The schedule of attendance at Rasool’s grave in Ramadan continues

The government of Saudi Arabia has issued a separate time schedule for men and women to attend the Holy Prophet’s shrine in Ramadan.

The General Presidency, which is responsible for the administrative affairs of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him), has accelerated the preparations for the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan.

Registration on the ‘Nasak’ platform has been made mandatory for pilgrimage, while attendance at Roza Athar will be from the south courtyard opposite Gate 37.

Implementation of the operational plan prepared for pilgrims and worshipers in the Prophet’s Mosque has been started.

Under its plan for the month of , the commitment has been expressed to keep the Prophet’s Mosque 24 hours ready for the movement of pilgrims and worshipers with all services.

In addition, in view of the increase in the number of worshipers during Ramadan, it has been decided to open the roof of the Prophet’s Mosque for worshipers.

The work of organizing attendance at Rasool sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and timings of nawafl there through “Nasak” application is in progress, the attendance of men and women at Rasool sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam will be from the south yard opposite to Gate No. 37.

However, registration on the ‘Nasq’ platform has been made mandatory for pilgrims, and pilgrims will be allowed to visit Rawza Sharif from the beginning of Ramadan to the 19th of Ramadan.

Men will be allowed to attend the Holy House from 2.30 am to Fajr prayer and women from Fajr prayer to 11 am. From 11.30 to Isha prayer at night, men will be allowed to enter the Holy House, while after that women will be allowed to attend until 2 am.

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