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What is inside the Kaba?

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Asked by truth exposed, 17 Jan '13 10:53 pm
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Some details of the interior the Kaaba:
There are three pillars inside
There is a small table on the side to put items like perfume and incense burners.
There are two lantern-type lamps hanging from a cross beam near the ceiling
There are no electric lights inside
The interior walls are clad with marble half-way to the roof.
The entire floor is of marble except for a small portion which is called Rukhamat Humra.
Tablets with Quranic inscriptions are inset in the marble.
The top part of the walls is covered with a green cloth decorated with gold embroidered Quranic verses.
There are no windows inside ...more
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 18 Jan '13 03:11 am

 
  
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Lots of people have wrong information about whats inside Kaaba !

Even Lots of muslims dont have any Idea about this.

Open your eyes ! See the Truth !

The Inside view of Kaaba.Only three pillars,and few items and nothing else.

Kaaba gates are opened 2 times in a year for cleaning purpose.1st time before Ramadan and 2nd time Before Hajj
rest as per what mr vedprakash sharma as written
Answered by iqbal seth, 18 Jan '13 07:56 am

 
  
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Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi is the president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). He had the opportunity to go inside the Kaba in October 1998. In an interview with Sound Vision, he described the following features:
- there are two pillars inside (others report 3 pillars)
- there is a table on the side to put items like perfume
- there are two lantern-type lamps hanging from the ceiling
- the space can accommodate about 50 people
- there are no electric lights inside
- the walls and the floors are of the marble
- there are no windows inside
- there is only one door
- the upper inside walls of the Kaba were covered with some kind of curtain with the Kalima written on it.
Answered by z, 17 Jan '13 10:55 pm

 
  
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Big Mosque.
Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 17 Jan '13 10:55 pm

 
  
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