Muzdalifa

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Muzdalifa
Saudiya Arabistonidagi shaharlar va qishloqlar roʻyxati|Shahar
مُزْدَلِفَة
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21°23′33″N 39°56′16″E / 21.39250°N 39.93778°E / 21.39250; 39.93778 G OKoordinatalari: 21°23′33″N 39°56′16″E / 21.39250°N 39.93778°E / 21.39250; 39.93778 G O
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Muzdalifa
Muzdalifa

Muzdalifa (arabcha: مُزْدَلِفَة) Saudiya Arabistonining Hijozi mintaqasidagi Makka yaqinidagi ochiq va tekis hudud boʻlib, u haj ("Haj ") bilan bogʻliq. U Minoning janubi-sharqida, Mino va Arafat o'rtasidagi yo'lda joylashgan.

Ziyorat[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]

Muzdalifada bo'lishdan oldin Arafotda bir kun bo'lib, u Allohga tasbih aytish, duoni takrorlash, Allohga tavba qilish va Undan mag'firat so'rashdan iborat. Arafotda zuhr va asr namozlari peshin vaqtida qo'shma va qisqartirilgan holda o'qiladi. Zul-hijjaning to'qqizinchi kuni quyosh botgandan so'ng, musulmon ziyoratchilar Muzdalifaga boradilar, ba'zan esa odamlarning ko'pligi sababli tunda kelishadi. Muzdalifaga kelgandan keyin ziyoratchilar shom va xufton namozlarini birgalikda o'qiydilar, xufton esa 2 rakatga qisqartiriladi. Muzdalifada ziyoratchilar shaytonni toshbo'ron qilish uchun toshlar yig'ishadi (arabcha: رَمِي ٱلْجَمَرَات ' Toshlar joyini toshbo'ron qilish ').[1][2][3]

Muqaddas yodgorlik[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]

 Muzdalifada tomi ochiq masjid “Muqaddas toʻqay”[4][5][6][7] nomi bilan mashhur (arabcha: ٱلْمَشْعَر ٱلْحَرَام ٱ rum.)[8]

Shuningdek qarang[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]

  • Islomdagi eng muqaddas joylar
  • Ḥ-RM
    • Haram (sayt)
  • Qur'onda nomi tilga olingan masjidlar ro'yxati
  • Sarat tog'lari
    • Hijoz tog'lari

Manba[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]

  1. Burton, Richard FrancisPersonal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah, 1857. — 226 bet. „The word jamrah is applied to the place of stoning, as well as to the stones.“ 
  2. Abū DāʼūdSunan Abu Dawud: Chapters 519-1337. Sh. M. Ashraf, 1984.. „1204. Jamrah originally means a pebble. It is applied to the heap of stones or a pillar.“ 
  3. Hughes, Thomas PatrickDictionary of Islam [1885], 1995. — 225 bet. ISBN 978-81-206-0672-2. „Literally "gravel, or small pebbles." The three pillars [...] placed against a rough wall of stones [...]“ 
  4. Long, David E. „2: The Rites of the Hajj“,The Hajj Today: A Survey of the Contemporary Pilgrimage to Makkah, 1979. — 11–24 bet. ISBN 0-8739-5382-7. „With thousands of Hajjis, most of them in motor vehicles, rushing headlong for Muzdalifah, the potential is t... There is special grace for praying at the roofless mosque in Muzdalifah called al-Mash'ar al-Haram (the Sacred Grove)...“ 
  5. DanartoA Javanese pilgrim in Mecca, 1989. — 27 bet. ISBN 0-8674-6939-0. „It was still dark when we arrived at Muzdalifah, four miles away. The Koran instructs us to spend the night at al-Mash'ar al-Haram. the Sacred Grove at Muzdalifah, as one of the conditions for the hajj. We scrambled out of the bus and looked...“ 
  6. Jones, Lindsay (2005). "Encyclopedia of religion". Encyclopedia of religion. 10. Macmillan Reference USA. p. 7159. ISBN 0-0286-5743-8. https://books.google.com/books?id=vjQOAQAAMAAJ&q. "The Qur'an admonishes: "When you hurry from Arafat, remember God at the Sacred Grove (al-mash' ar al-haram)," that is, at Muzdalifah (2:198). Today a mosque marks the place in Muzdalifah where pilgrims gather to perform the special saldt..." 
  7. Ziauddin SardarHajj Studies. Jeddah: Croom Helm for Hajj Research Centre, 1978. — 32 bet. ISBN 0-8566-4681-4. „Muzdalifah is an open plain sheltered by parched hills with sparse growth of thorn bushes. The pilgrims spend a night under the open sky of the roofless Mosque, the Sacred Grove, Al Mush'ar al-Haram. On the morning of the tenth, all depart...“ 
  8. Andoza:Qurʼon/Prefiks[[[:Andoza:Qurʼon/URL]] Andoza:Qurʼon/Oyat]Andoza:Qurʼon/Tarjima

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