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“Meezab-e-Rehmat” refers to the spout or the water channel located in the eastern corner of the Kaaba, which is also known as the “Rukn-e-Yamani” or the “Yemeni corner.” It is believed to be a sacred spot where the blessings and mercy of Allah (SWT) descend upon the earth.

Muslims from all over the world visit the Kaaba during the Hajj pilgrimage or the Umrah, and many of them make a special effort to kiss or touch the Meezab-e-Rehmat as a sign of reverence and devotion. However, it is important to note that touching or kissing the Meezab-e-Rehmat is not an obligatory part of the pilgrimage, and it is only considered a recommended act of worship. The true essence of the pilgrimage lies in the spiritual connection and devotion to Allah (SWT) rather than in physical rituals or symbols.

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