Sunday, April 14, 2024

The Kaaba and Grand Mosque Perfumed with High Quality Fragrances 10 Times a Day

The Grand Mosque and the Kaaba are perfumed ten times a day, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Fragrance is added to the Kaaba and is used more often in the mosque during special occasions such as Ramadan, Hajj days, and Fridays.

Perfuming the Grand Mosque and the Kaaba is considered a gesture of service and respect for Islam’s holiest place and those who visit it.

Thousands of people visit, pray, and conduct Umrah pilgrimage at the mosque, and it seeks to create an atmosphere of spirituality and holiness for them.

In the mosque, sixty incense burners are used every day to burn 60kg of oud, a ritual that shows respect for the holy site.

In Islam, cleanliness and a pleasant odor are highly valued, and Muslims use perfume on prayer mats, prayer clothes, rosaries, and incense in mosques.

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