Gift giving is an effective way of showing our loved ones just how much we care. From contemporary Islamic items to timeless classics, there’s sure to be something suitable.
One of the most beloved Islamic presents is a Quran. Not only will you bring joy to both yourself and someone special in your life, but this gift will help them both to grow closer to Allah.
1. Personalised Gifts
Islamic personalised gifts are an amazing way to show your loved ones just how much you care. Customise one with an Eid Mubarak message or welcome to Islam greeting or create something truly bespoke with calligraphy art – plus they’re more affordable than ever and make great presents!
When purchasing gifts for Muslim men, a beautiful jubah makes an excellent selection, as it can provide comfort during family events or religious seminars. A stylish wristwatch featuring Arabic digits is another stylish but practical option, while portable prayer mats and scale models of the Holy Kaaba would make great additions to his home or office decor. Or consider giving them some ZamZam from Masjid-al-Haram wells which is said to contain healing properties for both body and soul!
Gift boxes that store his calligraphy supplies can make great Islamic presents. These are especially convenient for Muslims who enjoy writing greeting cards or letters as it keeps his tools organized and easily accessible.
2. Islamic Gifts for Men
At Eid, men often want to give gifts that would bring great meaning and enjoyment to those they care for. Items may range from simple cufflinks or something more elaborate like an Islamic prayer mat; whatever you select as a present for him it’s essential that it reflect both his personal grooming needs and spiritual interests.
One great way of doing this is to gift them beard oil, which will keep their facial hair hydrated and healthy. A prayer journal or portable prayer mat are also great ways to support spirituality.
Finally, consider giving them a set of books containing various Surahs from the Quran that will allow them to learn more about their faith and provide inspiration in everyday life. A portable speaker that plays Azan times to remind them when to offer prayers is another useful and practical gift they will certainly appreciate. A jar filled with duas will keep them connected with Allah and inspired.
3. Islamic Gifts for Women
Muslim women tend to treasure jewellery items, particularly prior to Ramadan and Eid. Giving a beautiful necklace or bracelet as a present would show her your affection, as would flowers which hold special meaning within Islam – Prophet Muhammad PBUH was particularly fond of them!
Be the perfect hostess by giving your wife a set of Islamic table decor that will bring beauty into her home while reminding her of Allah’s greatness. This set will feature prayer mat, short surahs book and tasbeeh as well as scarf and Quran case in pink colour to add femininity and make this gift the ideal present for women.
Purchase of a digital Quran as an Islamic gift would allow her to stay connected to ALLAH and reap His blessings with each time she recites from it. A locket bearing ALLAH’s name could also make an excellent present.
Calligraphy can be a thoughtful gift that shows your affection. At Islamic Gift Shop’s calligraphy staff can create stunning pieces for her name or personal messages to remind her how much you care.
4. Islamic Gifts for Kids
When purchasing gifts for children of Islamic faith, it is essential that the gift fits their interests and hobbies. For example, if they love sweets, give them a box of Halal sweets with favorite favorites, or perhaps give a personalized cake featuring religious-related motifs or Quranic verses as they would be appropriate gifts.
Subscription boxes dedicated to Islamic culture and teachings for kids can also be an effective way of introducing them to new practices and ideas, with educational toys, puzzles, and games that provide fun lessons on Islam – these boxes can even be ordered online and typically ship nationwide!
If you want to give something truly practical for kids this Ramadan season, consider buying them a personalized calendar or planner featuring prayers and fasting times during this month-long holiday. Additionally, these calendars often come complete with puzzles, word searches and coloring pages making it the ideal gift!
A great gift idea for children of any age would be the iPray Salah Mat, an Islamic toy designed to teach young learners about wudu, adhan, and salat in a hands-on way. Additionally, this present can show loved ones that you care about their spiritual wellbeing and wellbeing.