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Descripción de editorial

‘”From the very first moment they realize that the Hajj—the pilgrimage to Mecca—is among the duties of each and every Muslim, the faithful long to go.”

This book prsents Ilija Trojanow’s journey from Mumbai to Mecca in the tradition of the rihla, one of the oldest genres of classical Arabic literature, describing the Hajj, the pilgrimage to the holy sites of Islam. Every Muslim, regardless of geographical location, is implored by tradition to undertake the Hajj at least once in their life if they are able. Trojanow, with the help of his friends, donned the ihram, the traditional garb of the pilgrim, and joined the hundreds of thousands of Muslims who each year go on the Hajj. Over the course of a mere three weeks he experienced a tradition dating back over a thousand years. This personal and enlightening account will provide insights not only for Muslims who have yet to embark on the Hajj, but for those who have already made the journey and want to see a different perspective on it. Mumbai to Mecca also presents a unique glimpse into this pivotal tradition for those non-Muslims who remain barred from the most holy Muslim sites.

the pilgrimage to the holy sites of Islam, through the eyes of a Westener, but with the heart of a Muslim.

GÉNERO
Viajes y aventura
PUBLICADO
2007
febrero 1
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
180
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Haus Publishing
VENDEDOR
Chicago Distribution Center
TAMAÑO
4.4
MB

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