"As you circumambulate
and move closer to the kaaba you feel like a small stream merging into a big river.
They come from every corner of the world to visit Mecca and circumambulate
the Kaaba in response to the first call of Prophet Abraham, when he built the Kaaba with his son Ismail and responded to Allah's order to call upon human beings to head towards it for the Hajj.
Ibn 'Abbas (RA) reported that the Prophet (S) said, "Everyday one hundred and twenty mercies descend on this House [the Ka'ba]; of these, sixty are for those who circumambulate
[it], forty for those who [merely] pray [before it], and twenty for those who [merely] gaze [at it]." In another Prophetic tradition, it says: "Circumambulate
the House often for it is among the most important things that you will find on your record on the Day of Resurrection, and [it is, moreover,] the most delightful deed you will find."
The program achieved the dream of many to visit the House of God and circumambulate
the Kaaba and visit the Mosque of the Messenger of God peace be upon him and pray in it.
and electrons orbit their atomic nuclei, and angels circumambulate
Kapoor's Hive fills the gallery to bursting, all the while maintaining a curious, inviting intimacy by conjuring a hollow space which one must circumambulate
the sculpture to discover.
After the stoning they circumambulate
the Kaaba to complete Hajj, required of all able Muslims and for many a purifying, once-in-a-lifetime experience.
As many as 70,000 angels circumambulate
it every day.
At the point immediately to the north of the royal palace, the procession does not circumambulate
the city centre and the palace by progressing to the east and through the localities of Valakhu and Nyauta.
The earlier argument focuses on one specific, and undoubtedly very important, form of popular devotion: the pilgrimage to a holy well which the pilgrim would circumambulate
clockwise a specified number of times, often negotiating a rocky path on bare feet or knees.
Thousands flock here each year to circumambulate
the temple in devotion.
the peepul tree hoping for a son.