Ghars Well

Ghars denotes cultivating a plant. Rabah used to bring water to the Prophet (PBUH) once from Ghars Well, and once from the watering houses. Ibn Hibban, in the trustworthy narrators, quoted Anas as saying: “Bring me water from Ghars Well, as I saw the Prophet (PBUH) drinking and having ablution from it.” Ibn Maja, as supported by a good evidence, quoted Ali, God bless him, as saying: “The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Once I am deceased, wash me with seven bagpipes from Ghars Well.” It was in Quba, and he used to drink from it. Yahya stated that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “O Ali, one I will be deceased, wash me from Ghars Well with seven bagpipes of which the closing strings are fastened.” Ibn Shabba Quoted Sa’eed bin Ruqaish as saying that the Prophet (PBUH) had ablution from Ghars Well, and dropped the remains of his ablution in it. Ebrahim bin Ismail bin Majma’a quoted the Prophet (PBUH) as saying: “Tonight I had a dream that in the morning I took my position on a well from Paradise.” In the morning, he took his position on Ghars Well, so he had ablution and spit in it. Honey was presented to him as a gift, and he poured it in the well.”

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