Surah Rahman Ayat 62 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 62
And below them both [in excellence] are two [other] gardens –
And besides these two, there are two other Gardens,-
And besides these two there shall be two other Gardens.
And besides these two, there are two other Gardens (i.e. in Paradise).
And beside them are two other gardens,
And lesser (Or: besides) than these two are two gardens,
There are two other gardens below these two.
اور ان کے سوا دو جنتیں اور ہیں
Quran 55 Verse 62 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Rahman ayat 62, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(55:62) And besides these two there shall be two other Gardens.
49. The word doon as used in min doon-i-hima Jannatan is employed in three different meanings in Arabic:
(1) To be situated at a lower level than another thing.
(2) To be inferior to something of better and nobler quality.
(3) To be over and above something else.
On account of this difference in meaning, one probable meaning of these words is that every dweller of Paradise will be given two more gardens besides the two previously mentioned. Another probable meaning is that these two gardens will be inferior in quality and rank to both the first mentioned gardens: that is, the first two gardens will either be situated at a higher level than these two, or the first two gardens will be of a superior kind and these two of an inferior kind as compared to them. If the first probability is adopted, it would mean that these two additional gardens also will be for those dwellers of Paradise, who have been mentioned above, And in case the second probability is adopted, the meaning would be that the first two gardens will be for those nearest to Allah, and these two for the people of the right hand. This second probability is strengthened by the two kinds of the righteous men as mentioned in Surah Al-Waqiah. First, the foremost, who have also been called the muqarrabun; second, the people of the right hand, who have also been entitled ashab almaimanah; and for both these separate qualities of the two kinds of the gardens have been mentioned. Furthermore, this probability is also strengthened by the Hadith which Abu Bakr has related on the authority of his father, Abu Musa al-Ashari. In this he says: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: Two jannaat (gardens) will be for the foremost among the righteous (or the muqarrabin), in which the utensils and articles of decoration will be of gold, and two jannaat for the followers (or the ashab al yamin), in which everything will be of silver. – Fath al-Bari, Kitab at- Tafsir: Surah Ar-Rahman.
62. And below these two, there are two other Gardens. 63. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 64. Mudhammatan. 65. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 66. In them (both) will be two springs Naddakhatan. 67. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 68. In them (both) will be fruits, and date palms and pomegranates. 69. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 70. Therein (Gardens) will be Khayrat Hisan; 71. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 72. Hur (beautiful, fair females) guarded in pavilions; 73. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 74. Whom never deflowered a human before nor Jinn. 75. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 76. Reclining on green Rafraf and rich beautiful `Abqariy. 77. Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny 78. Blessed be the Name of your Lord, Dhil-Jalali wal-Ikram.
(And below these two, there are two other Gardens.) We previously mentioned the Hadith stating that there are two gardens made of gold, their vessels and all they contain, and there are two gardens made of silver, their vessels and all they contain. The first two are for the near believers (Muqarribin) and the latter two are for those on the right (Ashab Al-Yamin). Abu Musa commented, “There are two gardens made of gold for the Muqarribin and two gardens made of silver for Ashab Al-Yamin.” There are several proofs that the former two gardens in Paradise are better in grade than the latter. Allah mentioned the former two gardens before the latter two, thus indicating their significance, then He said,
(And below these two, there are two other Gardens.) And this is an obvious form of honoring the first two gardens over the latter two. Allah described the former gardens:
(With Afnan), which are the extending branches, as we explained, or various types of delights. But He said about the latter two gardens,
(Mudhammatan), being dark, because of the intense irrigation. Ibn `Abbas said, “Mudhammatan means, they have become dark green because of extensive water irrigation.” Muhammad bin Ka`b said:
(Mudhammatan) “Full of greenery.” There is no doubt that the former two gardens are better, their branches are fresh, youthful and intermingling. Allah said about the former two gardens,
(In them (both) will be two springs flowing (free)), while He said about the springs of the latter two gardens,
(Naddakhatan); `Ali bin Abi Talhah reported from Ibn `Abbas: “It means gushing. And the free flowing is stronger than gushing.” Ad-Dahhak said that,
(gushing forth) means, they are full of water and constantly gushing. Allah said about the former two gardens,
(In them (both) will be every kind of fruit in pairs), but He said about the latter two gardens,
(In them (both) will be fruits, and date palms and pomegranates.) There is no doubt that the first description is better and refers to more of a variety and more types of fruit. Allah said about the latter two gardens, Allah then said;
(Therein will be Khayrat Hisan;) meaning, there are various types of good and delightful things in these two gardens in Paradise, according to Qatadah. It was also said that Khayrat is plural of Khayrah and it is a righteous, well-mannered, beautiful woman, according to the majority of scholars, and it is also reported from Umm Salamah as a Hadith from the Prophet . There is another Hadith saying that Al-Hur Al-`Ayn will sing,
(“We are Al-Khayrat Al-Hisan, we were created for honorable husbands.”) Allah said:
(Hur (beautiful, fair females) guarded in pavilions;) but He said about the first two gardens,
(Wherein both will be Qasirat At-Tarf,) There is no doubt that the chaste wives that restrain their glances themselves, are better than those guarded in pavilions even though both are secluded. About Allah’s saying:
(in pavilions;) Al-Bukhari recorded that `Abdullah bin Qays said that the Messenger of Allah said,
(Verily, in Paradise, the believer will have a tent from a hollow pearl, the width thereof is sixty miles. In each corner of it there are wives for the believer that do not see the other wives, and the believer will visit them all.) In another narration the Prophet said that this tent is thirty miles wide. Muslim recorded this Hadith and in his narration, the Prophet said,
(Verily in Paradise, the believer will have a tent made of a hollow pearl the length thereof being sixty miles. In it, the believer will have wives who do not see each other, and the believer will visit them all.) Allah the Exalted said,
(Whom never were deflowered by a human before nor Jinn.) We explained this meaning before. Allah added in the description of the first group of the believers’ wives,
(they are like Yaqut (rubies) and Marjan (pearls). Then which of the blessings of your Lord will you both deny) Allah said,
(Reclining on green Rafraf and rich beautiful `Abqariy. ) `Ali bin Abi Talhah reported from Ibn `Abbas: “Rafraf means cushions.” Mujahid, `Ikrimah, Al-Hasan, Qatadah, Ad-Dahhak and others also said that Rafraf means cushions. Al-`Ala’ bin Badr said: “The Rafraf are arrayed hanging over the couches.” Allah’s statement,
(and rich beautiful `Abqariy.) Ibn `Abbas, Qatadah, Ad-Dahhak and As-Suddi said that `Abqariy means rich carpets. Allah said,
(Blessed be the Name of your Lord (Allah) Dhil-Jalal wal-Ikram,) Allah states that He is Worthy of being honored and always obeyed, revered and thus worshipped, appreciated and never unappreciated, and remembered and never forgotten. `Abdullah bin `Abbas said that,
(Dhil-Jalal wal-Ikram) means, the Owner of greatness and pride. In a Hadith, the Prophet said,
(Verily, among the acts of venerating Allah, are honoring the elderly Muslims, the one in authority, and carrier (memorizer) of the Qur’an who avoids extremism and laziness with it.” Imam Ahmad recorded that Rabi`ah bin `Amir said that he heard the Messenger of Allah say,
(Persist (in invoking Allah) with, “Ya Dhal-Jalal wal-Ikram (O Owner of greatness and honor).”) An-Nasa’i also collected this Hadith. Muslim and the Four Sunan compilers recorded that `A’ishah said, “When the Messenger of Allah would (say the) Salam (completing prayer), he would only sit as long as it takes him to say,
(O Allah! You are As-Salam, and peace comes from You. Blessed be You Ya Dhal-Jalal wal-Ikram.).” This is the end of the Tafsir of Surat Ar-Rahman, all praise is due to Allah and all favors come from Him.
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