It is believed that the stone on which the footprint is inscribed is believed to come directly from heaven with the sacred black stone Hajj-e-Aswad
New Delhi date is Saturday 8 May 2021
Saudi Arabia has released some inaccessible images of Maqam-e-Ibrahim at the Shahi Mosque in Mecca for the first time. In the case of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia, the General Presidency captured Makam-e-Ibrahim’s approach with a new technology, using a stacked panoramic focus.
According to Islamic tradition, Maqam-e-Ibrahim is the stone whose Ibrahim used to build a wall during the construction of the Kaaba in Mecca so that they could stand on it and build a wall. The stone is decorated with gold, silver and glass frames to protect the footprints of the Prophet.
Muslims believe that the stone with footprints on it came directly from heaven with the sacred black stone Hajj-e-Aswad. The shape of Maqam-e-Ibrahim is square with two oval pits in the middle with the footprints of Prophet Ibrahim. The color of Maqam-e-Ibrahim is between white, black and yellow. While its width, length and height is 50 cm.