The growing of any unknown greenery in a place where it does not normally grow such as a house or masjid, suggest that a man will come along either to seek in marriage the hand of his daughter or to establish a business partnership.
It is a glad tiding that his good deeds a re accepted by Allah Ta’ala and that he will attain popularity, credibility and dignity in this world as a result of his good actions. At other times seeds may be interpreted as one’s children on condition that the field wherein the seeds are sewn is […]
Cucumbers, turnips and other greens symbolise meager sustenance which the observer will acquire after experiencing grief and fear. At times, it could also mean that one’s grief and sorrow will intensify and the obtaining of rizq will prolong. The same is the interpretation of coconut, onion, leek, garlic, ginger, carrots, radish etc.
Fragrant flowers such as roses, jasmine, narcissus, marigold, daisies etc.- if any of these are seen detached from its stem-it suggest that the observer will lose his accumulated wealth. But if they are not, it is a harbinger of a son who will be good, hones and righteous. How righteous he will be depends on […]
Seeing his field utilized for growing produce means that he will prosper in matter pertaining to his Deen and Worldly life. The greener the field the greater the prosperity.
Eating green wheat signifies that the consumer will progress in matters of Deen and will obtain lawful sustenance. Eating dry or cooked wheat is of no real significance as inferred form the incident of Hadhrat Aadam (A.S).
They represent grief and sorrow due to the fact that Hadhrat Aadam (As)_ sat under a fig tree after his expulsion from Jannah.
Black grapes, although in reality are excellent buit in a dream they do not augur well for the one who sees them. The reason being that Hadhrat Nooh (AS) cursed his son out of anger. Consequently, the grapes that the son had in his hand turned black. Therefore, in view of this incident, there is […]
If a person sees himself pressing grapes, it means that he will serve the king or ruler.
Bananas of any species or type, in season or out of season, symbolise goodness and prosperity. If an ordinary person sees it, it suggests an increment in his wealth. If a person who adheres firmly to the Deen sees it, it suggests that he will make further progress in his Deen.