‘Kiswah’ Ghilaaf-E-Kaaba Lifted Three Metres
‘Kiswah’ Ghilaaf-E-Kaaba Lifted Three Metres
The bottom piece of the Kaaba's canopy, known as the Ghilaf-e-Kaaba, was raised to a height of around three metres on Friday night as part of a unique rite, according to the most recent information on Hajj preparations.

According to the most recent information on Hajj preparations, a special ritual on Friday night saw the Ghilaf-e-Kaaba, or lower portion of the Kaaba's cover, lifted to a height of roughly three metres. A white cotton fabric about 2 metres wide was also laid on the upper portion at the same time. This long-standing custom serves as a representation of the Hajj ceremonies.

The Kaaba cover was removed by a team of specialists from the Shah Abdulaziz Complex for Kiswah Kaaba. This is a routine process that happens each year before the Hajj season begins.

Additionally, the Agency for the Affairs of the Prophet's Mosque (PBUH) has taken steps to ensure that pilgrims who visit the Prophet's Mosque (PBUH) during this year's Hajj season get complete services. In order to guarantee that the pilgrims have complete assistance and amenities, many organisations are cooperating. The authorities have coordinated their efforts to provide for the pilgrims and ensure that they enjoy a convenient and comfortable Hajj.




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