99 Names of Allah Picture Frame
99 Names of Allah Picture Frame, In Islam, Allah is believed to have 99 names, which are referred to as the “Asmaul Husna” (Arabic: أسماء الله الحسنى, “The Beautiful Names of Allah”). These names are not considered to be different gods, but rather different attributes or characteristics of the one true God, Allah.
The concept of the 99 Names of Allah, also known as the “Asmaul Husna” (Arabic: أسماء الله الحسنى, “The Beautiful Names of Allah”), is rooted in the Islamic belief that God has different attributes or characteristics that can be invoked and called upon for help and guidance. These names are not considered to be different gods, but rather different aspects of the one true God, Allah.
Muslims believe that by reciting and contemplating the names of Allah, they can gain a deeper understanding of His attributes and increase their faith. Each name is believed to have a special significance and virtue, and they are often recited as part of one’s daily prayers or during specific times of worship.
The 99 names of Allah are not listed in the Quran in a single place but are mentioned in different verses.
These names are believed to be the most comprehensive and accurate representation of the qualities and attributes of God. In addition, these names are considered a way to invoke the help of God in different aspects of life, and to get closer to him.
Reciting and understanding the names of Allah is believed to bring one closer to God, increase one’s faith, and serve as a reminder of His presence in one’s life. Additionally, it is believed that calling upon Allah by His specific names, can bring peace, guidance, and blessings in one’s life.
Some of the more well-known names of Allah include:
- Allah: the Arabic word for God, meaning “The God”
- Ar-Rahman: The Most Merciful
- Ar-Rahim: The Most Compassionate
- Al-Malik: The King
- Al-Quddus: The Holy
- As-Salam: The Peace
- Al-Mu’min: The Faithful
- Al-Muhaymin: The Guardian
- Al-Aziz: The Mighty
- Al-Jabbar: The Compeller
- Al-Mutakabbir: The Greatest
- Al-Khabir: The All-Knowing
- Al-Halim: The Forbearing
- Al-Azim: The Magnificent
- Al-Ghafur: The Forgiving
- Al-Shakur: The Grateful
- Al-Ali: The Most High
- Al-Barr: The Doer of Good
- Al-Tawwab: The Acceptor of Repentance
- Al-Muntaqim: The Avenger
- Al-Afuw: The Pardoner
- Al-Rauf: The Kind
- Al-Wadud: The Loving
Reciting and contemplating the names of Allah is considered a form of worship and is believed to bring closeness to God and increase one’s faith and understanding of His attributes.
Our 99 Names of Allah Picture Frames are made from high-quality MDF, with MDF backing boards. We use high-quality 250gsm matt poster paper for all of the prints used inside our frames. All of the frames we use are made in the UK using sustainable sources of wood.
The frames all come with optically clear perspex rather than glass. Perspex is not only strong and durable but perspex also does not shatter the same as glass, making this the perfect frame to place anywhere in the home.
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