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Ittar, Non Alcoholic Perfume: Assorted Scents & Size Total 24 Ml
[#0236 1S2 Traditional & Modern fragrance in different bottle & Packaging. Nice Smell. natural esse]

Ittar, Non Alcoholic Perfume: Assorted Scents & Size Total 24 Ml

Ittar, Non Alcoholic Perfume : Assorted Bottles of 3 & 6 ml Perfumes Total of 24 Ml
A Range of Assorted Traditional and Modern Scents

Ittar or Attar is an Arabic word meaning fragrance, scent or essence, these are pure oils, derived about from natural extracts of flowers, plants, vegetation, fruits and even animals. Ittar or Perfume is food for the soul, it is a fact when one wears ittar or perfume, it enlightens ones behaviour making that individual more pleasing and humble. It is well known  that if a person was to stay and spend time with an Itaar (a perfumer), then he would smell nice, and if a person was to spend time with an individual who is occupied in foul place, then it is also a fact he would come out smelling that way.

Ittar has been used for over 5000 years. It is well known throughout history and with the ever increasing development in science that the scent of Ittar has many medicinal as well as spiritual benefits. This is evident in the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace & blessings be upon him)

Ittars are alcohol-free and are used by many Muslims, as one of the most beloved of materialistic things of this world to The Prophet Muhammad was ittar. T

It is reported in a Hadith the holy Prophet of Allah (peace & blessings be upon him) was asked which three things he liked, he replied:

'Salah is the coolness of my eyes, and the things I love the most in this world are my wives and Ittar'. (Ahmad, Nasa'i)

The holy Prophet of Allah (peace & blessings be upon him) has also said:

'There are four things practised amongst the Ambiya a.s (Prophets of God peace be upon them all) Circumcision,  To use Ittar (Perfume oil), To use Miswaak and Nikah'.  (Ahmad, Tirmidhi)

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