Tasbeeh Beads For Islamic Prayer


One of the best-known and widely used prayer beads in the world today is the Dhikr beads which are also known as the Islamic prayer beads. There are many different types of prayer beads available for Muslim women but none surpasses the popularity of the Dhikr prayer beads that are worn by Muslim women all over the world. This article is going to give you all the information you need about Dhikr beads and why they are considered to be a must-have for every Muslim woman.

First of all, the history of the prayer bead goes back hundreds of years. They are one of the oldest beads in existence and were discovered during excavations in the middle east. Since they have survived for so long as they are still being used today in Muslim rituals and cultures. Dhikr beads come in two different types, which are known as the plain Dhikr beads and the embellished Dhikr beads.

The Islamic prayer beads are square and are available in many different sizes. They are commonly made from gold or silver with embellishments like stones, crystals, and pearls on them. They have no particular connotations or beliefs attached to them other than being used for the prayer process. These types of tasbeeh bead are easy to find in most stores. The embellished ones on the other hand are much harder to find because they are only manufactured from precious metals and they require professional certification before they can be sold.

Prayer Beads

As mentioned above, these prayer bead are used in Muslim rituals and are usually worn around the neck. Unlike other types of prayer beads, which are round and usually have metal or plastic encasement around them, the Dhikr prayer bead is rectangular in shape. They are available in different sizes and come in a variety of colors as well. Most of the time, they are made using sterling silver, but occasionally, they are crafted from gold or silver as well. In addition to this, the color of the prayer beads may vary and is also dependent on the metal that they are made of.

Dhikr beads are commonly crafted using a variety of materials including wood, horn, ivory, glass, crystal, ivory, glass, copper, silver, and even gold. However, some of the prayer beads are exclusively made out of one material and do not come in other materials at all. The most common material used for prayer beads is wood. It has been said that the wooden prayer bead is more appropriate for use during Muslim prayers because it allows the imams to wear the same clothing as they would if they were performing their prayers in their home or temple.

The Dhikr beads used for Muslim prayer are made in a round fashion similar to a coin. They are placed inside a thick cloth and they are then pinned to the cloth on each side with four evenly spaced holes. Then, they are secured with colorful raffia or silk strings. However, some prayer bead are made of a single round piece of metal and they are secured by sewing them onto the cloth. Those tasbeeh beads that are sewn in are called flat beads while those that are glued are known as round beads.

Types of prayer beads

These types of prayer beads are not only limited to Muslim men and women but can also be worn by people of other religions. They are available in several different colors. Some of the colors include light brown, olive, cinnamon, and beige. There is also a variation of the tasbeeh string which includes a neutral color that is dyed in order to produce a multi-color of the rainbow. This is done so that people of different religions can wear these prayer beads in the form of their favorite color.

The tasbeeh string is also popular among other religious groups aside from Muslims. They are used as wedding necklaces because it comes with an ornamental thread work that is attached to the ribbon. People who practice Celtic tradition can also make use of the tasbeeh string for their jewelry because the knot used in making the string is similar to the trinity knot. This shows that the traditions of different religions can coexist and they do not cause offense to each other because they all have the common cause of praying.