RIYADH: A specialised staff of Saudi males has managed to scrub the Holy Kaaba’s roof in simply 40 minutes, efficiently setting a brand new file, the administration of the Masjid al-Haram, or the Nice Mosque of Makkah in Saudi Arabia, mentioned Tuesday.
The Masjid al-Haram’s administration — formally often known as the Normal Presidency for the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque — talked about on Twitter that Saudi specialists accomplished the cleansing of the roof of the Holy Kaaba in simply 40 minutes, which was “a record”.
Headed by the Imam-e-Kaaba, Dr Abdulrahman bin Abdulaziz al-Sudais, the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques, additionally shared on social media the photographs taken throughout the cleansing course of.
The Saudi-led administration of the Kaaba has vowed to proceed the method of cleansing the Holy Kaaba, for which quite a few programmes have been arrange.
The specialised staff was seen sporting the ghutra, the standard Saudi checkered scarf, tied up with the igal, the black rope-like wire, as they took to cleansing with “latest devices and modern mechanisms provided and approved by the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques”.
‘A number of levels’
The periodic work, which is carried out in accordance with a schedule, aimed to “maintain the quality and safety of marble, remove dirt and plankton, and preserve the cleanliness and lustre of the Holy Kaaba, in particular, and the Grand Mosque in general”, a press release learn.
Mohammed bin Musleh al-Jabri, the deputy president for technical and providers’ affairs, defined that the Division of Purification and Carpets of the Grand Mosque — one of many Normal Administration for Technical and Service Affairs’ departments — was assigned the duty.
“The cleaning mechanism takes place through several stages, the first of which is sweeping the surface of the Holy Kaaba, removing dust and bird droppings, then wiping the entire surface and holder of the cladding, the wall, and the door to the surface of the Holy Kaaba from the outside with wet towels,” al-Jabri mentioned.
“Then, everything is sprayed with water and wiped again and then a drying process.”