Beauties Already Know? Here are 5 Grave Pilgrimage Etiquette Before the Month of Ramadan That You Need to Understand

In the run-up to Ramadan, many of the Beauties will definitely want to visit the grave. A complete Fiqh book on Managing the Dead by M. Nashiruddin al-Albani explains that visiting graves is a practice recommended by the Prophet SAW.

Before undergoing it, a Muslim is advised to follow the adab of visiting graves according to the guidance of Rasulullah SAW. In order not to be mistaken, let’s take a look at the etiquette of visiting graves that Beauties can apply. Anything, listen!

1. Always Greet the Ancestors

When they arrive at the cemetery, it is customary for Beauties to say hello to their ancestors. Usually the greeting that is sung is ‘Assalamu alaika dara qaumi mu’minin, wa inna, God willing, bikum lahiqun’.

The meaning of the prayer above is “May safety be upon you, O house of believers, indeed we, if Allah wills, will follow you,”.

2. Not Walking and Sitting on the Tomb

The adab of visiting graves is not walking on graves
Someone walking in the cemetery area/Photo: Sayles

Have you often heard, don’t walk or sit on graves if you don’t want to accept disaster? Apparently, the prohibition when visiting graves by walking on graves already exists in Muslim HR.

As in the hadith of the Prophet narrated by Muslim, it is explained as follows:

“Truly if one of you sits on the coals of fire until his shirt burns and pierces his skin, that is better than sitting on a grave” (HR Muslim).

3. Not Wearing Footwear When Entering the Tomb

The next grave pilgrimage etiquette is that it is sunnah not to wear footwear such as sandals when entering the tomb. Not without reason. It aims to honor the ancestors.

Apart from that, in the Hadith of the History of Abu Daud it is explained that Rasulullah SAW once reprimanded his people for wearing sandals when entering the tomb. Then, the people took off and threw their sandals.

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