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Ahad, 6 Disember 2015

Masjid Negara Malaysia (National Mosque of Malaysia)

Assalamu'alaikum,

Masjid terakhir dalam siri Ziarah Masjid dari 2010 - 2015 sudah pasti Masjid Negara Malaysia. Alhamdulillah, sedikit demi sedikit, negeri demi negeri, jalan-jalan yang dimudahkan Allah Taala, lorong-lorong yang dibuka untuk mempermudahkan perjalanan, maka hamba berjaya menamatkan Siri Ziarah kali pertama Masjid-Masjid SeMalaysia ini. Ada sekitar 47 Masjid yang hamba ziarah, semua Masjid Negeri hamba dapat ziarah, sebahagian Masjid Lama hamba dapat ziarah, ada masjid-masjid baru tetapi penting juga untuk diziarahi seperti Masjid Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu. Ia satu pengalaman tersendiri, menempuh ujian-ujian sebelum dan semasa ziarah. Ada yang tibanya seperti Masjid itu menunggu kita, ada yang dilapangkan Masjid untuk hamba beriktikaf barang sekejap, semuanya dalam izin Allah. Memang ada juga yang 'hamba sedikit tergesa-gesa' kerana perkara tertentu, semuanya dalam izin Allah, oleh hamba yang lemah ini. 

Sebelum hamba buka blog ini pada tahun 2010, hamba dah ziarah semua masjid negeri. "Pusingan pertama" adalah sebelum mengerjakan umrah bersama anak sulong dan isteri pada tahun 2002. Ketika itu, kami memulakan perjalanan 24 jam ke Masjid Negeri Perlis di Arau, satu-satunya masjid yang belum diziarahi sebelum mengerjakan umrah tahun 2002. Kami bertolak dari Selangor dalam jam 800 pagi, terus ke Perlis, selesaikan urusan ziarah, balik semula ke Selangor dan sampai selepas berhenti banyak kali dalam jam 5/6 pagi juga.  Selepas itu, ada beberapa ziarah lagi ke Masjid Negeri sebelum menyambung pengajian peringkat PhD di luar Negara pada tahun 2006.

Dalam ziarah 2010-2015 ini, ada masjid yang sudah acap kali hamba ziarah, ada masjid yang hamba bermalam di dalamnya, ada masjid yang hamba akan pergi 'bila ada urusan terdesak'/segera', ada masjid yang 'hamba gagal dalam ujian ziarah', ada masjid yang meninggalkan kenangan ketika bersama Arwah Mursyid, ada masjid yang pengawal Masjid tidak beradab dalam menjaganya, apa-pun peristiwa, itu satu kenangan yang indah bermakna buat hamba. Ada juga  masjid yang "diperuntukkan untuk golongan khususiah", maka orang awam tidak mengetahuinya.

Semoga ada amal hamba yang diterima Allah dalam catatan-catatan Ziarah Masjid ini. Semoga ada manfaat Catatan Ziarah Masjid ini kepada para pembaca. Ziarah Masjid di Malaysia hamba tamatkan siri ini dan tangguhkan ke siri lain pula. Wassalam.























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sumber : http://www.masjidnegara.gov.my/v2/


sumber : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Mosque_of_Malaysia

National Mosque of Malaysia


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National Mosque
Masjid Negara
مسجد نݢارا
国家清真寺
தேசிய பள்ளிவாசல்
Masjid Negara.jpg
The National Mosque of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
Basic information
Location Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia[1]
Affiliation Sunni
Architect(s) Howard Ashley, Hisham Albakri and Baharuddin Kassim
Architectural style Modern
Completed 1965
Capacity 15,000
Minaret height 73 m
Materials concrete

Minaret of the National Mosque


An inside view of the National Mosque of Malaysia


Friday prayer inside main prayer hall


A structure part of the mosque

The National Mosque of Malaysia is located in Kuala Lumpur. It has a capacity of 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres (53,000 m2) of beautiful gardens. The original structure was designed by a three-person team from the Public Works Department: UK architect Howard Ashley, and Malaysians Hisham Albakri and Baharuddin Kassim. The mosque was built in 1965 on the site of a church, the Venning Road Brethren Gospel Hall, which had stood there since 1922 but was appropriated by the Malaysian government.[2] The mosque is a bold and modern approach in reinforced concrete, symbolic of the aspirations of a then newly independent Malaysia.

Its key features are a 73-metre-high minaret and a 16-pointed star concrete main roof. The umbrella, synonymous with the tropics, is featured conspicuously – the main roof is reminiscent of an open umbrella, the minaret's cap a folded one. The folded plates of the concrete main roof are a creative solution to achieving the larger spans required in the main gathering hall. Reflecting pools and fountains spread throughout the compound.



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History


Malaya gained its independence from the British government on 31 August 1957. Major development programs in areas of economy, social and architecture were actively implemented in line with the new government. The programs were also to portray new progressive culture and achieved democracy. Therefore, on 30 July 1957, in the meeting of the Federal Executive Council an idea to build a national mosque as a symbol of the country’s independence was mooted. In another meeting on 5 March 1958, Chief Ministers of the eleven states in the Federation of Malaya, a proposal was made to name the mosque Masjid Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, in recognition of Yang Teramat Mulia Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj’s efforts in guiding the country to gaining independence. However, Tunku refused this honour; on the contrary he named it Masjid Negara in thanksgiving for the country’s peaceful independence without bloodshed. On Friday, 27 August 1965, the mosque was declared open by the third Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the late Tuanku Syed Putra of Perlis.

The mosque underwent major renovations in 1987, and the once-pink concrete roof is now clad in green and blue tiles. Today, Masjid Negara continues to stand sleek and stylish against the Kuala Lumpur skyline. An underground passage leads to the National Mosque located near the railway station, along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin. Its unique modern design embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art calligraphy and ornamentation. Near the mosque is the Makam Pahlawan (Heroes' Mausoleum), a burial ground of several Malaysian Muslim leaders. Makam Pahlawan is a 7-pointed star concrete roofed structure.

On 27 August 2015, Masjid Negara celebrates its Golden Jubilee (50 anniversary).

Imams of Masjid Negara


  1. Haji Ghazali Abdullah (1965)
  2. Hj. Mohd Salleh Hassan Farid
  3. Datuk Sheikh Abdul Mohsein bin Hj. Salleh (1974-1975)
  4. Dato' Hj. Ahmad Shahir bin Haji Daud (1975-1980)
  5. Dato' Hj. Abu Hassan bin Din Al-Hafiz (1981-1983)
  6. Dato' Hj. Ahmad Shahir bin Haji Daud (1984-1992)
  7. Haji Arifin Harun (1992-1993)
  8. Dato' Hj. Taib Azamudden bin Md. Taib (1993-1999)
  9. Haji A. Jalil bin Sindring @ Prangerang (1999-Sep. 2001)
  10. Haji Wan Halim bin Wan Harun (2001-2004)
  11. Dato' Haji Kamaruddin bin Hj Zakaria (2005-2006)
  12. Tan Sri Dato' Syaikh Hj.Ismail bin Hj.Muhammad (February 2007-present)

See also



References


  • Google maps. "Location of Masjid Negara". Google maps. Retrieved 24 September 2013.



  • External links


    Media related to Masjid Negara at Wikimedia Commons



    sumber : http://kuala-lumpur.attractionsinmalaysia.com/National-Mosque.php

    National Mosque Kuala Lumpur (Masjid Negara)

    Location: Kuala Lumpur

    Location Info

    Address: Jalan Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
    Office Number: +603 2693 7905
    Opening Hours: 06:30am - 01:00pm,
    02:30pm - 04:00pm,
    05:30pm - 07:00pm.
    District » City Centre

    Location

    The National Mosque of Malaysia is located at Kuala Lumpur. The mosque has a large capacity of 15,000 people and is surrounded by lush greenery which expands to a 13-acre land. The original structure of the mosque was the product of a team of three people from the Public Works Department. The mosque was actually built on the site of a church in 1965. The mosque has been standing firm on its grounds since then and is now deemed as an important symbol of the Islamic country of Malaysia.

    Overview

    The best features of the mosque are the 73 meters high minarets and its 16 pointed star concrete which is its main roof. There are many meanings to the design of the mosque. The main roof's design was inspired from the idea of an open umbrella while the minarets were like a folded umbrella. The concrete main roof utilizes the concept of folding plates in order to obtain larger space at the main gathering hall.
    Around the compound are many reflecting pools and also fountains. The National Mosque is situated just a kilometer away from the popular Lake Gardens Kuala Lumpur. The Lake Gardens itself is made up of five different gardens and parks which attract thousands of visitors annually. Among the parks at the Lake Gardens are the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park and the Deer Park Kuala Lumpur. The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is a must to visit as it is the world's largest free flight aviary. With over 3000 birds from more than 200 species, this is simply a place that you must visit. There are many shows at the bird park. Bird feeding and photo-taking as allowed in the bird park. Feeding and photo-shooting is also allowed at the deer park.
    Other places where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery and take some fantastic photos are at the Hibiscus Garden, the Orchid Garden and the Butterfly Garden. With so many pretty butterflies and colorful flowers around, be sure to bring some extra batteries for your camera. It would be a shame if you run out of battery during photo-taking sessions. Visiting the mosque and the Lake Gardens can be tiring. Maybe you can put up for the night at the hotels in Kuala Lumpur. There are various hotels to choose from depending on your budget.

    Transport

    The easiest way to get to the National Mosque is via taxi. Per trip via taxi should set you back about RM20 from anywhere within the city center. But if you want to opt for a cheaper means of transportation, you can take the RapidKL bus (B101 and B112) and get off at the Dayabumi Complex. From the complex, you can walk to the National Mosque. If you plan to take the KTM Kommuter, just remember to stop at the Old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station. You will need to walk towards the National Mosque.

    Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur

    Assalamu'alaikum,

    Mencari kelapangan masa, hamba dan keluarga sempat singgah ke Masjid Jamik Kuala Lumpur.  Masjid ini begitu strategik  kerana terletak di pertemuan Sungai Klang dan Sungai Gombak. Mengikut dapatan dan kesahihan sejarah yang terkini, Kuala Lumpur bukannya dibuka oleh Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, tetapi orang Melayu yang sudah lama menetap di Kuala Lumpur. Sayang sekali kita masih belajar sejarah lama di peringkat Sekolah Menengah. Apakah pegawai dan guru sejarah di Kementerian Pendidikan tidak sedar mengenai perkara ini. Di peringkat Universiti, ini sudah lama dibahaskan dan sudah diterima secara umum.

    Malang sekali jika kita masih bersandar cerita sejarah pada sarjana bukan anak peribumi, yang mana sarjana ini bergantung pada Barat,  Kesahihan Kuala Lumpur dibuka dan telah lama didiami oleh orang Melayu tidak pernah ditolak. Begitu juga dengan Pulau Pinang, yang telah lama didiami oleh orang Melayu sekitar Pondok Upeh, sekitar Batu Maung, lebih lama sebelum Francis Light datang 'membuka Pulau Pinang'. Agak malang, selepas 'merdeka' lebih 58 tahun, kita masih menyanjung Barat, sejarah perspektif Barat yang diketahui 'ada agenda mereka apabila membicarakan hal sejarah. Sedangkan 'Kitab Suci' mereka pun diubah mereka, apatah lagi sejarah. Hamba ada urusan lain di Masjid ini, tetapi memandangkan Masjid ini sedang diubahsuai, hamba tangguhkan dahulu urusan itu.

    Kita perlu menukar kaedah kita mempelajari sejarah. Bukan sekadar mendapat 'A', sekadar menghafal tahun, angka, tokoh, tempat, nama, peristiwa dalam sejarah. Sejarah perlu membina jatidiri yang kental dalam kalangan anak Melayu. Sejarah jika dipelajari, banyak benar pengajarannya. Kitab Al-Quran juga merupakan sebahagiannya "Kitab Sejarah', kerana merakamkan hal sejarah lalu. Ketika hamba menjelajah Sepanyol beberapa tahun dahulu, orang Sepanyol begitu berbangga dengan Bahasa, sejarah dan budaya mereka walaupun Negara mereka tidaklah 'gah' seperti dahulu. Begitu juga semasa hamba bermalam beberapa malam di Peranchis. Walaupun tahu berbahasa Inggeris, mereka bangga berbahasa Peranchis.

    Sejarah akan berulang. Kegemilangan lalu akan berulang. Itu bukan kata hamba.  Bersabarlah. Itulah nasihat untuk hamba yang lemah ini. Wassalam.


     Mimbar di Masjid di Malaysia sebenarnya merupakan sebahagian daripada senibina Melayu








     Sudah lebih 100 tahun Masjid ini







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    Sebuah lukisan lama Masjid Jamek KL dahulunya



    sumber :  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamek_Mosque

    History
    The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sir Alaeddin Sulaiman Shah officially opened the mosque in 1909, two years after construction was completed. The mosque was built on the first Malay burial ground in the city. Before the national mosque, Masjid Negara, was opened in 1965, Masjid Jamek served as Kuala Lumpur's main mosque. The architect was Arthur Benison Hubback.[2]

    Features

    The mosque has a Moorish, Indo-Saracenic or Mughal architecture.[3] Across the Gombak River stands the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, a building that was designed by the same architect and shares a similar style.
    Nearby is the Masjid Jamek LRT station that is served by the Kelana Jaya Line, Sri Petaling Line and Ampang Line. The station is located between Chinatown and Little India; Dataran Merdeka is also nearby.

    Imams and Muadhins of Jamek Mosque

    • Imams:
      • Ustaz Hj. Abdul Halim bin Yatim (90an-present)
      • Ustaz Mohd Zamri bin Shafie (2004-2013)
      • Ustaz Mohd Faisal bin Tan Mutallib (Chief Of Imams at Jamek Mosque from 2010–present)
      • Ustaz Mohd Saiful Azhar (Chief Of Imams at Jamek Mosque from ?-2010)
      • Ustaz Mohd Hisyam (2012)
      • Ustaz Mohd Syukri (2012–present)
      • Ustaz Ahmad Firdaus (2013 - 2014)
      • Ustaz Abdul Razak (Feb 2015)
    Muadhins:
    • Ustaz Mohd Al-Shahqafi (2011-2012)
    • Ustaz Mohd Syukri (December 2011-July 2012)
    • Ustaz Nor Azaruddin bin Ahmad
    • Ustaz Mohd Izwan bin Sharif (Until Nov 2014)
    • Ustaz Mohd Hafiz (Since July 2012)
    • Ustaz Mohd Farhan (Since Jun 2013)
    • Ustaz Ahmad Sayuti (Since Feb 2015)


    sumber: http://www.malaysiasite.nl/masjidjamekeng.htm

    The Masjid Jamek is situated, where both rivers the Sungei Klang and the Sungei Gombak meet. Right at this very place has the history of Kuala Lumpur started.
    The mosque was built in 1907 and officially opened by the Sultan of Selangor on 23rd of December in 1909. The Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur is the oldest mosque in KL.

    This is the very spot for Kuala Lumpur's history, where the early settlers of Kuala Lumpur built their shacks. In the 1850s, early miners would unload here their equipment and provisions. They would then trek up the jungle path to Ampang, where they would dig for tin.
    Masjid Jamek was the main mosque of Kuala Lumpur untill The National Mosque was built in 1965 near the railway station.

    It was designed by Arthur Benison Hubbock, an architectural assistant in the Public Works and Survey Department, who was intrigued and inspired by the Mogul architecture of India.

    The Masjid Jamek cost RM32,625 and the money was raised by subscription from the Malaysian community and Government funds.
    Its palm trees and the location on the banks of the Klang and Gombak rivers provide a tranquil setting that complements the Masjid Jamek's exquisite domed tower.
    .
    There are three domes surround the prayer hall; the central dome is 21.3m (70 ft) high and is flanked by two lower domes.
    The biggest dome at the centre was collapsed in the 1990s and later rebuilt. At the corners are two red and white striped minarets.

    At the corners are two red and white striped minarets 26.8m (88 ft) high, identical in design with chatris (umbrella-shaped cupolas, usually domed and open-sided) on the top.
    A large number of small chatris top the entrances and corners of the Mosque.

    This striking red-brick and marble building is inspired by the mogul/north Indian Islamic architecture.

    Commonly referred to as the "Friday Mosque, the crowd will be over flooded up to the street and the LRT Station nearby (no wonder they name it Masjid Jamek station) on Friday.
    A must visit for all who come to Kuala Lumpur
    As mentioned: the mosque is easily to reach by Star LRT (station Masjid Jamek). Using the the KL-Monorail, go Hang Tuah station, transfer to the Star LRT.

    Nearby on walking' distance are:
    - the Central Market,
    - China Town,
    - Little India
    - and the Merdeka Square.


    Jamek (Jamik) is derived from Arabic. It means a place of congregation for religious purposes.
    For the important imams there is a special parking place in the area
    of the mosque. Placards indicate for which imam the parking place is
    intended.

    The access to the mosque is of course free. You can do a donation at the end, however. These are of course not at all oblige. The
    donation box stands even concealed established.

    Stay duration at the mosque:
    approx. ¾ hour