Hajra-e-Aswad or Black Stone Significance in Umrah and Hajj

By abdullahsaif at 2021-11-09 • 0 collector • 44 pageviews

Hajar-al-Aswad is the heavenly stone engraved on the southeast corner of Kaaba. When Hazrat Ibrahim and Ismael AS were looking for a stone to complete the construction of Kaaba. They didn’t find any compatible stone for this purpose. Hazrat Ibrahim filled that place with Black stone. This stone came from Jannah by Angle Gabriel. This way the construction of Kaaba was completed. When the Muslims perform Hajj or Umrah. They kiss that heavenly stone as the Sunnah of our Prophet SAW.


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