"Millions of people from around the world will be able to experience and comment on the event by tuning in via video," the Google-owned video-sharing site said in a blog post.
The live-stream from Mecca is located at youtube.com/hajjlive. YouTube said it was being produced in cooperation with the Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information.
According to the Consulate General of India, a total of 1,24,948 pilgrims have arrived from India. 1,24,882 are in Mecca and 3 pilgrims are in Madina. So far 435 flights have come from India. Around 2.5 million pilgrims are expected to have performed Hajj this year.