Surah Mulk Ayat 3 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 3
[And] who created seven heavens in layers. You do not see in the creation of the Most Merciful any inconsistency. So return [your] vision [to the sky]; do you see any breaks?
He Who created the seven heavens one above another: No want of proportion wilt thou see in the Creation of (Allah) Most Gracious. So turn thy vision again: seest thou any flaw?
Who created the seven heavens one upon another. You will see no incongruity in the Merciful One’s creation. Turn your vision again, can you see any flaw?
Who has created the seven heavens one above another, you can see no fault in the creations of the Most Beneficent. Then look again: “Can you see any rifts?”
Who hath created seven heavens in harmony. Thou (Muhammad) canst see no fault in the Beneficent One’s creation; then look again: Canst thou see any rifts?
Who created seven heavens as strata (i.e., layers, one above the other).In no way can you see in the creation of The All-Merciful any disparity; so return your gaze; (Literally: “your” beholding) do you see any rent?
who created the seven heavens, one above the other. You will not see any flaw in what the Lord of Mercy creates. Look again! Can you see any flaw?
جس نے سات آسمان اوپر تلے بنائے۔ (تو اے دیکھنے والے) اللہ رحمٰن کی پیدائش میں کوئی بے ضابطگی نہ دیکھے گا، دوباره (نظریں ڈال کر) دیکھ لے کیا کوئی شگاف بھی نظر آرہا ہے
Quran 67 Verse 3 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Mulk ayat 3, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(67:3) Who created the seven heavens one upon another. You will see no incongruity in the Merciful One’s creation. Turn your vision again, can you see any flaw?
6. For explanation, see (Surah Al-Baqarah, ayat 29) note 34; (Surah Ar-Raad, ayat 2) note 2; (Surah Al-Hijr, ayat 16) note 8; (Surah Al-Hajj, ayat 65) note 113; (Surah Al-Muminoon, ayat 17) note 15; (Surah As-Saaffat, ayat 6) note 5; (Surah Al-Mumin, ayat 64) note 90.
7. Literally, tafawut is disproportion: two things being out of accord and in disagreement with each other. So, the divine words mean: You will not see any indiscipline, any disorder and discordance anywhere in the universe, there is nothing disjointed and out of proportion in this world created by Allah: all its parts are well connected and in perfect harmony and coordination.
8. The word futoor means a crack, rift, fissure, or a thing’s being split and broken. The verse means to say that the whole universe is so closely well-knit and everything in it, from a particle on the earth to the huge galaxies, so well connected and coherent that the continuity of the system of the universe seems to break nowhere, however hard one may try to probe and investigate. For further explanation, see (Surah Qaf, ayat 6) note 8.
The tafsir of Surah Al-Mulk verse 3 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Mulk ayat 1 which provides the complete commentary from verse 1 through 5.
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