Ziarat means visiting historic Islamic places around the world. The word is specifically used in the Middle East context and most Muslim travelers visit these places, as part of their Umrah journeys or separately.
Lately, the travels have been going beyond Middle East, actually even east in general. In addition to the three mosques accepted by all Muslims as holy sites, Shia Muslims consider sites associated with Muhammad, his family members (Ahl al-Bayt) and descendants (including the Shia Imams), their companions, and the Prophets as holy places. After Mecca and Medina, Najaf and Karbala are the most revered by Shias.
Seasons of Ziarat start early in the Islamic year (Moharram) with first ten days spent in Iran, Iraq and Syria. People also go to Jordan, Turkey and most of all Saudi Arabia for Ziarat. These are an important and, with most pilgrims and integral part of their Hajj and Umrah packages.
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