Document Type : ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE

Authors

1 Department of English Language Translation, Faculty of English Language, Mofid University, Qom, Iran, and MA of Quran Interpretation and Studies

2 Department of Economics, Faculty of Art and Social Sciences, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan, and PhD in Religious Studies

Abstract

SUBJECT AND OBJECTIVES: The subject of this research is to explain the philosophy of pilgrimage of the Holy Prophets and infallible people and its effect on giving meaning to human life. In this regard, the purpose of this article is to achieve a comprehensive knowledge of the category of pilgrimage, philosophy of pilgrimage and its role and impact on contemporary human life.
METHOD AND FINDING: In order to achieve the main subject and achieve the objectives of the research, with the method of qualitative research of the type of library studies and reviewing documents, verses and narrations and rational reasons, an attempt was made to process the research problem. The research findings also confirm the positive approach to the category of pilgrimage and the philosophy of pilgrimage and its positive role in giving meaning to human life.
CONCLUSION: At the end of the article and in conclusion, it was concluded that the category of pilgrimage from a religious and intellectual point of view is a matter of approval and those who go on pilgrimage, understand its material and spiritual effects in their lives. In this article, each of these topics has been thoroughly studied and verses and narrations have been used in them. 

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