Islamic Museum in Makkah – Part 3

August 13, 2010 at 11:58 pm Leave a comment

The Kaa’ba, believer’s Qibla in his prayers was well respected, adorned and beautified by many who ruled the Makkah. They kept utmost attention in maintaining and decorating the Holy Kaa’ba. Parts of such vintage pieces are kept in Islamic museum in Makkah “Exhibition of the two Holy Mosque Architecture”.

I had pasted many such of photos in two previous posts on the same subject shown below

https://ne3matullah.wordpress.com/2010/07/03/islamic-museum-in-makkah/

https://ne3matullah.wordpress.com/2010/07/04/islamic-museum-in-makkah-ii/

Warm and hearty greetings of the Ramadan, leader of Months to all those who visit this blog.

The door to the Ottoman pulpit in the Prophet's Masjid which was made at the order of Sultan Murad III in 998 H

A brassy bowl for drinking zam zam water

A marble midday timer used to determine prayer times before the printing of the Hijiri Calendar

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