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Muslims always try to learn the way prophet Muhammad S.A.W used to live so that we can follow his path. While we go to Makkah and Madinah, we also love to visit the most loved places of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.
We decided to inquire about them and came up with a list of such seven places. Enjoy reading them and next time you visit these places, make sure you know that they were the favorite ones of our beloved Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. Believe me, knowing this fact makes the visit to these places spiritual and highly satisfying.
Al-Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah
The very famous Masjid Al Haram that is located in Makkah is the most loved places of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was ordered by Allah Almighty to offer his prayers while facing the Kaabah.
Prophet Muhammad S.A.W said that a prayer offered in the Masjid Al Haram is 100,000 times rewarding than a prayer offered in any other place. Recommended: 9 Unknown Facts about the Holy Kaaba in Makkah
Masjid An-Nabawi in Madinah
The Masjid Al Nabawi is located in the city of Madinah. Prophet Muhammad S.A.W had developed affiliations with the city so much so that he once prayed to Allah that allows him and the Muslims to love the city of Madinah as much as they love Makkah or make them love Madinah more than Makkah.
It is reported that when Prophet Muhammad S.A.W would be traveling towards Madinah and would see the walls of the city from far away, he would get excited to visit the city so much that he would race up his camel towards the city. Recommended: 9 Unknown Facts about the Masjid al Nabawi
Masjid Al-Aqsa of Jerusalem
The miraculous night of Al-Israa’ and Mi`raaj was a journey was Prophet Muhammad S.A.W from Masjid al-Haram to the Masjid al Aqsa.
This has been mentioned in the Holy Quran (17,1). When Prophet Muhammad S.A.W reached Masjid al Aqsa he led a prayer there. All the Prophets offered their prayer under the leadership of the Holy Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.
Masjid Quba in Madinah
The Masjid is located in the city of Madinah. Allah Almighty and Prophet Muhammad S.A.W loved it and thereby assured that a single prayer offered there has multiple rewards. The reward is equal to the reward of performing an Umrah. Recommended: 7 Unknown Facts about Masjid-e-Quba
Mount Uhud in Madinah
The mountain of Uhad which is located in Madinah is said to be very dear to Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. It is where the battle of Uhud took place and it is where mountain where Prophet Muhammad S.A.W once stood and claimed that the mountain loves us and so do we love it back. Recommended: 14 Facts about the Battle of Uhud every Muslim should know
Al-Baqee Graveyard of Madinah
Al-Baqee` is the very famous burial ground of Madinah. It is said that about 10,000 of the companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) have been buried there. Subhan Allah.
Prophet Muhammad S.A.W would make dua of forgiveness for the companions buried in Al Baqee graveyard.
Riaz ul Jannah in Masjid al Nabawi
Prophet Muhammad S.A.W indirectly mentioned Al Rawdah by saying that the gardens of paradise are the garden located between his house and the pulpit. At the eastern side of Riyaz al Jannah, there is a house of Hazrat Aisha (R.A) most beloved wife of Holy Prophet PBUH.
Praying in Rawdah one Rakah at the place is equal to 1,000 times offering prayers. Recommended: 10 Facts about Riaz ul Jannah, the place with Green Carpet in Masjid Nabawi
Source: Saudi Gazette