What is in Paradise

Rayyan
Rayyan
Jan 7, 2009, 1:44 PM |
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Allah  said:
I have prepared for My righteous servants what no eye has seen and no ear has heard, nor has it occurred to the human heart. Thus, recite if you wish,  And no soul knows what joy has been kept hidden for them. 

  • they arrive there. Its gates will be opened, and its keepers will say, Peace be upon you! Well have you done, so enter it, abiding in it eternally.
  • They will get Full forgiveness from allah . And gardens of bliss and  prosperity!
  • And angels shall enter upon them from every gate.
  • Paradise has eight gates, and one of them is called ar-Rayyan, through which none will enter but those who observe fasting.
  •  Paradise width = the width of the heavens and the earth - that is the grace of Allah which He bestows on whom He pleases, and Allah is the Lord of abounding grace.
  • A small place in Paradise is better than the whole world and whatever is in it.
  • the Garden have rivers of water, incorruptible; rivers of milk of which the taste never changes; rivers of wine, delicious to those who drink; and rivers of honey, pure and clear. In it there are for them all kinds of fruitsforgiveness from their Lord. and
  • beneath the gardens  are  rivers flow.
  • gardens and springs. (They will be greeted),  Enter here in peace and security.  And We shall remove from their hearts any lurking sense of injury. (They will be) brothers facing each other on thrones.
  • Their thirst will be slaked with pure wine, sealed. The seal will be of musk. For This, let the competitors compete. With it (will be given) a mixture of Tasneem, (highest spring in Paradise), a spring from which those nearest to Allah drink.
  • A fountain there, called Salsabeel
  • Therein will be a flowing spring
  • In them (each garden) will be two springs, flowing freely.
  • they shall drink from a cup in which is a mixture of kaafoor (cool and refreshing drink), a fountain from which the righteous servants of Allah drink, causing it to burst forth simply by their will.
  • the righteous there will be attainment of security   gardens enclosed and grapevines.

  •  In them will be two pairs of every fruit.
  • They will recline on carpets whose linings will be rich brocade. The fruit of the gardens will be hanging near.
  • In them will be fruits and dates and pomegrantes.
  • (They will be) among lot trees without thorns, among talh (bananas) trees with flowers (or fruits) piled one above another, and in shade long  extend by water flowing (constantly) and fruit abundance whose season is not limited not (supply) forbidden. 

  • And its shades will come low over them, and the bunches (of fruit will hang low in compliance).  
  • In Paradise there is a tree under the shadow of which a rider can travel for a hundred years.  (Through another chain of transmitters the following words were added),  He will not be able to cover this distance.

  • In Paradise there is a tree under the shadow of which a rider can travel for a hundred years. Without covering the distance completely.
  • In Paradise there is a tree (which is so large that) under the shadow of which a rider  can travel for a hundred years without covering the distance completely. There will be the pleasure of Allah for the inhabitants of Paradise, and he will never be annoyed with them.

  • they shall be amid shades and springs of water and fruits, all they desire.  Eat and drink to your heart s content because of what you used to do . Thus do We certainly reward the doers of good.

  • And its shades will come low over them, and the bunches of fruit will hang low in compliance.

  • They will be among lot trees with thorns talh (bananas) trees with flowers or fruits piled one above another, and in shade long and extended, by water flowing (constantly) and fruit in abundance whose season is not limited nor (supply) forbidden. 

  • They and their spouses will be in (cool) shade, reclining on thrones. (Every) fruit (i.e. enjoyment) will be there for them and they shall have whatever they call for.  Peace!    a word (of salutation) from a Lord most merciful

  • they will see therein neither (burning) sun nor (freezing) cold.

  • Faces that day will be joyful   pleased with their striving   in a garden on high, where they shall hear no bad speech.  (bad speech equals insult falsehood, harm, immorality, pointless talk, etc.)

  • They will say,  Praise be to Allah who has removed from us (all) sorrow, for our Lord is indeed oft   forgiving, appreciative, who has settled us in the house of lasting residence out of His bounty. No toil nor sense of weariness shall touch us therein. 

  • In Paradise there is a street to which they (the inhabitants of Paradise) will come every Friday. The north wind will blow and will scatter fragrance on their faces and on their clothes. This will add to their beauty and loveliness. Then they will go back to their family after having an added luster to their beauty and loveliness, and their family will say to them,  By Allah, you have been increased in beauty and loveliness after leaving us.  They (the ones who have been scattered with fragrance) will say,  By Allah, you have also increased in beauty and loveliness after us.

  • They will not hear therein any vain discourse, but only salutation of peace. They will have therein their sustenance, morning and evening. Such is the Garden which We give as an inheritance for those of Our servants who are God fearing.

  • Therein they will have provision without measure.

  • Every time they are provided with fruits there from, they say,  Why? This is what we were provided with before,  for they are given things in resemblance. They have therein pure companions, and they abide therein forever.

  • for them is a sustenance determined fruits (delights) and, they shall be honored in gardens of felicity

  • Allah said : That is what you are promised for the Day of Account! Truly, such will be Our bounty (to you). It will never cease.

  •  You shall have therein abundance of fruit from which you shall eat.

  • And We shall provide them with fruit and meat, anything they shall desire. They shall exchange with one another a cup free of frivolity, free of sin.

  • (they will be) in a position of security among gardens and springs, dressed in fine silk and in rich brocade, facing each other. And We shall join them to companions with beautiful, big, lustrous eyes. There they can call for every kind of fruit, in peace and security.

  • Every fruit (enjoyment) will be there for them, and they shall have whatever they call for.

  • so he will be in a life of bliss, in a garden on high, the fruits hanging in bunches (low and near).  Eat and drink with full satisfaction because of the good that you sent before you in the days past!

  • And among them will be circulated vessels of silver and glasses of crystal, - crystal- clear, made of silver which they will determine the measure thereof (according to their wishes). They will be given a cup in which a mixture of Zanjabeet (ginger) from a fountain called Salsabeel. Around them, youths of perpetual (freshness) will serve. If you see them, you will think they are scattered pearls. When you look there (Paradise), you will see bliss and a magnificent realm. Upon them (people of Paradise) will be green garments of fine silk and heavy brocade. They will be adorned with bracelets of silver, and their Lord will give them a pure drink.  Verily this is a reward for you and your endeavor has been appreciated.


  •  they shall be amid (cool) shades and springs (of water) and fruits, all they desire.  Eat and drink to your heart s content because of what you used to do.  Thus do We certainly reward the doers of good.

  • As for the righteous they shall drink from a scup in which is a mixture of kaafoor.

  • Therein will they recline (at ease). Therein they can call (at pleasure) for fruit in abundance and (delicious) drink.

  • they will get gardens and feel happiness, enjoying what their Lord has given them. And their Lord had (already) prevented them from the penalty of the Fire. (to them it will be said),  Eat and drink with satisfaction because of what you used to do. 

  • The first meal which the people of Paradise will take will be the caudate (extra) lobe of the liver of a fish.

  • Around them will circulate eternal youths with goblets, beakers and cups (filled) from clear   flowing fountains  no one will ache will they receive nor will they suffer intoxication.

  • To them will be passed dishes and goblets of gold. There will be all that the soul could desire and all that the eyes could delight in, and you shall abide therein eternally.

  • And among them will be circulated vessels of silver and glasses of crystal   crystal, clear, and made of silver which they will determine the measure thereof (according to their wishes).

  • will be attainment of security, gardens enclosed and grape vines, companions of equal age and a cup full to the brim.

  • everyone of them will know his dwelling in Paradise better than he knew his dwelling in this world.

  • A tent (in Paradise) is like a hollow pearl which is thirty miles in height. On every corner of the tent the believers will have a family that cannot be seen by the others.  (Narrated abu Imran in another narration,  (The tent is) sixty miles (in height).

  • There will be a tent made of a pearl whose height towards the sky will be sixty miles. In each corner, there will be a family of the believer, out of sight of the others

  • Therein will be thrones raise don high, goblets placed ready, cushions set in rows and rich carpets spread out.

  • They will recline with ease on thrones arranged in ranks. We shall join them with companions with beautiful, big, and lustrous eyes.

  • You will recognize in their faces the beaming brightness of bliss.

  • They and their spouses will be in cool shade, reclining on thrones.

  • They will be on thrones encrusted with gold and precious stones, reclining on them, facing each other.

  • They will recline on carpets whose linings will be of rich brocade. The fruit of the gardens will be hanging near (and in easy reach).

  • But on this day the believers will laugh at the unbelievers. On thrones they will command a sight of all things. Are the unbelievers not rewarded finally for what they used to do?

  • Their salutation on the day they met Him will be  Peace! ; and He has prepared for them a generous reward.

  • No frivolity will they hear therein nor anything sinful   only the saying,  Peace! Peace!

  • Every fruit (enjoyment) will be there for them, and they shall have whatever they call for.  Peace!  a word (of salutation) from a Lord most Merciful!

  • Some faces, that day, will beam (in happiness), looking at their Lord!

  • Faces that day will be joyful   pleased with their striving   in a garden on high, where they shall hear no bad speech.

  • all those who enter Paradise will be in the form of Adam, his length being sixty cubits. Then the people who followed him continued to diminish in size up to now.

  • There will enter Paradise people whose hearts will be like those of the hearts of the birds. (the hearts of birds are free from every tint of jealousy, in the same way the hearts of the people of Paradise will e free from jealousy, rancor, deceit, and hatred. Secondly, just as birds are always alert and cautious of any danger, in the same way the hearts of the people of Paradise will also be wakeful. Thirdly, trust as the birds trust in Allah for their food, in the same way the people of Paradise will have complete trust in Allah regarding their sustenance, rather, their very existence.)


  • Their faces will have a glitter like that of the moon at night when it is full.


  • The first batch (of people) who will enter Paradise will be (glittering like the full moon, and the batch next to them will be (glittering) like the most brilliant star in the sky. Their hearts will be as the heart of a single man, for they will have neither enmity nor jealousy among themselves. Everyone will have two wives from the hooris (who will be so beautiful, pure and transparent that) the marrow of the bones of their legs will be seen through the bones and the flesh.

  • Paradise and Hellfire disputed together and Hellfire said,  In me are the mighty and haughty.  Paradise said,  In me are the weak and the poor.  So Allah judged between them (saying),  You are Paradise, My mercy. Through you and I show mercy to those I wish. And you are Hellfire, My punishment. Through you I punish those I wish, and it is incumbent upon Me that each of you shall have its full. 

  • May I tell you who the dwellers of Paradise are? (They are) every person who is considered weak and is despised, and who if he takes an oath of reliance upon Allah, will fulfill it. Now may I tell you who the people destined for Hell are? (they are) everyone who is ignorant, impertinent, proud and arrogant.