How to perform Umrah rituals?
Umrah is similar to Hajj, except that it is performed at any time of the year. To maximize the reward, trainees often perform it during the holy month of Ramadan.

Unlike Hajj, the rituals of Umrah are fewer and simpler. Here are the basic steps again:
The rituals that must be performed to perform the Umrah rituals..

1.Prepare for Umrah by washing and donning the ihram attire.
2.Begin reciting the Talbiyah loudly from the miqaat to announce your intention.
3.Travel to Mecca.
4.Enter the Grand Mosque and perform Tawaf by circumambulating the Kaaba seven times counterclockwise.
5.Traverse between the hills of Safa and Marwa seven times,
6.At the end of Umrah, the men of ihram wrap their heads or turbans. Umrah for women ends with cutting a small lock of their hair.

After completing Umrah, there are several recommended acts:

1.Tahal-lul: This involves coming out of the state of Ihram by performing a specific ritual called “Tahal-lul,” which includes cutting or shaving the hair. Men often shave their heads completely or trim their hair, while women typically cut a small lock of hair.

2.Tawaf Al-Wadaa: It is also recommended to perform a farewell Tawaf (circumambulation) around the Kaaba before leaving Mecca. This is known as Tawaf Al-Wadaa or the “Farewell Tawaf.”

3.Prayers and Supplications: Engage in prayers and supplications, thanking and seeking forgiveness from Allah for the completion of the Umrah and asking for blessings and acceptance of the pilgrimage.

4.Visiting Medina: Some pilgrims also visit Medina, the city of the Prophet Muhammad, to offer prayers at the Prophet’s Mosque (Masjid an-Nabawi).

5.Charity: Giving in charity (Sadaqah) is also recommended as a way to express gratitude and seek further blessings.

6.It’s important to perform these acts with a sincere heart and intention, seeking Allah’s acceptance and forgiveness.