Yanbu Dawa Team happy to announce that, They are arranged one day Ziyarath program on Eid.
We will perform the Fajar & Eid prayer at Haram, Madina Munawara.
Either Eid will be on 27/7. Our Ziyarat Bus shall be start on 26 Night at 11 P.M.
If the EID will be actual date on 28/7. Our Ziyarat bus will be start on 27 Night at 9.30 P.M.
Morning 8 A.M - 10A.M: Ziyarat will start from Quba Masjid, Masjete Qiblathan, Uhad Mountain.
Morning 10A.M - 12P.M: Before Noon we will see Bathir (battle Place, Rasullulla Camped, Disease curing well ) or Khyber Fort,
After Noon 1.30 P.M : After Zohar Prayer start and Reach at 4.30 P.M to Madai'n Shale and Al-Ula.
Evening 9.00P.M : After Isha prayer Start and reach Fajar at Yanbu al Bahar.
Amount for Ziyarath ; 200 SAR,
Break Fast and Lunch will be provided.
Contact Person: Mohamed.
Contact Number : 0558986852.
More details about places click following links..
In 2008, for its well-preserved remains from late antiquity, especially the 131 rock-cut monumental tombs, with their elaborately ornamented façades, of the Nabatean kingdom, UNESCO proclaimed Mada'in Saleh as a site of patrimony, becoming Saudi Arabia's first World Heritage Site.
Madain Saleh (Al-Hijr) dates back to the Nabataean civilization considered as one of the very important archaeological site in Saudi Arabia called "The Capital of the Monuments" as it contains huge amount of diverse of multifaceted monuments. Because of the proper climate and natural conditions in adaptation to the availability of freshwater in the area, people settled there. The Kingdom of Nabataean with its capital Petra in Jordan expanded to dominate Madain Saleh, which reach during that period, the peak of civility and civilization. They innovated in carving stones, drilling wells on the rocks, digging rainwater tanks and carving places of worship on the rocks. Study shows that Madain Saleh governed by Nabataean, then by Romanians who dominated the North Arabian Peninsula in 106 A.D.
Al-Ula was a stop along the Hijaz Railway, which connected Medina with Damascus and eventually Constantinople. It was built by the Ottomans in the early 20th century to speed up the journey to Mecca during the pilgrimage season, but the railway was only in use for a short period. During WWI, Lawrence of Arabia and his Arab allies blew up the railway in their revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Since then, the railway has been dismantled with no plans to resurrect it. The attached photo is one of many late-Ottoman period constructions along the railway. It may have been the actual al-Ula station (it was hard to tell) and is located about 5 minutes north of the centre of town. Note that the site of Mada'in Saleh contains a small museum with the actual trains.
Prepared by M.Ajmal Khan.