The House of Khadija (RA) refers to the home of Khadija bint Khuwaylid, the first wife of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and one of the most respected women in Islamic history. Khadija’s house was located in the city of Mecca in modern-day Saudi Arabia.
Khadija’s house played an important role in the early days of Islam. It was where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) received his first revelation from Allah through the Angel Gabriel. It was also where many early Muslims, including some of the Prophet’s closest companions, would gather to discuss Islam and its teachings.
Khadija’s house was known for its hospitality and generosity. Khadija was a successful businesswoman and used her wealth to support the Prophet’s mission and to help those in need. Her house was a refuge for those who were persecuted for their beliefs.
After Khadija’s death, the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) continued to visit her house and had fond memories of their life together. Today, the site where Khadija’s house once stood is considered a sacred place by Muslims and is visited by many pilgrims.