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Abu-bakr Siddiq Jamia Mosque

The Abu-bakr Siddiq Jamia Mosque is being constructed in Al-Noor Orchard in Lahore. This grand mosque is capable of accommodating 10,000+ worshippers in its main prayer hall and a further 100,000 in its courtyard and porticoes, it is the 7th largest mosque in the world. The architecture design of this mosque is given by Nayyar Ali Dada. Al-Noor Orchard society will encompass every need of the residents, so as religious ones. For this purpose, the developers and planners have developed a main Jamia mosque to accommodate the spiritual need of the residents. In this Jamia mosque, individuals may grow a strong connection with ALLAH by offering their prayers within their society. This Mosque is biggest Mosque in the Lahore city. This is the flagship project of Al-Noor Orchard for their members in the society.



Other Important Mosques in the World

Masjid al-Haram

With a capacity of 4 million and an area of 356 thousand sq. meters, Masjid Al Haram mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world and a focal point for Muslims across the globe. Located in Makkah, the Mosque surrounds the holy Kaaba, the heart of Muslim pilgrimages that are Hajj and Umrah. Also known as The Great Mosque or Forbidden Mosque, it also has six minarets, all standing at about 89 meters.

Al-Masjid an-Nabawi

As it is built by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the heart of the city of Madinah; hence, it is also popularly known as Prophets Mosque. Al-Masjid an-Nabawi is now one of the largest mosques in the world. The area of ​​the mosque is about 400 thousand square meters and has a capacity of 1.5 million. The mosque is also a major pilgrimage site for Muslims and remains open 24/7.

Hagia Sophia Mosque

Located in Istanbul, Turkey, Hagia Sophia, also called the Church of the Holy Wisdom or Church of the Divine Wisdom, was originally built as a Christian church in the 6th century during the reign of Byzantine emperor Justinian. Over centuries it became a mosque, a museum, and a mosque again. The changes are reflected in the architecture, and its minarets have inscriptions of Islam as well as the grand mosaics of Christianity.

Sultan Ahmed Mosque

Sultan Ahmed Mosque is also located in Istanbul, Turkey, next to Hagia Sophia mosque. The mosque was constructed during the period 1609 and 1616 under the rule of Ottoman ruler Ahmed I. The interior of the mosque is adorned by hand-painted blue tiles; hence the mosque is also known as the Blue Mosque. Due to its magnificent reflection of Islamic traditions, it is considered the last great mosque of the classical period.

Sheikh Zayed Mosque

As the name suggests, the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is located in the capital city of the United Arab Emirates. It is the largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates and is among the primary places to offer daily prayers. In the eid, it was visited by more than 41,000 people.

In Islam, mosques are pivotal to offering prayers and helping individuals in coming close to Allah. The mosques mentioned are not just beautiful tourist attractions but carry great significance in Islam. Therefore, we highly recommend you to visit them once in your lifetime.

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