Vegetable

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.

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Beans

It means prolonged grief and sorrow.

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Figs

They represent grief and sorrow due to the fact that Hadhrat Aadam (As)_ sat under a fig tree after his expulsion from Jannah.

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Sour Pomegranate

If a sour pomegranate is eaten, it means he will be afflicted with grief and sorrow. The same applies to any sour fruit.

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Winds and storms

Normal blowing of wind without any sign of darkness heralds blessings and barakah as suggested by this verse of the Holy Qur’aan: And it is he (Allah) who sends the winds life heralds of glad tidings, going before His mercy. But if such winds resemble storms, typhoon etc. they suggest grief, sorrow and perplexities as […]

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Soil and Mud

These symbolize grief, sorrow and fear. Their magnitude depends on how much soil or mud is seen.

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A Stream in the House

A clean stream with sweet water flowing in or through the house symbolizes a pure and clean life. But if the water is seen in the form of a spring emitting gfrom within the walls or any such place from which the flowing of water is regarded as strange and absurd, if suggest that the […]

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Water in the Vessel

Boarding or sitting in a vessel filled with water suggest grief, sorrow, anxiety, calamity, imprisonment or sickness. But the ultimate result will be deliverance and salvation.

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