5 Free Islamic Wallpapers for your desktop
Listed below are five very interesting Islamic wallpapers for your windows desktop. You can use the wallpaper images to display on your windows desktop.
The wallpaper picture on your desktop is the image that fills the background of your computer screen when all programs are closed. You can if you wish leave the desktop blank or fill it with a colour. You can even use default Windows desktop theme which changes the wallpaper image to a standard picture included in the theme. However many people prefer to make custom desktop wallpaper from personal pictures or images found online.
In Windows operating systems, you can right-click on the desktop and activate a pop-up menu. By choosing Properties then clicking on the Desktop tab, you can cycle through the various wallpapers that are provided by Windows. A small preview window allows a view of the wallpaper before applying the change to the desktop. You might see many familiar pictures here as these backgrounds are often displayed on computer systems in almost all computers.
The first Islamic wallpaper image is a depiction of the Al-Quds mosque with its golden dome.
You can download or view any of these wallpapers by clicking on the link at the end of this Hub.
The picture has a quote from Yasir Qadhi, an Islamic scholar from America. You can listen to some of his lectures by clicking here.
The second Islamic picture is of a graveyard with a verse from Surah Al-Imran, reminding us that all souls must taste death at sometime. It is a poignant reminder that the inevitable will happen to us, and we must prepare.
The quote simply states that it is always prudent to tell the truth, even if it means that the consequences may not be admirable. However we must also remember that, if the truth spoken can cause rifts between people or cause bigger issues then we must exercise restraint and wisdom.
The forth wallpaper has a nice golden colour and is decorated with Islamic art. It contains the Surah Al-Fatihah and its meaning in English.
The fifth and final Islamic wallpaper in this collection is a quote from Hazrat Umar (RA). The quote is depicted on a background of full moon, minaret and domes.
The quote contains lessons for us all, in how we can better ourselves for a greater reward in this life and in the hereafter.
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