88:9. For their pursuit they are content.

Metaphorical definition of the heaven:

  • 3:15Ali 'Imran | The Family Of Imran, 15

    Say, "Shall I inform you of what is greater than all this? For those who are aware, at their Lord there will be gardens with rivers flowing beneath, abiding there eternally, and purified mates, and an acceptance from God. God is Seer of the servants."

  • 3:133Ali 'Imran | The Family Of Imran, 133

    Race towards forgiveness from your Lord and a paradise whose width encompasses the width of the heavens and the earth; it has been prepared for the conscientious.

  • 4:57An-Nisa | Women, 57

    Those who acknowledge and do well, We will admit them to gardens with rivers flowing beneath, eternally they abide therein. In it they will have pure spouses, and We will admit them to a vast shade.

  • 8:4Al-Anfal | The Spoils Of War, 4

    These are the true acknowledgers; they will have ranks at their Lord, forgiveness, and a generous provision.

  • 9:21At-Tawbah | Repentance, 21

    Their Lord gives them good news of a Mercy from Him, acceptance, and gardens that are for them in which there is permanent bliss.

  • 9:21At-Tawbah | Repentance, 21

    Their Lord gives them good news of a Mercy from Him, acceptance, and gardens that are for them in which there is permanent bliss.

  • 9:72At-Tawbah | Repentance, 72

    God has promised the acknowledging men and women gardens with rivers flowing beneath it, in which they will abide, and pleasing homes in the everlasting gardens. The acceptance from God is the most important; such is the greatest success.

  • 11:107Hud | Hud, 107

    They will abide in it as long as the heavens and earth exist, except for what your Lord wishes. Your Lord does as He pleases.

  • 13:23Ar-Ra'd | The Thunder, 23

    The gardens of Eden, they will enter it with those who are good doers from their fathers and their mates and their progeny. The controllers will enter upon them from every gate:

  • 13:35Ar-Ra'd | The Thunder, 35

    The allegory of paradise that the righteous have been promised is that rivers flow beneath it, and its provisions are continuous as is its shade. Such is the abode of those who were righteous, while the abode of the ingrates is the fire.

  • 14:23Ibrahim | Abrahim, 23

    Admission was given to those who acknowledged and did good works to gar-dens with rivers flowing beneath them. In them they will abide by the leave of their Lord. Their greeting therein is "Peace."

  • 16:31An-Nahl | The Bee , 31

    The gardens of Eden, which they will enter, with rivers flowing beneath, in it they will have what they wish. It is such that God rewards the righteous.

  • 18:31Al-Kahf | The Cave, 31

    They will have the gardens of Eden with rivers flowing beneath them, and they will be adorned with bracelets of gold and they will wear green garments of fine silk. They will sit in it on raised thrones. Beautiful is the reward, and beautiful is the dwelling place.

  • 18:107Al-Kahf | The Cave, 107

    Those who acknowledge and do good works, they will have gardens of paradise as a dwelling place.

  • 19:61Maryam | Mary, 61

    The gardens of Eden, which the Gracious had promised His servants in the unseen. His promise must come to pass.

  • 19:62Maryam | Mary, 62

    They will not hear in it any nonsense, only peace. They will have their provi-sion in it morning and evening.

  • 19:62Maryam | Mary, 62

    They will not hear in it any nonsense, only peace. They will have their provi-sion in it morning and evening.

  • 22:23Al-Haj | The Pilgrimage, 23

    God will admit those who acknowledge and do good works to gardens with rivers flowing beneath them, wherein they will be adorned with bracelets of gold and pearl, and their garments will be of silk.

  • 25:10Al-Furqan | The Criterian, 10

    Blessed is the One who if He wishes can make for you better than that. Paradises with rivers flowing beneath them, and He will make for you palaces.

  • 25:24Al-Furqan | The Criterian, 24

    The dwellers of Paradise on that day are in the best abode and the best destiny.

  • 25:75Al-Furqan | The Criterian, 75

    These will be rewarded with a dwelling for what they have been patient for, and they will find in it a greeting and peace.

  • 29:58Al-'Ankabut | The Spider, 58

    Those who acknowledge and do good work, We will settle them in mansions in Paradise, with rivers flowing beneath. Eternally they abide therein. Excellent is the reward for the workers.

  • 32:19As-Sajdah | The Prostration, 19

    As for those who acknowledge and do good works, for them are eternal Paradises as an abode, in return for their works.

  • 35:33Fatir | Originator, 33

    They will enter the gardens of Eden, where they will be adorned with bracelets of gold and pearls, and their garments in it will be of silk.

  • 36:55Ya-Sin | Ya Sin, 55

    The dwellers of Paradise will be, on that day, joyfully busy.

  • 36:56Ya-Sin | Ya Sin, 56

    They and their spouses, both will be shaded, reclining on high furnishings.

  • 36:57Ya-Sin | Ya Sin, 57

    They will have fruits therein; they will have in it whatever they ask for.

  • 37:42As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 42

    Fruits, and they will be honored.

  • 37:43As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 43

    In the gardens of bliss.

  • 37:44As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 44

    On furnishings which are opposite one another.

  • 37:45As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 45

    They will be served with cups of pure drinks.

  • 37:46As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 46

    Clear and tasty for the drinkers.

  • 37:47As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 47

    There is no bitterness therein, nor will they tire from it.

  • 37:48As-Saffat | Those Who Set The Ranks, 48

    With them are attendants with wide eyes and a splendid look.

  • 38:50Sad | The Letter "SAAD", 50

    The gardens of Eden, whose gates will be open for them.

  • 38:51Sad | The Letter "SAAD", 51

    Reclining therein, they will be invited to many fruits and drinks.

  • 38:52Sad | The Letter "SAAD", 52

    With them are attendants with a splendid look and of equal age.

  • 39:73Az-Zumar | The Troops, 73

    Those who reverenced their Lord will be driven to Paradise in groups. When they reach it, and its gates are opened, its guards will say to them: "Peace be upon you. You have done well, so enter to abide herein."

  • 39:74Az-Zumar | The Troops, 74

    They said, "Praise be to God who has fulfilled His promise to us, and He made us inherit the earth, enjoying Paradise as we please. What a beautiful recompense for the workers!"

  • 41:30Fussilat | Explained In Detail, 30

    Surely, those who have said, "Our Lord is God," then they did right, the controllers will descend upon them: "You shall not fear, nor shall you grieve. Rejoice in the good news of Paradise that you have been promised."

  • 41:31Fussilat | Explained In Detail, 31

    "We are your allies in this worldly life and in the Hereafter. There you will have anything your person desires, and in it you will have anything you ask for."

  • 43:70Az-Zukhruf | The Ornaments Of Gold, 70

    "Enter Paradise, together with your spouses, in happiness."

  • 43:71Az-Zukhruf | The Ornaments Of Gold, 71

    They will be served with golden trays and cups, and they will find everything the self desires and the eyes wish for, and you will abide therein forever.

  • 43:73Az-Zukhruf | The Ornaments Of Gold, 73

    In it you will have all kinds of fruits, from which you eat.

  • 47:15Muhammad | Muhammad, 15

    The example of Paradise; that the righteous have been promised with rivers of pure water, rivers of milk whose taste does not change, rivers of intoxicants that are delicious for the drinkers, and rivers of strained honey. For them in it are all kinds of fruits, and forgiveness from their Lord. Compare it to that of those who abide in the fire, and are given to drink boiling water that cuts up their intestines.

  • 51:15Adh-Dhariyat | The Winnowing Winds, 15

    The righteous are in paradises and springs.

  • 54:54Al-Qamar | The Moon, 54

    The righteous will be in paradises and rivers.

  • 54:55Al-Qamar | The Moon, 55

    In a position of honor, at an Omnipotent King.

  • 55:46Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 46

    For he who reverenced the majesty of his Lord, will be two paradises.

  • 55:48Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 48

    Full of provisions.

  • 55:50Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 50

    In them are two springs, flowing.

  • 55:52Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 52

    In them will be of every fruit, in pairs.

  • 55:54Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 54

    While reclining upon furnishings lined with satin, the fruits of the two paradises are within reach.

  • 55:56Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 56

    In them are the best of the fruits hanging low, untouched before by any human or Jinn.

  • 55:58Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 58

    They look like rubies and coral.

  • 55:60Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 60

    Is there any reward for goodness except goodness?

  • 55:62Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 62

    Besides these will be two other paradises.

  • 55:64Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 64

    Dark green in color.

  • 55:66Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 66

    In them, two springs which gush forth.

  • 55:68Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 68

    In them are fruits, date palms, and pomegranate.

  • 55:70Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 70

    In them is what is good and beautiful.

  • 55:72Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 72

    Companions, inside grand pavilions.

  • 55:74Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 74

    No human has ever touched them, nor Jinn.

  • 55:76Ar-Rahman | The Beneficient, 76

    Reclining on green carpets, in beautiful surroundings.

  • 56:15Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 15

    Upon luxurious furnishings.

  • 56:16Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 16

    Residing in them, neighboring each other.

  • 56:17Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 17

    Moving amongst them will be immortal children.

  • 56:18Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 18

    With cups and pitchers, drinks which are pure.

  • 56:19Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 19

    They do not run out, nor do they get bored.

  • 56:20Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 20

    Fruits of their choice.

  • 56:21Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 21

    Meat of birds that they desire.

  • 56:22Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 22

    Wonderful companions,

  • 56:23Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 23

    Like pearls which are sheltered.

  • 56:24Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 24

    A reward for their works.

  • 56:25Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 25

    They never hear any nonsense therein, nor sinful utterances.

  • 56:26Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 26

    Only the utterances of: "Peace. Peace."

  • 56:28Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 28

    In lush orchards.

  • 56:29Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 29

    Fruit-trees which are ripe.

  • 56:30Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 30

    Extended shade.

  • 56:31Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 31

    Flowing water.

  • 56:32Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 32

    Many fruits.

  • 56:33Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 33

    Neither ending; nor forbidden.

  • 56:34Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 34

    Raised furnishings.

  • 56:35Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 35

    We have produced them in a special way.

  • 56:36Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 36

    Made them young.

  • 56:37Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 37

    A perfect match.

  • 56:89Al-Waqi'ah | The Inevitable, 89

    Then joy, and rose buds, and paradises of bliss.

  • 69:21Al-Haqqah | The Reality, 21

    So he shall be in a life, well-pleasing.

  • 69:22Al-Haqqah | The Reality, 22

    In a lofty Paradise.

  • 69:23Al-Haqqah | The Reality, 23

    Its fruits are within reach.

  • 69:24Al-Haqqah | The Reality, 24

    "Eat and drink merrily in return for your works in days past."

  • 76:5Al-Insan | The Man, 5

    As for the pious, they will drink from a cup which has the scent of musk.

  • 76:6Al-Insan | The Man, 6

    A spring from which the servants of God drink, it gushes forth abundantly.

  • 76:11Al-Insan | The Man, 11

    So God shielded them from the evil of that day, and He cast towards them a look and a smile.

  • 76:12Al-Insan | The Man, 12

    He rewarded them for their patience with paradise and silk.

  • 76:13Al-Insan | The Man, 13

    They are reclining in it on raised couches, they do not have in it excessive sun nor bitter cold.

  • 76:14Al-Insan | The Man, 14

    The shade is close upon them, and the fruit is hanging low within reach.

  • 76:15Al-Insan | The Man, 15

    They are served upon with bowls of silver and glasses of crystal.

  • 76:16Al-Insan | The Man, 16

    Crystal laced with silver, measured accordingly.

  • 76:17Al-Insan | The Man, 17

    They are given to drink in it from a cup which has the scent of ginger.

  • 76:18Al-Insan | The Man, 18

    A spring therein which is called 'Salsabeel'.

  • 76:19Al-Insan | The Man, 19

    They are encircled with eternal children. If you see them you will think they are pearls which have been scattered about.

  • 76:20Al-Insan | The Man, 20

    If you look, then you will see a blessing and a great dominion.

  • 76:21Al-Insan | The Man, 21

    They will have garments of fine green silk, necklaces and bracelets from silver, and their Lord will give them a cleansing drink.

  • 76:22Al-Insan | The Man, 22

    "This is the reward for you, and your struggle is appreciated."

  • 88:10Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 10

    In a high paradise.

  • 88:11Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 11

    You will not hear in it any nonsense.

  • 88:12Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 12

    In it is a running spring.

  • 88:13Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 13

    In it are raised beds.

  • 88:14Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 14

    Cups that are set.

  • 88:15Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 15

    Cushions arranged in rows.

  • 88:16Al-Ghashiyah | The Overwhelming, 16

    Rich carpets spread out.

  • 89:28Al-Fajr | The Dawn, 28

    "Return to your Lord pleasing and pleased."

  • 89:29Al-Fajr | The Dawn, 29

    "Enter in amongst My servants."

  • 89:30Al-Fajr | The Dawn, 30

    "Enter My Paradise."

  • 98:8Al-Bayyinah | The Clear Proof, 8

    Their reward with their Lord is the gardens of Eden with rivers flowing beneath them; they abide eternally therein. God is satisfied with them, and they are satisfied with Him. That is for whoever feared His Lord.

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