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Muslim wall frames are a combine of aesthetic writing and spirituality. The sublime beauty of the Arabic script in no uncertain terms inspires awe; but even more wonderment comes from the meaning and message of the text –ayatsfrom the Glorious Quran, as well as narrations from the Hadith.

There are plenty of Islamic frames wall hangings online, written in different styles, with different colours and available in different frames.

Though the Holy Quran is fully replete with wisdom and meaning, here, we shall look at some of the verses which most people hang in their homes as Muslim wall frames.
Each of these ayat is full of depth and meaning, and if read with sincerity and purity of heart and intention, they can inspire us to make positive changes in life.

1.      ‘Alhamdulillah’

It is an Arabic expressions which means ‘Praise be to Allah’. ‘Alhamdulillah’ is often written 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.’ [Quran: Chapter 14, Verse 7]

‘Alhamdulillah’ implies gratefulness to the Almighty for all blessings in life. When one is stressed over issues related to work or family or when their own negative thoughts overpower them, he/she should recall the several blessings that Allah has given him/her – life, health, faith, security, shelter, freedom and much muchmore. This realisation of constant gratitude helps one stay positive in the face of everyday stress.

2.      ‘Masha Allah’

This frequently recited expression, said especially when praising someone, means ‘By the Will of Allah’. It implies that an individual’s successes, for example a job promotion or an admission to a good college, or his/her attractive physical traits such as shiny hair or a sparking smile, are a consequence of the ‘Will of Allah’. If a baby is cute and cuddly, it is so because Allah has Willed him/her to be so. When one remarks ‘Masha Allah’, he/she is acknowledging the Will of Allah in all good, or seeming even bad things in life.Because what seems bad may turn out good for us by making us better, stronger, compassionate human beings. People also say the phrase for protection against the evil eye.

3.      ‘Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Raheem’

This is the opening verse of the Quran, as well as the opening verse of all the chapters of the Quran, except one. It means ‘In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful’. The very fact that the Word of Allah begins with this verse is proof enough of its importance. It’s a verse one must say before doing any act, big or small, ordinary or extraordinary, be it writing a test, embarking on a journey or eating lunch/dinner.

Saying ‘Bismillah’ before doing any work helps the person to be conscious of Allah and thus guardsonefrom wrongdoing. It also implies that Allah would provide His Aid in the task being done, and protect the person from evil.

So, if you are looking for Muslim wall frames or Islamic wall frames hangings online, the above knowledge should be beneficial.
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