Makkah Trade Picks Up As Pilgrims Shop

Makkah Trade Picks Up As Pilgrims Shop

Makkah Trade Picks Up As Pilgrims ShopMakkah Trade Picks Up source by: twitter.com

 

Visits to Makkah and Madinah to see the Two Holy Mosques have

begun in earnest, with pilgrims arriving from all corners of the globe.

In the second pilgrimage season following the pandemic,

Makkah’s trade is experiencing substantial activity and recuperation.

Pilgrims aren’t just there to worship; they’re also buying

gifts for their loved ones back home. SR20 ($5.3) to SR30 ($5.3)

per kilo of Ajwa dates is the going rate for pilgrims.

In order to meet the high demand for Ajwa dates, Makkah has several

huge farms in Qaba, Al-Awali, and Al-Ouyoun.Pilgrims Boost Makkah’s Trade

Prayer beads and rugs, electronics, gold, and audio recordings of

the Grand Mosque’s imams and the Prophet Mosque’s imams

reciting the Qur’an is all common purchase.

Many booksellers dot the market, selling everything from

Islamic history to biographies of the Prophet Muhammad

and his Companions to books on Shariah and law. 

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