Holy Quran 55


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