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Hajj-e-Mabroor app launched in 3 languages

Hajj-e-MabroorApp

Riyadh: Prominent Islamic scholar Dr. Mohammad Najeeb Qasmi has recently launched the first Islamic Mobile app (Hajj-e-Mabroor) covering different issues concerning Hajj and Umrah in multiple languages — Urdu, English and Hindi.

The app can be installed on iPhones as well as Android devices by typing Hajj-e-Mabroor or Najeeb Qasmi in Play Store or App Store. Within two minutes of installing the app, the user can have access to four books on Hajj and Umrah (Hajj-e-Mabroor, Mukhtasar Hajj-e-Mabroor, How to Perform Umrah? and Visit of Madinah), nine lectures, the method of performing Hajj and Umrah, a presentation, a one-hour questionnaire and 23 articles that can be useful anywhere during the journey, in Makkah, Mina, Muzdalifah and Arafat.

The lectures, articles and books have been written taking into consideration the increasing number of Hajj pilgrims, architectural changes in the Grand Mosque, the Prophet’s Mosque, other holy sites (Mina, Muzdalifah and Arafat) and the improvement in services extended to Hajj pilgrims over the past 10 years. This app will be of much help to the Hajj pilgrims and after its installation, they do not need to carry any books on Hajj and Umrah with them. Many scholars from India and Pakistan and professors of several universities and religious institutions have recommended the app by writing introduction letters in its support. These letters are incorporated in the app.

The website (www.najeebqasmi.com) and another app (Deen-e-Islam) can also be used to benefit from other books (17 in Urdu, 14 in English and 14 in Hindi), articles and lectures by Qasmi. Pilgrims can contact Dr. Qasmi, currently residing in Riyadh on (00966 508237446) and ([email protected]) for any clarification about performing Hajj and Umrah.

 

Courtesy: Muslim Mirror

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