Masjid Nabvi

Lighting system is so impressive that no one feels when the sun sets and

artificial lights replace it.Six big automatic umbrellas  have been fixed

in the court-yard of masjid-e-Nabvi which have been opened in  sun and rain.

Its’ air-conditioning system is most modern. Air conditioning  plant is situated

eight (8) kilometres away from “Masjid-e-Nabvi” and cold air is brought through

a tunnel which keeps whole the mosque cool. The whole city of old Medina has now

come in the covered area of Masjid-e-Nabvi.Graveyard Jannat-ul-Baqqi which was

thought outside the city, now looks just out side “Masjid” .This vast extension

provides thousands of faithful to offer prayer in one time. “Masjid-e-Nabvi”  also

has an upper level and a roof which have doubled its capacity.

Masjid Nabvi (3)

 

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One Response to Masjid Nabvi

  1. noumanali says:

    In early stage it was only a piece of land where there were some graves of polytheist (Mushrakeen) and on the other side there were some trees of dates. And some part of the land was full with rain water. In first instance all the trees were rooted out and a mosque was built which roof was very short and can be touched just raising a hand up. After this initial stage, it was constructed with mud, which was brought from the place where today the grave yard of Madina(Janat-ul-Baqqi) is situated. During this construction not only the companions but also Prophet Muhammad sallalla ho allihi wasalam, him self worked practically. Prophet sallalla ho allihi wasalam brought bricks and helped his companions to build this spiritual mosque.

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