Baitul Ma'muur Baitul Ma'muur (the Frequented House) is a house which is located on the seventh heaven, directly above the sacred House of Allah i.e Ka'aba. The angels perform Tawaaf to it just like Hajj or Umrah to Ka'aba. In every single day, seventy thousand angels visit it to perform prayer.
On the morning of Arfa Day, the Ka'aba dress rehearsal is underway in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. This was done when the pilgrims left Mecca for Arfa, which is the main pilgrimage site. The new thing that the pilgrims will find when they return to Mecca on the day of the Great Prayer is the new Ka'bah robe.
Kaʿbah is a little place of worship situated close to the focal point of the Great Mosque in Mecca and considered by Muslims wherever to be the most holy spot on Earth.Sacred Kaaba is a 3D square formed stone construction that was worked by Prophet Ibrahim (AS) and his child Hazrat Ismail (AS) on similar establishments where Prophet Adam (AS) is accepted to have assembled a heavenly spot for the love of the One Lord.
Quiz time! Which of the pillars of worship of Islam is compulsory only to those who have the means to perform it? The answer to the question is Hajj. Allah has made hajj compulsory only for those who are financially & physically able to perform hajj Allah says in Qur'an: “And Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah) to the House is a duty that mankind owes to Allah, those who can afford the expenses. (Qur'an:3:97). Being physically able is when one is sound in body and can bear the hardship of travelling to the sacred