Surah Rahman Ayat 54 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 54
[They are] reclining on beds whose linings are of silk brocade, and the fruit of the two gardens is hanging low.
They will recline on Carpets, whose inner linings will be of rich brocade: the Fruit of the Gardens will be near (and easy of reach).
They shall recline on couches lined with brocade, and within reach shall hang the fruits of the two Gardens.
Reclining upon the couches lined with silk brocade, and the fruits of the two Gardens will be near at hand.
Reclining upon couches lined with silk brocade, the fruit of both the gardens near to hand.
Reclining upon beddings, the linings of which are of brocade, and the reapings of the two gardens are within reach;
They will sit on couches upholstered with brocade, the fruit of both gardens within easy reach.
جنتی ایسے فرشوں پر تکیہ لگائے ہوئے ہوں گے جن کے استر دبیز ریشم کے ہوں گے، اور ان دونوں جنتوں کے میوے بالکل قریب ہوں گے
Quran 55 Verse 54 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Rahman ayat 54, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(55:54) They shall recline on couches lined with brocade, and within reach shall hang the fruits of the two Gardens.
44. That is, when their lining will be of such superior quality, you may imagine what will be the quality of the outer layer of the carpets.
54. Reclining upon the couches lined with Istabraq, and the fruits of the two Gardens will be near at hand. 55. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 56. Wherein both will be Qasirat At-Tarf, whom never deflowered a human before nor Jinn. 57. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 58. They are like Yaqut and Marjan. 59. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 60. Is there any reward for good other than good 61. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny) Allah said,
(Reclining), in reference to the residents of Paradise, who will recline or sit cross-legged;
(upon the couches lined with Istabraq,) which is thick silk brocade, according to `Ikrimah, Ad-Dahhak and Qatadah. Abu `Imran Al-Jawni said, “It is thick silk embroidered with gold.” In this way, the honor of the outside is alluded to by mentioning the honor of the inside. Abu Ishaq narrated that Hubayrah bin Yarim said that `Abdullah bin Mas`ud said, “This is their interior, so what about it if you see their exterior” Allah said,
(and the fruits of the two Gardens will be near at hand.) close to the believers who will be able to take any of it they wish, whether they are reclining or otherwise,
(The fruits in bunches whereof will be low and near at hand.)(69:23),
(And the shade thereof is. close upon them, and the bunches of fruit thereof will hang low within their reach.)(76:14), meaning, these fruits descend from their branches to those who wish to have them, because they are close at hand,
(Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny) After Allah mentioned the couches, He then said,
(Wherein will be), meaning on these couches or beds,
(Qasirat At-Tarf) chaste females, wives restraining their glances, desiring none except their husbands, seeing them as the most beautiful men in Paradise. This was said by Ibn `Abbas, Qatadah, `Ata’ Al-Khurasani and Ibn Zayd. It was reported that one of these wives will say to her husband, “By Allah! I neither see anything in Paradise more handsome than you nor more beloved to me than you. So praise be to Allah Who made you for me and made me for you.” Allah said,
(whom never deflowered a human before nor Jinn ) meaning they are delightful virgins of comparable age who never had sexual intercourse with anyone, whether from mankind or Jinns, before their husbands. This is also a proof that the believers among the Jinns will enter Paradise. Artat bin Al-Mundhir said, “Damrah bin Habib was asked if the Jinns will enter Paradise and he said, `Yes, and they will get married. The Jinns will have Jinn women and the humans will have female humans.”’ Allah’s statement,
(whom never deflowered a human before nor Jinn. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny) Then Allah describes these women for the proposed:
(they are like Yaqut and Marjan.) Mujahid, Al-Hasan, Ibn Zayd and others said, “They are as pure as rubies and white as Marjan.” So here they described Marjan as pearls. Imam Muslim recorded that Muhammad bin Sirin said, “Some people either boasted or just wondered who are more in Paradise, men or women. Abu Hurayrah said, `Has not Abu Al-Qasim (Muhammad ) said,
(Verily, the first group that will enter Paradise will look like the moon when it is full, and the next batch will be as radiant as the radiant star in the sky. Each one of them will marry two wives. The marrow of the bones of their shins will be seen through the flesh. None will be unmarried in Paradise.) This Hadith was recorded in the Two Sahihs. Imam Ahmad recorded that Anas said that the Messenger of Allah said,
(A morning or an evening journey in Allah’s cause is better than the world and whatever is on its surface. And a place in Paradise as small as that occupied by the whip of one of you, is better than the world and whatever is on its surface. If one of the women of the people of Paradise looks directly at the earth, she will fill what is between Paradise and earth with a good scent and all of it will become delightful. Verily, the veil over her head is better than this life and all that is on its surface.) Al-Bukhari also collected a similar narration. Allah the Exalted said,
(Is there any reward for good other than good) Allah declares that in the Hereafter, all that is good and righteous is the only befitting reward for those who do good deeds in this life,
(For those who have done good is best (reward) and even more.)(10:26) All of these are tremendous blessings that cannot be earned merely by good deeds, but by Allah’s favor and bounty, after all of these He says;
(Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny)
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