Masjid-e-Nabawi (S.A.W) will be opened for pilgrims from this Monday

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Roza Nabavi (S.A.W) will be opened for pilgrims from this Monday.
Roza Nabavi (S.A.W) will be opened for pilgrims from this Monday.
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Madina Monawra: The Holy shrine Masjid-e-Nabawi, which has been closed for several months due to the Corona epidemic, will be reopened on Monday, October 19.
After which hundreds of people will be allowed to offer prayers there. People who have been waiting for many months to offer prayers at the holy shrine are very happy with this news.

According to the management of Masjid-e-Nabawi, times have been fixed for prayers at Roza Sharif. Women will be allowed at the Holy shrine from the time of sunrise to the noon prayers.

Daily 900 women will be given permission to pray at Roza Sharif. The Holy Mosque will be closed after Isha prayers and reopened one hour before Fajr prayers.

However, Friday prayers will be offered only in the old part of the Holy Shrine and the Prophet’s Mosque.

But it is to be noted that permission must be obtained from the ‘Etemarna’ app for the Ziarat of the Holy shrine and to perform prayers at the Holy place.

While Entry into the premises of Roza Athar will be allowed on the day of the permit.

Hence, In the meantime, Corona’s safety precautions measures must be fully implemented, including the use of face masks, sanitizer, and social distancing.

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