Historical Significance And Salient Facts Of Ghar-E-Hira

Historical Significance And Salient Facts Of Ghar-E-Hira

Our beloved Prophet (PBUH) travel most of the time out of the country as a merchant. At his lifetime, he (PBUH) work so harder as a shepherd. It is the main reason for meditation toward Mecca. The history of Ghar-e-Hira is most probably connected with our beloved Prophet (PBUH).

When he (PBUH) reached at the age of 40, the process of telecommunication started over. One night when he (PBUH) was sitting in the cave of Hira and continuously thinking. At that point, Hazrat Jibrail came to Holy Prophet (PBUH) and give a piece of silk brocade, in which some words are written. After giving it to the Prophet (PBUH), Hazrat Jibrail suddenly said: “Read, Read in the name of Allah.” The return words are I couldn’t read.  After that Hazrat Jibrail said to repeat the following words such as

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The above is the “Surah Iqra” in Quran. It was the first words of our beloved Prophet (PBUH). However, these are so effective that he (PBUH) turn to pale as well as trembling. After this incident, he (PBUH) suddenly stands up and instantly run to his wife (Hazrat Khadija R.A), just for telling the whole story.

Hazrat Khadija R.A, listen to the whole story, after that she gives comfort and smoothly realized that he is the last prophet of Allah, and these things are happening in future also. After that, she went to her cousin (Waraqa bin Naufal) for getting the opinion, because he was Hanif and monotheist at their time. He listened to all the story and told that support Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH).

What Happens Further After Getting The Message?

Hazrat Gabriel, who is the messenger of Allah came to Prophet(PBUH) and transferred the message. After receiving the ALLAH message, our Holy Prophet (PBUH) was deliver the messenger of Islam for the idolaters of Makkah. In their lifetime, non-Muslims are also the believer of our Prophet (PBUH).

For Islam, he (PBUH) want a specific place to being busy in all the process, so that the burden of prophethood also come and he will get a particular place to stay. For all this process, the cave of Hira is the specific place to stay. The most critical period passed in the cave of Hira. In this manner, the cave of Hira is famous in the history of Islam. Privately, the message of ALLAH conveyed the message that is close to their heart like friends and family. Just for creating a perfect world all the struggle is happening.

At the time of Hajj and Umrah, a large number of Muslims visited the Cave of Hira, to remember all the situations of the life of the messenger of Allah. The cave of Hira would be known as the title of Jabel-e-Noor.

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Masjid is a Place to Worship Allah Almighty

Worship in Masjid

A Masjid is the building in which Muslims worship ALLAH Almighty.  Throughout Islamic history, the Masjid was the center of the society and towns formed around this essential building. At the present time, especially in Muslim countries Masjids are found on almost every street corner, making it an easy matter for Muslims to attend the five every day prayers.  In the West Masjid are integral parts of Islamic centers that also contain teaching and society facilities.

Masjids are constructing in all shapes and sizes; they differ from region to region based on the Muslim population in a certain area. Muslims in the past and even nowadays have made use of local artisans and architects to make beautiful, magnificent Masjids.

Some Features of Masjids

There are though, certain features that are common to all Masjids.  Every Masjid has a mehrab, a place in the wall that indicates the direction of Makkah; the direction or Qibla towards which Muslims pray.  Most Masjids have a minbar (or pulpit) from which an Islamic scholar is capable to deliver a sermon or speech.

Masjids have developed significantly over the past 1400 years.  Lots of have courtyards containing decorative fountains and pools, which initially supplied water for ablution before Namaz. At the present time though, more private bathroom and toilet facilities are provided.  Originally plain structures with earthen floors, now, Masjid floors are generally covered with luxurious carpet.  They are more often than not decorated with straight lines of geometric designs that make sure Muslims stand in straight rows in order to perform their five daily prayers.

Other general features include, minarets, tall towers used to call the congregation to Namaz.  Minarets are highly visible and are also closely identified with Masjids.  Normally there is a huge rectangular or square Namaz area. It sometime takes the form of a flat roof supported by columns or a system of horizontal beams supported by architraves.  In other general Masjid designs, the roof consists of a single large dome. There are usually separate Namaz areas, with separate entrances for both women and men.

There are never any images of life or statues in Masjids, in Islam it is prohibited that such things are kept or displayed inn Masjids. At times, the interior walls of the Masjids are decorated with verses from the Holy Quran in Arabic calligraphy, or with difficult geometric designs.  The patterns are made from a range of materials including mosaics, stucco, ceramics, stone, and wood.  When a person enters a Masjid he or she would have left the hustle and bustle of the material world and retreated into a tranquil shelter or sanctuary.  Masjids are houses of worship. Men are expected to pray all five every day obligatory prayers in a Masjid, in congregation. Although women are welcome to pray in the Masjid it is more admirable for them to pray in their homes.

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