WELCOME TO SHANEELA ROWAH AL-QAMAR'S al-qasr GATE

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This is Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's digital Qasr - the Arabic word for 'Palace'.  This site represents Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's unique style, creativity and more importantly, where you can learn about Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's ventures, and be a unique part of them.  If websites could be scented, the pages of this site would be scented in woody-ness of musks, oud's, saffrons, ambers, sandalwoods... the list goes on!  So why not scent yourself, burn some bakhoor - or incense and start on your  journey, through Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's Qasr  

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Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar has taken her passions in fragrances further, by writing a book about the history of fragrance in Arabian and Islamic history.  Shaneela has also explored her passion in food, by keeping to the same themes of exploring the history of food.  The two-volume exciting mini short series, is titled The Origins of Modern Western Society in Islamic History. The aim of this series is to highlight the great contributions to our modern lives in the west, that the Islamic and Arab worlds have given us. It’s also a celebration of the achievements of the Islamic and Arab parts of the world and the east in general, reminding us about the origins of the different aspects of our day to day life. This series is an on-going project.  

 

Apart from this, Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar has written a short poetic-style book, about her time living in Egypt, These are all available on Amazon worldwide. see below:

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A fantastic look at the cultural and Islamic history of Fine Fragrance. Click on the cover for more information and to read.

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this book looks at food, in the contexts of historically important periods of time in western history. Click on the cover for more information and to read.

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The Travellers Tale, comprises a small collection of short stories about Egypt, written during Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's time living there. Click on the cover for more information and to read.