As part of your Ramadan celebrations, it’s essential to keep in mind the spirit of generosity. A simple way of doing so is choosing an item with special meaning for someone special in your life.
Islamic gifts can be an ideal way to show someone special you care this holiday season. To make it even more meaningful, add a personal touch by including something with meaning attached.
1. Islamic Wall Hangings
Islamic art is an integral part of Muslim culture, often found in mosques and religious areas. Giving your Muslim husband or brother an exquisite calligraphy canvas with his name written beautifully can make an unforgettable present that they’ll treasure always.
Spiritual home decor will add both spirit and decoration. Make your gift truly personal by customising it – for example with the names of Allah, Muhammad or Ayatul Kursi on it!
Gift him a deck of cards featuring inspirational Islamic quotes to provide daily motivation and spiritual guidance, helping him organize his thoughts and live an enjoyable and purposeful life according to Islamic principles.
If your loved one travels frequently, consider giving him a personalized Islamic car hanger to decorate his vehicle and help remind him of Allah and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) while driving! Or give them headphones that allow them to listen to recitations, nasheeds, and naats without disturbing others – plus use it when conducting daily prayers!
2. Islamic Verse and Memorabilia
Islamic gifting is an incredible way to show love and respect for others, particularly during times of celebration. While financial items may be given, gift giving also extends beyond money into acts of kindness such as sharing a meal with neighbors or lending a helping hand.
One of the easiest and best ways to show love during Ramadan is with the gift of prayer. A prayer mat, Eid card or journal are all perfect ways to remind recipients about being good Muslims who practice Islam on a regular basis.
Another wonderful way to show our affection and show our appreciation is with Islamic verses and memorabilia as gifts. Many people like to hang pictures or plaques featuring Quranic verses around their homes or offices; though this may look lovely, hanging such items is considered forbidden as reading or reciting Quran has its blessings, not viewing its three-dimensional images on display as art or turning it into three-dimensional images.
Oudh is an exquisite way to show your devotion and connect with Allah Almighty and his Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). A gift of oudh makes for an inspiring, beautiful, spiritual gesture and can help the recipient connect more closely to Islam and its teachings.
3. Personalised Islamic Items
Personalized Islamic gifts are an incredible way to show your love and appreciation for Muslim friends or family members. From Ramadan and Eid presents to wedding or housewarming gift ideas, personalized Islamic items will convey just how special someone is while still fitting within budget constraints.
Discovering a suitable Eid gift for him may seem a daunting task, but with some careful thought and effort you will likely come up with multiple possibilities to consider. Selecting personalized items as Eid presents shows your thoughtfulness in selecting something suitable.
An Islamic bookmark or tasbeeh counter makes an excellent gift for Muslim men as it keeps track of their daily Quran readings, reminds them to pray, and offers blessings throughout their day.
As an Islamic gift of practical value, consider giving him a pair of ear muffs designed to shield his ears from cold air while featuring in-built headphones for listening to nasheeds or recitations from the Holy Quran – this way he can relax without disturbing others or distracting themselves. Furthermore, giving them their preferred scent candles craft set can add comfort and ambience in their home environment.
4. Handmade Islamic Gifts
Islamic gifts can be an ideal way to show the people you care for how much you appreciate them. There is a wide selection of these presents available on the market ranging from simple gestures of affection and thoughtfulness all the way through elaborate displays of beauty – the key is choosing something meaningful that will benefit both yourself and the recipient.
One perfect example would be a handmade Islamic jewelry box crafted from wood with intricate paper mache detailing, creating a truly one-of-a-kind object to be treasured over time. Give this exquisite keepsake as a present or keep it for yourself as an enduring keepsake!
An Islamic gift that would make an impressive statement would be a prayer mat or rug personalized with their name or special message embroidered onto it, making this truly personal and thoughtful present. Surah books provide another great idea; these contain all of the daily surahs which should be read out loud by Muslims daily.
Personalised dua books make an excellent Islamic gift. With each page bearing the person’s name and message from Allah, these books make prayer time all the more rewarding. Furthermore, you could give him an Islamic prayer mat with his initials engraved to add another meaningful touch.