57. And he who made iHraam not intending to make 'Umrah before the Hajj - and not having brought the hadi (sacrificial animal) from outside sacred precincts then should also leave the state of iHraam in obedience to the Prophet's order and in avoidance of his anger. Those, however, who have bought the sacrificial animal with them remain in iHraam and do not leave that state until after the stoning on the Day of Sacrifice (Yaum-un-Nahr) (10th Dhul-Hijjah).
Ihlaal (Calling Aloud With Tal-Biyyah) For Hajj On Yaum Ut-Tarwiyyah
58. So when it is Yaum ut-Tarwiyyah and that is the 8th of Dhul Hijjah - he puts on iHraam and calls out with the talbiyyah of Hajj, and does as he did when assuming iHraam for 'Umrah which he did from the meeqaat - as regards bathing and putting on perfume, and wearing the ridaa and izaar (upper and lower garments) and reciting talbiyyah - which he does not cease to do until he has stoned Jamrat ul-Aqaha (on 10th Dhul-Hijjah).
59. And he assumes iHraam form the place he is resident in - the people resident in Makkah doing so from Makkah.
60. Then he goes off to Minaa and prays there the Zuhr prayer and remains there, spending the night there and praying the rest of the five daily prayers - shortening them (to two ra'kahs) but without combining them.
Proceeding To 'Arafah
61. So after the sun rises on the Day of 'Arafah (10th Dhul-Hijjah) - he moves off towards 'Arafah (a large plain to the south-east of Makkah), while reciting talbiyyah of takbeer - as both of these were practised by the Companions of the Prophet while making Hajj with him - and he did not critize either (those reciting tal-biyyah of those reciting takbeer.)(62)
62. Then he stops at Namirah(63) - and it is a place near to 'Arafah but not forming part of it - and he remains there until noon.
63. So When the sun passes its zenith he moves to 'Uranah and settles there,(64) and it is next to 'Arafah - and here the Imaam should give an appropriate Khutbah to the people.
64. Then he prays with the people Zuhr and 'Asr shortening and combining them in the time of the Zuhr prayer.
65. And one adhaan is given and two iqaamahs.
66. And he does not pray anything between the two prayers.(65)
67. And he who is not able to pray along with the Imaam - then he prays them in the same way on his own - or with those in similar situation around him.(66)
Standing In 'Arafah
68. Then he goes off to 'Arafah and if able stands upon the rocks beneath the Mount of Mercy (Jabal ur-Rahmah) and if not then all of 'Arafah is place of standing.
69. And he stands facing the Qiblah, raising his hands making du'aa and reciting talbiyyah.
70. And he recites much 'La ilaha illallaah' as it is the best du'aa on the Day of 'Arafah as the Prophet said: The best thing that I and the Prophets have said on the evening of 'Arafah is Laa ilaha illallaahu wahdahu laa shareeka lahu lahul mulk wa lahul hamdu wa huwa 'alaa kulli shay'in qadeer.6(67)
71. And if he adds in the talbiyyah occasionally (all good is the good of the Hereafter) then that is permissible.(68)
Innamaal Khairu Khairul Aakhirati
72. And it is sunnah for the one standing in 'Arafah not to fast that day.
73. And he remains in that state, remembering Allaah reciting talbiyyah, making du'aa as he wishes - hoping from Allaah that He will make him one of those whom He boasts of (those whom He frees from Fire) to the Angels as occurs in the hadith :"There is no day on which Allaah frees more of His slaves from Fire than the Day of 'Arafah, and He verily draws near then boasts of them before the angles, saying :'What do they seek?' "(69)and in another hadith : "Verily Allaah boasts of the people of 'Arafah before the people of heaven (the angels), saying : 'Look to my servants who have come to Me dishevelled and dusty.'"(70) and he remains in that state until the sun sets.
74. So when the sun has set he leaves 'Arafah for Muzdalifah - going with calmness and tranquility, not jostling or pushing the people with himself or his riding beast or his vehicle, rather whenever he finds room then he goes faster.
75. And when reaching Muzdalifah he gives adhaan and iqaamah then prays the three ra'kahs of Maghrib, then gives iqaamah and prays 'Ishaa - shortening it - and joining the two prayers.
76. And if he separates the two prayers for some necessity then there is no harm in that.(71)
77. And he does not pray anything between them or after 'Ishaa.(72)
78. Then he sleeps until Fajr.
79. Then when the dawn first appears he prays Fajr in the first part of its time with adhaan and iqaamah.