Muslims have clear knowledge, and understanding of the importance of the Great Mosque, or the Grand Mosque in Makkah in their religion. Even though other mosques are often referred to as The Great Mosque too, the one in Makkah is called Al-Masjid al-Haram, and it is where the most holy of holiest shrines is seated – the Ka’aba. Over the years, the mosque has been developed and expanded around the Ka’aba – the reason for the mosque, in the first place, was to contain the holy shrine. The mosque was built on the place where the prophet received his holy message (the Revelation). It is also the place from where Islam spread and as said, it was built to contain the holy Ka’aba (Al-Munajjid, 1999, n.p.).
But the ruling concept here also becoming a very common debate is how consumerist activities overshadowing beliefs and religion to become the foremost habit in our lives. Although some people may disagree, Islam has negatively been affected by consumerism/capitalism as it has converted religious festivals and rituals turning them into a platform to publicize one’s superiority, not just that but also allowing people to use religion as a means to justify any fraud they may commit, and transforming the once purely religious way of life into an outlet to earn money by any means, disregarding its true
Inspired by the stories and meaning of the religion, many miraculous works can be present to the world. And many wisdom philosophic thinking comes from religion stories. However, it can’t be ignored that religion in the West causes some problems; the typical one is religious extremism which aims to satisfy the lust in the name of religion and causes a strong concern across the West. It not only causes casualties and property damage, but more seriously, brings social unrest and political
They were built larger to accommodate more people. In the eleveth and twelfth century, Monasticism was the main factor driving the unique arts and culture in Europe. New orders such as Cistercia, Cluniac, Carthusian and monasteries were established throughout Europe. With economic prosperity, political stability and increase in population, building activity increased for the next two centuries. With the flux in number of priests and monks, and pilgrims who came to worship, Churches ' design adapted the style of Roman basillica with a nave, lateral aisles, apse and transept.
Since ancient times, there are many arguments about the tourist motivations but the social element will be the main element that motive people to travel. The social element widely explains that it has a great influence to motive a tourist travel. It is always can make tourists want to escape everything temporarily from their daily routines, without any worries and they will return to their usual environment when they already find out what they want from the journey. According to the study of Crompton, 1979, explains the tourist motivations is one of the factors that make tourists travel and it is a key factor to compel and impel force all the tourist behavior. There are two types of tourist motivations which are cultural motives: new and
Introduction In a globalising world, travellers are seeking authentic experiences. This is when most will turn to cultural tourism. Cultural Tourism is “the traveling to experience the places and activities that authentically represent the stories and people of the past and present.” This practice has a long history, with its roots in the Grand Tour era. Cultural Tourism emphasizes on the education, and communicative experience on the authenticity of such travel. Cultural Tourism has always been associated positively with the promotion of one’s culture.
INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background of the study Religious tourism is one of the earliest forms of tourism. The idea of the religious pilgrimage begins almost with the dawn of humanity. Almost since the dawn of history human beings have travelled to holy sites. Owing to this fact it show that religiosity has become one of major contribution in Muslim Economic country. Besides that it has a significant influence on people's attitudes, values and behaviours at the level of both the individual and society (Mokhlis, 2009).
Be it the Protestant-Catholic wars, the Crusades, the Kashmir issue, the Israel-Palestine conflict or the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, religion, an institution that serves the purpose of bringing order to society, has surprisingly been a major factor in these historical as well as current conflicts. It plays a significant role in world politics. Hence, addressing and resolving religious conflicts is a matter of utmost importance because it not only hinder the lives of ordinary people but also, pose a threat to a nation’s democracy, sovereignty, and integrity. It can cause instability in a country and loss of communication between individuals and firms, which in turn can result in the stalling of technological innovations and ideas. Thus, hampering economic
An economy is one of the impacts make person 's behavior changes. People might break the religion 's rule to chasing materialistic. However, not everyone does that, the significance of religious really much effect on economic behavior. Religion is a culture and contributes to making up an own culture for each country, that 's why each country has a different religion. When religion comes to a country, it will exchange culture between many different countries and create a new religion which is more enriching the cultural.
He viewed that the main reason for massive growth of travel industry was evolution of railways, freighting, motor car and airplane. Moreover, launch of paid holiday and mass tourism concept also boosted travel habits among people. Due to the development of information technology people could travel to far off places which were almost unreachable few decades ago. The study concluded that the improvements made in transport and communication systems were the main reasons behind speedy growth of tourism globally. Caprihan and Shivakumar (2002) in their study viewed that tourists’ decisions globally were negatively influenced by inappropriate conditions like terrorist attacks, battle, plague and distress, etc.