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Inspired by the four greatest women in Islam.

Ayat Ul Kursi & "Which of the favours of your Lord will you deny?"

Set of two prints of an Islamic painting by Saleha

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1. Fabi Ayyi Ala I Rabbikuma Tukazziban "Which of the favours of your lord will you deny?"

2. Ayat ul Kursi

The Story

Fatima RA: She was called Um abiha (the mother of her father). She would often come to the defence of her father whenever he was attacked. Aisha RA reported that she’d never seen anyone resemble the Prophet PBUH more in speech, character, and conversation. She was known for her patience.

Khadijah RA: She was an intelligent, influential, and wealthy business woman. She was also the first to accept Islam after the Prophet PBUH received revelation. She undertook many sacrifices to support the Prophet in his mission. She was known for her loyalty and her good character.

Maryam RA: She devoted her life to prayer and worship of the almighty. She was known for her piety, chastity, and faith. She demonstrated how to truly have tawakkul- trust in Allah SWT during difficult times.

Asiya RA: She chose faith over royalty. Despite being married to Pharaoh, Asiya AS was still a woman of perfect iman. She was known for her generosity. She raised Musa AS and was a stern believer in Allah SWT. After Pharaoh had become aware of her devotion to faith, she suffered severe oppression.

The feminine tones and floral touches symbolize modesty and piety. The blue textured tracks symbolize the stages of life for these women. The drip effect represents the tears and struggles. The common themes in the lives of these great women were piety, trust, patience, and gratitude. Their faith did not waiver during difficult times. They found true friendship with Allah SWT. This reminded me of the verse, “Which of the favours of your Lord, will you deny?” Surah Rahman. Ar-Rahman originates from the word ar-Rahm, which means the mother's womb. A child in the womb is taken care of in every possible way. A mother will do everything to protect her unborn child. Similarly, Allah loves us and takes care of us regardless of what we do. He’ll never abandon us, so let’s trust him and show gratitude.

Ayat ul Kursi also adorns this painting, being the greatest verse from the Quran. One who recites Ayat ul Kursi every morning will be in the protection, the safety of Allah until the night. May Allah SWT protect us and grant us the taufiq to emulate the beautiful conduct of these icons.

 NOTE: If you order stretched canvas, the side edges will be white. If you order rolled canvas, the side edges will be black

Customer Reviews

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Irum M
Beautiful pair

The colors compliment the elegance of the design beautifully! Love the grace this brings to my lounge. Highly recommend even the poster which I got. Was able to fit in a frame nicely.

Deep and inspiring

The intricate weaving of key symbolisms really draws you in to appreciate the meanings within as well as admire the beautiful crafting.

Salah Uddin

Brilliant quality mashallah

Simply Beautiful

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