This book is a story of a boy who went on a journey with his family to perform Umrah. By reading this story, children will readily understand the way to perform Umrah.
Embark on an enlightening journey with "Ammaar in Makkah", a captivating book penned by the esteemed Darussalam Research Center. The tale is aimed at young readers, allowing them to experience the spiritual journey of Umrah through the adventures of a young boy, Ammaar.
"Ammaar in Makkah" is a compelling and educational narrative that skillfully blends spirituality with adventure. This book is an excellent resource for children to gain a profound understanding of performing Umrah, one of the core Islamic rites. It takes the readers on an engaging trip to Makkah, offering them a detailed guide to the practices associated with Umrah.
The story is brought to life by the dedicated team at the Darussalam Research Center, a reputable institution recognized for its meticulous research and profound understanding of Islamic teachings. Their commitment to disseminating authentic knowledge is evident in this book, making it an invaluable addition to the realm of Islamic Children's Literature.
As the main character, Ammaar embarks on this transformative journey with his family, readers are introduced to the various stages of Umrah in an interactive and engaging manner. From the utterance of the Niyyah (intention), the donning of the Ihraam (a sacred state), to the performance of the Tawaaf (circumambulation of the Kaaba), the book covers all aspects of this blessed journey.
Readers get to experience the thirst-quenching sips of Zamzam, feel the spiritual rush during the Sa'i (brisk walk between Safa and Marwah), and witness the symbolic act of having the head shaved. These vivid descriptions bring the rites of Umrah to life, making it an engaging learning experience for children.
“Ammaar in Makkah” stands out with several key features:
|Author(s)||Darussalam Research Center|