Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina, Saudi Arabia probably has the most sophisticated carpets in a place of worship.
Millions of people visit Masjid-un-Nabawi or the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)s Masjid in Medina.
The greatest human to have ever set foot on this earth passed away in Medina and is buried in the Masjid where Muslims convey peace and salutations upon him.
The green carpets in the masjid were previously red except for Raudah Mubarak, the area between the resting place of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his pulpit, which is also green.
According to Haramain Info, the carpets in the courtyards of Masjid-un-Nabawi are distinguished by their thickness and durability, including density and colour stability.
“Each carpet contains an electronic RFID chip that is linked to an electronic system that contains relevant information. The RFID contains details of the carpet, its use, location, when it is due to be washed, and its movement within the masjid and its courtyards.”
Saudi Arabia has always been on the forefront of organisation and technology to ensure that the millions of visitors to the Haram in Makkah, Masjid-un-Nabawi in Medina and others areas received the warmed welcome during Umrah and Hajj before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.