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Juicy, soft and sweet medjool dates handpicked and selected to be coated with only the finest Belgian Chocolate. These dates come in White, Milk, Dark and Caramel flavour Chocolate as well as being filled with some tantalising combinations such as Salted Caramel, Lemon Curd and Peanut Butter!
That’s right, true to it’s name these dates are truly decadent in taste and in a keepsake tin they’re great as a gift too.
A subtle Islamic sentiment, simplistic hanging wooden plaque; Alhamdulillah for everything is so versatile in size that it can be used anywhere around the home or office!
A bestseller as it can be gifted at any occasion too.
Our beautiful keepsake Keyring, etched with the words of Allah Almighty on it (Ayatul Kursi), known as the the verses for Protection.
This stainless steel Ayatul Kursi Keyring is a beautiful sentimental gift, perfect for a loved one or a close friend. Moreover, it comes bedded in a luxuriously soft suede drawstring pouch, making storing the item easy.
These delicious truffles are handmade and come in 6 tantalising flavours such as Kulfi, Salted Caramel and Marshmallow Praline. What makes them fabulous though is that they’re dairy free, gluten free and suitable for vegetarians!!
Packaged in our cute box encased with 12 truffles, these make a great gift on their own or as part of a hamper should you wish to make your very own bespoke box.
A unique and heart-warming gift, specially selected artwork by Canadian artist Saleha Patel called Raining Mercy.
This painting symbolizes the mercy that is showered on us when we visit the Holy Kaaba. The gold and silver symbolize the powerful Ayat ul Kursi which has said to be from the thresholds of Allah’s throne. Prophet Muhammad pbuh said, “I have been given Ayat ul Kursi from the treasures under the Arsh of Allah and it was not given to anyone before me”
It’s been said that Allah sends down one hundred and twenty blessings in the precinct of the Kaaba:
1. sixty for those who circumambulate
2. forty for those who worship
3. and twenty for those who look at it