Islamic Museum in Makkah II

July 4, 2010 at 3:12 pm 7 comments

This museum showcases astonishing pieces of art work and decorative patterns which were once hallmarks of the two Holy Masjids in Makkah and Madinah. One would feel delighted to see how the past and present rulers who ruled the Holy places bestowed their best effort to adorn the Holy places. Even at eras when there was no abundant wealth than of current times rulers had spent good enough to keep sanity of these places.

We might offer thanks and prayers to all those who constructed and decorated the Holy places starting from the great Prophet Abul Anbiya Ibrahim Alihi Ssalam till the current kingdom ruling the Holy places who is offering their best to enlarge and improvise the setups there. The prayers should continue to those who might put a hand or effort in expanding and beautifying these Holy Places in future. And for all pilgrims who treated and treating the sanity of these places intact!

A clock that used to be in the Prophet's (Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam) Mosque and may have been one of the clocks sent by the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Majiid I to the Prophet's (Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam) Mosque in 1277 H

A ROCKY CAP LOOKS LIKE A FLOWER USED IN ALMASJID ANNABAWII

The Gypseous Moving Windows in The Frontage of Almasjid An- Nabawi

One of the doors to the Prophet's (Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam) Mosque dating back to the reign of King AbdulAziz Al-Saud may Allah bless his soul.

One of the pillars of the Holy Ka'aba with its wooden base and crown dating back to the construction of Abdullah Ibn Az - Zubair in 65 H. *A rocky base was holding the pillar in the Holy Ka'aba dating back to the construction of Abdullah Ibn Az -Zubair in 65 H

A wooden box made at the order of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in 1404 and it is to be put inside the Holy Ka'aba

A piece of the Kiswa (covering) of the Holy Ka'aba named "Qindiil" on which the phrase 'Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Universe" is engraved.

The Indian interior red curtain of the Holy Ka'aba which King Abdul Aziz ordered to made.

A piece of the Saudi green curtain of the Holy Ka'aba

Old metal coins taken from ZamZam Well during cleaning works

Six marble tiles on which are engraved the word "Allah" the name of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Va Sallam ) and the names of the Four Caliphs may Allah be pleased with them dating back to 1299 H.

The Basmalah and the two Suras of An-Nas and Al-Falaq engraved on Ash-Shumaisi molding to the twelfth century of the Hijrah

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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. sharafu  |  July 4, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    Very good site all the best

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  • 2. Abdulla  |  July 5, 2010 at 6:59 am

    its very knowledgable things for all muslims…

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  • 3. Anika  |  July 2, 2011 at 7:24 pm

    mashallah this is a very useful website subhanallah almhamdulilahi rabilallamin wasalaatu wasaaalamu alla rasoolilah i learnt very much from this website and want to seek more knowledge from this website

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    • 4. Ne3matullah  |  July 2, 2011 at 7:50 pm

      Jazakallah Khair Anika,

      Thanks for all who visit this blog and inspire us to improve it by giving valuable comments.

      May Allah help us to add more useful articles in this blog. May Allah increase our knowledge and make its way easy.Aameen!

      Reply
  • 5. Slave of Allah  |  July 14, 2011 at 8:28 am

    Rabbi zidinee Ilma…..

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  • 6. mohammedashrafpa_ irimbiliyam  |  July 8, 2012 at 4:19 am

    Assalamu Alaikum wa_rahmuthullah..
    This is very important website ,includes:-old islamic pictures,Islamic Museum in Makkah related picture,holy mosque of madheena al nabawi shareef related pictures..etc.It is used this blogs are advanced study of islamic related it.
    Allahumma swalli alaa muhammedin wa alaa aalihi wa sahbihi wa azwajihi wa ahalibythi rasoolullahi (s.a.w).
    My website is :- http://www.4shared.com/u/S6yfceza/mohammedashrafpa_irimbiliyam.html
    Jazaka allahu hyran fi dunya wa aakhira.
    Shukran.

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  • 7. mohammedashrafpa_ irimbiliyam  |  July 8, 2012 at 4:31 am

    Jazak allahu hyren.

    Reply

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