Faisal Mosque is a famous Islamic building in Pakistan with a unique luxury and splendor. The glory of God became evident through the hands of the builders.
Pakistan is one country in which a majority of the population is Muslim. It has a varied history of different cultures such as, Persian, Indo-China and more. This country is highly populated, and the government is very unstable due to the ongoing conflict with India. Aside from the various conflicts in Pakistan, the country has kept the history and culture of Islam growing with the presence of mosques.
Faisal mosque, located in the capital of Pakistan, is the largest mosque in south Asia. This mosque was built with the financial support from the king of Saudi Arabia. Usually when people look at the various mosques, Muslims will look at the top of the dome of the mosque, but this famousIslamicbuilding does not have a dome like the others.
Based on the architecture of this mosque, one could say it was designed according to the tents erected by one of the Arab tribes, with a triangular-shaped prayer room and a pointed roof. The mosque was built on a land area of 5,000 square meters, and is an example of modern Islamic architecture. In the main room of worship there is a large chandelier. The walls of the prayer room are decorated with calligraphy and a stunning mosaic.
The combination of various architectural styles makes Faisal mosque one of the famous Islamic buildings, which is available for all Muslims. The pattern and calligraphy illustrated in this mosque provides peace and shade for Muslims during prayer. A variety of calligraphy and verses of the Qur’an are not only a decoration in a mosque, but they provide the opportunity for all Muslims to continue to persevere in fostering faith and conducting religious activities in accordance with the principles and teachings of Islam.
According to the architects who designed the famous Faisal Mosque, a unique mosque dome supported using four giants beams, reflects the glory of God. Muslims appreciate the time given by the architects and construction workers who created the Faisal Mosque by praising God, reading the Quran and reading the verses to strengthen faith and receive blessings from the creator.