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Ziyarat in Makkah

Masjid Al Haram

Masjid Haram Kaaba

The Kaaba (Masjid Al Haram) has had a significant place in religion since the birth of civilization. For the five daily prayers, which are mandated by the Almighty, two billion Muslims face the direction of the Kaaba, to which their hearts are attached, and beseech Him for mercy, help, and direction. 

Millions of people travel to Makkah to undertake the Umrah, the Hajj, and to offer prayers while taking in the tranquilly of the city. 

Jabal Al Nour

Jabal Al Nour

The Hira Cave is a prominent attraction on the Jabal Al-Nour Mountain. The first of Prophet Muhammad's numerous revelations is credited to have come to him here. Jabal Al-Nour is a well-known tourist destination among pilgrims worldwide due to its significance in Islamic history and the expansive views of Makkah and the Holy Mosque from its summit.

Jabal Al Noor is located outside the holy city of Makkah in the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia in the Cave of Hira. Jabal Al Noor is approximately 4 kilometres away from the Holy Kaaba in Makkah.

Jannat Al Mu'alla cemetery 

Jannat al-Mu'alla Cemetery

The ancient cemetery of Jannatul Mualla in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, is where some members of the Prophet Muhammad's family and associates are interred. It is situated next to Masjid Jinn and to the southeast of Masjid Al-Haram. Literally translated, Jannatul Mualla means "Garden of the Mualla." 

However, a number of Islamic landmarks, notably Jannatul Mualla, were demolished in 1925. As a result, Jannatul Mualla has no longer got any tombs, grave markers, or domes. However, the locations of the sacred bodies' interment are indicated by little mounds of pebbles. 

Masjid Al Jinn

Masjid al-Jinn

The name of the mosque may surprise you, but it is said that one night the Prophet's (PBUH) companions were unable to locate him despite searching everywhere. They were so distraught and worried about what might have happened to him that they stayed up all night. He returned the following morning and informed them that a jinn had asked him to go to his people (the jinn) and read lines from the Holy Quran to them.

The mosque was thus constructed at the site of the Prophet's encounter with the jinn, and it served as a significant Islamic monument for all of recorded history. Since its creation, it has been given care and attention and has undergone numerous renovations.

The mosque is located in front of Al-Mu’lat cemetery.

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