Makkah is a city of great religious and historical significance for Muslims. Not only Holy Kaabah is here but also Makkah is the birthplace of our beloved Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW). In addition, Makkah houses some of the most sacred sites of Islam; hills, graveyards, caves, wells, mosques, valleys and other regions. Pilgrims travelling to Makkah through the cheapest Ramadan packages 2020 for Umrah and Hajj also visit these holy sites for Ziyarath. So, here’s a brief description of some of the Historic Mosques in Makkah.


Masjid-al-Haram is the world’s largest, oldest, most beautiful and 1st of the three holy mosques of Islam. Holy Kaabah resides here. Furthermore, the hills of Safah and Marwah, Hajar-e-Aswad (the Black Stone), the well of Zamzam, Hijr Ismail (Hateem) as well as Maqam-e-Ibrahim is also here. Therefore, Pilgrims arriving for Umrah perform all their rituals inside it while some part of hajj rituals also gets performed here. In short, Tawaf around holy Kaabah never stops!

Al-Baiah Mosque.

Present on the hills of Aqaba, Al-Baiah Mosque marks the spot where Ansar of Madinah pledged their allegiance to Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) after hearing the recitations from the Holy Quran. The group included 12 leaders from the tribes of Aws and Khazraj of Madinah.


Also known as Masjid-e-Aisha, Masjid-e-Taneem is the place where Hazrat Aisha (RA) went to enter into the state of Ihram for Umrah upon the command of Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW).

Masjid Al-Hudaibiyah.

The famous peace treaty between Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) and the Quraysh tribe of Makkah, took place here. It’s known as ‘Treaty of Hudaibiyah’ and thus the mosque remains referred to as Masjid-al-Hudaibiyah. This 10-year-period peace treaty allowed Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) and his (SAWW) companions to return to Makkah for the first pilgrimage. Today, it remains called Al-Syumaisi and is a Miqat site (a place for entering into Ihram) for Hajj pilgrims.

The Mosque of Jinn.

Situated close to Jannat-al-Mualla, it is also known as the ‘Mosque of Allegiance’ or the ‘Mosque of Guards’. Masjid-e-Jinn remains built at a place where, one night, a group of Jinn gathered to hear the recitation of the Holy Quran from Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) by the will of Allah Almighty. It also remains mentioned in the Holy Quran; [Surah Al-Jinn:72].

Masjid Al-Mashaer Al-Haram.

Situated in the Muzdalifah region, in the way between Masjid al-Khayf (Mina) and Masjid-al-Nimrah (Arafat), Masjid Al-Mashaer Al-Haram marks the spot where Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) stayed and supplicated during the farewell pilgrimage. It is the holy site where hajj pilgrims stay the night after returning from Arafat. This mosque has been rebuilt and extended many times.

So, if you are looking for Umrah packages near me, browse through a variety of best deals and reserve your spiritual journey right away. And when in Makkah, do go for the Ziyarath of these Mosques after the performance of your Hajj/Umrah pilgrimage.

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