Surah An-Naml Ayat 1 in Arabic Text
Here you can read various translations of verse 1
Ta, Seen. These are the verses of the Qur’an and a clear Book
These are verses of the Qur’an,-a book that makes (things) clear;
Ta’. Sin. These are the verses of the Qur’an and a Clear Book;
Ta-Sin. [These letters are one of the miracles of the Quran, and none but Allah (Alone) knows their meanings]. These are the Verses of the Quran, and (it is) a Book (that makes things) clear;
Ta. Sin. These are revelations of the Qur’an and a Scripture that maketh plain;
Ta Sîn (These are the names of letters of the Arabic alphabet, and only Allah knows their meaning here).Those (Literally: that) are the ayat (Verses, signs) of the Qur’an and an Evident Book,
Ta Sin These are the verses of the Quran––a scripture that makes things clear;
Quran 27 Verse 1 Explanation
For those looking for commentary to help with the understanding of Surah An-Naml ayat 1, we’ve provided two Tafseer works below. The first is the tafseer of Abul Ala Maududi, the second is of Ibn Kathir.
(27:1) Ta’. Sin. These are the verses of the Qur’an and a Clear Book;
1. Kitabim-mubin has three meanings: (1) This book presents its teachings and instructions and injunctions plainly; (2) It distinguishes between the truth and falsehood clearly; and (3) Its being a divine Book is obvious. Whoever studies it with open eyes will realize that it has not been composed and forged by the Prophet (peace be upon him).
1.Ta Sin. These are the Ayat of the Qur’an, and (it is) a Book (that is) clear. 2. A guide and glad tidings for the believers. 3. Those who perform the Salah and give the Zakah and they believe with certainty in the Hereafter. 4. Verily, those who believe not in the Hereafter, We have made their deeds fair seeming to them, so that they wander about blindly. 5. They are those for whom there will be an evil torment. And in the Hereafter they will be the greatest losers. 6. And verily, you are being taught the Qur’an from One, All-Wise, All-Knowing.
In (the comments on) Surat Al-Baqarah, we discussed the letters which appear at the beginning of some Surahs.
(These are the Ayat of the Qur’an, and (it is) a Book (that is) clear.) It is plain and evident.
(A guide and glad tidings for the believers.) meaning, guidance and good news may be attained from the Qur’an for those who believe in it, follow it and put it into practice. They establish obligatory prayers, pay Zakah and believe with certain faith in the Hereafter, the resurrection after death, reward and punishment for all deeds, good and bad, and Paradise and Hell. This is like the Ayat:
(Say: “It is for those who believe, a guide and a healing. And as for those who disbelieve, there is heaviness (deafness) in their ears…”) (41:44).
(that you may give glad tidings to those who have Taqwa, and warn with it the Ludd (most quarrelsome) people) (19: 97). Allah says here:
(Verily, those who believe not in the Hereafter,) meaning, those who deny it and think that it will never happen,
(We have made their deeds fair seeming to them, so that they wander about blindly.) means, `We have made what they are doing seem good to them, and We have left them to continue in their misguidance, so they are lost and confused.’ This is their recompense for their disbelief in the Hereafter, as Allah says:
(And We shall turn their hearts and their eyes away, as they refused to believe therein for the first time) (6:110).
(They are those for whom there will be an evil torment.) in this world and the Hereafter.
(And in the Hereafter they will be the greatest losers.) means, no one but they, among all the people who will be gathered, will lose their souls and their wealth.
(And verily, you are being taught the Qur’an from One, All-Wise, All-Knowing.)
(And verily, you) O Muhammad. Qatadah said:
(are being taught) “Are receiving.”
(the Qur’an from One, All-Wise, All-Knowing.) from One Who is Wise in His commands and prohibitions, and Who knows all things, major and minor. Whatever He says is absolute Truth, and His rulings are entirely fair and just, as Allah says:
(And the Word of your Lord has been fulfilled in truth and in justice) (6:115).
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