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hajji

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1. a Muslim who has made a pilgrimage to Mecca: also used as a title
2. a Christian of the Greek Orthodox or Armenian Churches who has visited Jerusalem

Haji

 

(also hadji, hajji), the honorary title of a Muslim who has made the pilgrimage (hajj) to Mecca.

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Hajis normally flood stores to buy rosaries, prayer rugs, white shirts and jewelry as gifts for their relatives and friends, according to a survey conducted by the JCCI.
Store owners were quoted as saying that Hajis preferred buying gifts and souvenirs in Makkah and Madinah, although a few made purchases in Mina.
The main factor for the delay in departure of flights during post-Haj departures usually are late arrival of Hajis from Makkah by buses in the wake of congestion on the roads from Makkah to Jeddah Haj Terminal during Haj.
According to the Saudi law the Hajis should reach Jeddah Haj Terminal some six hours before flight time.
Walia presented gifts from the Delhi Government to the Hajis at the airport.
The Hajis departed in three different flights from the airport.
This yearEoe1/4aos Haj season went off smoothly, confirmed Kahlan bin Nabhan Al Kharousi, head of the Omani Haj mission who added that all Omani Hajis were in good health.
KARACHI -- PIA's first Post-Hajj flight for Karachi PK 3002 carrying 342 Hajis reached Karachi on Monday.
A number of foreign Haj missions wanted to meet Tabung Haji officials during this Haj season.
Meanwhile PIA spoeksman Syed Sultan Hassan, said here Wednesday that till today-the 16th day of the post-Haj flights, PIA has flown home 39,880 Hajis on board 94 flights.
Meanwhile PIA spoeksman Syed Sultan Hassan, said here on Wednesday that till today-the 16th day of the post-Haj flights, PIA has flown home 39,880 Hajis on board 94 flights.
h) A Tabung Haji-like approach would give security, comfort and recourse in law as members to ordinary Hajis who may have complaints or disputes.