Inspired by the mercy that is showered on us when we visit the Holy Kaaba.
Ayat ul Kursi, Surah Fatiha. Surah Ikhlas
This is a print of an Islamic painting by Saleha
This painting symbolizes the mercy that is showered on us when we visit the Holy Kaaba. The gold and silver symbolize the powerful Ayat ul Kursi which has said to be from the thresholds of Allah's throne.
Prophet Muhammad PBUH said, "I have been given Ayat ul Kursi from the treasures under the Arsh of Allah, and it was not given to anyone before me."
It's been said that Allah sends down one hundred and twenty blessings in the precinct of the Kaaba:
1. sixty for those who circumambulate
2. forty for those who worship
3. and twenty for those who look at it
When the Prophet PBUH and Jibreel AS were sitting, a gate in the heavens opened for the first time and an angel who's never come down before descended to reveal this surah to the Prophet PBUH. Surah Fatiha is known as the mother of the Quran. Nobody recites a letter from it except that they're given what they ask for. Allah swt himself responds when we recite every ayah of this beautiful surah. The seven ayahs are so highly praised that you actually engage in direct conversation with Allah swt when you recite these verses. Surah Ikhlas is equivalent to the third of the Quran. Reciting this has many benefits. It's a means to seek forgiveness and enter paradise. The richness of the gold tones symbolizes the greatness of these surahs that have been gifted to us as a powerful source of enlightenment.