Here’s what the Kaaba looks like from inside


Eid-ul-Adha, Hajj or Kaaba point us towards universal brotherhood in Islam. It directs us away from our petty sectarian differences and directs us to the sea that is common between us

Hajj 2018 began in the evening of Sunday, August 19 and ends in the evening of Friday, August 24. It should be a time to meditate on the universal brotherhood in Islam, rather than bragging rights of our particular sect. Ameen

Source: The Express Tribune

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The structure that stands high in the middle of Makkah’s Masjid Al-Haram is the Holy Kaaba — the most sacred site in Islam. Considered the ‘House of Allah’, Muslims the world over turn towards it when praying. But have you ever wondered what it looks like from inside? The area, that doesn’t exceed 180 square metres, contains three wooden columns which hold the Kaaba’s ceiling.


Categories: Asia, Hajj, Hajj, Highlight, Saudi Arabia

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