Moon will be on the top of Kaaba tonight; if you are lucky enough to be there tonight, you will look at Mood right on the top of Makkah; it happens once a year.
Muslims offering Salah at Masjid Al Hara in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, will be lucky enough to see the moon above the Kaaba; this happens once every year.
A rare celestial event will occur tonight as the moon rises over Mecca. Once a year, the “Tisamut” lunar phenomenon will line up with the Kaaba, the revered shrine at the center of the holy city.
The “Tisamut” moon will be in line with the Kaaba for just this one time this year during the alignment. The event, which is anticipated to take place tonight, is eagerly anticipated by astronomers and amateur astronomers alike.
People worldwide have been interested in the event; many have traveled to Mecca to see the extraordinary occurrence. Online live streams of the event will be accessible for those unable to travel.
The “Tisamut” moon, also called the “yellow crescent moon,” received this name because of its recognizable yellowish hue. In many cultures, it represents holiness and spirituality and is frequently connected to the holy month of Ramadan.
This alignment serves as a reminder of the Kaaba’s profound spiritual significance and position within the Islamic religion. It is also evidence of nature’s strength and the cosmos’ splendor.
Let us consider the majesty of the cosmos and the astonishing power of the divine as we witness this extraordinary event.
This marvel happens once every year… Muslims at the Grand Mosque will have the capacity to see the moon ideal above them today around evening time.