An Interesting & Meaningful Text written on the KISWA of Kabaah

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The Holy Kaba’h, the hub of Islamic faith, the house of the Mighty Creator, and the spot to which every Muslim performs Sujood five times a day, is located in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, surrounded by massive mountains. The final shape of the house of Allah, also known as the House of Allah, was created by Hazrat Ibrahim and his son with diverse stones from Heaven at its curvatures. The first time the Holy Kaba’h was covered with a black cloth occurred in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Dhul Hijjah.

Since then, tailors and designers from all over the world have been assigned to make the magnificent garment that is draped over the Mighty House every year on Arafat Day. The addition of gold and black threads of Arabic calligraphy to the attractive area of the cloth enhances its beauty.

Muslims from all over the world visit the Holy Kaba’h and spend their days and nights there, but it’s unlikely that any of them have ever considered what is written on the cover in Arabic calligraphy. But don’t worry; in the article below, we’ll explain what’s printed on the black cover, so you may brush up on your knowledge.

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What is Kiswa (Cloth of Kaabah) & its size?

Kiswa is the black cloth draped (covered) over the Kaaba’h, which is made up of 47 strips, each measuring 101 cm in width and 14 cm in length. On the black side of the Kiswa, there are three rows of horizontal text implanted, while the rest has golden thread embroidery that is easily read by any Muslim.

What is written on KISWA?

The text is written on the Kiswa in three rows having three different texts on it. The same has been explained as below:

First Row of the Text

In the first row, يا الله is written in the middle with his two other names, يا حنان, (Merciful towards servants) on the right and يا منان, (Tremendous in Giving) on the left.

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Second Row of the Text

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In the second row, the basic salutation of Islam is written, that is

لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله

“There is no god except Allah, and Muhammad PBUH is his last messenger.”

Third Row of the Text

In the third & last row, a salutation in the praise given to Allah is written that is,

سبحان الله وبحمده سبحان الله العظيم

Allah is free from any imperfection, and all praise is for Allah. Allah is free from any imperfection; Allah is the greatest.

We hope you found this information useful and that you now fully comprehend what is written on the KISWA of the Kaabah. We would appreciate it if you read this article and shared it with other Muslims throughout the world who are uninformed of the situation. They will have a good knowledge of the Text written on the Kaabah once they have learned, and they will be able to witness it whenever they visit the Kaabah for Umrah or Hajj.

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