Muslim wall frames are an artful combination of calligraphy and faith. The sublimity of the Arabic script, in no uncertain terms, inspires wonder; but even more profound is the essence and the message of the text – verses from the Glorious Quran, as well as narrations from the Hadith.
If one searches for ‘Islamic frames wall hangings online India’, one would find many artworks composed of calligraphy of Quranic verses in different styles, in different colours and materials.
Even though the entirety of the Holy Quran is replete with wisdom and depth, here, we shall look at some of the verses which many people have in their homes or offices as Muslim wall frames.
Each of these ayats has depth and meaning. If said with a sincere pure heart or mind, they can inspire us to make good changes in life.
Arabic for ‘Praise be to Allah’, ‘Alhamdulillah’ is often printed or painted or written or etched on many Muslim wall frames.
“And remember when your Lord proclaimed, ‘If you are grateful, I will surely increase you in favour. But if you deny indeed, my punishment is severe.’ [Surah Ibrahim, Ayat 7, Holy Quran]
‘Alhamdulillah’ is gratefulness to Allah for all blessings and in all situations. When worldly issues overwhelm us, we should remember the many blessings that Allah has showered on us – this life, our health, imman, safety, home, liberty and so much more. Being conscious of these neyamah helps us inculcate a feeling of gratitude towards Our Rabb, and stay optimistic in every situation.
- ‘Masha Allah’
This oft-said zikr, uttered especially when appreciating somebody, translates into ‘By the Will of Allah’. It implies that a human’s laurels like a promotion at the workplace or admission to an elite college, or his/her dapper looks are a consequence of the ‘Will of Allah’. Even an infant’s cuteness results from the Will of Allah. Saying ‘Masha Allah’ is acknowledging the Will of Allah in every good, or even seemingly bad, thing in life. For, what appears to be bad may actually turn out to be good for us by making us wise, strong, empathic human beings. The zikr is also said for protection against the evil eye.
This is the opening verse of the Glorious Quran, and the first line of all surahs of the Quran, except one. In English, it means ‘In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful’. That the Word of Allah starts with this line implies its significance. One should utter the Name of Allah before doing any task, whether big or small, whether simple or special, whether writing a test, going on a journey or eating dinner.
Saying ‘Bismillah’ before any deed makes the person conscious of Allah and thus protects one from doing evil. It also indicates that Allah would provide His Aid in the task and protect the believer from evil.
Thus, if you are searching for Muslim wall frames or Islamic frames wall hangings online India, the above information should help.