Baitul Ma’mur (Arabic: الْبَيْتِ الْمَعْمُورِ) or the “Frequented House” is situated in the 7th heaven, directly above the Ka’aba on earth. The angels make hajj to this House like we make hajj to Ka’aba. The Ka’aba on earth is a replica of it. In the 4th heaven, there is a river called Haywaan (River of Life). Each day, The leader of the angels Jibra’eel (alayhi salaam) dips in it and shakes his wings letting off seventy thousand drops. From each of these droplets Almighty Allah creates one angel. These Angels are commanded to perform salaah in the Bait-ul-Ma’mur. Every single day 70,000 angels visit it. This will continue on until the Day of Resurrection. As soon as they perform salaah, they come out from the Bait-ul-ma’mur never to return there again. One Angel from this group is appointed their leader and is given the duty of taking the other Angels to one spot in the Heaven where they will stand reciting the tasbeeh of Allah till the Day of Judgment.