Hajj, the annual Muslim assemblage attended by Muslims from distinctive horizons, colors, races, and languages is not only an act of worship but is a school of training for Taqwah (consciousness of one’s duties towards Allah), good character and discipline.
It is a demonstration of fraternity, kinship, egalitarianism and unity.
Makkah is the centre where Muslims celebrate their unity in faith and diversity in culture on the occasion of Hajj.
It is a station of reviving Iman where sins are wiped out by forgiveness and where faith, trust, and love of Allah and His Messengers increases. The pilgrim gets purified and comes out of his sins like a newborn baby.