Surah Insan Ayat 26 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 26
And during the night prostrate to Him and exalt Him a long [part of the] night.
And part of the night, prostrate thyself to Him; and glorify Him a long night through.
and prostrate yourself before Him at night, and extol His Glory during the long watches of the night.
And during night, prostrate yourself to Him (i.e. the offering of Maghrib and ‘Isha’ prayers), and glorify Him a long night through (i.e. Tahajjud prayer).
And worship Him (a portion) of the night. And glorify Him through the livelong night.
And (part) of the night; so prostrate yourself to Him, and extol Him through the long night.
bow down before Him, and glorify Him at length by night.
اور رات کے وقت اس کے سامنے سجدے کر اور بہت رات تک اس کی تسبیح کیا کر
Quran 76 Verse 26 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Insan ayat 26, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(76:26) and prostrate yourself before Him at night, and extol His Glory during the long watches of the night.
30. The rule followed in the Quran is that wherever the Muslims have been exhorted to show patience against the disbelievers, immediately after it they have been commanded to remember Allah much and to observe the Prayer, which automatically implies that the power needed to meet the resistance of the enemies of the truth in the way of true faith can be obtained only by this means. To remember Allah morning and evening may also imply remembering Allah always but when the command to remember Allah at specific times is given, it implies the salat (Prayer). In this verse, bukrah means the morning and asil the time from the sun’s decline till sunset, which obviously covers the Zuhr and the Asr times. Night starts after sunset; therefore, the command “to prostrate yourself in the night” would apply to both the Maghrib and the Isha Prayers. Then, the command “to glorify Allah in the long hours of night”, clearly points to the time of the Tahajjud Prayer. see (Surah Bani Israil, ayat 78-79) note 92-97, (Surah Al-Muzzammil, ayat 1) note 2. This also shows that these have been the Prayer times in Islam from the beginning. However, the command making the Prayer obligatory five times a day with fixed times and number of rakahs was given on the occasion of miraj (ascension).
The tafsir of Surah Al-Insan verse 26 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Insan ayat 23 which provides the complete commentary from verse 23 through 31.
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