Some people have told me that when they visited the grave of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), they smelt very strong musk essence that no one else around them could smell. They said that it was a sign of an accepted hajj. Is there any truth in this?
It is not something strange to smell musk around the Prophet’s (ﷺ) grave, because people always use musk around the area. Wind could easily carry smell in whichever direction.
We have never come across a hadeeth that says or confirms that claim. Furthermore, it does not sound right Islamically because Islam is a religion firmly based on knowledge.
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