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" 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 wall of the... "
Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories in Hadjaz ... - Page 147
by John Lewis Burckhardt - 1829
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Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Arabian Peninsula - 1829
...partition is considered the most holy place in the mosque, and called Rodha, ie a garden, or the Garden of the Faithful; a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed,...west wall of the mosque, and the name Rodha strictly belongs to that space only which is between the pulpit and the Hedjra, though the whole southern colonnade...
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The thousand and one nights, commonly called, in England, the ..., Volume 3

1841
...is 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
...wooden partition, dividing the southern colonnade from a holy place called El Rodha, or the Garden—a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said, " Between...pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, and the name of Rodha belongs strictly to that space only which is between the pulpit and the Hedjra....
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Chambers's pocket miscellany, Volumes 23-24

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1853
...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 of the liodha, there is no other trace of...
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Volume 12

1854
...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 of the Rodha, there is no other trace of...
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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
...we entered the celebrated spot called El Rauzah, or the Garden, after a saying of the Prophet's, " between my Tomb and my Pulpit is a Garden of the Gardens of Paradise."J On the north and * This by strangers is called the ilasalla Shafei, or the Place of Prayer...
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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
...wooden partition, dividing the southern colonnade from a holy place called El Rodha, or the Garden—a name bestowed upon it by Mohammed, who said: ' Between...pulpit of the mosque stands close to this partition, and the name of Rodha belongs strictly to that space only which is between the pulpit and the Hedjra....
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An English and Arabic dictionary

Joseph Catafago - Arabic language - 1873 - 1096 pages
...name is given to a part of the southern portico of the great mosque of El-Medineh, because the prophet said, Between my tomb and my pulpit is a garden of the gardens of Paradise. See Burckhardt's Arabia, p. 337. T !j\j ra-uf, An attribute of God, merciful, propitious, benign, benevolent....
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