Having finished his survey of the lake, Captain Bonneville proceeded on his journey, until on the banks of the Bear River, some distance higher up, he came upon the party which he had detached a year before, to circumambulate
the Great Salt Lake, and ascertain its extent, and the nature of its shores.
the city of a dreamy Sabbath afternoon.
I shall continue in the proper direction, if I have to circumambulate
the continent of Africa to reach my destination.
This poem, about the poet's mother and her own treacherous journey as a refugee from Syria to Germany, imagines the mother as a safe harbor in a sea that offers only storms and false hope to overcrowded boats of migrants, likened to pilgrims on hajj as they circumambulate
Before leaving Mecca, pilgrims return to Al-Masjid Al-Haram and circumambulate
the Kaaba seven times for "the farewell tawaf.
Arab News Muslim pilgrims sit and circumambulate
around the Kaaba, the cubic building at the Grand Mosque, ahead of the annual Hajj pilgrimage in the Muslim holy city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia on Monday.
Up to 107,000 worshippers can circumambulate
the Kaaba at any time.
There is an apocryphal Tibetan story of a fly that lands on a piece of cow dung being carried away by running water that accidently circumambulate
a stupa three times.
During the hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca), Muslims circumambulate
the Ka'aba (the most sacred site in Islam) seven times.
Three late-'60s cups--one with three legs, another with an emerald frog grasping its base, and a third with a snail poised to circumambulate
it--together highlighted differentiation within a standardized format.
NNA - Pilgrims to Mecca are expected to cast the last of their seven pebbles at Satan's stele before proceeding to circumambulate
the black cubic-shaped structure of al-Kaaba and by possibly touching the stone enshrined at its southernmost eastern corner today (Saturday).
They will then return to the Grand Mosque in Makkah to circumambulate
seven times around the Kaaba and perform Sa'I that is ninth of the obligations of Hajj.