Prophet’s Mosque (Masjid-an-Nabwi)

History Of Prophet's Mosque (Masjid-an-Nabwi)

Umrah and Hajj are sacred Islamic pilgrimage in which Muslims from every corner of the globe get Umrah Package and Hajj Package and go to Kaaba to perform Umrah and Hajj. People who perform these rituals are very lucky. Muslims who go for Umrah and Hajj visit Prophet Mosque but do not know history of it. In this article history of prophet’s mosque is explain briefly.

Prophet’s Mosque, courtyard of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in Madina, Arabian Peninsula, which was the model for later Islamic design. The home of Muhammad (PBUH) and his family was a straightforward structure, made of crude block that opened on an encased courtyard where individuals gathered to hear him.

Masjid-an-Nabwi Inside View

In 634 Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) declared that prayer be coordinated to Mecca. Against the wall facing Mecca, the qiblah wall, he built a covered shelter upheld by pillars made of palm trunks. Against the opposite wall of the yard stood a covered display to protect his companions, the antecedent of the roofed speeches in later mosques.

In 628 a minbar, or lectern, was included with the goal that the Prophet was raised above the crowd; besides leading prayer, Muhammad (PBUH) announced his new law and chose question from the minbar. Later mosques likewise consolidated political, legal, and religious capacities.

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In 706 Caliph al-Walīd I demolished the first block structures and made a new mosque on the site. The new mosque, containing the tomb of Muhammad (PBUH), is one of the three holiest spots of Islam.

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