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History Of Hajjre Aswad

by Shahid Raza Digital Marketing Expert
Brief Story About The Black Stone 

According to Islamic tradition, Hajjre Aswad is a black stone which was brought practical from Heaven. It is the most sacred or blessed stone on the earth. 

A famous hadith about the black stone which is narrated from the Ibn-e-Abbas (RA), "The Black Stone was brought down from heavens and it was more white than milk. Be that as it may, the sins of the children of Adam (AS) made it black." 

Black stone or Hajjre Aswad is great Holy stone on our earth. Muslims from all over the world gather to perform their Umrah in the city of Makkah at any season, it isn't hard for everyone who wants to perform the Umrah because nowadays, travel agencies give best Umrah Packages so you can easily perform Umrah without taking any pressure. 

According to Islamic traditions: Black stone tumbled from the paradise as a guide for Hazrat Adam (AS) and Hazrat Eve (AS) to assemble an altar, which became the first sanctuary on our earth. Hazrat Adam's (AS) altar and stone were lost during Hazrat Noah's (AS) great flood and overlooked. Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) later found the Hajjre Aswad at the real site of Adam's (AS) altar when the angel Gabriel (AS) revealed it to him. 

Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) requested his child Hazrat Ismail (AS), to assemble a sanctuary, the Kaaba, into which the Stone was to install. 

An another Hadith it was notice, for example, Hazrat Abdullah ibn Amr (RA) says, "I heard the Prophet of Allah (PBUH)" saying, "Verily the Hajjre Aswad and the Maqam e Ibrahim are 2 valuable stones from amongst the valuable stones of Heaven. Allah Almighty removed its light. Had Allah not taken away its light then these 2 would have lit up the east and west." 

Location of Hajjre Aswad (Black Stone): 

Hajjre Aswad is located at the east corner of the House of Allah (Kaaba) in Al-Haram Mosque. During the Tawaf, Muslims stop at this place of Hajjre Aswad where it is fitted and kiss the stone saying "Bismillah-Allahu Akbar" and "Allahu Akbar". Along these lines, Muslims walk multiple times around the Kaaba and complete their important part of Hajj and Umrah. 

For what reason do Muslim Kiss Hajjre Aswad: 

The second Caliph Hazrat Umar (RA) came to kiss the Black Stone, he said before all introduced (assembled): "Most likely, I realize that you are a stone and can neither harm anyone nor advantage anyone. Had I not seen the Prophet of Allah, Muhammad (PBUH) kissing you, I would not have kissed you." 

Hazrat Ali (RA) who is fourth and last Caliph reacted to Umar (RA), saying, "This is stone can indeed profit and harm." 

Allah says in Holy Quran that He created human beings from the offspring of Hazrat Adam (AS) {First Prophet of Allah on the earth} and made them observer over themselves and asked them, 'Am I not your creator?' Upon this, all of them affirmed it. Consequently Allah composed this confirmation. And this stone has a pair of eyes, ears and a tongue and it opened its mouth upon the request for Allah Almighty, who put that confirmation in it and requested to observe it to all those admirers who want Hajj. 

At the point when you go to perform Hajj then you ought to remind it, what is a great stone, who will affirm at Day of Judgment. On the off chance that you contact the best travel agency for Hajj, at that point it will give you the best Cheap Hajj Package in which it furnishes many facilities with a scholar who will assist you with performing your Hajj. 

In Book of Tirmidhi, Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said: 

By Allah! On the Day of Judgment, Allah will exhibit the Hajjre Aswad in such a manner, that it will have 2 eyes and a tongue to vouch for the faith of all the individuals who kissed it. 

In the hour of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), a question arose when the Quraish reproduced the Kaaba. On this minute, Banu Abdu'd-Dar brought a pot loaded with blood and all of the clans inserted their hands in it, to battle one another. 

Be that as it may, Abu Umayya Ibn al-Mugheera, their senior asked Quraysh to agree on the judgment of first person to get through the Bani Shaibah gate and they all agreed on this recommendation. Muhammad (PBUH) was the primary person who came through this gate. 

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) put the Hajjre Aswad in a bit of material and asked a representative of each clan to hold one of the edges of the fabric and He (PBUH) picked this stone and fitted in the wall of Kaaba.

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