The Blessed Places – Islam’s Heritage

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 O’ Muhammad (Peace be upon him) unlimited blessings of Allah are upon you

Masjid Al Haraam (Grand Mosque) in Makkah-tul-Mukarramah. The Ka’ba is located in this mosque.

Gunbad-e-Khadhra (Green Dome) in Masjid Al Nabawi Sharif in Madinah tul Munawwarah. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is resting right under the Green Dome.

Masjid Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem, around which hundreds of Mazarat of Prophets and Messengers of Allah (Peace be upon them) and Aulia Allah (May Allah be pleased with them) are located. This is the mosque Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. This is the mosque where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) lead the prayers of all Prophets and Messengers of Allah on the night of Al Asra Wal Me’raj.

Ka’ba-tullah in the Grand Mosque of Makkah. This was built by Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and his son Prophet Ishmael (Ismaeel) (Peace be upon them)

The beautiful scene of Masjid Al Nabawi Al Sharif at night. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his companions built the mosque when they migrated from Makkah to Madinah

Dome of the Rock Mosque  (Qubbatus-Sakhrah Masjid) in Jerusalem.

Mazar-e-Mubarak (Grave) of Allah's Last Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him). On the left is the Mazar-e-Mubarak, first Caliph of Islam, Ameer ul Mo'mineen Sayyidna Abubakr AlSiddiq (May Allah be pleased with him)

Almost a century old picture of Mazar-e-Mubarak (Grave) of Allah's Last Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

Mazar-e-Mubarak (Grave) of Allah's Last Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

When Prophet Abraham (Peace be upon him) built the Holy Ka'ba, he left his footprints on the mud. Those footprints were preserved. Inside this display the footprint of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) can be seen. This is called Maqam-e-Ibrahim and it is located inside the Grand Mosque of Makkah, in front of Ka'ba. It is important to note that Prophet Abraham was the father of prophet Isaac and prophet Ishmael (Peace be upon all of them).

The black area in the middle of this casing is a rock called Hajr-e-Aswad (Back stone). This black stone is mounted on one of the corners of Holy Ka'ba. When Muslims start circumambulating the Ka'ba during pilgrimage, they start the walk in counter clockwise direction from this point. They kiss the black-stone or point towards it before starting the next round. It is believed to be the rock from the Heavens. Many people think that this was a meteoroid.

The footprint of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

Note: The authenticity of this footprint is not known.

Riyadhul Jannah, the space between Mazar of Hadhrat Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and his pulpit (minber). This space in Prophet's (Peace be upon him) mosque is a part of Heaven.

The seal of Allah's Messenger (Peace be upon him). Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) used to impress his seal at the end of his letters.

 A letter from Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) to one of the Arab rulers.

Muwajeh Sharif (Golden Grill). Behind this grill, from left to right is the Mazar-e-Mubarak of Hadhrat Muhammad (Peace be upon him) then first Caliph of Islam, Ameer ul Mo'mineen Hadhrat Abu Bakr's Mazar and after that is the Mazar of second Caliph of Islam, Ameer ul Mo'mineen, Hadhrat Umar Farooq (May Allah be pleased with them). Behind the right most grill is the empty space for one grave. It is believed that Prophet Jesus Christ (Peace be upon him) will be buried here.

(Muslims believe that Allah has raised Jesus Christ towards Heavens. Jesus is alive and one day will return to the world.)

Jannatul Baqi' (graveyard of Baqi')

Hundreds of Ahlebait (Family members of Prophet Muhammad, Peace be upon him), Sahaba (Companions of Prophet Muhammad, Peace be upon him) had been buried here. The circular area contains Mazarat of Imam Zain Al Abedin and other Ahlebait. The first rectangular in the middle contains Mazarat of daughters of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). The rectangular area on the left contains Mazarat of wives of Prophet, Muhammad (Peace be upon him)

Jannatul Baqi' (graveyard of Baqi')

The square shape area contains the Mazar of third Caliph of Islam, Ameer ul Mo'mineen Uthman ibn Affaan (May Allah be pleased with him). On the extreme left is the Mazar of Imam Maalik (May Allah be pleased with him)

Note: All the graves of companions and Ahlebait used to have beautiful Tombs on them. After Wahabi revolution in Saudi Arabia all the shrines and tombs were demolished and graves were leveled. Now, identification of various graves is only possible through old graveyard maps and documents.

Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) turban, blanket and stick for walk (Topkapy Museum, Turkey)

 

Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) letter to Musailma bin Kazzab (Topkapy Museum, Turkey)

The arch on the left side was the place where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to pray and lead Muslims in the prayers

Mazar-e-Mubarak Hadhrat Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (Karramallaho Wajhal Karim)

These are the swords of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), Topkapy museum

These are the swords of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), Topkapy museum

 

Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) waist-coat in Topkapy museum

The hair of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (peace be upon him) safely saved in Topkapy Museum, Turkey

The hair of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (peace be upon him) safely saved in Topkapy Museum, Turkey

The Footprint of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) safely preserved in Topkapy museum of Turkey

The Footprint of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) safely preserved in Topkapy museum of Turkey

Belongings of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) safely preserved in Topkapy Museum, Turkey

Masjid Al Quba, the first mosque built by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) when he migrated from Makkah to Madinah

 

Satellite view of Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) mosque and its surrounding areas in Madinah.

Various belongings of Allah's Messenger, Muhammad (Peace be upon him) safely preserved in Topkapy Museum, Turkey

In Madinah, mazarat of Shohada-e-Uhad. In the middle the Mazar of Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) uncle Sayyadush Shohada Hazrat Hamzah ibn Abdul Muttalib (May Allah be pleased with him)

Near Airport Road in Madinah the Mazarat of Hazrat Abu Hurairah and Hazrat Ali Al Arees (May Allah be pleased with them)

This is Jannatul Baqi' in Madinah. In the centre is the Mazar of Ameer ul Mo'mineen Sayyidna Uthman ibn Affan (May Allah be pleased with him) - 3rd Caliph of Islam.

The house of Sayyidna Abu Ayyub Ansari (May Allah be pleased with him) where Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) stayed when he migrated to Madinah. Unfortunately, this house does not exist anymore.

The house of Hazrat Haleemah Sa'diyah (May Allah be pleased with her) where Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) spent his 6 years of childhood. Throughout 13 centuries this house was saved by Muslim rulers but unfortunately, Saudi's have destroyed the Islamic Heritage in the name of Towheed. The civilized nations save their heritage but Saudi's have intentionally destroyed every possible Islamic Heritage that they could.

A beautiful aerial scene of Masjid Al Nabawi Sharif (Peace be upon him) in Madinah.

The Well near the house of Hazrat Abu Saeed Al Khdree (May Allah be pleased with him). For more than 13 centuries, the Muslim rulers preserved this Well and the Well of Hazrat Uthamn in Madinah but the Saudi government has completely destroyed its remains.

Almost a century old picture of Makkah-tul-Mukarramah

Almost a century old picture of Madinah-tul-Munawwarah

This is the place in Najaf, Iraq where Ameer ul Mo'mineen, Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (May Allah be pleased with him) was martyred.

Masjid Abu Bakr us Siddiq (May Allah be pleased with him) in Madinah.

Mazar Mubarak of Hadhrat Imam Hussain (May Allah's peace upon him), grandson of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in Iraq

In Palestine, Mazar Mubarak of Ubaadah Ibn As-Saamit (May Allah be pleased with him); one of the companions of Prophet (Peace be upon him). This very sensible representative of the Ansaar and Islam died in A.H. 34, and his memory and history will forever be cherished and honored by all Muslims.

Mazarat-e-Mubarak of Shohada-e-Karbala

Most of the family members of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) including his beloved grandson Hadhrat Imam Hussain (May Allah be pleased with them) were martyred in Karbala, Iraq in the battle of Karbala.

 

This was the area of Karbala where Imam Hussain and other Ahlebait (May Allah be pleased with them) camped and later martyred.

Mazar Mubarak, Imam-e-Azam Abu Hanifah (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Baghdad, Iraq

Mazarat Mubarak, Hadhrat Junaid Baghdadi and Hadhrat Khwja Sirri Suqti (May Allah's blessings upon them) in Baghdad, Iraq

Mazar Mubarak Hazrat Abul Fazl Al Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) in Baghdad.

The Uhad mountains near Madinah where the second battle of Islam, Battle of Uhad took place.

Mazar Mubarak Hazrat Salahuddin Ayyubi (May Allah be pleased with him) in Damascus Syria. In 1187, Salahuddin, a Kurd, defeated the Crusaders and recaptured Jerusalem.

Mazar Mubarak of Daataa Ganj Bakhsh, Ali Al Hajwairy (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Lahore, Pakistan

Mazar Mubarak Hadhrat Khwaja, Gharib Nawaz, Moinuddin Chishty (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Ajmer, India

Mazar Mubarak Sayyidna Ghos-e-Azam, Hadhrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Baghdad, Iraq

Mazar Mubarak, Shaikh-ul-Islam Hazrat Bahauddin Naqshband (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Bukhara,

Mazar Mubarak, Abu Hafs, Hadhrat Shaikh-ush-Shoyukh Shaikh Shahabuddin Omar Soharwardy (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Baghdad, Iraq

Mazar Mubarak Hadhrat Khwaja, Gharib Nawaz, Moinuddin Chishty (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Ajmer, India

Mazar and Masjid of Hadhrat Baba Freed Ganj-e-Shakar (May Allah's mercy upon him), Pakpatan, Pakistan

Mazar Mubarak Shaikh-ul-Islam Hazrat Bahauddin Zakriay Soharwardy (May Allah be pleased with them) in Multan, Pakistan

Mazar Mubarak, Hadhrat Maolana Jalaluddin Rumi, Balkhi (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Konya, Turkey

Mazar Mubarak Hazrat Shah Rukn-e-Alam Soharwardy, Grandson of Shaikh-ul-Islam Hazrat Bahauddin Zakriay Soharwardy (May Allah be pleased with them) in Multan, Pakistan

Mazar Mubarak Hazrat Makhdoom Jahanian Jahangasht Soharwardy (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Uch Sharif, Pakistan

Mazar Mubarak Hazrat Shah Jalal uddin Yemani Soharwardy (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Sylhet, Bangladesh

Mazar Mubarak, Aashiq-e-Rasool, Hadhrat Allama Maolana Syed Muhammad Riazuddin Soharwardy (May Allah's blessings upon him) in Karachi, Pakistan

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