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Saudi Arabia Introduces Updated Visitor Guidelines for Roza-e-Rasool

The General Authority for the Care of the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque in Saudi Arabia has recently introduced new regulations for visitors to Al Rawdah Al Sharif, also known as Riyazul Jannah, located within the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina.

Under the revised guidelines, visitors will now have a limited time of 10 minutes to spend inside Al Rawdah Al Sharif, and each person will only be permitted to visit the site once per year.

Additionally, the authority has implemented a cancellation policy, urging permit holders to cancel their appointments well in advance if they are unable to attend. Failure to cancel a permit will result in a one-year suspension from booking another visit.

Moreover, visitors are required to follow specific entry instructions, which are provided upon obtaining a permit through the Nusuk application. These instructions include arriving 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment and being present within the Haram premises 30 minutes prior to the allocated time.

Access to Al Rawdah Al Sharif will be strictly monitored through barcode scanning at the gate, with entry being denied to those without the necessary barcode.

These new guidelines aim to ensure a smooth and organized flow of worshipers, thereby enhancing the spiritual experience for each visitor while maintaining order and reverence within the sacred confines of the Prophet’s Mosque.

By regulating visitation to Al Rawdah Al Sharif, the authority seeks to optimize the spiritual journey of pilgrims and devotees, while also preserving the sanctity of this revered site.

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