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1 Shi'a are frequent visitors of this mosque for ziyarat.
2 Druze make pilgrimages to this site on the holiday of Ziyarat al-Nabi Shu'ayb.
3 On 13 December 1925, a law was passed closing all the tekkes (dervish lodges) and zāwiyas (chief dervish lodges), and the centres of veneration to which visits (ziyārat) were made.
4 Although the practice is frowned upon by the Saudis, many pilgrims continue to practice a ziyarat—a ritual visit—to the tomb.
5 Sufis often visit the shrine for ziyarat, a term associated with religious visits and pilgrimages.
6 Muslims visit his rawdhah in what is known as Ziyarat at least once in their lifetime, although this is not obligatory.
7 It all started from the fact that the great distance of India from Karbala prevented Indian Shi'is being buried near the tomb of Husayn or making frequent pilgrimages (ziyarat) to the tomb.
8 The commemoration of Husayn has become a national holiday and different ethnic and religious communities participate in it. Husayn's grave became the most visited place of ziyarat for Shi'as. A pilgrimage to Husayn's shrine in Karbala is said to have the merit of a thousand pilgrimages to Mecca, of a thousand martyrdoms, and of a thousand days fasting.
9 Shi'a have an important book about Husayn which is called Ziyarat Ashura.
10 Shia pilgrims usually go to Mashad Ali in Najaf for Ziyarat, pray there and read "Ziyarat Amin Allah" or other Ziyaratnamehs.
11 In addition there is an important ziyarat book, the Ziyarat Ashura about Husayn ibn Ali.
12 In the Shia sect, it is popular to read this ziyarat on this date.