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Posted On: 6 May 2020 11:14 pm
Updated On: 5 April 2021 03:41 pm

Ramadan and Eid gift ideas you can buy online in Qatar

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With Ramadan currently underway, Eid Al Fitr is just around the corner. Families usually come together in this three-day festival to mark the end of the holy month of fasting, to give thanks and exchange gifts. But unlike before, this year will be different as people are asked to stay at home to curb the spread of the pandemic. While there will be no gatherings, you can still celebrate at home and send gifts to your loved ones and friends to show your love and appreciation even during these rough times. So to help you in your search, we rounded up some gift ideas for you which you can order online in Qatar and have it delivered!


Qinwan, a Qatari company specialized in the international trade of only the finest dates, has a collection of Ramadan boxes beautifully handmade by talented artisans. A treat for the eyes and taste buds. Browse through their Ramadan collection on their social media, order via their hotline, and have it delivered for free anywhere in Qatar.

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Prayer Beads

This Ramadan, give the gift of misbaha (prayer beads) made by the local brand, Fnteer (which means flamingo in Qatari dialect), who produce gifts inspired by Qatar’s customs and culture. The Misbaha is made from 99 natural stone beads and presented in a velvet bag.

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Another popular gift is clothing, especially for women. Take a pick from Qatari brands’ latest collection and give abayas, jalabiyas, kaftans, and scarves as a gift for the females in your life.

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Meanwhile, for males, sandals are one of the top picks. These are no ordinary sandals as they are made of genuine leathers and quality materials. Watch here to learn how to select the perfect sandals!

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Educational toys

Instead of giving the usual toys, why not give educational ones instead? Toys that will help in their development, teach them something new, while at the same time give them a fun time. There are plenty of options for kids of all ages.

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Kiddy Zone:

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Eidiya (money gift)

Of course, there’s always the eidiya (money gifts) for children. It’s not limited to kids though as some elders still give to the older children.

If you can’t be bothered to print or make your own envelopes, you can get this Medad money pockets to add a local touch to your gift. Medad was founded by Laila Al Qaedi, an avid artist, and “MEDAD” which is the ancient Arabic word for “Ink” has both originality and modernity factors in its identity.

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These are just a few gift ideas and remember, that it's always the thought that counts! What were your favorite gifts that you have gotten during Eid? Let us know in the comments! If you found this post useful, don't forget to hit like and share!