Advice of Hadhrat Abul Barakaat (May Allah shower His mercy on him) for those who go to Madina
The eldest son of Hadhrat Muhaddith-E-Deccan (May Allah shower His Mercy on him), Hadhrat Abul Barakaat Syed Khaleeullah Shah Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Qadri (May Allah shower His mercy on him) has mentioned some valuable advice which his illustrious father gave. Observing and following them will lead to eternal blessings of the two Holy Cities
My father would break into tears when he would instruct the visitor to Madina about the special manners and etiquette of Madina. He would say with a lot of emphasis: Listen son! Madina is like the court of live king.
You should be sure that the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) immediately knows whatever you say and/or do. The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) is alive as He was in His worldly life.
While explaining this, he would often relate the incident of a person, who told his friend that everything in Madina is good, but the curd here is a bit smelly. The same night, he saw the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) in his dream who said: If you don’t like the curd of my city, then why do you stay here?
After relating this incident, Hadhrat would instruct that while staying there, one should be very careful about one’s words and actions. Be careful! Don’t hurt anyone there.
Even craziness will pass before Allah
But be careful before Hadhrat Muhammad
Those who go for Haj and to Madina should consider their stay there a great respite and should be punctual in Salaat and should also offer Salaat Ul Tahajjud, Ishraq, Chaasht, Awwabeen, etc. When in Ihraam, they should recite the Talbeeh profusely and recite Durud as well.
One should visit and offer 2 Raka’at of Salaat in Masjid Quba and Qiblatain. One should also visit Jannatul Baq‘ee where more than 10,000 Companions, Taba‘een and Taba Taba‘een are resting. One should also visit Uhud where the graves of the Leader of the Martyrs, Hadhrat Ameer Hamza (May Allah be well pleased with him) and other martyrs of Uhud are present.