In the name of Allah the most beneficent, the most merciful. Praise be to Allah, the creator, the sustainer, the cherisher, the most compassionate, the most gracious, and the most forgiving. And all things in existence will return to him.
There are several organizations worldwide offering Hajj, Umrah & Ziaraat tours. Major Ziaraat, Corp. is different in its nature …
The founder and chief organizer, Syed Hasnain Raza’s mother, Shabih Raza passed away in United States on May 08, 2012. Her human remains were flown to Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf, Iraq and laid to rest in Wadi-us-Salaam in close proximity to Imam Ali (a.s.) shrine. Upon returning from Iraq, Mr. Raza, along with his sister, Rizwana Raza Hussain and his brother Syed Shezor Raza, established Major Ziaraat, Corp. in the State of New Jersey in June 2012.
The organization and this website is dedicated to the loving memory of their beloved mother and the sole purpose is, esaal-e-sawab and sadqa-e-jaria for their parents, Syed Ghulam Raza Shah and Shabih Raza.
Major Ziaraat, Corp.’s mission is to help people around the world to visit the holy, pious and most sacred places on earth. No personal financial gains are made from this operation. Seeking the profit only from Allah (swt), Panjtan Pak (a.s.) and Chaharda Masoomeen (a.s.).
Please recite Sura-e-Fateha for their parents and for all of your Marhoomeen.
Syed Ghulam Raza Shah, S/O Syed Gul Haider Shah
Shabih Raza, D/O Syed Abbas Hussain Jafri
Imam Jafar Sadiq (a.s.) reveals,
'When a person intends for ziarat of Imam Husain (a.s.) and departs from his house, then 700 angels accompany him from above, below, right, left, front and behind. They are with him till he reaches his lodging place in Karbala. When he performs ziarat of Imam Husain (a.s.), a caller announces - 'All your sins have been forgiven and now you can begin your actions afresh.' These 700 angels accompany him on his way back home. Till the time he is alive the angels visit him. They visit Imam Husain's shrine daily and the reward of their ziarat is recorded in the name of the visitor.'
(Kamiluz Ziaraat, Page 190)