Malayalees in Makkah and Madinah in prayer

Malayalees in Makkah and Madinah in prayer
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Mecca: Pilgrims travel to historic locations in Mecca to witness the Umrah and Friday prayers at Haram mosques. Prayers at the Haram Mosques of Makkah or Madinah follow the daily tour. The pilgrims will continue to visit key places in Islamic history until the Hajj. The Emir and volunteers will be able to explain the specific characteristics of each location. The important Hajj places, including the Mina Valley and Arafa, are already familiarized to pilgrims.

Hira Cave and Mount Taur are just a few of the attractions. Jabal Rahma and Jabal Al Noor, Masjid al – Quba, Masjid Qiblatins, Badr, Uhud and Khandak Wars in Islamic History also have a factory that makes kiswah (satin), which can be worn in the Ka’bah. Pilgrims visit Quran Exhibitions and Museums most often.

Madinah’s Hijaz Railway Station was originally built to assist pilgrims on their journey from Damascus, Makkah, and Madinah. It was later turned into a museum, and it is now one of the most significant pilgrimage sites in Madinah. Volunteers from Malayalee groups accompany them.

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