Largest Mosque in the World

Largest Mosque in the WorldMosques are the Holly places for Muslim. The first ever mosque was established in the Mecca by the Holly Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when religion Islam came into Arab. There are thousands mosques have been constructed in the world where Muslims offer prayers five a day and teachings of Islam are also given in the mosques for the betterment of humans. It is the belief of Muslims that if once a mosque is constructed that cannot be removed till the Day of Judgment. Some instructions have also been given by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) regarding etiquette of mosques such as cloths must be good, shoes carrying in the mosques are not allowed and it is compulsory to remain the mosques cleans every time. The main purpose of writing this article is to provide you information about the largest mosque in the world.

Masjid Al Haram Largest Mosque in the World:
The world largest mosque in the world is situated at Arabian city Mecca.  The name of world largest mosque is Masjid Al Haram which was constructed by the two Holly Prophets Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) and his Son Hazrat Ismail (A.S) way back in the history of Islam. It was the first place for Muslims to worship the Allah Almighty. This Mosque was constructed on the area of 356000 thousand square meters. Most important part of the Masjid Al Haram is Kaba which is also known as Baitullah (House of Allah). It is the square shaped building constructed in the middle of Masjid Al Haram and millions of people all around the world obey in front of it doesn’t matter where they are in the world.
There are pillars of Islam defined by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and one of them is to perform Hajj at least once in life, therefore more than 03 million people visit the largest mosque in the world to perform their obligation of Hajj every year in the month of Zil Hajj according to the Islamic calendar.  The Masjid Al Haram is not looked like as it looks now because the Saudi Government has been made it most comfortable for the Muslims so that they can perform their religious obligations freely. Many facilities have also been provided such as air condition, electrical stairs and accommodation building with the capacity of 800 people. There are 09 minarests constructed in Masjid Al Haram and each of them has height of 89 meters. The Masjid Al Haram is the most beautiful place in the world; thousands of beautiful wallpapers of Khana Kaba and Masjid Al Haram are available on internet which describes the beauty of Mosque. There are many other special features of largest mosque in the world and some of them are given below:

Doors of Masjid Al Haram:
There are about 112 doors of Masjid Al Haram with different size which are constructed for freely entrance into the mosque. The biggest door of mosque is called Shah Abdul Aziz and it has made even so beautiful with the work of gold and expensive material.

Maqam e Ibrahim in Masjid Al Haram:

Maqam e Ibram A.SThere is a one distinct place in Masjid Al Haram which is called Maqam e Ibrahim. It was the place where Holly Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) was standing during the construction of Khana Kaaba.

Safa and Marwa:
Safa and Marwa are two well-known places for Muslims. Safa & Marwa actually are hills which are connected with the largest mosque in the world. It is especially remembered for Hazrat Ismail (A.S). Muslims who perform Hajj they will have to walk seven times from Safa to Marwa to complete the Sunnah of Hazrat Hajra (A.S) the mother of Hazrat Ismail (A.S).

The Well of Zamzam in Masjid Al Haram:
 The well of Zamzam water is also founded in Masjid Al Haram. Allah Almighty has created this well for his beloved Prophet Hazrat Ismail (A.S). It has been saying that the water of Zamzam is helpful to remove the diseases because this water has special blessings of Allah for his creation.

Black Stone (Hajre Aswad):

Pictures Hajre AswadBlack stone is assembled with the wall of Khana Kaba which was used by the Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) during the construction of Kaba at upper level. It is known as Hajre aswad which was moved automatically on the directions of Prophet Ibrahim (A.S). Every Muslim who visits the largest mosque in the world kisses the black stone because it is the belief of Muslims that their sins are being decreased with kissing of Black Stone.

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