Islamic Meaning: Seeing elephant in a dream

Seeing a big elephant or a baby elephant in a dream could be a terrifying experience that could have a good or bad meaning as per Islam.

1- Seeing yourself riding on an elephant in a dream;

  • while sleeping in the daytime means divorcing the wife.
  • While sleeping at night time means rising in the ranks.
  • while fighting with an enemy means overcoming the enemy.
  • In a way that the elephant is under full control means strengthening political connections.

seeing elephant in dream in islam

2- If you see that you have killed an elephant in a dream, it means that you will kill an important personality such as a King or conquer a city as per Islam.

3- If one falls under the feet of an elephant in his dream, then it points towards his death.

4- Eating the meat of an elephant in a dream is an indication of getting a lot of money from a government source.

5- If a man sees that he has the skin, teeth, or bones or he owns an elephant in a dream, it also indicates that the dreamer will get rich.

6- Falling from the back of an elephant in a dream indicates getting caught in big trouble in the real life.

7- Speaking to an elephant in a dream means that the dreamer will be receiving a precious gift from a person in authority.

8- Running away from an elephant in fear in a dream means to be tortured by someone in authority.

9- As per Islam, if one sees himself milking an elephant or taking something out of his trunk, he would be gaining something valuable from a person of high authority.

10- According to Ibn Sirin رحمة الله عليه, seeing elephant teeth in a dream represents wealth.

  • Getting Elephant Teeth = getting wealth.
  • Losing Elephant Teeth = Losing Wealth.

Disclaimer: The material used for the interpretation of dreams has been extracted from the Ibn Sirin book for dream interpretations. You can read the book here.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.