Al-Kāfi - Volume 4

Author: Shaykh Muḥammad b. Yaʿqūb b. Isḥāq al-Kulaynī (d. 329 AH)
Translator: Shaykh Muhammad Sarwar

The Book of Zakat

1. Virtue of Charity

2. Giving Charity Repels Misfortune

3. The Virtue of Giving Charity Out of Public Sight

4. Giving Charity During the Night

5. Giving Charity Increases One’s Wealth

6. Giving Charity to Relatives

7. Providing for the Family to Improve the Quality of Their Lives

8. One’s Dependents

9. Giving Charity to Those Whom One Does Not Know

10. Giving Charity to Bedouins and People Who Live in Desolate Areas

11. Undesirability of Turning Away One Asking for Help

12. The Amount of Charity for One Asking for Help

13. The Prayer of the Recipient of Charity

14. One Who Distributes Charity Has a Share in Rewards with the Donor of Charity

15. Self-Abnegation (Giving Preference to Others Over One’s Self)

16. One Who Asks for Help Without Actually Needing Help

17. Unpleasantness of Begging

18. Embarrassing the Recipient of a Favor

19. Giving Charity After an Appeal From a Recipient

20. Benevolent Assistance (Optional Charity as Opposed to Compulsory Ones)

21. The Virtue of Benevolent Assistance

22. Another Chapter about the Subject of the Previous Chapter

23. Providing Benevolent Assistance Repels Wicked Encounters

24. Providers of Benevolent Assistance Will be Identified as Such on the Day of Judgment

25. Completion of Benevolent Assistance

26. Finding a Proper Recipient of Benevolent Assistance

27. Disciplines for Providing Benevolent Assistance

28. Refusing to Appreciate a Benevolent Assistance

29. Providing a Loan

30. Extending Due Date of Payment in Favor of the Borrower

31. Waiving a Loan in Favor of a Dead Person

32. The Cost of Maintenance of Wealth

33. Appreciation of Bounties

34. Understanding Generosity and Munificence

35. Spending on Deserving Causes

36. Stinginess and Greed

37. Rare Ahadith about Charity

38. Virtue of Serving Food

39. The Excellence of Moderation

40. Detestability of Over-Spending and Living in Austerity

41. Providing Water for Drinking

42. Charity for Descendents of al-Hashim and the People of Their Household (Servants) and Compensation to Them

43. The Rare Ahadith

The Book of Fasting

1. The Excellence of Fast and Fasting

2. The Excellence of the Month of Ramadan

3. About the One Who Serves Food to a Fasting Person

4. Prohibition of Saying ‘Ramadan’ Instead of the ‘Month of Ramadan’

5. The Words to Say When the Month of Ramadan is About to Begin

6. Verifying the Rise of the New Moon and Finding Witnesses for It

7. The Rare Ahadith

8. Another Chapter about the Previous Subject

9. The Day That Is Doubtful About Its Being of the Month of Sha‘ban or the Month of Ramadan

10. Kinds of Fasts

11. Disciplines During Fasting

12. The Fasting of the Messenger of Allah, O Allah, grant compensation to Muhammad and his family worthy of their services to Your cause

13. Excellence of Fasting in the Month of Shaman, Continuing Such Fast to Connect it with the Month of Ramadan, and Three Days of Fasting Every Month

14. Breakfast before Dawn

15. The Prayer to Say During Breakfast after Sunset

16. Fasting Continuously and All the Time

17. The Case of One Who Eats or Drinks but Has Doubts About Its Taking Place before or after Dawn

18. What Is Dawn, When Does It Come and When Is It Unlawful to Eat?

19. The Case of One Who Eats, Thinking it to Be after Sunset, when It Is Not yet Sunset

20. The Time of Breaking Fast after Sunset

21. The Case of One who Eats or Drinks out of Forgetfulness During the Month of Ramadan

22. The Case of One Who Knowingly Eats or Is Involved in Carnal Relation During the Month of Ramadan

23. The Case of a Person Involved in Carnal Relations in the Form of Kissing or Foreplay

24. The Case of One Who Experiences a Wet-Dream During the Night in the Month of Ramadan or at Other Times and Does Not Shower before Dawn or It Occurs During the Night or Day

25. The Undesirability of Immersing One’s Head in Water while Fasting

26. Rinsing One’s Mouth and Nostrils while Fasting

27. The Case of a Fasting Person’s Vomiting, Nauseating or Burping

28. The Case of a Fasting Person’s Use of Bath Room and Apply Cupping

29. The Case of a Fasting Person’s Sniffling or Use of Eardrops or Enema

30. The Case of a Fasting Person’s Use of Kohl (Eye Drops or powder)

31. A Fasting Person’s Use of Tooth Brush

32. A Fasting Person’s Use of Perfumes

33. A Fasting Person’s Use of Chewing Gum

34. The Case of a Fasting Person Tasting the Salt in Cooking Pot and Chews for the Fledgling

35. The Case of a Fly or Mucus Entering the Throat of a Fasting Person

36. The Case of a Fasting Person’s Keeping a Ring, a Pebble or a Date Stone in His Mouth while Fasting

37. The Case of Seniors Who Feel Weak when Fasting

38. The Case of a Pregnant or Breastfeeding Woman Who Feels Weak when Fasting

39. The Limit of Illness That Exempts One from Fasting

40. The Case of One Who Remains 111 for Two Consecutive Months of Ramadan

41. Remedy and Compensatory Fast for the Missed Fasting During the Month of Ramadan

42. The Case of One Who Wakes up in the Morning with an Intention to Fast, but Who Does Not Do So or Vice Versa when Fasting Is a Compensatory Fast for the Missed Fast in the Month of Ramadan or Other Days

43. The Case of One Who Fasts Optionally while He Is Obligated to Make Up for Fasting of the Month of Ramadan He Has Missed

44. The Case of a Person Who Passes Away Owing Fasting of the Month of Ramadan or Other Times

45. Children’s Fasting and When They Owe Fasting

46. The Case of One Who Becomes a Muslim during the Month of Ramadan

47. Undesirability of Traveling in the Month of Ramadan

48. Undesirability (unlawfulness) of Fast on a Journey

49. The Case of One Who Fasts on a Journey out of Ignorance

50. Those Who Do or Do Not Have to Break Their Fast on a Journey

51. Optional Fasting on a Journey and Qada’ (compensatory fast) of Fasting Missed on a Journey

52. The Case of One Who Begins a Journey or Returns from a Journey in the Month of Ramadan

53. The Case of a Traveler Who Enters His Town or a Place where He Wants to Stay for Ten Days

54. The Case of One Who Involves Himself in Carnal Relations with His Wife on a Journey or Returns from a Journey in the Month of Ramadan

55. The Case of Fasting during Menses: Major or Minor One

56. The Case of One Who Owes Fasting of Two Consecutive Months but an Obstacle Prevents Him

57. Fasting As Expiation for Swearing

58. The Case of One Who Vows to Fast a Certain Day or for Thanksgiving

59. The Expiation and Ransom for Missed Fasting

60. Postponing the Three Days Fasting to Winter Months

61. Fasting on Ninth of Dhul Hajjah and on Tenth of Muharram

62. Fasting on ‘Id Days and during the Bright Days of the Month: 11, 12 and 13

63. Fasting on Memorable Days

64. The Excellence of Having Breakfast after Sunset with a Brother (in Belief)

65. The Case of Those Who Need Permission to Fast Optional Fasting

66. The Preferable Items to Use for Breakfast after Sunset

67. Ghusl (bath) in the Month of Ramadan

68. Additional Salat (prayer) in the Month of Ramadan

69. The Night of Destiny

70. Supplication during the Last Ten days of the Month of Ramadan

71. Saying Takbir (Allah Is Great Beyond Description) in the First Night of Shawwal

72. Day of ‘Id, First Day of the Month of Shawwal

73. People’s Obligation after Having Proof of the New Moon on the Day of ‘Id after Completion of Fasting

74. Rare Ahadith

75. Al-Fitrah Charity Due to Fasting

76. Al-’Ttikaf (Fasting for Three Days while Staying in a Masjid)

77. ‘1‘tikaf is not Valid without Fasting

78. Kinds of Masjid Where ’Ttikaf Is Valid

79. Minimum Limits of ’1‘tikaf

80. A Person During I’tikaf Cannot Exit the Masjid Unless it is Urgent

81. One Becomes 111, in Ptikaf or Finds Hayd (menses)

82. The Case of a Man Who Engages in Carnal Relation with His Wife During Itikaf

83. Rare Ahadith

The Book of Haj

1. The Beginning of the Stone (black stone) and the Reason for Kissing This Stone

2. The Beginning of the House and Tawaf (Walking Seven Times Around the House)

3. The First Thing of Lands that Allah Created Was the Site of the House and How Was What He First Created

4. The Hajj of Adam, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

5. The Reason for the Sacred Area and Why It Is This Much

6. Trying People and Examining Them by Means of al-Ka‘bah

7. Hajj of Ibrahim and Isma‘il, Their Building the House, Those Who Became in Charge of the House after Them

8. Hajj of the Prophets ‘Alayhim al-Salam

9. The Invasion of Tubba‘ and People of Elephant Against the House; ‘Abd al-Muttalib Digs the Well of Zamzam, Quraysh Destroys al-Ka‘bah and Rebuilds It and Hajjaj Destroys al-Ka‘bah and Rebuilds It

10. About the Words of Allah, the Most High, ’In It There Are Clear Signs’

11. The Rare Ahadith

12. Allah, the Most Majestic, the Most Glorious, Made Makkah a Sacred Place When He Created the Skies and Earth

13. About the Words of Allah, ‘Whoever Enters Therein Gains Immunity

14. Deviation from Law and Committing Crimes in Makkah

15. Displaying Arms in Makkah

16. Use of the Covering of al-Ka‘bah

17. Detestability of Taking Soil and Pebbles from the House

18. Detestability of Residing in Makkah

19. The Trees of al-Haram (the sacred area)

20. Animals that Can Be Slaughtered in al-Haram and Items that Can Be Taken Out of al-Haram

21. Hunting in al-Haram (the sacred area) and The Expiation for the Same

22. The Findings in al-Haram (the sacred area)

23. The Excellence of Looking at al-Ka‘bah

24. The Case of One Who Finds His Debtor in al-Haram (the sacred area)

25. The Case of Items Donated to al-Ka‘bah

26. The Meaning of the Words of Allah, the Most Majestic, the Most Glorious, ‘The Residents and Nonresidents Are the Same’

27. Hajj of the Holy Prophet, O Allah, grant compensation to Muhammad and his family worthy of their services to Your cause

28. The Excellence of Hajj and ‘Umrah, and the Reward Thereof

29. The Obligation of al-Hajj and al-Umrah

30. The Ability to Perform al-Hajj

31. One Procrastinates in His Duty of Performing al-Hajj

32. One Who Leaves Makkah with an Intention Not to Ever Return

33. There Is Not anything Good in Neglecting al-Hajj, and One Who Is Prevented from Performing al-Hajj Is Because of Sin

34. If People Neglect al-Hajj, Torment Will Come upon Them

35. The Rare Ahadith

36. Forcing People to Perform al-Hajj

37. One Who Is Not Able to Perform Al-Hajj by Himself, Another Person Is Readied on His Behalf (Chapter best explained by fatwas)

38. What Suffices for Hajjata al-Islam and What Does Not Suffice? (The following Chapter is best explained by fatwa).

39. The Case of One Who Does Not Perform al-Hajj within Every Five Years

40. The Case of One Who Borrows to Perform al-Hajj

41. The Extra in the Expenses of al-Hajj

42. It is Preferable to Be Ready for al-Hajj All the Time

43. The Case of a Man Who Becomes a Muslim before Having Circumcision

44. The Case of a Woman Whose Husband Prevents Her from Performing al-Hajj

45. Prayers to Say when Leaving One’s Home, and the Excellence of Charity

46. The Prayers to Say When Leaving for a Journey

47. Important Advice

48. Prayers During the Journey

49. Months of al-Hajj

50. Al-Akbar and al-Asghar al-Hajj (the Greater and Minor al-Hajj)

51. Kinds of al-Hajj

52. Obligatory Acts During Tawaf (Walking Seven Times Around the Ka‘bah)

53. Definition of al-Hajj in al-Qiran Manner

54. Explanation of al-’Ish‘ar and al-Taqlid

55. ‘Ifrad Hajj (Individual Manner of Performing al-Hajj)

56. The Case of One Who Did not have an Intention to Perform al-Hajj al-Tamattu‘ (advantageous)

57. Manner of Performing al-Hajj by the Inhabitants of Makkah and Those in Its Neighborhood

58. Manner of al-Hajj for Children and Slaves

59. The Case of a Person Who Dies During His First al-Hajj, or One Who Has Made a Will to Perform al-Hajj in His Behalf

60. The Case of a Woman who Performs al-Hajj on Behalf of a Man

61. The Case of One Who Is Hired to Perform al-Hajj in ‘Ifrad Manner But He Performs in al-Tamatu’ Manner or Begins the Journey from a Place Other Than What the Condition in the Contract Requires

62. The Case of One Who Makes a Will for al-Hajj, and It Is Performed from a Place Other than What the Will Requires, or the Will Says Something Less in al-Hajj

63. The Case of One Who Is Paid for al-Hajj but It Is Not Enough or Is Paid and He Gives It to Someone Else

64. Performing al-Hajj on Behalf of One Who Does Not Follow One’s School of Law

65. No name

66. Words That One Should Say When Performing al-Hajj on Behalf of Someone Else

67. The Case of One Who Performs al-Hajj on Behalf of Someone but Has Done So on Behalf of another Person

68. The Case of One Who Performs al-Hajj for Someone Else to Have a Share in It

69. The Rare Hadith

70. The Case of One Who Is Paid for al-Hajj and He Spends it on Other Things or Performs al-Hajj for Someone on Hire and Has Leftover from What Is Paid

71. Performing al-Hajj on Behalf of ’A’immah, ‘Alayhim al-Salam

72. The Case of One Who Performs al-Hajj on Behalf of His Relatives, Partially or Altogether

73. The Case of Allowing One’s Hairs to Grow When One Decides to Perform al-Hajj and al-Umrah

74. Mawaqit (Places Designated for Commencing) al-’Ihram

75. The Case of One Who Commences (assumes) al-’Ihram Before the Designated Place

76. The Case of One Who Passes the Designated Place for al-’Ihram or Enters Makkah Without al-’Ihram

77. Obligatory Matters to Commence al-’Ihram

78. Matters that Suffice for Ghusl (bath) for al-’Ihram and Those Which Do Not Suffice

79. Matters Permissible in the State of al-’ Ihram after Shower, Such as Perfume, Hunting and Others Before Talbiyah (Here I am O Lord, to obey Your command)

80. Salat (Prayer) for al-’Ihram, Its Commencement and Conditions

81. Chapter of al-Talbiyah (Here I am O Lord, to obey Your command)

82. Matters from Which One Must Not Do in the State of al-’Ihram, Such as Quarrelling

83. The Dress in the State of al-Thram and Detestable Dress in Such State

84. A Person in the State of al-’Ihram Uses a Belt to Secure His Purse and So On

85. Kinds of Dresses and Ornaments Permissible or Detestable for a Female Pilgrim in the State of al-’ Ihram

86. The Case of Dresses not Permissible to Use in the State of al-’Ihram, but a Pilgrim Faces an Emergency Condition

87. The Obligatory Expiation for Use of Dresses Not Permissible to Use in the State of al-’ Ihram

88. The Case of a Man who Wears a Shirt for Dress for al-’Ihram or Afterwards

89. The Case of One Who Covers His Head in the State of al-’Ihram, or His Face Intentionally or Due to Forgetfulness

90. Use of Shadow in the State of al-’Ihram

91. In the State of al-’Ihram, One Must Not Dive in Water

92. Use of Perfumes in the State of al-’Ihram

93. Items Detestable to Use in the State of al-’Ihram

94. Treatment of Patients in the State of al-’Ihram, Such as Wounds and So On

95. The Case of Drawing Blood, Cutting Nails or Hair while in the Sate of al-’ Ihram

96. The Case of One’s Throwing Insects Away from His Body when in the state of Ihram

97. Things, Which Can Be Killed, and the Obligatory Expiation for It

98. The Case of One Who in the State of al-’Ihram Slaughters an Animal or Finds Grass for His Transporting Animal

99. Disciplines to Maintain in the State of al-’Ihram

100. The Case of One Who Dies in the State of al-’Ihram

101. The Case of al-Mahsur (Prevented) and al-Masdud (Confined)(Those Prevented from Performing al-Hajj Due to Illness and So On or by Authorities)

102. The Case of One Who Gets Married, Divorces and Buys or Sells Slaves

103. The Case of One Who Involves in Carnal Relations with His Wife Before Completing the Acts of His al-Hajj

104. The Case of One Who Kisses His Wife or Looks at Her With or Without Lust, or Looks at Someone Else

105. The Case of One Who Involves Himself in Carnal Relations with his Wife in the State of al-’Ihram after Completing Some Acts of al-Hajj

106. Prohibition on Hunting and the Rules About It in the State of al-’Ihram, in the Sacred or Non-Sacred Area

107. The Case of One Who Faces an Emergency to Hunt or Use of Carcasses

108. The Case of One Who Hunts in the State of al-’Ihram, the Expiation and Its Place

109. Expiation for Hunting Wild Animals in the State of al-’ Ihram

110. Expiation for Harming Birds and Eggs in the State of al-’Ihram

111. The Case of Several People Hunting One Prey in the State of al-’ Ihram

112. The Differences in Hunting on Land and in the Sea and Lawful Hunting in the State of al-’ Ihram

113. The Case of One Who Hunts Several Times in the State of al-’Ihram

114. The Case of One Who Hunts in the Sacred Area in the State of al-’ Ihram

115. The Rare Ahadith

116. Entering the Sacred Area

117. The Point Where One Discontinues Talbiyah (Here I am, O Lord, to obey Your command)

118. Entering Makkah

119. Entering Masjid al-Haram (the Sacred Masjid)

120. Prayers in Front of the Black Stone and During Touching the Same

121. Feeling and Touching (of al-Ka‘bah)

122. The Crowded Situation Around the Black Stone

123. Performing Tawaf and Touching the Corners

124. Al-Multazam and Prayers Near This Place

125. Excellence of Tawaf

126. Is Salat (Prayer) or Tawaf More Excellent?

127. Limits of Space for Performing Tawaf

128. The Manner of Walking to Perform Tawaf Around the Ka‘bah

129. The Case of One Who Stands in Need of Something During Tawaf, or Something Affects Him

130. The Case of One Who Becomes Tired during Tawaf, or Salat (Prayer) Commences during His Tawaf or It Becomes Time for Salat (Prayer) during his Tawaf

131. The Case of Mistakes During Tawaf

132. The Case of Joining Two Tawaf

133. The Case of One Who Cuts His Tawaf Short Before Reaching the Black Stone

134. The Case of One Who Performs Tawaf Without Wudu’

135. The Case of One Who Commences al-Sa‘y Before Tawaf or Performs Tawaf but Delays al-Sa‘y

136. The Case of Tawaf of One Suffering from an Illness and One Who Is Carried by Someone Else for Tawaf

137. Two Rak‘at salat (Prayer) after Tawaf; the Time for and Recitation of It and Prayers

138. Mistakes During Two Rak‘at Salat (Prayer) After Tawaf

139. The Rare Ahadith about Tawaf

140. Touching the Black Stone after Performing Two Rak‘at Salat (Prayer), Drinking Water of Zamzam Before Leaving for al-Safa’ and al-Marwah

141. Standing at al-Safa’ and Prayers

142. Sa‘y Between al-Safa’ and al-Marwah and the Prayers to Say

143. The Case of One Who Begins from al-Marwah or Makes Mistakes During Sa‘y Between the Two Places

144. Resting or Riding During Sa‘y

145. The Case of One Who Discontinues Sa‘y for Salat (Prayer) or Performs Sa‘y Without Wudu

146. Taqsir (Trimming something from One’s Hair or Nails After Completing Sa‘y) of One Who Is for al-Hajj al-Tamattu‘ (advantageous) and Coming Out of the State of Ihram

147. The Case of One Who Forgets Taqsir until Talbiyah (Here I Am, O Lord, to obey Your command) for al-Hajj or Shaves His Head or Has Carnal Relations with His Wife

148. The Case of One Performing al-Tamattu‘ al-Hajj Who Needs to Go Out of Makkah after His Coming Out of the State of Ihram

149. The Limits of Time for Performing al-Hajj al-Tamattu

150. The Case of Ihram of Women Experiencing Menses

151. The Obligations of Woman Experiencing Menses During the Acts of Her al-Hajj

152. The Case of Woman Who Experiences Menses After Entering Tawaf

153. The Case of Women Performing Tawaf with the Condition of Istihadah

154. The Rare Ahadith

155. Treatment for Women Experiencing Menses

156. Prayer About Menses

157. Assuming the State of Ihram on the Day of al-Tarwiyah (8th of Dhu al-Hajjah)

158. When to Walk on Foot for al-Hajj and When to Ride Transporting Animals

159. The Case of Performing Tawaf of al-Hajj of al-Tamattu 4 Before Going Out to Mina

160. Performing Tawaf Before Going to Mina in the Case of One Who Performs al-Mufrid al-Hajj

161. Leaving for Mina

162. Camping in Mina and Its Boundaries

163. Departure from Mina to ‘Arafat and Its Boundaries

164. The Time to Discontinue Talbiyah (Here I Am, O Lord, to obey Your command)

165. Staying in ‘Arafat and Its Boundaries

166. Departure from ‘Arafat

167. The Night at al-Muzdalifah, Staying in al-Mash‘ar, Departing It and Its Limits

168. Walking Faster (Running Slowly) in Muhassar Valley

169. The Case of One Who Does Not Know About Staying in Al-Mash‘ar

170. The Case of One Who Departs Al-Muzdalifah In Haste Before Dawn

171. The Case of One Who Misses Al-Hajj

172. Pebbles for Al-Jamarat, the Quantity of Pebbles and the Place to Collect Them

173. The Day of Offering Sacrifice, Beginning Throwing Pebbles and Its Excellence

174. Throwing Pebbles During the Bright Days (11, 12 and 13 of Dhu al-Hajjah)

175. The Case of One Who Throws Pebbles Improperly, or Throws Less or More

176. The Case of One Who Forgets Throwing Pebbles or Is Ignorant

177. The Case of Pebbles and a Person Suffering Illness, Children and a Person Riding

178. The Days of al-Nahr (slaughtering the offering, 10th of Dhu al-Hajjah) offering Sacrifice

179. The Least That Is Enough for a Sacrifice

180. The Obligation of Offering Sacrifice and the Place Where It Should Be Slaughtered

181. Preferable Matters About offering Sacrifice, Permissible and Non-Permissible Matters

182. The Case of a Sacrificial Animal Used for Transportation That Gives Birth or Milk

183. The Case of Sacrificial Animal Destroyed Before Offering and Using Its Meat for Food

184. For How Many People One Camel or Cow Is an Enough Offering

185. Manner of Slaughtering

186. Using the Meat of the Offering for Food, Giving as Charity and Taking Out of Mina

187. The Hide of the Offering Animals

188. Shaving and Trimming One’s Nails or Hair

189. The Case of One Who Mixes up the Order of the Acts of Al-Hajj, (Like Performing Tawaf of Ziyarat Before Shaving One’s Head)

190. The Prohibited Matters that Become Lawful for One after Shaving and Before Performing Tawaf of Ziyarat

191. The Obligation of Fasting for One Who Performs al-Hajj al-Tamattu’ but Cannot Find an Offering

192. Tawaf of Ziyarat and Taking Ghusl (bath)

193. Tawaf al-Nisa’ (Tawaf of Women)

194. The Case of One Who Spends the Nights in Mina

195. Coming to Makkah after Ziyarat for Tawaf

196. Takbir (Allah Is Great Beyond Description) During the Bright Days, 11, 12 and 13 of Dhu al-Hajjah

197. Performing Salat (Prayer) in the Masjid of Mina and Who Is Obligated to Perform Salat (prayer) in Full or in Short Form

198. Departure from Mina the First and the Last

199. Disembarking at al-Hasabah

200. Performing Salat (prayer) in Complete Form in the Two Sacred Places

201. Excellence of Performing Salat (Prayer) in Masjid al-Haram (the Sacred Masjid) and the Best Place Therein

202. Entering the Ka‘bah

203. Saying Farewell to the House

204. Optional Charity When Leaving Makkah

205. The Acts of Obligatory al-’Umrah

206. Al-Mabtulah (Separate) al-’Umrah

207. Al-Mabtulah (Separate, without al-Hajj) al-Umrah During the Months of al-Hajj

208. The Months in Which Al-’Umrah Is Preferable and the Case of One Who Assumes the State of Ihram in One Month and Comes Out of Such State in another Month

209. Discontinuation of Talbiyah (Here I Am, O Lord, to obey Your command) in the State of Ihram and What One Should Do

210. The Case of One Who During Al-’Umrah Is Involved in Carnal Relations With His Wife and the Expiation Therefor

211. The Case of One Who Sends an Offering Animal Voluntarily but Himself Stays at Home

212. The Rare Ahadith

213. Visiting the Holy Prophet, O Allah, grant compensation to Muhammad and his family worthy of their services to Y our cause

214. Al-Hajj Followed by Pilgrimage (Visits)

215. Returning to al-Madinah

216. Entering al-Madinah, Visiting the Holy Prophet and Prayer Near His Grave

217. The Pulpit, al-Rawdah and the Station of the Holy Prophet, O Allah grant salawat (favors and compensation to Muhammad and his family worthy of their services to Your cause)

218. The Station of Jibril ‘ Alayhi al-Salam

219. The Virtue of Staying in al-Madinah, Fasting and Performing I‘tikaf Near the Pillars

220. Visiting Al-Baqi

221. Visiting the Shrines and Graves of Martyrs

222. Farewell to the Gravesite of the Holy Prophet May Allah Grant Salawat (Favors and Compensation to Muhammad and His Family Worthy of Their Services to His Cause)

223. Sanctity of al-Madinah

224. Mu‘arras of the Holy Prophet

225. Masjid of Ghadir Khum

226. Another Chapter Related to Previous Matters

227. Statements to be Made Near the Gravesite of ’Amir al-Mu’minin, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

228. Another Dua at the grave of Ameer al-Mumineen

229. The Place of the Head of Imam al-Husayn, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

230. Visiting the Gravesite of abu ‘Abd Allah, al-Husayn ibn Ali, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

231. Words to Say near the Gravesite of abu al-Hassan, Musa, and abu Ja’far the 2nd, ‘Alayhi al-Salam and the Minimum of What to Say before Every one of Them

232. The Virtue of and Reward for Visiting the Gravesites of ’A’immah, ‘Alayhim al-Salam

233. The Virtue and Excellence of Visiting abu ‘Abd Allah, al-Husayn, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

234. The Excellence and Virtue of Visiting Abu Al-Hassan, Musa, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

235. Excellence and Virtue of Visiting abu al-Hassan, al-Rida, ‘Alayhi al-Salam

236. On Issues Related to Visiting

237. The Rare Ahadith