. Enjoy a ride on Bosphorus awaits us. As you board the boat you will feel the Bosphorus breeze on your face. Spend an hour filled with the narration of your guide about the history of the fascinating palaces, beautiful wooden mansions, small seaside villages of Istanbul. Visit Camlica Hills which is the highest point in Istanbul offering incredible views of Bosphorus, including the two bridges that connect Asia with Europe. overnight in Istanbul

🍴 Lunch – Dinner (Halal Food)

 Day 2 – Istanbul Old City

 After breakfast Today you will discover the old town of Istanbul. The tour concept is Walking Old City Tour visiting Topkapi Palace, Hippodrome, Blue Mosque, Suleymaniye Mosque and Covered Bazaar. Overnight in Istanbul.

🍴 Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner (Halal Food)

 Day 3 – Tombs of Sahaba

Pickup from the hotel at 09:00 Visiting Tomb of Ayub al Ansari, Mosque of Ayub al ansari Visiting Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Cable Car to Pierre Lotti Hill, Tomb of Hz. Abu’ad Darda, Tomb of Hz. Kab bin malik, Tomb of Abu Seybeti (Shahbat) Hudri, Tomb of Hz. Ahmed al-ansari, Tomb of Hz. Muhammed Al-ansari, Tomb of Hz. jabir bin Abdullah al-ansari, Tomb of Hz. Abu zar Gaffari, Tomb of Hz. jabir, Tomb of Hz. Abu Saeed Hudri, Tomb of Hz. Şu’be , Tomb of Hz. Amar bin aas, Tomb of Hz. Sufiyan bin uneyne underground mosque, sultan mohammad fateh, transfer back to the hotel.

🍴 Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner (Halal Food)

Day 4 – Old City of Istanbul


  • Early morning Pick up from the hotel
  • 200 Km drive to Bileck it takes a minimum of 3 HOURS
  • Visit the Tomb of Edebali Master of Ertugrul and Osman Ghazi
  • Visit Orhan Gazi Mosque in Bilecik
  • Visit Timeline of Ottoman Museum in Bilecik
  • Visit DursunFıkıh A religious scholar DursunFakih was the son-in-law of Sheikh Edebali
  • Visit the Tomb of Ertugrul in Sogut
  • Visit Alp’s Mezaar in Ertugrul Shrine

Lunch (Typical Turkish Restaurant)

Shopping and Dress like Alp and Hatun Costumes and Free Time

Drive to Istanbul and Drop of The Hotel.

🍴 Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner (Halal Food)


Day 5 – Departure

After a sumptuous breakfast step in your comfortable shoes to spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll down the streets of the city as per your convenience either in transport or on foot visiting the various tourist destinations located in Istanbul. As the day retires, start packing your bags. Overnight at the hotel.

🍴 Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner (Halal Food)


Day 6 – Departure

Today is the last day of your Islamic Tour Package Istanbul Stopover in Turkey. We hope you had a memorable vacation with us.

🍴 Breakfast


Documents for Visa

  1. Passport (minimum validity of 6 months)
  2. Latest Two photographs (size 2.5×2.5 inches, matt finish white background without any border)
  3. NOC From Company
  4. 3 months salary slip with company stamp
  5. 3 years Income Tax Return (ITR)
  6. Applicant’s 3 months bank statement with bank stamp and sign, the minimum balance should be 1.5 lacs and above per applicant.


If applicant self-employed

  1. Passport (minimum validity of 6 months)
  2. Latest Two photographs (size 2.5×2.5 inches, matt finish white background without any border)
  3. Proof of company (company memorandum, partnership deed)

4.Covering letter on company letterhead

5.Company 3 years Income Tax Return (ITR)



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▪ If everything goes well then from next year onwards you would get E-Passports (Also called Bio-metric/Digital Passports) embedded and with an electronic microprocessor chip. After you apply for a new password or seek a re-issue in 2021.
▪ It is being claimed that due to the microprocessor chip it will be difficult to copy the information.

As per Sources, Government to issue e-passports from 2021 for every Indian Citizen. The government had completed the trial to issue 20,000 e-passports. This step has been taken by the government to make passports difficult to forge beside enabling quicker immigration for International passengers. It contains a security chip with all personal data and digital images. In the first phase new
passports will have a 64 KB chip carrying a photograph of the passport holder and in subsequent phases it will have a fingerprint.
Till now, the passports provided to the citizens are the printed booklets which would be easy to copy but they would be equipped with new technology, it will be difficult to commit fraud.
The e-passport will be based on the ICAO standards (International civil aviation organization).
• The chip in the e-passports adds advanced security features to it.
• The software for e-passports has been developed by National Informatics Centre and IIT Kanpur, and no other commercial agency is involved in this process.
• E-Passports can be read in just a few seconds which will save time too. All 36 passport offices in India will issue these e-passports after the components of the e-passport personalization system are inducted in the existing passport issuance system at all passport offices.
On the occasion of Passport Seva Divas, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said “I am very confident that the introduction of e passports will greatly strengthen the security of our travel documents. I understand that the procurement process for its production is currently underway and I would emphasize the need to hasten that as much as possible.” He also added – I emphasize that it is necessary to roll out the manufacture of e-passports on a priority basis.

TRAVEL GUIDE: To Experience One Step Ahead

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No sooner do we speak of guides, the wrinkled face man who would mingle a lot of fables with few historical facts begin to emerge. Almost all of us, the tourists and the professional in the business of tourism, have come to form a custom image of the guides, irrespective of the fact that guiding and escorting tours are a highly professional business and require accomplished special skills.


  • Who is a Guide?

Finding an answer to this question that would be acceptable Universally is a difficult task, in fact, the perceptions about travel guide differ from region to region. we can, therefore, select some of the more commonly sought traits in guides and arrive at a definition which is rather broad in scope. One good definition is given below:

“Tourist guide has information about a place designed for the use of visitors or tourist. They usually have information about sights, accommodation, restaurants, transportation and activities. Travel guide leads a group of tourists to & from various destinations while taking care of the logistics.”


The knowledge of a tourist group’s expectations from its guide is an extremely helpful tool in charting your course of action. The tourists demand from the accuracy of their guide with regard to the knowledge of facts, to deal with tricky situations and sympathy concerning their problems, however, a trifle in nature they may be.

  • Being a guide is all about having strong communication skills.
  • Guides just not be able to communicate well, they should be a great conversationalist with an outgoing personality.


The role of the guide, as it is perceived today, has a history. it is intact a mixture of two different roles I.e. are one, who traditionally lead the way on an unknown terrain and secondly, an adviser on any kind of travel. The two roles don’t always harmonize yet exist in a guide in varying proportions today. In this context of our own country we can then say that in the former rules we have location guides and, in the latter, there are guides for city tours too.


Location guides are the leaders that take the tourist through unknown partially known terrain. Since the nature of the field differs widely, the guide’s role also varies. Depending on the setting, the tourist and their purpose of the visit we can categorize location guides in India under several heads. Here we have selected the three most common types for some details:

Monuments– These are the most commonly found guides who are specialized in describing the monumental Heritage of the country.

Museums– Museum is a fantastic place for a guide to describe. It is here that the role of the guide, both as an educator & as an entertainer, comes to fruition.

Wildlife– Wildlife Tourism is potentially one of the most viable and economically rewarding areas of tourism. Hence, it is imperative on a tourism professional and more so on wildlife guide to understand its intricacies and use this information to the fullest advantage.


The things you must remember for city tour guides areas,

  • The length of the trip should not be very taxing physically
  • There should be adequate stops during the trip
  • Sufficient time should be made available for shopping.

The only thing we would like to lay stress on is that the guide is a public relations representative for his site, City, region and country in all situations.


COVID-19: Travel TIPSs!!!

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If you are organising a trip for any right reason then make sure that you should make up your mind with the proper safety measures. This information is mandatory and would help you before you travel via airplane.

‘Times are unpredictable at the moment’


Due to this severe outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic that has left people in a distressing state and limited all travelling activities. The government have requested people to go under quarantine and exercise extreme caution for your safety. To guarantee your well-being, try to follow these measures for your travel plan to evade contracting the COVID-19 virus.


To spread the wings of safety, flyers are requested to reach the airport minimum 3 hours in advance for all domestic flights and 4 hours in advance for all international flights.


“while flying to meet your loved one’s face to face”

Wearing a mask is recommended by IATA for the entire journey, from entering the airport to fly and while leaving the airport at your destination.


As per WHO advice, passengers are request to use hand sanitizer on a regular basis, avoid touching other people, covering coughs & sneezes. Avoid traveling if you feel fatigued, feverish, restless or have any other symptom of COVID-19 virus seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider.


If you usually forget to drink water during travelling, as it’s required in this situation, you can do the following act:

  • Track your water intake through various apps such as Drink Water Reminder.
  • Drink a glass of water before every meal.
  • Keep a filled bottle near your desk, and keep sipping throughout the journey.

If you are travelling by plane cross-country, be sure to pack adequate quantities of every essential item; medicine, masks and hand sanitizer etc. Make an advanced a list of every crucial item that needs to go into your suitcase during the severe outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.


“Physical distancing matters here too.”

Before COVID-19, we may not have considered how close we stood near other people. But now it’s important to keep a distance of at least 1m from each other to limit the spread of #coronavirus. Just wait for your turn at the conveyer belt.

Please stand at the marking distances and wait for your turn to take in your luggage.


‘Stay healthy while travelling’

As per WHO, eat only well-cooked food. Packages of the food items also pose a high risk. Good nutrition is crucial for health, particularly in times when the immune system might need to fight back.


“Always remember, better safe than sorry!!”

Avoid gathering around the lavatory, wait for your turn & remain into your seat until it gets freed. Remember that the door handles, faucets and flushes are high contact points and wash your hands or sanitise for 20-30 seconds after touching them. Carry a sanitiser and use after opening the door to enter and also after exiting the lavatory. Use a toilet sanitiser spray to disinfect the toilet seat before using.


To avoid a heavy heart later, travelling light reduces the load on us too.

One hand back of 7 kgs, 1 checked-in bag of 23 kgs will be allowed and Economy and 35 kgs bag in Business class.



Please maintain social distance from your co-passengers and the ground staff while exiting.



 (Fly safe, arrive safe and ensure other’s safety as well.)

Dhul-Hijjah : Most Blessed 10 Days

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Performing Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam.

Hajj requires every Muslim who is physically and financially able to make the journey to the holy city of Mecca at least once in life time.

Hajj occurs two months and ten days after Ramadan month ends, during the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah.

Some of the rites, which are observed during the first 10 days of the Dhul-Hijjah (the last month of the Islamic calendar),

includes wearing simple, unsewn white garments, standing on the plain of Arafat (at the foot of Mount Arafat, where the Prophet Muhammad delivered his final sermon), circumambulating the Holy Kaaba at the Grand Mosque in Mecca, stoning the Jamrat Al-Aqaba (throwing 7 pebbles at a stone pillar representing Satan) and sacrificing animals on the Feast of Sacrifice (commemorating Prophet Ibrahim’s obedience to God and readiness to sacrifice his son, Ismail).

As we enter the first 10 days of this blessed month, our hearts and prayers are with those undertaking the holy pilgrimage of Hajj during these days. While many of us are unable to make the blessed journey this year, there are still many ways for us to reap the blessings of this month.

The Prophet Muhammad said: “There are no days on which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allah than these ten days.” [Bukhari]

Don’t waste these most blessed days. Be sure to fill these days with as much good as possible. The Almighty gives us these periods of a spiritual boost throughout the year. So, purify your intent to make a plan and you are on the way to accomplish much!

Deeds to do in First 10 days of Dul al- Hijjah:


It is sunnah for the Muslim to fast on the first nine days of Dhul-Hijjah.

“Anyone who fasts for one day for Allah’s pleasure. Allah will keep his face away from the (Hell) fire for (a distance covered by a journey of) seventy years”(Bukhari).



There are no days on which good deeds are great or more beloved to Allah than on these ten days. So recite,

Takbeer: Allahu akbar

Tahmeed: alhamdulillah

Tarheel: Laa Ialaha ill-Allah

Say these words out loud in the mosques, homes, streets and every place in which it is permissible to remember Allah, to perform this act as worship openly and proclaim the greatness of Allah.

Spending for the sake of Allah gives in his way as much as possible, don’t leave any raised hands to return empty.



Preserve the ties of kinship for “No one who serves the ties of kinship will enter paradise”.

Connect with all of your near & far relatives.



There is reward against each alphabet of Quran, therefore, reciting it in these ten days helps increase the reward count for a person and the use of it in supplication afterwards also lays a strong foundation for being forgiven.



The biggest deed which a Muslim can undertake in the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah is performing Haj.