AGE RANGE :  144 months to 1200 months

STYLE :   Educational Toy, Educational Toy

ITEM DIMENSION : 14’ by 14’


British pounds : £5.99

American Dollar : $8.99

Euro : 8.99 euros


About this item

  • Learning is as essential as physical growth. 


  • Therefore, our puzzles are designed to help your child with brainstorming and to help in developing problem solving skills.


  •  It allows kids to engage and align his/her physical and mental energies simultaneously and develop workable solutions. 


  • Each time when you help your child accomplish a puzzle, you have a new Islamic lesson to teach through eye-catching colorful graphics.


  • The Kaaba, is a building at the center of Islam’s  most important mosque, the Masjid Al-Haram in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.


  • The very first construction of the Kaaba was done by Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon him) and his son Ismail as a house of worship to one God.


  •  It is the most sacred site in Islam.


  •  It is considered by Muslims to be the Bayt Allah (‘House of God’) and is the  direction of prayer) for Muslims around the world when performing salah.


  • Every Muslim who makes the pilgrimage is required to walk around the Kaaba seven times, during which he or she kisses and touches the Black Stone.


  • The Kaaba is the epicenter of Mecca.


  • The history of the Kaaba is not just an interesting story from our past. 


  •  Kaaba is a real and present symbol that connects all Muslims together wherever they may be.


  • Multiple parts of the Hajj require pilgrims to walk seven times around the Kaaba in a counter-clockwise direction. This circumambulation (Tawaf), is also performed by pilgrims during Umrah.


  • By the seventh century, the Kaaba was covered with kiswa, a black cloth that is replaced annually during the hajj.


  • The last major modifications were carried out in the 1950s by the government of Saudi Arabia.


  • Today the mosque covers almost 40 acres.


  • It also connects us to our glorious and not-so-glorious past so that we may derive lessons and feel that we are a part of an eternal mission.


  • The Kaaba has been modified extensively throughout its history. The area around the Kaaba was expanded in order to accommodate the growing number of pilgrims by the second caliph, ‘Umar, who ruled 634-44 CE.


  • Today, the Kaaba is a cubical structure, unlike almost any other religious structure. It is fifteen meters tall and ten and a half meters on each side; its corners roughly align with the cardinal directions.


  • The door of the Kaaba is now made of solid gold; it was added in 1982.


  • In a day and age where Muslims are increasingly disconnected from our history, as well as each other.


  • The Kabaa reminds us of our shared heritage and bonds. It is a symbol of unity in an Ummah sorely in need of it.


  • The keys are in the hands of one family.


  • There are two kaabas!


  • Directly above the Kaaba in heaven is an exact replica. This Kaaba was mentioned in the Quran and by the Prophet.


  • The original Kaaba used to have a door for entrance and another for exit. 


  • For a considerable period of time it also had a window situated to one side.


  • The current Kaaba only has one door and no window.
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