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Masjid Al Haram


Makkah is not just a city; it's a spiritual epicenter that pulsates with the collective faith of millions. The air is thick with devotion, and the city itself seems to bow to the grandeur of the Masjid al-Haram, home to the Kaaba. Here, the concept of Umrah takes on a tangible form, as pilgrims clad in Ihram circumambulate the Kaaba, their faces glowing with an indescribable serenity.

The city offers more than just the central rites of Umrah. It's a living museum, a sacred geography mapped with sites like Jabal al-Nour, where the Prophet Muhammad received his first revelation. The cave of Hira on this mountain is akin to the spiritual womb of Islam, a place that every believer longs to visit.

Ziyarat in Makkah


Masjid Al-Haram (Kaaba)

The most sacred site in Islam, where millions of Muslims perform Hajj and Umrah annually



Jannat Al-Mu'alla Cemetery

The ancient cemetery where many relatives of Prophet Muhammad are buried, including his first wife, Khadijah.

Jannat Al Mu’alla


Jabal Al-Nour

The mountain containing the cave where Prophet Muhammad received his first revelation

Jabbal Al Nour Makkah


Masjid Al-Jinn

A mosque that marks the spot where a group of jinn are said to have accepted Islam after hearing the Quran.

Masjid Al Jinn

Hotels in Makkah

Museums in Makkah


The Cosmology Research Center​

Four floors of cosmology and history of clock tower.

The Cosmology Research Center​


Hira Cultural Center

The story of revelation and provides information about the mountain, the cave, and their historical significance.

hira cultural district


The Kiswa Factory

Experience a unique educational experience in weaving and embroidering the Kiswa of the Kaaba

The kiswaa factory


Institute of Manuscripts and Islamic Heritage

The center has twenty thousand Islamic manuscripts from various parts of the world in its early stages.

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Umrah Guide

Umrah Guide

Umrah consists of four essential practices. Firstly, you get changed into the Ihram garments before the Miqat, perform two Rakahs of Salah and make your Niyyah as the Miqat approaches, thereafter reciting the Talbiyah frequently. Secondly, you perform Tawaf al-Umrah of the Kaaba followed by two Rakahs of Salah, preferably near Maqam Ibrahim. Thirdly, you do Sa’i of Safa and Marwah. Lastly, you shave (Halq) or shorten (Taqsir) your hair allowing you to leave the state of Ihram and complete your Umrah.

Umrah Guide Map


Tawaf al-Umrah


Halq or Taqsir

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