Mehrab-e-Tahajjud is a special area in Masjid-e-Nabvi, which is located in the city of Medina in Saudi Arabia. The word “Mehrab” refers to a niche in the wall of a mosque that indicates the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca, which Muslims face during their daily prayers.
The Mehrab-e-Tahajjud is located in the southern part of the mosque, near the Rawdah (or Rawdah Sharif) area, which is considered a sacred space by Muslims. It is also known as the “Prophet’s (PBUH) private praying area”, as it is believed that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to offer his voluntary night prayers (Tahajjud) in this area.
The Mehrab-e-Tahajjud is decorated with beautiful calligraphy and intricate designs, and it is considered a special place for Muslims to offer their voluntary night prayers. Many visitors to Masjid-e-Nabvi try to pray in this area, as it is believed to be a place of great spiritual significance and blessings.