Dear Brothers & Sisters Muslims! There are three ways to perform Hajj:
Hajj Al-Tamatt'u : “Interrupted”
Hajj Al-Qiran : “Combined”
Hajj Al-Ifrad : “Single”
This means entering into Ihram for the 'Umrah during the months of Hajj i.e. the months of Shawal, Dhul-Qidah and the first then days of Dhul-Hijah; to take off Ihram after performing the 'Umrah; and then take Ihram again for the hajj from Makkah on 8th of Dhul-Hijjah during the same year in which the 'Umrah was performed.
This denotes entering into Ihram for both the 'Umrah and the hajj at the same time, not taking off the Ihram until Day of Sacrifice “10th of Dhul-Hijjah” Alternatively, one may first enter into Ihram for 'Umrah; and before starting cne's (Tawaaf) may opt for the intention of Ihram and for the hajj as well.
This signifies donning Ihram for the hajj either form the prescribed Station of Ihram (Al-Miqat), from Makkah if some one resides there, or from a place in between Al-Miqat and Makkah in the event that one has brought a sacrificial animal with him, and to remain in Ihram until the Day of Sacrifice. If one has not brought an animal for sacrifice, he is required  to come out of Ihram after performing 'Umrah; i.e. he makes  has Tawa’f of Ka'bah, performs the (Sa'ye) - running between Safa and Marwah, cuts some of his hair then comes out of Ihram, resuming his usual clothing and state. This is what the Prophet (peace be upon him) prescribed for those people who had entered into Ihram for the hajj without bringing a sacrificial animal; they then re-entered into Ihram on the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah – the same applies to a person who is performing hajj al-Qiran in the event that he has not brought with him an animal to sacrifice; it is required that he comes out of Ihram after the 'Umrah as described above. In case, you are performing Hajj Al-Ifrad or Hajj Al-Qiran (Hajj combined with 'Umrah'), you enter into Ihram at the Station of Ihram (Al-Miqat) through which you pass on your way to Makkah and if you don’t pass through any Station of Ihram while going towards Makkah, and you have to enter into Ihram at your residence.In case, you are performing hajj Al-Tamatt'u (Interrupted Hajj), you enter into Ihram for hajj from your residence in Makkah on the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah. Perform ghusal (shower or washing of the entire body), perfumed you if possible, and put on the two garments of Ihram. This applies to men. Women likewise perform ghusal but are not to use perfume. They may wear any suitable clothes they have as long as they do not show their adornments and cover every part of their bodies excepting the hands and face. For women, if she is in the presence of other men who are not her immediate relatives like husband, father, brother, or son then she should cover her face and then after putting on Ihram make your niyyay (intention) by Saying:
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  "Labbayka, Allahumma Labbayka La Shareeka laka Labbayk Innal-hamda wan-na'imata laka Wal-mulk La shreeka lak"

“Here I am at you service. O Lord! Here I am Here I am. No partner do you have. Here I am, truly, the praise and the favor is yours, and the dominion. No partner do you have”
You then proceed to Mina, where you pray the Dhuhar, 'Asar, Maghrab, 'Isha and Fajar prayers at appropriate timings, shortening prayers of four Ra'kats to two Ra'kats. So don’t combine these prayers.
When the sun has risen on the 9th Dhul-Hijjah, proceed towards 'Arafat' in a dignified manner and without harming your fellow pilgrims, at 'Arafat' pray the Dhuhar and Asar prayers, shortened and combined at the time of Dhuhar with one adhan and two iqamahs. Make sure that you are within the boundaries of 'Arafat'. Stay within the boundaries of 'Arafat', except the valley of (Oranah, reciting the praise of Allah the Most High, and offering supplications facing Qiblah with upraised hands. as was the practice of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and remain at 'Arafat' until after sunset.
When the sun set, proceed toward Muzdalifah in a peaceful and dignified manner, reciting Talbiyyah. Do not harm or cause any discomfort to your fellow Muslims. When you arrive at Muzdalifah pray the Maghrib and Isha prayers combined, shortening 'Isha' to two Ra'kats. Stay at Muzdalifah until you have prayed the Fajar prayer. Then wait until the brightness of the morning is wide spread, supplicate facing Qiblah with upraised hands, following the practice of the Prophet (peace be upon him)
For women's or weak individuals, it is permissible to proceed to Mina at any time after midnight. In Muzdhalifah, pick up only seven pebbles to throw at the Stone Pillar of Aqabah. Other pebbles can be picked up at Mina; there is no harm even if the seven pebbles to be thrown at the Stone Pillar of 'Aqabah' are also picked up at Mina.
When you arrive at Mina, do the following:
  At the Stone Pillar of ‘Aqabah’ throw the seven pebbles one after the other, saying "Allahu-Akbar" at each throws.
  If you are required to sacrifice, slaughter your sacrificial animal you are to eat some of its meat and distribute the major part of it to the needy.
  Shave your head or cut some hair from it. Shaving is preferable for men, while for women the length of hair to be cut is that of a fingertip.
  The above-mentioned order of doing things is preferred; however, if they are done in some other order, there is no harm in it.  Once after you have thrown the pebbles and shaved or cut some of your hair, the prohibitions of Ihram are lifted, excepting the prohibition of sexual intercourse with your spouse. This is the first tahallul, i.e., returning to normal state. You are now to wear your usual clothes.
Then you go to Makkah and perform the Tawaf Al-Ifadah (an essential part of the Hajj). If you are doing hajj Al-Tammt'u, you also perform Sa'ye. If you are performing Hajj Al-Ifrad or Hajj Al-Qiran and you did not perform Sa'ye with Tawaf Al-Qudum (Tawaf of Arrival), you must do Sa'ye now. After this, the prohibition of marital relations is also lifted and you return to a completely normal life, it is permissible to delay the tawaf Al-Ifadah until the days spent at Mina are over, going to Makkah for this Tawaf after all three pillars have been stoned.
After performing your Tawaf Al-Ifadah in the Day of Sacrifice, return to Mina and spend there the nights preceding the 11th, 12th, and 13th of Dhul-Hijjah (three days following the Day of Sacrifice which are known as Ayyam-Ul-Tashreeq). It is however, permissible to spend only two nights in Mina instead of three.
At any time in the afternoon of each of the two or three days of your stay in Mina, stone each of the three pillars, starting with the first Pillar i.e. (the one which is farthest from Makkah), followed by the middle Pillar and lastly the Pillar of 'Aqabah. Throw seven pebbles, one by one at each of these pillars, saying "Allahu-Akbar" at each throw. If you stay in Mina for only two days, you must leave Mina before the sun sets on the second day. If the sun should set before you are able to depart, remain in Mina for the third night and throw pebbles again the next day. In any case, it is preferable to remain in Mina for three nights. It is permissible for the sick and the weak to appoint a proxy to throw their pebbles. The proxy first throws his own pebbles, followed by the pebbles of the person he represents while at the same pillar.
Its time to decide to return to your country after completing the rites of hajj. You perform the Farewell Tawaf (Tawaf Al-Wida) before leaving Makkah. No one is excused from this except women who are menstruating or in the period of discharge following childbirth.
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