Good morals lead to heaven’ mahya graces Türkiye’s Ulu Mosque

In a timeless tradition dating back centuries, the mahya “Good morals lead to heaven” now adorns the minarets of the historic Ulu Mosque in northwestern Bursa, casting a radiant glow over the cityscape during the holy month of Ramadan.

Mahya, an intricate form of traditional Turkish Islamic art, involves hanging illuminated messages between the minarets of mosques as a symbol of reverence and devotion during Ramadan. These messages, crafted from lights arranged to spell out words or phrases from Islamic scripture, prayers or messages of peace and solidarity, serve as a beacon of spiritual enlightenment for worshippers and passersby alike.

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