Islamic gifts are an elegant way of showing your friends and family members that you care. Selecting a suitable present depends on their gender and age; thus selectinging gifts wisely.
Gift your Muslim friends something decorative such as lanterns, Islamic-patterned cushions or wooden boxes as thoughtful reminders of their faith every day. These decorative pieces will add an Islamic aesthetic and serve as daily reminders.
Gifting the Quran as a present to Muslim friends is an incredible way to strengthen their connection to Islam and encourage spiritual development.
Islamic calligraphy and paintings displaying religious verses or symbols make thoughtful gifts. Additionally, books on Islamic history, motivational literature and halal-certified snacks and sweets make meaningful presents for any occasion. A digital Quran player also allows recipients to listen to recitations, translations and Tafsirs (explanations of the Quran).
2. Islamic clothing
Islamic clothing reflects Muslim culture and values by being modest while reflecting traditional styles. Islamic apparel can often be found worn during religious occasions like welcoming emissaries, commemorating Eid, or installing officials.
This elegant Muslim prayer rug is constructed of durable taffeta fabric for daily comfort and durability, making it the perfect thoughtful and spiritual present for Muslim friends and family. Additionally, this package comes complete with prayer beads to complete its gift package feel.
3. Islamic jewellery
Islamic jewellery is an exquisite way to show one’s faith. Inspired by different cultures and traditions, its designs often incorporate Islamic motifs like Hamsa hands or “Bismillah”, making this statement piece truly beautiful.
The Hamsa hand has long been seen as a symbol of protection from evil and power, defense, and bravery. Another popular Islamic symbol is Allah; this reminder to Muslims that everything they possess comes from their Creator should often appear engraved or written onto Islamic jewelry pieces.
4. Islamic wall art
Islamic wall art can add spiritual significance and beauty to your home. There are various styles available from bold modern to more classic ornate designs.
Islamic art is typically non-figural as Muslims believe depicting human form to be idolatrous. Instead, Muslim artists use patterns and shapes to represent nature as well as objects for their spiritual qualities.
Calligraphy is one of the most prevalent forms of Islamic wall art. There are multiple styles available – Naskh, Kufic and Thuluth – each used for writing verses from Quran or other religious texts.
5. Islamic calligraphy
Islamic calligraphy is an elegant form of artistic expression. Muslim artists combine transmitting text with formal aesthetic code; often their work can be found adorning mosques or tombs.
Your gift should have meaning and make an impactful statement about who you are as an individual and about Islam in general. Consider giving someone in your circle an Islamic history book or biography of an influential Muslim figure that will enrich their spiritual journey and understanding of Islam. These literary presents will enrich their cultural heritage as well as understanding.
6. Islamic books
Islamic books provide an excellent way of exploring more about Muslim culture and religion. Their subjects vary, from Quran translations and Islam history to biographies of Prophet Muhammad.
These beautiful hardback books offer stories about the Sahabah using vibrant illustrations and simple text – an excellent way to introduce young children to them and the Five Pillars of Islam!
Hadith can sometimes be confusing and impenetrable to kids; this book makes reading it fun and enjoyable!
7. Islamic-inspired home fragrances
Islamic home fragrances are an excellent way to show your friends and family just how much you care. Their natural scents can relax the mind and body – making it the ideal present for Ramadan and Eid celebrations.
An inspiring prayer rug makes a wonderful present for Muslim friends, helping them keep track of their daily prayers and remind them of their faith. You could also give inspiring Islamic books covering topics like Islam, spirituality and personal development as thoughtful presents.
8. Islamic jigsaw puzzles
Islamic jigsaw puzzles provide a fun way for Muslim children to learn about their religion and culture, while simultaneously developing fine motor skills and creating an identity.
This free “Islamic Jigsaw Puzzle Game” app gives children an exciting way to open five new “Allah puzzle pictures” every day and save or use as wallpaper reminders of Allah in their hearts. There are different difficulty levels available too – to match every child’s abilities.
10. Islamic wall art
Islamic wall art can add depth and meaning to any living space. You can select from various styles – including pictorial scenes and geometric designs – when selecting wall decor that best accentuates this aesthetic.
Islamic wall art makes an excellent gift for weddings, birthdays and professional or educational achievements and anniversaries. Home is often perceived as an escape from the outside world and using Islamic wall art can help create a peaceful and calming atmosphere within it.
Islamic art traditionally doesn’t feature depictions of humans or animals due to Islamic belief that such representations constitute idolatry; however, there may be exceptions.