The management of Masjid-e-Nabwi has made public a new timetable for prayers in Riaz Al-Jinnah from the first to the nineteenth of Ramadan. The revised schedule designates separate entry times for men and women.
Pilgrims can access Riaz Al-Jannah through the 37th gate of the southern courtyard. Men are permitted to enter and pray inside the space from 2:30 AM until the Fajr prayer and from 11:30 AM until the Isha prayer.
Women, like men, will have a specified time to enter Riaz Al-Jannah. They will be allowed to enter the area from the time of Fajr prayer until 11 a.m., and from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. This schedule will allow female worshippers to attend prayers in a safe and welcoming environment.
Additional times have been set to accommodate more worshippers throughout the holy month, which is a popular time for religious events in Saudi Arabia.
Overall, this schedule is a huge step forward for the Muslim community because it allows both men and women to participate in Ramadan prayers at the Prophet’s Mosque.
About Riaz Al-Jannah
Riaz al-Jannah is the name of a portion of the Prophet’s Mosque. The phrase “Garden of Paradise” translates to “Garden of Heaven,” and worshipping here is regarded to provide considerable spiritual advantages. Many Muslims who visit the hallowed mosque prefer to worship at this location, which is usually busy during rush hour.