Khitan is one of the teachings in Islam specifically intended for males. The term "khitan" itself, derived from the Arabic word "Khatnun," means to cut the foreskin or the front part of the male genitalia. The purpose of khitan is to prevent the accumulation of impurities in the genital area and protect individuals from diseases.
During the khitan ceremony, individuals often observe their own traditions. For example, in Indonesia, a celebration called "walimatul khitan" is held after a male child undergoes khitan. This celebration involves festivities and is accompanied by the recitation of prayers for the newly circumcised child.
Here is an explanation of what walimatul khitan entails, along with the accompanying prayer, as compiled by Dream from various sources.
Khitan is a religious obligation in Islam for every male child. This is explained in a hadith narrated by Imam Muslim, which states: "Abu Bakar bin Abu Syaibah, Amru an-Naqid, and Zuhair bin Harb, all narrated from Sufyan. Abu Bakar said, Ibnu Uyainah narrated to us from az-Zuhri, from Sa'id bin al-Musayyab, from Abu Hurairah, from the Prophet ﷺ, he said, 'There are five acts that are part of the fitrah (natural disposition): circumcision, shaving the pubic hair, trimming the nails, plucking the armpit hair, and trimming the mustache.
Dewi's Wedding is pleased to offer a comprehensive package for Walimatul Khitan celebrations in Jakarta and Bekasi. Similar to a wedding, a Walimatul Khitan ceremony often involves a large number of guests and requires various arrangements to ensure a memorable event. Our package includes catering services, beautiful room decoration adorned with vibrant floral arrangements, circumcision attire for the child, attire for the parents and committee members, music entertainment, a professional Master of Ceremony (MC), and photography and videography services.
For your convenience, Dewi's Wedding has chosen the prestigious TANRI ABENG UNIVERSITY as the venue for the Walimatul Khitan ceremony. Located at Jl. Swadarma Raya No.58, Ulujami, Kec. Pesanggrahan, South Jakarta, Special Capital Region of Jakarta 12250, this spacious and well-equipped venue provides a comfortable and accommodating setting for your special occasion.
We are excited to celebrate your child's Walimatul Khitan on Thursday, July 6, 2023, at TANRI ABENG UNIVERSITY. Our team will be dedicated to assisting you in creating a memorable and joyous event that will be cherished by your family and guests.
At Dewi's Wedding, we understand the significance of this religious milestone and strive to ensure a seamless and enjoyable experience for you and your loved ones. Our professional staff will work closely with you to tailor the celebration according to your preferences, ensuring that every aspect of the event reflects your vision and cultural traditions.
To inquire about our Walimatul Khitan package or to make a reservation for your upcoming celebration, please contact Dewi's Wedding at [insert contact information]. We look forward to being part of your child's special day and creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
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