Roda Rasool Masjid E Nabvi, also known as the Rawdah or the Rawdah Mubarak, is a sacred area located inside the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is believed to be the spot where Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to offer his prayers and spend his time with his family and companions.
The Rawdah is a rectangular area measuring approximately 22 meters by 15 meters, and it is surrounded by a low wall topped with a green railing. The area is covered with a green carpet, and there are several pillars and arches supporting the roof above.
Muslims from all over the world visit the Rawdah to offer prayers and seek blessings. It is considered to be one of the most sacred places in Islam, and it is believed that offering prayers in the Rawdah is equivalent to offering prayers in Jannah (Paradise). However, due to the large number of visitors, access to the Rawdah is restricted, and only a limited number of people are allowed to enter at any given time.