Al-Insan

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  Sura 76 of the Quran  
سورة الإنسان
Sūrat al-Insān
Man

Arabic text · English translation


Classification Medinan
Alternate titles (Ar.) Sūrat al-Dahr (سورة الدَّهْرِ)
Structure 31 verses

Sūrat al-Insān (Arabic: سورة الإنسان‎) (Human) or Sūrat al-Dahr (Arabic: سورة الدَّهْرِ‎) is the 76th chapter (sura) of the Quran with 31 verses (ayat).[1]

Translation[edit]

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِِ

Bismillāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm

Beginning is with Allah's personal name Ar-Rahman Who is The Fountain of Infinite Mercy. [Note]It should be remembered that it is not the written text/part/Ayah of سُورة and hence it is never numbered. For convenience of those readers who are already believers, this is traditionally printed since it is commanded in the Qur'an to read/recite with the Name of Sustainer Lord, The Creator with the exception of the ninth Sura.


1 "There have come upon man a space of time when he was not a thing worth mentioning."

2 "We created man from a sperm of mixtures, that We might test him, wherefore We made him hearing, seeing."

3 "We showed him the way, then he is either thankful or ingrate."

4 "We have gotten ready for the infidels chains and collars and a Blaze."

5 "The pious shall drink of a cup whereof the admixture is like camphor."

6 "From a fountain whence the servants of God will drink, causing it to gush abundantly."

7 "They fulfill their vow and dread a Day the evil whereof shall be wide-spreading."

8 "And they feed with food, for love of Him, the needy, and the orphan and the captive."

9 "Saying: we feed you only for the sake of God, we desire not from you any recompense or thanks."

10 "We dread from our Lord a Day grim and distressful."

11 "Wherefore God shall preserve them from the evil of that Day, and shall cause them to meet brightness and joy."

12 "And shall recompense them for that which they patiently bare with a Garden and silken garment."

13 "Reclining therein upon couches, they shall behold therein neither sun nor hurting cold."

14 "And close upon them will be the shades thereof, and low will hang the clusters thereof greatly."

15 "And brought round amongst them will be vessels of silver and also goblets of glass."

16 "Goblets of silver, they shall have filled them to exact measure."

17 "And therein they shall be given to drink of a cup whereof the admixture will be ginger."

18 "From a fountain therein, named 'Salsabil'."

19 "And there shall go round unto them youths ever-young. When you see them they will look like scattered pearls."

20 "And when you look them you shall see there bliss and a dominion magnificent."

21 "Upon them shall be garments of fine green silk and of brocades, and adorned they shall be with bracelets of silver, and their Lord shall give them drink a beverage pure."

22 "This is for you by way of recompense, and your endeavor have been accepted."

23 "It is We Who have revealed to you the Quran, a gradual revelation."

24 "Therefore wait patiently for the command of your Lord, and obey not from among them a sinner or an ungrateful one."

25 "And remember the name of your Lord in the morning and in the evening."

26 "And during the night, worship Him, and glorify Him a long night through."

27 "They love the fleeting life, and leave in front of them a heavy day."

28 "It it We Who created them and made them firm of make, and whenever We will, We can replace them with others like them."

29 "This is an reminder, then whosoever will, may choose a way to his Lord."

30 "And you will not, unless God wills, for God is ever Knowing, Wise."

31 "He makes whomsoever He will to enter His mercy, and the wrong-doers, for them He has prepared a painful punishment."

Hadith about sura al-Dahr[edit]

Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet used to recite the following in the Fajr prayer of Friday, "Alif, Lam, Mim, Tanzil" (Surat-as-Sajda #32) and "Hal-ata-ala-l-Insani" (i.e. Surah-Ad-Dahr #76).[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Al-Insan
  2. ^ Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Volume 2, Book 13:Friday Prayer, Hadith#16:
  3. ^ http://www.usc.edu/org/cmje/religious-texts/hadith/bukhari/013-sbt.php

External links[edit]

  • Surah Al-Insan (Complete text in Arabic with English and French translations)

Other Information[edit]

Previous sura:
Al-Qiyama
Sura 76 Next sura:
Al-Mursalat
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