Tag: Masha’Allah
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Textured neutral background with red and orange accent.

Canvas Size: 18x24

Transliteration:

Mashallah

Translation:

If Allah wills

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Textured background, with silver text.

Canvas Size: 36x48

Transliteration:

Masha’Allah La Quwwata illa billah

Translation:

Whatever God Wills. There is no power (strength or even motion) but through Allah.

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The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to seek Allahs protection for Al-Hasan and Al-Husain (may Allah be pleased with the both) by saying this dua:

Reference: Al-Bukhari 4/119

NOTE: Change has been made from plural to feminine singular form in this dua. (‘U’ eethukumaa to ‘U’ eethuki)

Canvas Size: 12x36, 18x24

Transliteration:

Top Left: Mashallah

Across Canvases: U’ eethukumaa bikalimaatil-laahit-taammai min kulli shaytaanin wa haammatin, wa min kulli ‘aynin laamah.

Translation:

“Whatever Allah wills”

“I seek protection for you (both) in the Perfect Words of Allah from from the evil Satan, from every poisonous animal and from the evil eye.”

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Red with white text outlined in silver

Canvas Size: 6x36

Transliteration:

Masha’Allah La Quwwata illa billah

Translation:

Whatever God Wills. There is no power (strength or even motion) but through Allah.

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From Surah Al Kahf verse 32-44

The story in Surah Al Kahf is as follows:

Two neighbours were having an argument. One of them, an unbeliever, owned two huge grape plantations surrounded by date palms, between which were corn fields and a river. His land was fertile, and he was also bestowed more sons than his neighbour, a believer. The rich unbeliever boasted about his abundance, denying the existence of the Day of Judgement, whilst mocking the believer for his belief in an unseen Lord.

The believer, whilst acknowledging his inferiority in terms of produce and progeny, reminded the unbeliever of how Allah had created him from a mere drop of sperm, and how inappropriate it was for him to deny his Lord after he had been bestowed so much. He humbly remarked that he was happy with Allah’s Will in giving him less, and for him, it was more important for him and his family to be under Allah’s protection, than in having material excesses.

The unbeliever, looking at the huge expanse of his land, and the many men who toiled it, firmly believed that he was in no need of any such Divine protection, and that his wealth would never perish.

His believing neighbour said, “MashaAllah, la quwwata illa billah,” which means, “Allah’s Will (be done)! There is no power but with Allah!”

That night, the unbeliever’s plantation was struck by lightning and razed to the ground. The river that used to water it disappeared, the land was shaken and destroyed, and nothing remained of it by morning. It was completely devastated. Amazingly, the believer’s garden and home, which was just beside the annihilated plantation, remained intact and protected!

Canvas Size: 12x24

Transliteration:

Masha’Allah La Quwwata illa billah

Translation:

“Allah’s Will (be done)! There is no power but with Allah!”

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Transliteration:

Alhumdulillah, SubhanAllah, MashaAllah

Translation:

All praise is for Allah, Glory be to Allah, Whatever Allah wills

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A custom order for a bride and groom, with a beautiful dua for spouse and children from Surah Al-Furqan.

Silver and gold textured background with shades of green and navy blue, abstract painting.

Canvas Size: 16x16 each

Transliteration:

Canvas on far left: SubhanAllah, Alhumdulillah, Allahu Akbar

Center two: Rabbana hab lana min azwajina wa dzurriyyatina qurrata a’yunin waj-’alna lil-muttaqîna imama.

Canvas on Right: Masha’Allah and the names of the bride and groom

Translation:

Canvas on far left: “Glory be to Allah, All praise is for Allah, Allah is Great”

Center two: ”Our Lord! grant unto us spouses and offspring who will be the comfort of our eyes and give us (the grace) to lead the righteous.”

Canvas on right: “Whatever Allah wills”

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Textured background of sea green, grey and white, with  silver text and a splash of black and gold acrylics.

Canvas Size: 2(12x24) and 8x24

Transliteration:

Alhumdulillah, SubhanAllah, MashaAllah

Translation:

All praise is for Allah, Glory be to Allah, Whatever Allah wills

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Acrylic on canvas with textured background and stone embellishments.

 

Canvas Size: 12x12 each

Transliteration:

SubhanAllah, Mashallah, Ahumdulillah, AllahuAkbar

Translation:

Glory be to Allah, Whatever Allah wills, All praise is for Allah, Allah is Great