Muslim traditions emphasize moderation and thoughtfulness when it comes to gift giving, so find gifts for your Muslim friends that will make them feel appreciated and uplifted.
Instead of flowers, memorial gifts such as this poetry book by Rumi are often preferred in Islam following the death of someone close. Such thoughtful presents provide comfort and healing.
The Quran is an important religious text that serves as the cornerstone of Islam and guides Muslim lives daily. It imparts knowledge about Divine laws, forgiveness, mercy and prayer remembrance.
The Quran contains words with immense beauty and wisdom that deliver an invaluable message of guidance. This is because its words serve as a constant reminder of God and reflect his unfailing love and protection – providing people with an inspiration to live peaceful lives while guarding against living for pleasure alone.
This Divine book highlights the significance of worship and remembrance as ways to strengthen humanity’s bond with its creator, while emphasizing Paradise as the reward for obedience and good deeds, whereas Hell serves as a place of torment and destruction.
At some point during Abu Bakr’s Caliphate, 70 people who could recite the Quran by heart were murdered, prompting Umar ibn al-Khattab and Zaid ibn Thabit to compile it into book form and collect all manuscripts on which verses from it had been written – this work being considered one of Islamic history’s great achievements.
As an important piece of Muslim culture, the prayer rug plays an integral role. A common sight in most homes and carried with believers during travel – whether that involves crossing seas or deserts. For many Muslims, its symbolic nature symbolises their deep spiritual bond to Allah.
A rug typically depicts the mihrab found in mosques as well as serving as a direction point, serving to guide worshippers towards Mecca. It also features crescent moon and star symbols of divinity as well as beads representing recitation of 99 names of Allah (tashbeeh). Other features may vary according to where the rug was created such as pitchers to remind individuals to wash before prayer or an expanse that recalls nomad tents.
An Islamic prayer mat makes an excellent present for Muslim men as it shows our love and reverence to Allah, while adding beauty to their home decor. You could also present them with a deck of cards featuring inspirational quotes to guide their daily lives according to Islamic principles – it will surely serve as an added source of motivation!
If he needs assistance keeping track of how often he recites dhikr (remembrance of Allah), this Islamic gift would make an ideal choice. It’s a digital counter in the shape of a ring which makes use easy; portable and convenient enough for carry with him!
Muslim men must frequently repeat some verses from the Quran for various purposes, which is an integral part of their faith and practice. A Tasbeeh Counter can make a thoughtful gift that will keep him engaged with his faith!
The Tasbeeh Counter can double up as a compass to give users guidance while engaging in Dhikr, making it easy and stylishly designed enough to fit comfortably on any finger. Plus, its rechargeable battery ensures it never runs out! You also receive an instructional manual.
Not only can you gift him a tasbeeh counter, but you could also present him with a set of woodlock stamps made of classic maple wood and fine rubber etching that gives an unforgettable impression. They can feature various symbols of Islam such as Kaba or any Islamic words and so forth etched onto them for maximum personalization.