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Listed below are some of the Ziyarath sites covered by us

Mecca Ziyarath

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Ghar E Soor

Also known as Ghar Thawr and Ghar e Soor, the Cave of Thawr has religious significance.

According to Islamic legends, this cave is where the Holy Prophet (ﷺ)and his companion Abu Bakr al-Siddiq found shelter when fleeing from Quraish search parties

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It is in this city of Mina near Mecca that the Hajj pilgrims perform the ritual stoning of the Devil (ramy al-jamarat) on the last day of the Hajj. Mina is best known for the role it plays during the annual Hajj pilgrimage when its tent cities provided by the Saudi government give temporary accommodation to millions of visiting pilgrims

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Mount Uhud

Previously known as Anqad. Mount Uhud boasts great prophesies of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), who climbed on the mount along with his beloved companions. The mountain witnessed the great Battle of Uhud that took place during the 3 AH (19th March, 625 CE) between the Quraysh of Makkah and the Muslims (Muhajireen and Ansar) of Medina.

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After the sunset of the 9th of Dhul Hijjah pilgrims move on to Muzdalifah. There they spend the night. Firstly they pray the Maghrib (sunset) and ‘Isha (night) prayers together. 

Taif Ziyarath

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Grave Of Hamzahرضي الله عنه

In the heart of the tranquil Uhud mountain range lies a site of profound reverence and historical significance — the gravesite of Hamza ibn Abdul Muttalib (.رضي الله عنه),

Badr Ziyarath

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Masjid E Quba

Masjid Quba (Arabic: مسجد قباء) is where the Prophet (ﷺ), accompanied by Abu Bakr (رضي الله عنه), first stayed in Madinah after emigrating from Makkah. They arrived on Monday 12th Rab’i al-Awwal, fourteen years after Prophethood and this date marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar (Hijra), (16th July 622 CE). A mosque was established here by the Prophet (ﷺ), the first to be built in Islam.

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Masjid Al Qiblatayn

This is Masjid al-Qiblatain (Arabic: مسجد القبلتين), translated as the “Mosque of the Two Qiblas”. In Rajjab 2 AH, the revelation of the Quranic verse came to change the direction of the Qibla from Masjid al-Aqsa in Jerusalem to the Ka’bah in Makkah. Masjid al-Qiblatain is historically important to Muslims as it is the location where the first congregational salah was prayed following the change.

Madinah Ziyarath

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Beer E Roha

This  is a mystical well near Ar-Rawha valley where numerous historic events have taken place in the past. The well’s water was once salty, bitter, and unfit to drink. When Prophet Mohammad (ﷺ) heard this, he spat into the water, making it drinkable ever since that day. 

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Jabal Malaikah

This is Jabal Malaikah (Mountain of the Angels ) which is located next to Katheeb al-Hannan. It is from this mountain that the angels came to assist the Prophet (ﷺ) and the Sahabah during the Battle of Badr.

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Masjid E Abbas

Masjid Abdullah Ibn Abbas, in Taif, is build close to the grave of the great sahabi Abdullah Ibn Abbas (رضي الله عنه). He was the paternal cousin of the Prophet (ﷺ) and is revered by Muslims for his knowledge. He was an expert in Tafsir (exegesis of the Quran) and an authority on the Islamic Sunnah, the practice of the Prophet (ﷺ).

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Masid E Addas

One of the sacred places within the vicinity of Al Mathnah, Masjid Addas was built on what was believed to be Addas's house. Addas was the slave of Utbah bin Rabiah, who fed the Prophet (ﷺ) with grapes when he stopped in Utbah's orchard after he and his companion, Zaid bin Harithah were chased out by Taif's dwellers

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Masjid E Ali

Built during the time of Sharif Abd al-Muttalib ibn Ghalib in the 19th century,

the mosque is believed to be constructed upon one of the sites where the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) and his adopted son, Zayd ibn Harithah, took rest in an orchard while they were on their way back to Mecca

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Masjid al-Ji’rranah

Masjid al-Ji’rranah (Arabic: مسجد الجعرانة) is situated approximately 24km north-east of Masjid al-Haram and is one of the Miqat places where pilgrims enter into the state of Ihram for the performance of Umrah. In the year 8 AH the Prophet (ﷺ) camped in this location for a few days after the Battle of Hunayn, entered into the state of Ihram and then proceeded to Makkah for Umrah.

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Ghar E Hira

A cave in Mount Hira (near Mecca) is the location where the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) received his revelations from Allah SWT through the angel Gabriel. Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) lived in this cave while he received messages from God and therefore refrained from leaving for prolonged periods of time.

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 Arfath / Jable Rahmath

The Hill of Arafat is also known as Jabal ar-Rahmah, meaning Mountain of Mercy. On the ninth day of hajj, pilgrims leave Mina for Mount Arafat where they stand in contemplative vigil and pray and recite the Quran.

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Wadi e jinn

The history of Wadi-e Jinn lies in the oldest scriptures of Islam that prove the existence of Jinn in the valley. The Quran has mentioned Jinn about 29 times.It has been observed that the vehicles are moved towards Madinah, and locals believe that Jinn are present in the place.

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The Seven Mosques

These seven mosques are linked to Ghazwat al-Khandaq (the Battle of the Trench), also known as Ghazwat al-Ahzab (Battle of the Confederates), and they are located on the western side of the Sala' Mountain, near a part of the trench which the Muslims dug .

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Masjid Al Ghamamah

Mosque of Al-Ghamamah is one of the oldest mosques in Medina, Saudi Arabia, located in the place believed to be where the Islamic prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) performed an Eid prayer in the year 631. It is also narrated that Muhammad (ﷺ)offered Salat ul-Istasqa when the city of Madina faced a shortage of rain

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Quran Factory

King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy Qur'an (Arabic: مجمع الملك فهد لطباعة المصحف الشريف) is a printing plant located in Medina, Saudi Arabia that publishes the Quran in Arabic and other languages.

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