If you want to show someone special how much you care, giving a personalised Islamic gift may be just what the doctor ordered. Not only are these one-of-a-kind presents guaranteed to leave an unforgettable impression, they’ll make their impression felt immediately!
An Islamic mug personalized with their name or special message makes an excellent present, while religious poetry collections provide additional spiritual nourishment and can encourage their soul.
1. Islamic Jewellery
Jewelry has long been an integral part of Muslim culture, both as an adornment and as an indicator of wealth. Pieces featuring intricate designs – twisted wires, granules or filigree – have long been worn.
Gemstones play more of an essential role than simply physical decoration in Islamic communities; each stone offers spiritual or even physical advantages.
As one example, the Yaqoot gemstone is said to protect its wearer from polytheism or “shirk”, while Feroza is said to help ward off evil spirits such as Jinn. Wearing this Ayat Al Kursi necklace is an excellent way to convey your hopes for peace, health and safety to loved ones in your life.
2. Islamic Wall Art
Islamic patterns are beautiful and intricate designs that add an exotic mystique to any room, creating a sense of serenity and peace that transcends cultural or religious barriers.
Customized Islamic gifts are an excellent way to show someone you care. From Quran or dua books, Islamic jewelry and home decor items like tasbihs – personalized Islamic presents make a meaningful statement about faith and values, strengthening bonds while encouraging spirituality as well as pride in heritage.
3. Islamic Books
Islamic books can be an excellent way to impart knowledge and educate others, while they can also serve as an inspiring source for Muslims as they follow Allah’s laws and teachings.
Personalised dua books make the perfect present for Muslim men as it assists them with daily prayers and deepens their connection to Allah. You can personalize it further by adding their name or message on the cover!
An inspiring collection of short personal essays written by Muslim authors from across the globe makes this an uplifting read.
4. Islamic Bookmarks
Islamic bookmarks are an indispensable companion for readers and religious enthusiasts. Crafted of sturdy yet resilient materials that won’t tear pages apart, Islamic bookmarks make marking your place easy in books or other reading material.
Gifting your Muslim friend a set of bookmarks featuring designs of historic mosques from Makkah, Madinah and Jerusalem can be a fantastic way to remember their ancestors’ bravery and valor as well as an attractive decor item in his living space. These bookmarks make an excellent reminder!
6. Islamic Prayer Mat
An Islamic prayer mat provides Muslims with a place to pray when they cannot attend mosque services, providing an ideal alternative to visiting. They’re usually constructed out of soft fabrics like velvet or felt and may feature decorative calligraphy or symbols to make praying even easier.
Some prayer rugs include images of mihrab, which indicates Mecca. Others may include trees and flowers to represent God’s beautiful creation.
As they can be used both at home and during travel, and come in different designs, a prayer mat makes an ideal present.
7. Islamic Sunglasses
Spectacles were an indispensable item of clothing among Muslim women in the 17th century. This miniature of painter Behzad wearing his glasses depicts one of only a handful of instances in Mughal paintings in which this item of eyewear could be found, featuring lenses made of diamonds and emeralds as a sign of spiritual enlightenment.
Ibn al-Haytham, who studied light refraction and other optics, invented early lenses during the ninth century to aid vision improvement & magnify objects. Additionally, he devised the “reading stone,” an oval piece of glass cut in half that magnifies text placed upon it.
8. Islamic Swords & Shields
As the ultimate sign of power and authority for an Islamic warrior, swords symbolize his or her strength and authority against any type of harm, such as evil, adversity, oppression or injustice. Swords covered with blood symbolize this commitment and sacrifice from warriors around the world.
The scimitar is one of the best-known Middle Eastern and Islamic swords, popularized by Muhammad and Ali’s Zulfikar at Uhud and used to kill Makkan foot soldiers with it. Additionally, there’s another type of blade called the khanjar that features distinctively Middle Eastern/Islamic characteristics that makes it worthy of mention here.
9. Islamic Bookmarks
Bookmarks are handy tools that mark where you have left off reading a book so that later, it’s easy to pick back up again without losing track of where your place was. Give him the perfect gift with Islamic bookmarks which combine elegance with durability.
A deck of reflection cards featuring several questions and statements that encourage self-evaluation can help him live according to Islamic principles, making this gift both thoughtful and useful for him. He will truly appreciate it!
10. Islamic Wall Art
Islamic art is an incredible cultural legacy dating back 1300 years, reflecting both spirituality and heritage of Muslims around the globe. As an integral part of any home, its presence cannot be denied.
Give the gift of beautiful yet meaningful Islamic wall art this holiday season. A piece like this will serve as a constant reminder to start their day right with Basmalah or ask Allah for His forgiveness and blessings, while simultaneously creating an atmosphere of serenity, serenity and beauty in their home.