Shortly after the farewell pilgrimage, The Messenger of Allah ﷺ became ill. He left this earthly abode on Monday, 8 June 632 AD, while resting his head on the lap of his beloved wife, Sayida Aiesha (RAA). He was buried in her home (Hujra).
On the passing of the Caliphs, Sayidna Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq (RAA) and Sayidna Umar ibn Al-Khattab (RAA), they too were buried beside Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in what came to be known as The Sacred Chamber, or Honored Room. The Sacred Chamber lies under the Green Dome, in Masjid an-Nabawi, and it is surrounded by a curtain called 'The Curtain of Bliss" (Kiswah al-Saadat) which surrounds the sacred graves.
As a relic that serves to remind us of our love for the Beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, Rumi's Garden is offering an authentic cut-out of the Blessed Kiswah al-Saadat, placed in a beautiful large 41 x 32 mm pendant, to wear beside your heart.
The Kiswah al-Saadat cut out, inside the pendant, is a fragment of a larger panel.
The back of the pendant is composed of silver-plated copper
and is made to be durable. The Kiswah al-Saadat cloth is covered with a rounded glass in order to protect it, as well for hygiene purposes. The pendant has been carefully constructed by Rumi's Garden. Please note that the pendant is not waterproof.
Included with your purchase of the Kiswah al-Saadat pendant is a certified true copy of a certificate of authentication, for the Kiswah piece, officially written by the Islamic Antiquities Museum of Kuwait
. This certificate is the original certified true copy provided by the Islamic Museum of and is not a photocopy made by Rumi's Garden.
Since all pendants are handmade, expect a few irregularities such as air bubbles.