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" Hedjra, the most sacred place of the mosque, is a place called El Rodha, or the Garden, pointed out by Mohammed in the words : ' Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise.' Excepting as regards the flowers painted upon the columns... "
Chambers's Pocket Miscellany - Page 156
1854
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Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Arabian Peninsula - 1829
...Rodha, ie a garden, or the Garden of the Faithful; a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said: " Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise." The pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, about midway between the Hedjra and the west...
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Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Arabian Peninsula - 1829
...Rodha, ie a garden, or the Garden of the Faithful; a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said: " Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise." The pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, about midway between the Hedjra and the west...
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Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Arabian Peninsula - 1829
...Rodha, ie a garden, or the (Jarden of the Faithful; a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said: " Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise." The pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, about midway between the Hedjra and the west...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 3

1841
...given to a part of the southern portico of the great mosque of El-Medeeneh, because the Prophet said, " Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise."—See Burckhardt's Arabia, page 337. Or doth the remembrance of a beauteous damsel, who...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - Art - 1846
...from a holy place called El Rodha, or the Garden—a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said, " Between my tomb and my pulpit is a g-arden of the gardens of paradise." The pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, and the name of Rodha belongs strictly to...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany, Volumes 23-24

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1853
...the other domes y, and ornamented with a large globe and a both said to be of pure gold. Ke^t to tha Hedjra, the most sacred place of the mosque, is a...regards the flowers painted upon the columns of the liodha, there is no other trace of a garden about it. ' The entrance to the Rodha, near Bab-es-Salam,...
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The Dublin review, Volume 39

1855
...we entered the celebrated spot called El Rauzah, or the Garden, after a saying of tlie Prophet's, ' between my Tomb and my Pulpit is a Garden of the Gardens of Paradise.' On the north and west sides it is not divided from the rest of the portico ; on the south lies the...
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Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El-Madinah and Meccah

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Arabian Peninsula - 1856 - 492 pages
...again, " between my house and my pulpit is a Garden of the Gardens of Paradise." A third tradition—" Between my tomb and my pulpit is a Garden of the Gardens of Paradise, and verily my pulpit is in my Full Cistern." Tara, or " upon a Full Cistern of the Cisterns of Paradise,"...
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Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah, Volume 1

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Arabian Peninsula - 1857 - 422 pages
...we entered the eelebrated spot called Kl Ilauzah, or the Garden, after a saying of the Prophet's, " Between my Tomb and my Pulpit is a Garden of the Gardens of Paradise." * On the north and west sides it is not divided from the rest of the portico; on the south lies the...
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Chambers's miscellany of instructive & entertaining tracts, Volume 19

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1872
...from a holy place called El Rodha, or the Garden—a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said: ' Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of paradise.' The pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, and the name of Rodha belongs strictly to...
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