Women's Tasbih Bracelets | Grounded Revival

Women's Tasbih Bracelets

Discover the elegance and spiritual significance of our women's tasbih bracelets, meticulously crafted to enhance your connection with faith. Each muslim prayer bracelet features 33 tasbih beads, hand-strung on durable cord, and finished with a macramé lock braid for adjustability. These beautiful misbaha, also known as Islamic prayer beads, come with a branded bag from Grounded Revival and a heartfelt dua reminder card. Designed to support your spiritual journey, these bracelets are a perfect blend of purpose and beauty, ensuring that the remembrance of Allah (SWT) is always within reach.

Understanding how tasbih and the practice of Dhikr fit within the framework of Islamic law further enriches the experience of using these prayer beads . . . Read More

Understanding Islamic Law

What is Islamic Law?
Islamic law, known as Sharia, is a comprehensive legal system derived from the Quran and the Sunnah (the teachings and practices of the Prophet Muhammad). Sharia governs all aspects of a Muslim's life, including religious rituals, family life, business dealings, and personal conduct. The main sources of Sharia are the Quran, which Muslims believe to be the word of God, and the Hadith, a collection of sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad. Islamic law is implemented through Fiqh, or Islamic jurisprudence, which involves the interpretation of these texts by scholars to address contemporary issues.

Tasbih and Islamic Law

How can doing tasbih relate to Islamic law?
Tasbih, the act of glorifying Allah using prayer beads, relates to Islamic law as it embodies the practice of Dhikr, a fundamental element of worship in Islam. Dhikr, meaning "remembrance," is highly encouraged in Islamic teachings and is considered a way to maintain a continuous connection with Allah. Performing tasbih using prayer beads, or misbaha, aligns with the principles of Sharia by fulfilling the spiritual obligation of remembering Allah. This practice is supported by various Hadiths, which emphasize the importance of regular Dhikr and its benefits in purifying the heart and soul.

Tasbih and Hadith

Tasbih and Hadith
The use of tasbih beads in Dhikr is supported by numerous Hadiths. For example, it is reported that the Prophet Muhammad encouraged his daughter Fatimah to recite phrases of glorification, praise, and magnification of Allah using a string of date stones or knots in a rope, which is considered a precursor to modern tasbih beads. This tradition underscores the significance of using physical aids, like prayer beads, to maintain focus and consistency in Dhikr. The Hadith literature contains numerous references to the virtues of remembering Allah and the rewards it brings, both in this life and the hereafter.

Women's Tasbih Bracelets

Our women's tasbih bracelets are designed with 33 natural stone beads and hand-strung onto durable, fray-resistant cotton cord. Fully adjustable and held together with a macramé lock braid, these bracelets are finished with matching stone stop beads. They are not only purposeful and beautiful but also made to support you on your spiritual journey. Each tasbih bracelet, also referred to as misbaha or Islamic prayer beads, comes with a branded bag provided by Grounded Revival and a heartfelt dua reminder card derived from the Quran and Sahih Hadith. These additions serve as continual means of recalling and honoring Allah (SWT) and can be conveniently carried with you wherever you go.

Benefits of Tasbih in Daily Life

How Tasbih Supports Daily Life
Engaging in tasbih and using prayer beads can significantly impact a Muslim's daily life. It helps in maintaining a rhythm of continuous remembrance of Allah, promoting mindfulness and spiritual tranquility. The act of reciting phrases such as "Subhanallah" (Glory be to Allah), "Alhamdulillah" (Praise be to Allah), and "Allahu Akbar" (Allah is the Greatest) aids in centering the mind and soul, especially during times of stress and distraction.


Incorporating tasbih into daily routines is a practice deeply rooted in Islamic tradition and law. By using our handcrafted tasbih bracelets, Muslims can uphold the practice of Dhikr, as endorsed by Islamic teachings and Hadith. These prayer beads not only serve as a tool for spiritual enrichment but also as a beautiful and practical accessory that supports one's faith journey. Grounded Revival's tasbih bracelets are designed to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing, ensuring that the remembrance of Allah is always at hand.