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Giftsets Sana Helwa


Colour : White,Gold

What is included :

-Handbag For Wedding White Lace Flower
-Majmu Kitab Dua Size A6 White
-Tasbih Prayer Beads 99 Crystal White
-White/Gold Tray

Estimated Weight (g) : 2000 g


Discover the exquisite "Sana Helwa" gift set, curated for a special someone:

  • Handbag For Wedding Chic Lady Shell Beads-Elegant Lace Rose Flowers
  • Majmu Syarif Kitab Dua (Compilation of Duas)
  • Tasbih with 99 Beads
  • Stylish White and Gold Tray

This thoughtfully curated collection combines beauty and spirituality, making it a perfect gift for any occasion. Delight your loved one with the charm and significance of the Sana Helwa gift set.

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Better yet, skip the wait and tag your pre-owned Qurans on your own with Al-Hiqma's Tagging Kits. Reconnect with the Quran, highlighting and marking ayahs to obtain a better grasp of what you're reading. These Tagging Kits are also available in English or Malay. Get your very own Tagging Kits and start your journey towards knowing Allah again. No purchase of Quran from us is required to get your Tagging Kits.

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Due to the fact that the front cover is often reserved for the book's author, Islamic fiqh scholars have urged us not to include names there out of respect for the Holy Quran. We don't believe it is appropriate to do so. If any name were to appear on the front cover of the Quran, it should be the name of Allah (SWT) above all others. We aim to steer clear of anything that could be offensive because the Quran is a precious literature with many regulations for how to handle and use it.