LIVING HADIS DALAM TRADISI ZIARAH DAN BERSIH KUBUR DI DESA MAJAPURA, PURBALINGGA
Living Islam Journal of Islamic Discourses
This paper discusses the dimensions of the pilgrimage tradition that is commonly practiced by the community. Pilgrimage is not only seen as an activity to pray for people who have died, but in it there are varied moral values. There are no specific time provisions for making pilgrimages. However, it is different from the Majapura village community who make the pilgrimage at the end of the sya'ban month (before Ramadan). Uniquely, they do this together and at the same time do community service
... community service by cleaning the tomb. Based on these phenomena, this study aims to reveal the motives and values of the practice of tomb pilgrimage using the method of phenomenological analysis of Edmund Husserl. The practice of pilgrimage and cleansing of the grave carried out by the Majapura community is part of an awareness of intentionality directed at one behavior that is in accordance with religious advice. From this awareness, the purpose of pilgrimage and tomb clean was addressed to cleanse the soul, remember death (dzikr al-maut) and others, mentioned above. While the transcendental essence that is around it is a sense of caring, compassion, empathy, and sincerity in worship.