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    What is Mount Hira?

    Mount Hira is where prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to go to pray, meditate and reflect upon life before his time of prophethood. There were times when his wife, Khadijah, used to accompany him.

    At the age of 40, it was here, in the cave of Hira, when he (PBUH) received the first revelations from God through the angel Gabriel (Jibraeel).

    Mount Hira, Prophet Muhammed
    Mount Hira
    The Mountain also known as Mountain of Light (Jabal An-Noor),
    which is located in the Hejaz region of present day Saudi Arabia in Mekkah.

    Mount Hira, Prophet Muhammed
    The Cave of Hira
    This is the cave where prophet Muhammed (PBUH) used to come
    to pray and reflect upon life.

    Mount Hira, Prophet muhammed
    Inside The Cave of Hira
    A closer view of the entrance to the cave.


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    Mountain of Light (Jabal al noor) in Mecca

    The Mountain of Light (Jabal-al-noor) near Mecca is a mountain that lies in the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia. The words Jabal-al-noor literally translate to mean the Hill of Illumination or Mountain of Light. The Mountain of Light (Jabal-al-noor) in Mecca is a prime tourist attraction and sightseeing in Mecca is incomplete without a trip to the Jabal-noor.

    The Cave of Hira on the Mountain of Light (Jabal-al-noor) in Mecca is the shrine that most Muslims visit. The Prophet Muhammad is believed to have sought solitary confinement in the Hira Cave, dejected by the evil in society. Here the Angel Gabriel is said to have revealed himself and guided the Prophet. The Cave Hira on Mountain Of Light is a small 4 yards by 1.75 yards hollow, but the prophet is known to have spent quite some time here and often also taken people here to meditate. This initial enlightenment is believed to have occurred in 610 and is popularly known as Night of Power in the Koran, the holy scripture of Islam. This and a number of subsequent illuminations were rendered to the prophet and were conveyed to the world by Muhammad’s adopted son who visited him in this cave.

    The Muslims hold the Mountain of Light (Jabal-al-noor) in Mecca, in great revere as this is the site of origin of their religion. It is not uncommon for the Hajjis to visit the Jabal-al-noor and send some time here in prayer. Those who visit the Jabal-al-noor, do also pay the near by lesser shrines Holy Mosque (Masjid Al Haram) in Mecca and Hill of Arafat in Mecca a visit. Let your trip to Mecca be more than a leisurely holiday. Let the sacred aura at the Hira Cave bring peace and spiritual bliss as you tread this consecrated land.