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Cities, towns and villages imply that the observer of such a dream will encounter unchaste women if such places are not of multiple colours. And if they are black and white then it suggests day and night ie. the alternating of day and night and the passing of time.
If a sick person sees himself as having recovered or sees himself as healthy and then leaves his house after conversing (with someone) it means that he will recover. But if he does not speak to anyone it means he will die.
If a person sees his hand severed and while lifting such a hand, it remains attached to his body it means he will derive some benefit from his brother or son. But if the severed hand is completely detached it means he will suffer some loss caused by his brother or son.
If a person sees himself having feathers and two wings it suggests that he will acquire wealth and riches. If he sees himself flying it means he will undertake a journey.
Hair is interpreted as wealth and beauty. But if such hair falls upon the face or tufts of hair is seen on the cheek it suggests grief and sorrow. According to some people it could suggest beautiful garments as well. Hair which is intertwined or folded or wrapped suggests that ill will be spoken of […]
A swarm of locusts in one’s dream represents an army. And an army of soldiers represents a swarm of locusts which will cause havoc and destruction. If a swarm of locusts is seen approaching or flying without buzzing it represents one’s wealth which one had accumulated se- c But if it is with a buzzing […]
If a person sees an enemy attacking or assaulting a group of people, it means a calamity in the form of a storm or flood is imminent.
If a person sees himself being admitted or lowered in the grave it means he will be imprisoned. Or if a person sees himself being1 imprisoned in a place which is unknown to him and the people of such a place are also unknown to him, it means he will enter the grave.
Dreams a Portion of Nabuwwah Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam) is reported to have said that Ru’ya or dreams are a portion from the forty portions of nabuwwah. That is why every person is not privileged to give the ta’beer or interpretation of dreams. Only a person who has the following qualifications is authorised to do so: He […]