An Excellent find by member dr76 of Sunniforum and MuftiSays. May Allah reward him for sharing such valuable information. He has really pleased this Aashiq-e-Rasul (Peace and Blesings of Allah be Upon Him) with this video. Thanks also to the unknown maker of the 3D video.
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Where to say Salam to the Prophet and his two companions
Fatima's Chamber with her Mihrab and bed (Mamluk)
Aisha's Chamber where the 3 Noble graves are located (Mamluk)
Also another interesting find, The Gaurdian of The Prophets Grave (not verified)
Please note, one of the images seen in the video is of a Fake painting as can be seen below.
This is just a plan of a Few Bad Unbelievers, who created this false image of Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) Tomb. as We are guided by the greatest personality of Mankind, we are not allowed to do anything wrong with them or with their believes.
Below are some pictures with the title and "FAKE IMAGE " claimed as Prophet Mohammed's Tomb. I have added most pictures being used on the internet.
Hadhrat Ali (radhiAllaahu anhu) narrates that Nabi (sallAllaahu alaihi wasallam) deputed him with the important duty of destroying any (animate) picture or figure that he saw and flattening any grave that he saw which was (unusually) high. [Mishkaat, page 148]
The above is the most common fake image
The Pictrue below is probably as far as you'll get
Its behind these walls. We are not able to see! those who try, they just see darkness, dust, light and a veil.
SO WHOSE TOMB PICTURES ARE THEY?
The tomb in the photo's are not the BLESSED one of our Prophet (salallahu aleyhi was salaam) but it is the tomb of Uthman Ghazi, the first sultan of the Ottoman Empire!
And here is the proof : match these pictures..
and match the picture found on Wikipedia and above... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osman_I
And the pictures below are of Maulna Rumi in Konya, Turkey
(more info on Maulana Rumi from Wikipedia... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumi)
What a pity that in many Muslim countries these tombs are presented as the tomb of the Prophet (salallahualeyhi sallam) and pictures are sold and are hung into houses.
PS: The Prophet (salallahu aleyhi was salaam) has no tomb or sanduqa on it.
Al-Qadi 'Iyad has reported from the major scholars that it is best to make a hump over the grave because Sufyan an-Nammar told him that he had seen the grave of the Prophet, peace be upon him, with a hump over it."
Ja'far bin Muhammad reported from his father: "The grave of the Prophet, peace be upon him, was raised one hand from the ground and was coated with red clay and some gravel."
This was narrated by Abu Bakr An-Najjad
Run this and view the real location and tomb of one of these tombs.