Feast Dream Explanation Dreaming it is a feast day means worries will be over and joy and ease will return.
Feast of Immolation Dream Explanation (Hajj; Eid-ul Adha; Feast of sacrifice; 10th of Zul-Hijjah; Greater Bairam; Manumission; Sacrifice; Pilgrimage; Responding) Witnessing the Feast of Immolation (arb. Eid-ul Adha) in a dream means reminiscing the past, renewal of past celebrations, reviving a state of joy, recapturing moments of one's pleasant past, escape from destruction, salvation, redemption, release from prison or freedom from debts. (Also see Feast of Breaking the Fast; Ram; Sacrifice)
Feast of breaking the fast Dream Explanation (arb. Eid-ul Fitr; Lesser Bairam; Ramadan; 1st of Shawwal) Witnessing the feast of breaking the fast of Ramadan in a dream means overcoming depression, dispelling stress, regaining joy, ease in one's life, acceptance of one's prayers, repentance from sin, recovering one's losses, relief, finding a lost object, prosperity, comfort, spending money and exchanging gifts. (Also see Feast of Immolation)
Festival Dream Explanation (See Ashura; Feast of Breaking the fast; Feast of Immolation)
Celebrations Dream Explanation (See Feast of Breaking the Fast; Feast of Immolation)
Islamic festivals Dream Explanation (See Feast of Breaking the Fast; Feast of Immolation)
Muslims festivals Dream Explanation (See Feast of Breaking the Fast; Feast of Immolation)
Wedding Dream Explanation On the contrary, a wedding party in which dancing or any form of entertainment takes place heralds a tragedy. A particularly bad omen is the zaghrouda, the strident, long-drawn, and trilling shrill produced by Arab women by moving the tongue with the rapidity of the drumstick of an electric bell as a manifestation of joy. One zaghrouda means minor worries.
A person giving a wedding party: Catastrophe.
Being invited to a wedding ceremony: Joy and happiness, provided no food or banquet is seen.
Organizing or looking after the preparations of a wedding party: Some members of the dreamers family will attend his funeral.
If the wedding ceremony takes place in a house where a person is ill: The latter will die.
Eid Dream Explanation (arb. Celebration; Festival. See Five times prayers)
Festival of sacrifice Dream Explanation (See Feast of Immolation)
Greater Bairam Dream Explanation (See Feast of Immolation)
Eid-ul Filr Dream Explanation (See Feast of Breaking the Fast)
Lesser Bairam Dream Explanation (See Feast of breaking the fast)
Hajj Dream Explanation (arb. See Feast of Immolation; Pilgrimage; Responding; Umrah)
Immolation Dream Explanation (See Feast of Immolation; Manumission; Offering; Sacrifice; Slave)
Bairam Dream Explanation (turk. See Manumission; Festival of Breaking the Fast; Feast of Immolation)
Gillyflower Dream Explanation (bot. Carnation; Garden heliotrope; Wallflower) In a dream, gillyflowers signify the death of a newborn, a celebration that will not culminate in peace, a short lived happiness, a new job that will be quickly terminated, or they could mean wearing stylish clothing, or treasuring the art effects of another culture.
Reciting Surah Nahl Dream Explanation The one who reads it in his dream, his rizq will be safeguarded. He will be included amongst the party of the beloved Prohet (Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam) even though he did not witness his company.
Funeral Ceremonies, Obsequies Dream Explanation Organizing a funeral: Will look after a marriage ceremony.
Praying in a funeral service: Will befriend people for the sake of friendship and thus earn Gods blessings.
Walking in a funeral procession: (1) Will follow a powerful but corrupt person. (2) Will see off a traveller. (3) The dreamer is seeking some benefit or his personal comfort, as indicated by the name or function of the dead person, or is seeking a reward from God.
Eid ul Adha Dream Explanation (arb. See Immolation; Feast of Immolation; Five times prayers)