Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, October 6, 2023

Do's and Don'ts at Rawdah Al-Sharifa in Prophet's Mosque, Procedure to take permit

The authorities in Saudi Arabia have notified that, Muslims who intend to visit Rawdah Al-Sharifa (Riyadhul Jannah), where the Prophet Mohammed's (Peace Be Upon Him) tomb is situated at his Mosque in Madina, have been advised to adhere to a code of conduct. Trending Video : Cases in which worker's salary can be deducted without his approval

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah of Saudi Arabia stated that intending pilgrims were required to

* Make reservations well in advance to ensure your spot before visiting the esteemed site.

* Arrive at the scheduled time to avoid inconveniences or interruptions to religious activities.

* The visitor should maintain a calm and quiet behavior, avoid from shouting, while entering Al Rawdah Al-Sharifa.

* Avoid bringing food inside, for the sanctity of the mosque. Most Viewed : Umrah health insurance coverage details

* Minimize taking photos or recording, to maintain the serenity of the surroundings and respect the privacy of others.

* Do not overstay than the allotted time, as other visitors will also be waiting to experience this sacred site.

Procedure to book a permit to pray in Rawdah Al-Sharifa in Prophet's Mosque :

1. Download the Nusuk application on to your mobile.

2. Setup a new account, or login if you have already one.

3. Select "Prayers in Rawdah Al-Sharfah", from the available options. Read : Appointment is must for period vehicle inspection (Fahas)

4. Provide identifiable information of all participants.

5. Set your preferred date and time for the prayer.

6. Carefully read and ultimately accept the application instructions.

7. Click on "Continue" for further process.

8. Your permit will be promptly issued. 

- Many travelers would flock to the Prophet's Mosque for prayers and visit Al Rawdah Al Sharifa following the Umrah rituals at the Grand Mosque, Islam's holiest site in Makkah. See Also : Saudi Arabia intends to host FIFA World Cup 2034

- During this season, Saudi Arabia expected that approximately 10 million Muslims will perform the Umrah rituals from overseas.

- According to statistics from the General Authority for Care of the Two Holy Mosques, last week saw approximately 5.5 million visitors to the Prophet Mosque, the second holiest site in Islam. Al Rawada Al Sharifa witnesses 117,447 male worshipers and 119,526 female worshipers during that week.

- The Umrah season was started more than 2 months ago, when the conclusion of the Hajj pilgrimage, which almost 1.8 million Muslims performed for the first time in the last 3 years, when restrictions related to pandemic were eased. Join Saudi Expatriates Channel on WhatsApp

- The Sacred Chamber in the Prophet's Mosque is now protected by a gilded brass fence, which was unveiled by Saudi authorities in April. According to officials at the time, the new barrier replaced a wooden one in order to preserve the Mosque's aesthetic character and architectural design.

- The barrier has posts that are secured to the bottom base by internal props, ensuring its immovability under the weight of many people while also making maintenance simple.

Do's and Don'ts at Rawdah Al-Sharifa in Prophet's Mosque, Procedure to take permit -

Do's and Don'ts at Rawdah Al-Sharifa in Prophet's Mosque, Procedure to take permit -

Do's and Don'ts at Rawdah Al-Sharifa in Prophet's Mosque, Procedure to take permit -

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