Kabah is the first Masjid (Mosque- house or place of worship) believed to be built by first man on the earth Prophet Adam (peace be upon him), and then reconstructed by Prophet Ibrahim and his son Ishmael (peace be upon them).
Kabah literally means direction to wards which Muslims face while praying.
*Worshiping Kabah (Masjid) is unislamic as in Islam we must worship only creator and not creations…
Even worshiping Qur’an, Prophet Muhammad and Dargah is unislamic.
*Kabah is 43 feet in height , 36 feet width and 42 feet length..
Black cloth covering is called Kiswa.
* Zam Zam: Also, there is a Zam Zam well from which miraculously water flows continuously since thousands of years from the time of Prophet Ibrahim since it was reconstructed..
Zam Zam water is alkaline water and is never gets impure which is a miracle. It’s the purest and cleanest water.
*Tawaf: Circling the Kaaba seven times counterclockwise, known as Tawaf is an obligatory rite for the completion of the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages.
The area around the Kaaba on which pilgrims circumambulate is called the Mataaf.
The Kaaba and the Mataaf are surrounded by pilgrims every day of the Islamic year, except the 9th of Dhu al-Hijjah, known as the Day of Arafah, on which the cloth covering the structure, known as the Kiswah is changed.
Inside the Kaaba, the floor is made of marble and limestone. The interior walls, measuring 13 m × 9 m (43 ft × 30 ft), are clad with tiled, white marble halfway to the roof, with darker trimmings along the floor. The floor of the interior stands about 2.2 m (7 ft 3 in) above the ground area where tawaf is performed.
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