Pictures of Masjid e Nabvi from Inside - The Old Structure.
Images Clicked on 16 November 2010
At the heart of the Masjid is a very special but small area
named ar-Rawdah an-Nabawiyah, which extends from the tomb of
the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be Upon him) to his
pulpit. All pilgrims attempt to visit and pray in ar-Rawdah,
for there is a tradition that supplications and prayers uttered
here are never rejected. Entrance into ar-Rawdah is not always
possible (especially during the Hajj season), as the tiny area
can accommodate only a few hundred people. Ar-Rawdah has two
small gateways manned by Saudi soldiers charged with preventing
overcrowding in the tiny area. The green
fence at the tomb of Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be Upon him)
is guarded by Wahhabi volunteers; they stop pilgrims from touching
the fence, a gesture of worship that the Wahhabis regard as
of Kaaba Shariff embeded in the Wall of Roza Mubarak
on the Back side of Sunehri Jaaliyan
is a Chabutra on the Back side of Roza Mubarak, can be accessed
from Babe Jibraeel and Babe Nisaa. This is also known as Sahaba
Ashra or Shouda Ashra.
People say that on this Chabutra Ten Sahabis used to sit in
front of the
House of Nabi e karim sallahulale wasslam. These Sahabis were
very Poor & Miskeen
and were Talib e Ilm (students). Whenever Rasool Allah (Sallahu
Aleh Wasslam) used to get any Hadiya he used to distribute it
amongst these sahabis.
people claim that the Ten Sahabis who were given the Bishaarat
of Jannat used to sit on this pulpit in front of the house of
Rasool Allah (Sallahu Aleh Wasslam)
of Dargah e Alaa Hazrat in Bareilly Shariff Resembles this image
Mimber of RasoolAllah (Sallahu Ale Wasslam)
Saheb of Masjid e Nabvi stands here.
Note : Gumbad of Alaa Hazrat is similar to the Top Potion.
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