Surah Maryam Ayat 26 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 26
So eat and drink and be contented. And if you see from among humanity anyone, say, ‘Indeed, I have vowed to the Most Merciful abstention, so I will not speak today to [any] man.’ “
“So eat and drink and cool (thine) eye. And if thou dost see any man, say, ‘I have vowed a fast to (Allah) Most Gracious, and this day will I enter into not talk with any human being'”
So eat and drink and cool your eyes; and if you see any person say to him: ‘Verily I have vowed a fast to the Most Compassionate Lord, and so I shall not speak to anyone today.’ “
“So eat and drink and be glad, and if you see any human being, say: ‘Verily! I have vowed a fast unto the Most Beneficent (Allah) so I shall not speak to any human being this day.
So eat and drink and be consoled. And if thou meetest any mortal, say: Lo! I have vowed a fast unto the Beneficent, and may not speak this day to any mortal.
So eat and drink and comfort your eye, yet in case you ever definitely see any mortal, (Literally: any of the mortals) then say, “Surely I have vowed fasting to The All-Merciful, so I will never speak today to any human being.”
so eat, drink, be glad, and say to anyone you may see: “I have vowed to the Lord of Mercy to abstain from conversation, and I will not talk to anyone today.”’
اب چین سے کھا پی اور آنکھیں ٹھنڈی رکھ، اگر تجھے کوئی انسان نظر پڑ جائے تو کہہ دینا کہ میں نے اللہ رحمنٰ کے نام کا روزه مان رکھا ہے۔ میں آج کسی شخص سے بات نہ کروں گی
Quran 19 Verse 26 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Maryam ayat 26, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(19:26) So eat and drink and cool your eyes; and if you see any person say to him: ‘Verily I have vowed a fast to the Most Compassionate Lord, and so I shall not speak to anyone today.’ “
18. That is, you need not say anything with regard to the child. It is now Our responsibility to answer the critics. This also indicates why Mary was so sad and grieved. Had she been married and given birth to her first baby like any other mother, there was no occasion to tell her to observe a fast of silence, though it was a common custom among the Jews.
The tafsir of Surah Maryam verse 26 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Maryam ayat 24 which provides the complete commentary from verse 24 through 26.
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