Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Islam - The Right Path


Holy Kaaba is the Qibla (prayer direction) of every muslim.
Muslims from all over the world face the direction of Kaaba when they perform the five daily prayers and other optional prayers according to Quran, holy Kaaba was built by Hazrat Abraham Aleh-salam and his son Hazrat Ishmael Aleh-salam
Pakistan: Badshahi Masjid by Sir Cam.
The famous Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan. A beautiful example of Mughal architecture. It was built by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1673.
Faisal Mosque
Faisal Mosque.
Faisal Mosque is the most photographed building in Islamabad, Pakistan.
The Shah Faisal Masjid (شاه فيصل مسجد in Urdu) in Islamabad, Pakistan, is one of the largest mosques in Asia; it’s status being the National mosque of the State. It is a well-known masjid in the Islamic world and is renowned for both its immense size and its architecture.
Badshahi Masjid at night, Lahore.
Badshahi Masjid at night, Lahore.
Faisal Mosque
Faisal Mosque
A Pakistani Muslim takes part in the prayer on the last Friday of the Holy month of Ramadan at the Faisal Mosque. Tens of thousands of Muslim devotees took part in the last Friday prayers ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
The Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan, is famous for its extensive faience tile work.
The Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore, Pakistan, is famous for its extensive faience tile work.
Introduction ; “The mosque has the world’s largest carpet at 7,119 square metres from Iran
The world’s largest chandelier from Germany made from one million Swarovski crystals
It has 28 types of marble and 24-carat gold throughout
The 22,412 square metre mosque site equates to around the size of five football fields.
More than 3,000 workers and 38 renowned contracting companies took part in the construction work.
The mosque has 82 domes all of traditional Moroccan design – all decorated with white marble.
The main dome’s outer shell is 32.8 metres in diameter and stands at a height of 70 metres from the inside and 85 metres from the outside. “

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