|TABLE LAMP ENGRAVED WITH THE FAMOUS ISLAMIC DUA - BIBI FATIMAS TASBI. HAND ENGRAVED ON A GLASS TABLE LAMP. SIZE ABOUT 8 inches wide and 21 inches high.
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IslamiCity.com - TABLE LAMP ENGRAVED WITH THE FAMOUS ISLAMIC DUA - BIBI FATIMAS TASBI. HAND ENGRAVED ON A GLASS TABLE LAMP. SIZE ABOUT 8 inches wide and 21 inches high.
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A gift from The IslamiCity Collection of
Etched Table Lamps is always elegant, affordable and full of blessings
Calligraphy expresses the spirit of Islam
and is the most important and pervasive element in Islamic
lovingly hand engrave beautiful, high quality,
Table Lamps with
traditional Islamic calligraphy - one piece at a time.
All our Table Lamps are UL listed and a FREE
BULB is included, so you can light up your home immediately
Provides good mood lighting in the room
guarantees high electrical safety.
*Tested and approved by an
independent test institute;
an Energy Saving or standard bulb, E26 base, Max 40W.
(You can create a special effect by using
colored light bulbs)
* Shade of mouth blown glass, each lamp is unique.
The famous Islamic prayer known as Bibi Fatima's Dua which was taught by the Prophet (pbuh) to his
daughter, Bibi Fatima has been hand engraved in highly stylized Arabic calligraphy on
this lamp. The Dua is as follows:
“Allahu Akbar, Subhan Allah, Alhamdu
Abu Huraira said that when Fatima (his daughter) went to
the Prophet and asked him for a servant, he said, “Let me guide you to something
which is better than a servant. You should say, ‘Subhan Allah’ (Glory be
to God) thirty-three times, ‘Alhamdu Lillah’ (Praise be to God)
thirty-three times, and ‘Allahu Akbar’ (God is the greatest) thirty-four
times at each time of prayer and when you go to bed”. (Hadith)
Prayer is an important spiritual practice in Islam.
In prayer the believer devotes time
to interact with his or her Creator, to develop a personal relationship with
God, to express gratitude for countless blessings, to acknowledge failings and
to ask for help.
prayers seem to go unanswered, but Islam teaches that this is because we do not
see the bigger picture. What we take to be a loss today is usually an
opportunity for bigger gains over time.
You can explore the
power of prayer by articulating your deepest feelings before God. Do not feel
inhibited. Shine a light on your deepest worries and fears, your highest hopes
and aspirations. Strive to approach prayer with profound humility, gratitude and
Accepting whatever is happening in your life as the will of God does not
mean passive resignation or freedom from personal responsibility. It means
accepting that you are exactly where God wants you to be. The challenges you are
facing are precisely the challenges you are ready to face.
Comfort and hardship
in this world are best viewed as opportunities for spiritual growth. God
dispenses reward and punishment only on the Day of Judgment. Therefore, embrace
all that occurs in your life as one more chance to come closer to God. Do your
duty rigorously and leave the reward to God. He is the Lord of Majesty and