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ar-Rahman (The Beneficent, The Mercy Giving, The Merciful)
as rendered by Ahmed Ali
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Ahmed Ali rendition of Surah The Beneficent, The Mercy Giving, The Merciful(ar-Rahman)
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55:1 AR-RAHMAN
55:2 Bestowed the Qur'an,
55:3 Created man,
55:4 And taught him to express clearly.
55:5 The sun and moon revolve to a computation;
55:6 And the grasses and the trees bow (to Him) in adoration.
55:7 He raised the sky and set the Balance
55:8 So that none may err against the scales,
55:9 And observe correct measure, weigh with justice, and not cheat the balance.
55:10 He positioned the earth for all the creatures:
55:11 There are fruits of all kinds on it, and date-palms with their clusters sheathed,
55:12 Grain with husk, and fragrant grasses.
55:13 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:14 He created man of fermented clay dried tinkling hard like earthen ware,
55:15 And created jinns from the white-hot flame of fire.
55:16 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:17 Lord of the two Easts, Lord of the two Wests.
55:18 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:19 He has set two seas in motion that flow side by side together,
55:20 With an interstice between them which they cannot cross.
55:21 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:22 Out of them come pearls and coral.
55:23 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:24 His are the high-sailed vessels in deep ocean like the mountains.
55:25 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:26 All that is on the earth is passing,
55:27 But abiding is the glory of your Lord, full of majesty and beneficence.
55:28 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:29 All those there are in the heavens and the earth turn to Him with solicitation, intent on His purpose all the time.
55:30 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:31 We shall soon be free to turn to you, O weary caravans,
55:32 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:33 O society of jinns and men, cross the bounds of the heavens and the earth if you have the ability, then pass beyond them; but you cannot unless you acquire the law.
55:34 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:35 Let loose at you will be smokeless flames of fire so that you will not be able to defend yourselves.
55:36 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:37 When the sky will split asunder, and turn rosy like the dregs of annointing oil,
55:38 Which of the favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:39 Neither man nor jinn will be questioned on that day about his sin.
55:40 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:41 The sinners will be recognised by their marks, and seized by the forelock and their feet.
55:42 Which of the favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:43 This is Hell the sinners called a lie.
55:44 They will go round and around between it and boiling water.
55:45 Which of the favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:46 But for him who lived in awe of the sublimity of his Lord, there will be two gardens --
55:47 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:48 Full of overhanging branches --
55:49 Which of the favours of your Lord will you then deny? --
55:50 With two springs of water flowing through them both. --
55:51 Which of the favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:52 In both of them there will be every kind of fruits in pairs. --
55:53 Which of the favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:54 Reclining there on carpets lined with brocade, fruits of the garden hanging low within reach.
55:55 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:56 In them maidens with averted glances, undeflowered by man or by jinn before them, --
55:57 Which of the favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:58 As though rubies and pearls.
55:59 Which of the favours of your Lord will then both of you deny?
55:60 Should the reward of goodness be aught else but goodness? --
55:61 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:62 And besides these two other gardens --
55:63 Which of the favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:64 Of darkest verdant green --
55:65 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:66 With two fountains gushing constantly, --
55:67 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:68 With fruits in them, and dates and pomegranates --
55:69 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:70 In them good and comely maidens --
55:71 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny? --
55:72 Houris cloistered in pavilions --
55:73 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny? --
55:74 Undeflowered by man or by jinn before them, --
55:75 How many favours of your Lord will then both of you deny? --
55:76 Reclining on green cushions and rich carpets excellent.
55:77 How many favours of your Lord will you then deny?
55:78 Blessed be the name of your Lord, full of majesty and beneficience.


   


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