Quran Cube Car Air Freshener With The Travel Dua / Dua For Travelling / Safar Dua / Travel Prayer
- Long Lasting Oud Intense Fragrance
- A Sweet and Woody Scent
- Top Notes of Incense and Oud.
- Base Scents of Wood, Amber and Rose
Dua For Riding A Vehicle
سُبْحَانَ الَّذِي سَخَّرَ لَنَا هَـٰذَا وَمَا كُنَّا لَهُ مُقْرِنِينَ وَإِنَّا إِلَىٰ رَبِّنَا لَمُنقَلِبُونَ
Subhanallazi Sakhkhara lana haza wama kunna, lahoo muqrineen, wa inna ila Rabbina Lamunqalibun
“Glory to Him who has brought this [vehicle] under our control, though we were unable to control it
[ourselves], and indeed, to Our Lord we will surely return.”
Surah Zukhruf (43), 12-14
Note – The Prayer On This Car Air Freshener Is A Verse From The Holy Qur’an.
Please Treat It With The Same Respect As You Would Treat The Qur’an.
Disposal – Follow The Islamic Method For Disposing Of Quranic Texts Below:
With this method of disposal, the Quran is to be wrapped in cloth to protect it from the soil and buried in a deep hole. This should be done in a place where people would not normally walk, often on the grounds of a mosque or even a graveyard. According to most scholars, this is the preferred method.
Placing in Flowing Water
It is also acceptable to place the Quran in flowing water so that the ink is removed from the page. This will wipe away the words, and disintegrate the paper naturally. Some scholars recommend weighing down the book or papers (tying them to a heavy object like a stone) and casting them into a flowing river or sea. One should check into local regulations before following this method.
Most Islamic scholars agree that burning old copies of the Quran, in a respectful manner in a clean place, is acceptable as a last resort. In this case, one must ensure that the burning is complete, meaning that no words are left legible and the pages have been fully destroyed. At no time should a Quran be burned with the regular trash. Some add that the ashes should then be buried or scattered in running water (see above).
In many Muslim countries, local mosques take charge of collecting such materials for disposal.
Mosques often have a bin in which anyone can drop off old Qurans or other materials upon which Quran verses or Allah’s name have been written