BONSERNEWS.com – In general, the tradition of visiting graves has been carried out by Indonesian people for a long time. Z
Grave pilgrimage is carried out for relatives, friends, family, and parents.
In Islam, visiting the graves is included in the form of one’s devotion to one’s parents by praying for both of them during the pilgrimage.
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This was even recommended by the Prophet Muhammad SAW.
From Buraidah bin Al-Hashib, Rasulullah SAW said:
“I (Rasulullah) used to forbid you to visit graves, and now make pilgrimages.” (HR Muslim, Ahmad, & Nasa’i)
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In another hadith, the following is the sound of the words of the Prophet SAW,
فَمَنْ أَرَادَ أَنْ يَزُورَ فَلْيَزُرْ، وَلَا تَقُولُوا هُجْرًا
Meaning: “Whoever wants to make a pilgrimage, let him make a pilgrimage, and don’t say rain.” (Muslim HR)
The meaning of hujran is utterance of vanity, as explained by Shaykh Abdurrazaq bin Abdul Muhsin Al-Badr through the Fiqh of Prayer and Dhikr Volume 2.
Examples include asking grave experts, asking for help from those who have died, tawasul, and things like that.
When visiting the graves of parents, there are a number of prayers that can be said.