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After lowering the hands, make Istilaam of the Hajar Aswad. A Mu'tamir (one performing
Umrah) will discontinue with the Talbiyah after the first Istillaam.
Istilaam is to place both hands on the Hajar Aswad and to kiss it gently thrice, between
the two palms. (Be careful not to harass, punch or hurt anyone in the process.) Hands
should not be placed on the silver ring when kissing the Hajar Aswad.
If Istilaam is not possible, merely place the hands on the Hajar Aswad. If this is also not
possible, then one should stand diametrically opposite the Hajar Aswad and stretch both
the hands, with the palms facing the Hajar Aswad, (as if one were placing them on it).
Thereafter kiss the hands and commence the Tawaf.
If this is also not possible, then merely say the Takbeer when raising the hands to
the ears and commence the Tawaf.
It is Punnet to make Istilaam of the Hajar Aswad In all seven circuit, Istilaam is Sunnats
Mu'akkadah (emphasised Sunnah).
In the first three circuits of Tawaal it is Sunnat to make Ramal (for men only).
Ramal means to walk hastily, take shorter steps, lifting the legs forcefully, keeping the
chest out and moving the shoulders simultaneously.
One should walk normally in the four remaining circuits.
Commence the Tawaf by moving towards the door of the Ka'ba (counter-clockwise). Move
around the Ka'ba and the Hateem. It is Mustahab to place the right palm or both the palm
or both the palms on the Rukne Yamaanee during every round.
ة َ
ر ِ
خلآا ي ِ
ف َ
و ً
ن َ
س َ
ح ا َ
ي ْ
ن ﱡ
دلا ي ِ
ف ا َ
ن ِ
تآ ا َ
ب َ
نلا َ
با َ
ذ َ
ع ا َ
ن ِ
ق َ
و ً
ن َ
س َ
Rabbanaa aatinaa fid-dunyaa hasanatan wa feel aakhirati hasanatan wa
qinaa 'adhaaban naar
Our Lord! Give us in this world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us
from the torment of the Fire!
Besides these, any other Du'aa could be recited. Making Zikr and reciting the Holy Qur’an are
also permissible. (Women should not raise their voices whilst making Du'aa.)