So, we are the tasbih guys. We make them, love them, use them, and collect them. But guess what? We've discovered that our kids love them even more.
In fact, it's a bit excessive, our post-prayer Zikr often turns into a game of tug-a-war, as our young seekers try and join in.
While at first, we thought our children were a bit strange and possibly inherited this peculiar fixation from us, after asking around we realized that this is actually a thing.
Kids love tasbihs.
That's where we saw an opportunity.
As you know, the first formative years of our children's lives (ages 5-13) are the most significant in terms of character building and disposition.
What if we could do somehow make them LOVE Zikr?
What if we could make it exciting and build a strong connection to Zikr that would last a lifetime?
With this inspiration in mind, we went to work, sourcing the materials and styles that we thought would help us do just that.
We did all we could to preserve traditional proportions, and styles, while making them as attractive to our kids as possible.