You dont believe on your eyes when you look in picture of Makkah Munawara where how hajj was performed in 1953? look below photos of Makkah Moazma and Madina Munawara.

The history of Hajj, the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, dates back to the time of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham).

Today, millions of Muslims from every backgrounds gather annually to participate in this spiritual journey, unity and a sense of brotherhood among the global Muslim community and you will amazed to know that there are 8 places where dua are always accepted.

Saudi Arabia is home to the holy city of Mecca, the spiritual epicenter of Islam. This is where the Kaaba stands, an ancient house of worship built by the Prophet Ibrahim and his son Isma’il. Muslims from every corner of the globe face the Kaaba in their daily prayers, making Mecca a destination of unparalleled importance.

The Kaaba and the Black Stone:

At the eastern corner of the Kaaba lies the Hajre Aswad, a sacred Black Stone that descended from the heavens during the time of Prophet Ibrahim. Its story is steeped in divinity, representing a connection between humanity and the divine. Touching or kissing the Black Stone during the Tawaf ritual holds profound spiritual significance, as it is believed to cleanse sins and bear witness on the Day of Judgment.

Below is the color pictures of the largest gathering of pilgrim at the hajj 1953 year.

Photos courtesy of the National Geographic Magazine