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1444H / 2023


Hajj Badal is the term used for performing Hajj on behalf of others who are not physically fit due to critical illness or have passed on.

Latest Update As At 26 May 2022: Due to the surge in the operating costs of Hajj Badal 2022, we will not be accepting any orders this year. Feel free to register your interest and we will contact you in the near future when costs have stabilized.


*The items issued as part of the Hajj Badal package listed below are subjected to change. We will update once confirmed in due time.


Certificate of Hajj Badal

Will be issued with the name of person for Hajj Badal.


Zam Zam Holy Water 5L

Imported from Makkah Al Mukarramah will be given.


Wakaf Al-Quran Al-Karim

1 copy will be donated in the Grand Mosque, Makkah Al Mukarramah 


Please note that the estimated price this year can reach up to $5,000 – $6,000. Register your interest and we will contact you once it has been confirmed.

Guidelines for Hajj Badal

  1. This person must have passed on or is critically ill.
  2. It’s best that this service is paid from the wealth of the deceased that was left behind.
  3. The family must have the financial means to do so after paying off all the debts of the deceased.
  4. The cost of Hajj Badal cannot be more than 1/3 the cost of an actual person going for Hajj.
  5. The one performs Hajj Badal on behalf of the deceased must have performed Hajj before.

For $X,XXX


In any unforeseen circumstances, that the Hajj Badal is unable to be performed, you can request for a full refund or carry it forward to the next year.


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