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July 3, 2010 at 11:54 am
During our recent Umrah trip we got chance to visit Islamic museum in Makkah named as ‘Exhibition on buildings of two great Harams’. It is situated some 10 minutes driving distance from Masjidul Haram in old Jeddah road. The factory exclusive for weaving curtains (كسوة) of Kaaba(كعبة) and Hujratu Shareefa (حجرة الشريفة) is just wall away from this exhibition center.
Thanks to our friends working in Makkah who guided us to this place and many other special places which are normally out of reach of common pilgrims. As we planned our trip without any hamla (حملة) we could freely move around the holy places during break times of Prayers at Haram Shareef. But, we had only five days in Makkah and we ran of time as we couldn’t reach many places explained by our guide.
Islamic Museum in Makkah
The factory exclusive for weaving curtains (كسوة) of Kaaba(كعبة) and Hujratu Shareefa (حجرة الشريفة)
A teak staircase of the Holy Kaaba dating back to 1240H
The case which used to cover the stance (Maqam) of Prophet Ibrahim AlaihiSalam
A mouth piece of the Well of Zamzam with its ring and lid.*A pulley for lifting Zamzam water dating back to the end of the fourteenth century of the Hijrah. *A brass bucket which used to be in the Well of Zamzam dating back to 1299 H
Zamzam Well Lately
The frame of the Black Stone dating back to the reign Of the Ottoman Sultan Murad Khan
Portion of a marble pillar of a minarets of Holy Mosque in the era of Mameluke Sultan Sha'ban Bin Husain in 772 H.
The manual woven of the interior kisswah knitting of the Holy Ka'aba.
The Gutter of theHoly Ka'ba made of wood which is plated with gold from the outside and lead from inside.Dated 1273 H.
Door of Holy Ka'aba dating back to 1363 H made on order of King Abdul Aziz.
Lock and key of the Holy Ka'aba dating back to the year 1309 H. of the reign of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamiid II
A ruined portion of a wooden pillar of the Holy Ka'ba Dating back to 65 H.
A copy of the orginal Othmani Musshaf which was written in the era of Othman Bin Affan
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