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Masjid Haram Trinket Gold Color
Product features :
Length: 7 cm
Width: 37 cm
Weight: 1750 gr
Allah made the Kaaba the center of pilgrimage, which is one of the five basic principles of Islam. The mosque that includes the Kaaba is called Masjid-i Haram. Masjid-i Harâm is the oldest mosque on earth. It is mentioned in many places in the Quran. Masjid-i Harâm; It has maintained its feature of being a meeting place and a center of science for Muslims of the world, especially during the pilgrimage season.
While our Prophet (pbuh) was alive, there was no structure around the Kaaba. The first to expand the area of the Masjid-i Harâm, the Caliph Hz. Omar (r.a.) became.
In our design, all the details of the Masjid-i Harâm were created with fine craftsmanship.
Kaaba; It is a sacred structure accepted as qibla in the Islamic world and it is the kiblah of Muslims.
2) Hacer'ül Aswad:
Hz. It is the stone that Abraham (as) placed Hacer'ul Aswad in a corner of the Kaaba as an indication that people started circumambulating the Kaaba. It is elaborately processed in our design.
3) Makam-ı İbrahim:
Hz. This stone with footprints, used by Abraham (as) when constructing the Kaaba, is in a rectangular enclosure. Makam-ı İbrâhîm; It is mentioned in two places in the Quran.
Ali-i Imran 3/97; In the verses of al-Baqara 2/125 ... The office is in the window in the right front of the door of the Kaaba. In our design, this glass case is elegantly crafted.
4) Hatîm and Hicr-i İsmâîl
Although it is separated from the Kaaba, it is an area that is considered a part of it. Hz. Ismail (pbuh) and Hz. There are rumors that Hager's graves are in Hijr. These areas are delicately and clearly processed in our design.
5) Kaaba-i Muazzama Gate and Multezem:
It is the part between the door of the Kaaba and Hacer'ül Eswad. In the hadiths, Mültezem; It is stated that it is the place where prayers are accepted. Multezem means "a place that sticks to tight". That is why the pilgrims pray here after circumambulation.
In our design, these details have not been forgotten, but are clearly processed.
6) Masjid-i Harâm Minarets:
In the Ottoman period, the minarets were increased to seven by equating with the number of circumcision; Today, the number of minarets has been increased to nine by adding two more. These minarets are included in our design with an elegant and easily removable form.
7) Inner Courtyard Portico and Domes of Masjid-i Harâm
During the time of Rtt Osman (r.a.), the Masjid-i Harâm was enlarged and shades were built around the Kaaba.
In later times, these shades were replaced by porticos, and the main shape of the building that survived to the present day * was formed by the canopy built around the labe. A structure with an open front, a top and a wall,
—Caride is called "portico". When the Haremeyn servitude passed to the Ottoman Empire;
«It started with Suleiman the Magnificent and Sultan II. He continued with Selim Han, III. It was completed in the time of Murad Khan.
5U domes are elaborated in our design.
8) The Two-Storey Courtyard and Roof of the Masjid Al-Haram:
In the expansion works of Vescid-i Harâm, the inner courtyard part was three floors and the Harem outside the minarets
It was built by preserving its structure in the Ottoman period. We designed the courtyards together with the people prostrate towards the Kaaba.
9) Safa and Merve Hills:
It is stated in the Quran that Safâ and Merve are places where Hajj and Umrah worship is performed.
'Surely, Safa and Merve are among the signs of Allah (religion). Therefore, whoever visits the Ka'ba with the intention of pilgrimage or umrah and circumambulates them, there is no sin in it. "(Al-Baqara, 2/158)
Say, performed between Safa and Merve; Hz. It is based on the incident that Abraham (as) searched for water for his son between the hills of Safa and Marwa after being alone in the Mecca valley with Ismail (a.s.), son of Hâcer's wife.
Today, an open-sided iwan was built between Safâ and Merve hills, which will also allow access to the Kaaba.
This iwan and Safâ and Merve Tepesi domes are also included in our design.
Our attention to fine workmanship is the last word we will say for this design.
Why Masjid-i Harâm Model?
Kaaba; It is the symbol of unity in Islam.
Kaaba; It was built by divine order.
Allâh-u Taâlâ (c.c.) honored the Kaaba as "My Master" in the Quran.
In the Surah of Hajj, "Keep my house clean." he attributed to himself.
The qibla of the believers was appointed by the 148th verse of the chapter of al-Baqara.
Before Islam, those who believed in oneness were visiting the Kaaba.
Kaaba; It has regained its true meaning with Islam.
"We made the Kaaba a meeting place and a place of trust." He commands Allah-u Ta'ala (c.c.)
It continues to unite around millions of believers every year for fourteen centuries.
Muslims of all races and languages; They come from distant lands and meet at the house of Allah (swt) ...
He turns towards only one God in the Kaaba.
This trend will continue until the last day of the world ...
This plan is due to the great importance of the Kaaba in the world of belief of us Muslims, the importance of almost all Ottoman sultans for nearly four hundred years and the contribution of our ancestors in the present form of the Masjid al-Harâm.