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Islamic Dream Interpretation Holy Book and Dream Meaning

In a dream, the Holy Book, or the Quran represents a king or a judge who deals with Islamic jurisprudence. In a dream, the holy Quran represents a garden because when one looks at it, it looks like a beautiful garden and its verses are the fruit of knowledge and wisdom the reader can pluck. Source: Ibn Sirin

King or a Ruler or a Judge sees Holy Quran

If a king, a ruler, or a judge sees that the Holy Book does no longer exist, or if he sees it burning, or if its contents are washed away in a dream, it means his death. Source: Ibn Sirin

Ruler or a Governor handwriting a Copy of Holy Quran

If one sees a ruler or a governor handwriting a copy of the Holy Book in a dream, it means that he is a just person who uses the divine laws in making his decision. Source: Ibn Sirin

Judge himself handwriting a Copy of Holy Quran

If a judge sees himself handwriting a copy of the Holy Book in a dream, it means that he does not share his knowledge, and that he is audacious about his rank and status. Source: Ibn Sirin

Religious Scholar himself handwriting a Copy of Holy Quran

If a religious scholar or a theologian sees himself writing a copy of Holy Book in a dream, it means that he will profit from a business deal. Source: Ibn Sirin

King or a Ruler swallowing the Holy Book

If one sees a king, or a ruler swallowing the Holy Book in a dream, it means that he may die soon. Source: Ibn Sirin

Spreading the Pages of Holy Book

If one sees himself spreading the pages of the Holy Book on a flat surface in a dream, it means that he is seeking wisdom which he will get, or that he may receive an inheritance. Source: Ibn Sirin

Putting the Holy Book over Shoulders

If one sees himself putting the Holy Book over his shoulders in a dream, it means that he will receive an appointment, or be entrusted with a duty to guard, or that he will memorize the Holy Quran. Source: Ibn Sirin

Trying to Eat the Pages of the Holy Book

If one finds himself trying to eat the pages of the Holy Book in a dream, it means that he is a regular reader of the Quran. If one sees himself trying to eat the pages of the holy Book but is unable to do so in a dream, it means that he tries to memorize the Holy Quran from time to time but keeps forgetting what he learns. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reading the Holy Quran or Part of It

Reading the holy Quran or part of it in a dream means rising in station, gaining power, repenting from sins, prosperity, paying one’s debts, witnessing the truth, or delivering a trust to its rightful owner. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the Holy Quran with a Beautiful Voice

Reciting the holy Quran with a beautiful voice in a dream means honor, dignity and good fame. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reading the Holy Quran and adding Own Words

Reading the holy Quran and adding one’s own words to it in a dream means wavering from the truth, or betraying one’s promise or covenant. If in the latter case one does not understand the meaning of what he is saying in the dream, it means that he will give a false testimony in a court of justice, or that he will be involved in something evil the consequences of which cannot be foreseen. Source: Ibn Sirin

People Listening to his Recital of the Quran

If one sees people listening to his recital of the Quran in a dream, it means that he will command a job, and that people will follow his instructions. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the Quran by heart without Reading Pages

Reciting the Quran by heart and without reading the pages of the holy Book in a dream means proving to be true, or having a true claim, being pious, commanding what is good and forbidding what is evil. Source: Ibn Sirin

One Told a Verse from the Holy Quran

If one is told a verse from the holy Quran in a dream, he should understand it, memorize it and comply with the same. Source: Ibn Sirin

Verse reads about Mercy or Glad Tidings

If the verse reads about mercy or glad tidings or other admonitions in the dream, the interpretation of one’s dream should be the same. Source: Ibn Sirin

Quranic Verses Recited

If the Quranic verses recited in the dream connote an advice, one should act upon it in order for him to reap its benefits. Source: Ibn Sirin

One hears a Quranic Verse Containing a Warning

If one hears a Quranic verse containing a warning, promising punishment for the disbelievers, or announcing a swift retribution for their sins, then one should immediately repent for his sins, even if the verses relate to previous nations or times. Source: Ibn Sirin

Learning a Quranic Verse

Learning a Quranic verse, a saying of Allah’s Prophet (Alayhi-Salam), a prophetic tradition, or a craft in a dream means richness after poverty, or guidance after heedlessness. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reading from the Pages the Holy Quran

If one sees himself in a dream reading from the pages the holy Quran, it signifies honor, command, happiness and victory. Source: Ibn Sirin

Completing the Reading of the Entire Quran

If one sees himself completing the reading of the entire Quran in a dream, it means that a splendid reward from his Lord is awaiting him, and that he will get whatever he asks for. Source: Ibn Sirin

Disbeliever sees Himself Reading the Holy Quran

If a disbeliever sees himself reading the holy Quran in a dream, the verses of admonition will help him in his life, the verses of punishment will be his warning from Allah Almighty and the parables will denote his need to contemplate the meaning. Source: Ibn Sirin

Writing the Verses of the Holy Quran on Slabs of a Mother of Pearl

If one sees himself writing the verses of the holy Quran on slabs of a mother of pearl, or on a piece of cloth in a dream, it means that he interprets it according to his own liking. Source: Ibn Sirin

Inscribing a Quranic Verse on Ground

If one sees himself inscribing a Quranic verse on the ground in a dream, it means that he is an atheist. It is also said that reading the Quran in a dream means fulfillment of one’s needs, clearing of one’s heart and establishment of one’s success in his life. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the Quran and Understanding What it Says

If one sees himself reciting the Quran and understanding what it says in a dream, it denotes his vigilance, intelligence, faith and spiritual awareness. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the Holy Quran

Reciting the Holy Quran in a dream means admonition to do good and to forbid evil. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the holy Quran in a dream means increase in one’s good deeds and rising in his station. Source: Ibn Sirin

Quranic verse is Recited to Someone

If a Quranic verse is recited to someone, and if he does not agree with the divine judgement in the dream, it means that he will suffer harm from someone in authority, or that a punishment from Allah Almighty will soon befall him. Source: Ibn Sirin

An Unlettered Person Reading the Holy Quran

If an unlettered person sees himself reading the holy Quran in a dream, it could also mean his death, or his reading of his own records. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reading the Holy Quran without True Interest

If one sees himself reading the holy Quran without true interest in it in a dream, it means that he follows his own mind, personal interpretations and innovations. Source: Ibn Sirin

Eating the Pages of the Holy Quran

If one sees himself eating the pages of the holy Quran in a dream, it means that he earns his livelihood from his knowledge of it. Source: Ibn Sirin

Descrating the Holy Quran

Tearing or destroying the Holy Quran means he is guilty of negating the Holy Quran. Eating its pages means he is making fun of it; he has no regard for its laws; he treats it with contempt. Source: Ibn Sirin

Seeing the Holy Quran

Seeing the Holy Quran in the dream means a person will acquire knowledge and wisdom. And writing it means he will acquire Deen, knowledge, wisdom and material wealth through which he will help others. Source: Ibn Sirin

Memorized the Quran


If one discovers that he has memorized the Quran in a dream, though in wakefulness he has not memorized it, it means that he will own a large property. Source: Ibn Sirin

Hearing the Verses of the Holy Quran

Hearing the verses of the holy Quran in a dream means the strengthening of one’s power, reaching a praiseworthy end to his life, and that one will be protected from the envy and jealousy of evildoing people. Source: Ibn Sirin

Sick Person Reciting a Verse from the Holy Quran

If a sick person sees himself reciting a verse from the holy Quran, but could not remember to what chapter it belongs in the dream, it means that he will recover from his illness. Source: Ibn Sirin

Licking the Holy Quran

Licking the holy Quran in a dream means that one has committed a major sin. Source: Ibn Sirin

Reciting the Holy Quran Dream Interpretation

If one sees in his dream that he is looking into Quran and reciting it depicts and Hikmah (i.e Wisdom and Islamic Knowledge). Generally, reciting the Holy Quran in a dream symbolizes truthfulness in conduct and speech. Source: Ibn Sirin

Teaching the Holy Quran to the Jinn

Teaching the Holy Quran to the jinn or the jinn listening to the dreamer reading or reciting the Holy Quran: Will become a ruler or a chief. Source: Islamic Scholars

Reading the Holy Quran Openly

Reading the Holy Quran openly: Trustworthiness, righteousness, virtue, and deterrence from vice in view of certain verses in the Holy Book itself: “They are not alike. Of the People of the Scripture there is a staunch community who recite the revelations of Allah all night long, falling prostrate  (before Him). They believe in Allah and the Last Day, and enjoin right conduct and forbid indecency, and vie one another in good work. They are of the righteous.”  (“Al-‘Imram” [The Imran Family], verses 113–14.) Source: Islamic Scholars

Reading in a Mushaf

Reading in a Mushaf: Will acquire wisdom, dignity, and good repute and faith will be strengthened. The Mushaf in general, represents wisdom. Source: Islamic Scholars

Buying a Mushaf

Buying a Mushaf: The dreamer’s religious knowledge will expand and spread, and he will benefit others. Source: Islamic Scholars

Selling a Mushaf

Selling a Mushaf: The dreamer will indulge in sins and abominations. Source: Islamic Scholars

Burning a Mushaf

Burning a Mushaf: The dreamer will lose religious faith. Source: Islamic Scholars

Using Quran as a Pillow

Using the Quran as a pillow: The dreamer does not respect and preserve properly his Mushaf, despite the injunction by the Holy Prophet not to do so. Source: Islamic Scholars

Listening to the Holy Quran

Listening to the Holy Quran: Authority will be enhanced and life will end beautifully and will be shielded against all sorts of intrigues, in view of the Quranic verse that reads: “And when thou recites the Quran, we place before thee and those who believe not in the Hereafter a hidden barrier.”  (“Bani Israil” [The Children of Israel], verse 45.)  Source: Islamic Scholars

Mushaf being Taken Away

The Mushaf being taken away from the dreamer: He will be deprived of his science and no longer active in this world. Source: Islamic Scholars

Quran being Read Out

The Quran being read out to the dreamer without his being able to understand it: Harm will befall him, either from Heaven or from the sultan  (authority), owing to the verse: “And they say: Had we but listened or used our brain, we would not have been among the dwellers of the Blazing Fire.”  (“Al-Mulk” [Sovereignty, or Majesty], verse 10.) Source: Islamic Scholars

Stealing a Holy Quran

Stealing a Holy Quran: The dreamer will forget prayer.  Source: Islamic Scholars

Holding a book or a Mushaf

Holding a book or a Mushaf and opening it to find its pages blank: Appearances are deceitful or tricky.  Source: Islamic Scholars

Eating a Mushaf or the pages of a Mushaf

Eating a Mushaf or the pages of a Mushaf: The dreamer is taking money to transcribe the pages of the Holy Book, which is an illicit or immoral gain. Source: Islamic Scholars

Kissing the Mushaf

Kissing the Mushaf: No shortcomings in discharging the dreamer’s duties.  Source: Islamic Scholars

Writing the Quran on the Ground

Writing the Quran on the ground: The dreamer is an atheist.  Source: Islamic Scholars

Reading the Quran without Clothes

Reading the Quran without clothes: The dreamer is whimsical. Source: Islamic Scholars


A person with bad memory having managed to memorize the Holy Quran: The dreamer will become a king  (or almost), owing to the verse that reads as follows: “He said: Set me over the storehouses of the land. Lo! I am a skilled custodian.”  (“Yusuf’ [Joseph], verse 55.) In Arabic, the verbs for to “memorize” and “to preserve” are homonyms.) Source: Islamic Scholars

Incident: Allah and Ahmed Ibn Hanbal

Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal once saw God Almighty in a dream and asked Him: “Lord, how do Thy near ones get to that station?” God Almighty answered: “Through reciting My words.” Ahmad Ibn Hanbal then asked: “With understanding, or without understanding?” God Almighty answered: “Oh Ahmad, both with and without understanding them.” Source: Ibn Sirin

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