Surah Najm Ayat 62 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 62
So prostrate to Allah and worship [Him].
But fall ye down in prostration to Allah, and adore (Him)!
Prostrate yourselves before Allah, and serve Him.
So fall you down in prostration to Allah, and worship Him (Alone).
Rather prostrate yourselves before Allah and serve Him.
So prostrate yourselves to Allah and worship (Him).A prostration is to be performed here
Bow down before God and worship.
اب اللہ کے سامنے سجدے کرو اور (اسی) کی عبادت کرو
Quran 53 Verse 62 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah Najm ayat 62, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(53:62) Prostrate yourselves before Allah, and serve Him.
55. According to Imam Abu Hanifah, Imam Shafei and many other scholars, it is obligatory to perform a sajdah on the recitation of this verse. Although Imam Malik himself used to perform a sajdah here (as cited by Qadi Abu Bakr ibn al-Arabi in Ahkam al-Quran), yet he held the view that it was not obligatory to perform a sajdah here, the basis of his view being this tradition of Zaid bin Thabit: I recited Surah an-Najm before the Prophet (peace be upon him), and he did not perfom a sajdah. (Bukhari, Muslim, Ahmad, Tirmidhi, Abu Daud, Nasai). But this Hadith does not negate the incumbency of the prostration here, for it is likely that the Prophet (peace be upon him) did not perform the sajdah then due to some reason but might have performed it later. Other traditions on the subject are explicit that the prostration was always performed on this verse. Abdullah bin Masud, Ibn Abbas and Muttalib bin Abi Wadaah have unanimously stated that when the Prophet (peace be upon him) recited this Surah for the first time in the Kabah, he had prostrated himself and along with him the whole assembly of the believers and the disbelievers had also fallen down prostrate. (Bukhari, Ahmad, Nasai). Ibn Umar has reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) recited Surah an-Najm in the Prayer and prostrated himself and lay long in that state. (Baihaqi, Ibn Marduyah). Saburat al-Juhani states that Umar recited Surah an-Najm in the Fajr Prayer and performed a sajdah, then stood up, recited Surah al-Zilzal and performed the ruku. (Saed bin Mansur). Imam Malik himself has related this act of Umar in his Muwatta (Bab Maja fi Sajud al- Quren).
The tafsir of Surah Tur verse 62 by Ibn Kathir is unavailable here.
Please refer to Surah Tur ayat 56 which provides the complete commentary from verse 56 through 62.
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