Seeing Clothes, Garments, Carpet Etc. in One's Dream

Garments are interpreted according to their origin 9ie. Of what material they are made), type and kind (ie. Of what quality they are).

Garments of Silk, Raw Silk and Fin Silk : These symbolise superiority, Strength, influence and the acquiring of unlawful wealth.

Woollen Clothes : Donning of woolen clothes means acquiring of material wealth in abundance. Clothing made of hair (such as camel's) or cotton wool or just cotton means acquiring of wealth to a lesser degree.

Sheet Worn as a Garment : A sheet worn as a garment means the acquiring of the material world as well as Deen.

Shirt or Kurtah : A Shirt or kurtah symbioses the Deenbi and worldly life of the dreamer. The longer the shirt or kurtah the greater his involvement in Deen and worldly matters.

Old Clothes : Seeing old clothes means the viewer of such a dream has a short life span.

Soiled Clothes : Such a dream is not a good reflection on the Deeni and worldly life of a person.

Dirt and Filth : Filth on the head, hair or body symbolises grief. And sorrow.

White and Clean Clothes : Donning white, clean clothes reflects a favourable condition of the person who wears them.

Clothes that are Jointed : Joined clothes, if they are soiled, means the one who wears them will become poor and needy.

Patched Clothes : A heap or stack of patched clothes symbolises extreme poverty and indigence.

Embroidered Clothes : Wearing white embroidered clothes means the attainment of the world as well as Deen. Also power and Fame.

Turban : A turban generally symbolises authority. The extent to which a turban is fastened around the head represents the extents to which a person would enjoy his authority. The longer his turban the grater his authority.

A Silk Turban : Wearing a turban made of silk or raw silk means a person's authority will cause his downfull in matters pertaining to his Deen and world. Also, whatever his earns during his term of office will be unlawful.

A Woollen or Cotton Turban : Wearing a turban made of wool or cotton means the person will yield power of a profitable nature. It will profit him in both Deeni and Worldly matters.

Headgear or Topi : A topi symbolises wither a person's capital, his brother, his son or his leader. Any excellence or defect seen in a topi bespeaks of similar excellence or defect in any of the above. Thu, a hole or tearing reflects an evil plight or grief or sorrow for any of the above persons; perhaps his capital will be lost due to some unforeseen circumstance.

A Longs Coat such as An Achkan or Jubbah : This is a glad tiding of some happiness coming his way.

A Long Coat With a Lining : It presents a person's wife. Similarly a blanket, pyjamas and a sheet on which one sleeps. If any of the above is seen as burnt or snatched away from him it means he will separate from his wife either by way of a divorce or death.

If he is seen as being prevented from acquiring any of the above or if any of the above is seen as being stolen from him it means he will intend divorcing his wife but without success.

A Pair of Shoes : If both shoes are seen as torn so badly that they are completely ruined it means his wife will die.

A Shoe : Sometimes one shoe symbolises his partner or brother. If this is seen as torn or cracked while he walks in the other it means he will separate from his partner, brother or sister.

Good Smelling Sock : It symbolises the security of his wealth. If they are without any defect, giving off a good odour, it means he will discharge Zakaah and his wealth will remain protected against all calamities. Also his wealth will be purified and his own condition will improved.

Torn Stocks : If the socks are seen as torn or part of it as ruined, it means he will not discharge his Zakaah nor will he give charity. We seek Allah's protection from this.

Leather Socks or Khuff : it symbolises the security of a person's livelihood. If they are ot defective it means he will continue to receive lawful sustenance. At times it symbolises grief and sorrow as well.

Wearing Torn Garments : If a person wears torn clothes while he is mending them it means his financial condition will improve. Also he is to acquire adequate sustenance.

In all conditions, garments bespeak a persons' condition (as understood from above). Similarly, if he is a sinner, his condition will improve through repentance.

A Wife's Garments : If a person sees himself as sewing or joining his wife's garments or burqa or head-cloth, it means he will quarrel with her and she is turn will come to find out all that his relatives know

Head-cloth or Odhni : A wife's head-cloth (ie. Odhni, scarf etc.). izaar, or burqa represents her husband. Any excellence or defect seen in any of the above is a reflection of a similar excellence or defect in her husband.

A Spinning Wheel : A spinning wheel used for separating the seed from cotton symbolises journey to be undertaken.

If a man sees himself as spinning wool, hair or camel hair it means hew will soon undertake a journey and return with halaal provision in abundance and wealth which will be a means of great barakah and blessings for him.

If he sees himself as pinning cotton or the bark of tree such as is normally done by women it means he will undertake a journey and will return with goods. But such goods will be regarded as undesirable or unclean by the people.

If a woman happens to see the same dram it means that her relative who is absent will return soon.

A Woman Acquiring a Spinning Wheel : If a woman dreams that she has acquired a spinning wheel, if she is expecting, she will give birth to a girl. Otherwise a sister will be born, if such a spinning wheel has a spindle or rod, it means she will get her daughter married.

A Wife Donning the Clothes of her Husband : This is a good and pleasant dream.

A Wife Wearing the Military Clothes of her Husband : The interpretation of such a dream is linked with either her husband or one who guards her.

The same dream could mean that either she will benefit from the good qualities of her husband or he will benefit from her good qualities.

Donning Feminine Clothes : If a man sees himself as donning feminine clothes it means he will experience tremendous fear, destitution and helplessness after which it will disappear by the will of Allah Ta'ala.

Donning Clothes of Various Colours : He will soon learn about the unpleasant things said about him. He will also be overwhelmed with fear. As a result of this he will become popular amongst the people

Donning White Clothes : A very pleasant dream suggesting goodness and success in all matters.

Donning Yellow Clothes : It suggests sickness and anxiety. But there is no harm if this colour is seen in a long coat such as a jubbah or achkah.

Donning Green Clothes : A pleasant dream for both the living and dead since green is the colour of the people of Jannah.

Donning Red Clothes : Donning of red clothes is suggestive of a person's popularity.

Donning Black Clothes : If it is a person who is in the habit of wearing black clothes, it means he will acquire steadfastness, power, wealth and soundness in all his affairs.

Black Colour : Black colour in all things is regarded as good and pleasant except in grapes. There is no good to be expected in them.

Carpet or Mat : A carpet or mat symbolises the material things of this world and person's age.

A Thick and Wide Carpet : A thick, wide and new carpet means he will live long, enjoy a peaceful life, receive ample sustenance and acquire much of the material things of this world.

A Thick but Narrow Carpet : It means a long life for him but not plentiful of sustenance.

A Thin but Wide Carpet : If the carpet is abnormally think but wide it means plentiful of rizq but a short span of life.

A Thin, Old, Torn and Short Carpet : It is a bad omen. There is no goodness to be found in such a dream. The same is the case with a carpet that is folded or rolled up.

A Handkerchief : A handkerchief , towel or pillow represents a person's servants and subordinates. Any defects in any of the above bespeaks of similar defects in them.

Curtains : They symbolises grief, sorrow and anxiety for the one who sees them. No goodness is to be found in such a dream whether the curtains are new or old, few or many.

And Allah knows best.