By Staff Desk
Cover of Kaaba looks very aesthetically pleasing but most of us wonder what is written on it as the calligraphy is done in Arabic.
Saudi authorities have reopened the Holy Kaaba for Tawaf to be performed in the Mataaf area in Masjid al Haram, but with some restrictions.
Saudi Police arrested 20 people from a building who were making Fake Kiswa (Holy Kaaba Cover) and were selling it a higher price tag.
The Muslim people are well aware of the high value and
respect which the Holy Haram, normally called as Holy Kaaba possess in our
hearts. It is the main religious center for Muslims; it is the house of Allah
and towards its direction, prayers are performed.
The Holy Kaaba, the House of Allah (SWT) is considered to be the stone of foundation for Islam. A huge amount of Muslims, approximately millions, gather every year to visit the Holy Place situated in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Qibla is meant to be changed from Jerusalem to Makkah.
Hazzaa Al Mansoori is the first UAE astronaut to enter space this week. As he goes high up in the space, Hazza shared the beautiful picture of Masjid al-Haram from the International space station.
If you look
at the Rukn Yamani of the Kaaba, you will see a big crack on Kaaba. Ever
throught, why is there a big crack on the Holy Kaaba? There are mixed views
about it, we at The Islamic Information decided to tell all the views related
to this phenomenon.
You must have noticed the 8 pieces located at the right side of the door of Holy Kaaba. That is the thing called Alabaster stone and about 200 years ago these marbles were stolen and these are 5 facts about it.
A blind person was visiting Kaaba for the first time, and all of a sudden he got his eyesight back, is one of the miracles you will see in this year.
Kaaba is the most beloved and sacred place for the Muslims as it is being told as the house of Allah. Million of Muslims every year from different parts of the world visit Masjid Al Haram to pray and worship the one and only true God, Allah. These are 9 astonishing Facts About Kaaba.