3 kinds of Hajj (Qiraan, Tamattu & Ifraad Hajj)
A Qiraan Hajj refers to a person donning the Ihraam with the intention of performing Umrah and Hajj with one Ihraam during the months and days of Hajj; i.e. even after performing Umrah, the person will remain in Ihraam until Hajj is performed.
A Tamattu’ Hajj refers to a person donning the Ihraam with the intention of performing Umrah and Hajj with two Ihraams during the months and days of Hajj; i.e. after performing Umrah, the person will come out of Ihraam and will don the Ihraam for the second time to perform Hajj.
An Ifraad Hajj refers to a person donning the Ihraam with the intention of performing only Hajj during the months and days of Hajj.
It is permissible for Aafaaqis (everyone who resides outside of the Meeqat), to perform the Qiraan, Tamattu’ and Ifraad Hajj.
According to Hanafi School
It is more virtuous to perform a Qiraan Hajj (provided one is able to abide by the laws of Ihraam) then a Tamattu’ Hajj and then an Ifraad Hajj respectively.
However, a resident of Makkah Mukarramah may only perform an Ifraad Hajj. (Muallimul Hujjaaj 97)
In a Qiraan and Tamattu’ Hajj (an Umrah and Hajj performed in one Ihraam and two Ihraams respectively), one Damm-e-Shukr is Waajib (necessary). In the case of an Ifraad Hajj (a Hajj performed in one Ihraam only), one Damm-e-Shukr is Mustahab (preferable). (Imdaadul Fataawa 2/197)
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