To care for and preserve your Kiswa piece, it is important to handle it gently and avoid exposing it to direct sunlight or moisture. It should be stored in a cool, dry place to prevent any damage or fading over time.
Are the pieces available in different sizes and designs?Ankit2023-03-01T14:21:25-05:00
Kiswa pieces are available in a range of sizes and designs, depending on the year they were obtained and the location of the cloth on the Kabah. Some Kiswa pieces may be larger or more ornate than others, but all hold significant cultural and historical value.
What is the authentication process for the pieces and how can I be sure of their origin?Ankit2023-03-01T14:20:51-05:00
Our company personally ensures the authenticity of our Kiswa pieces through a rigorous process of inspection and certification. Each Kiswa piece comes with a certificate of authenticity that verifies its origin and historical significance.
How do you obtain the pieces and what is their rarity?Ankit2023-03-01T14:20:27-05:00
The Kiswas are obtained when the old Kiswa is replaced with a new one during Hajj. They are considered rare and highly valued because only a limited number are available each year and are typically reserved for religious institutions or dignitaries.
What is a Kiswa and what is its significance in Islamic culture?Ankit2023-03-01T14:17:50-05:00
The Kiswa is a black silk and gold embroidered cloth that covers the Kabah in Makkah and is replaced annually during the Hajj pilgrimage. It is considered to be one of the most sacred and significant symbols of Islamic culture, representing the deep reverence and respect that Muslims have for the holy site.
Our pieces are personally picked and sourced to ensure authenticity