About us


‘AYE’ is to AYEsha and ‘INA’ is to SamINA.

Founders of AYEINA – Two struggling souls, countries apart, with hearts as one. Sisters by birth and best-est of friends, commonly known as the “twin-ninjas”, trying to achieve the best of this world and hereafter.


Whether it’s design, advertising or content – we can serve you HERE.


Ayeina is also an urdu word which means a MIRROR…

اَلْمُؤْمِنُ مِرْآةُ اَلْمُؤْمِنِ – The believer is the believer’s mirror.

AYEINA as a whole, is a community of people trying to strengthen their Islamic identity and make the best of both worlds. Hence we provide them just that, by CREATING and recommending Islamic products and content, that revolves around Qur’anic reflections, Parenting, Education (Arabic learning), Art and Humor – all in one.

Spreading positivity and gratitude through #AlhamdulillahForSeries 

With your help, may we be able to expand ayeina.com – Which is why, we want you to write. And we want you to introduce us to more Islamic Products. Every life is a story, every story is beautiful so we want you to share the khair. Pen is mightier than sword so your reflections will be a huge part of Ayeina In shaa Allah!

A Hub for Muslims to reflect…

Mirror is to reflections. Reflections is to thoughts.

Thoughts that lead to good deeds. Good deeds that turn to Sadaqah Jaariyah (in shaa Allah)

We have been featured on BBC, Nat Geo, Smithsonian Magazine, The Sun Magazine, Cosmopolitan (Middle East), Sisters Magazine, The Intellect Magazine and many more alhamdulillah. See the full list HERE.

To know more about us, read the following interviews:

1) by the amazing community of Muslimah Bloggers as their featured blogger for March 2016.

2) by the very sweet Ramsha Rose at rosemua.com 

3) by the very supportive Raising Young Believers 

4) by the brains behind MB – Muslim Mummies

5) by the Chief Morale Booster Youthly Hub

6) by the creative Dina Designs

7) by the very kind Muslimah Healthy

8) by the tech-expert Coding Owl

9) by the entrepreneur Aaliyah from Islamic kid bookstore