The performer of this type of Hajj is called a Mutamatte’. Those coming from outside Miqat in the months of Hajj can perform this Hajj. For example, the people from Indo-Pak usually perform Tamattu’. The convenience that lies in it is that a Mutamatte’, after performing ‘Umrah, can get Halq or Qasr done and remove his Ihram. Then, on the 8th of Zul-Hijjah or before it, Ihram of Hajj is put on.

Hajj Tamattu Consist of the Following:

- Hajj combined with 'Umrah with 'two' Neeyah
- The person is called a Mutamatti.
- Enter into the state of Ihraam with a Neeyah for 'Umrah (the first Neeyah)


* Perform 'Umrah during the months of Hajj of the same year, and this must be completed before beginning the rites of Hajj.
* The first Tawaaf made, is that of 'Umrah and the Tawaaf-ul-Qudoom (Tawaaf upon arrival in Makkah) is not required.
* The performance of the Sa’ee is a must. This is Sa’ee for 'Umrah and not for Hajj. The Sa’ee for Hajj must be performed with Tawaaf-ul-Ifaadah
* The Mutamatti should clip his hair after 'Umrah instead of shaving it to come out of the state of Ihraam after the Sa’ee for 'Umrah (if he has time before Hajj to re-grow his hair, then he should shave it after completing his 'Umrah.
* The Mutamatti must come out of the state of Ihraam after the 'Umrah (all the Ihraam restrictions are lifted for the Mutamatti).
* Animal sacrifice is compulsory for the Mutamatti. This applies to the Qaarin also.
* The Mutamatti enters back into the state of Ihraam with the Neeyah for Hajj (the second neeyah), from wherever he is on the morning of the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah. Thereafter he / she depart Makkah to Mina.
* The pilgrim is allowed to change his/her (Ihraam) clothes for clean ones.
* Those living in Makkah cannot perform this method of Hajj.
“…This is for him whose family is not present at Al-Masjid-al-haram (i.e. non resident of Makkah…”remain

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