Search
     Home > Quran > Arabic with English Translation > Surah Ash-Shu'araa

Al-Quran Menu

Quran Home
Arabic Text
Urdu Translation
English Translation
Arabic and Urdu
Arabic and English
Arabic Urdu English
Verse by Verse
Urdu with Tafseer
Tilawat

Main Menu

Home
Al-Quran
Ahadees
Faizan-e-Sunnat
Duain
Durood Sharif
Naat City
Islamic Books
Pictures Gallery
Kalmay
Beautiful Names
Contact Us

Mailing List







Arabic Text with English Translation - Surah Ash-Shu'araa







Allah in the name of The Most Affectionate, the Merciful.

Ta, Sin, Mim
.1

These are the signs of a bright Book.
.2

Haply you will lay down your life in their grief that they believed not.
.3

If We willed, We could send down any sign upon them from the heavens, so that their high ones would remainbowed down before it.
.4

And there comes not to them any new admonition from the Most Affectionate, but they turn their faces from it.
.5

Therefore, undoubtedly they belied, now soon there is to come to them the tidings of their mocking at.
.6

Have they not seen the earth, how many noble pairs have We caused to grow therein?
.7

Undoubtedly, therein necessarily is a sign, but most of them are not to believe.
.8

And undoubtedly, your Lord necessarily He is Dignified, Merciful.
.9

And recall when your Lord called Musa saying, 'go to the people unjust'.
.10

The people of Pharaoh (Firawn) Will they not fear?
.11

He submitted, 'O my Lord', I fear that they will belie me.
.12

And my breast straitens and my tongue moves not fluently, therefore make Haroon a Messenger.
.13

And they have a charge against me, so that I fear that they may kill me.
.14

Allah said, 'not so; go both of you with Our signs, We hear with you.
.15

Therefore go to Pharaoh (Firawn) then say to him, 'both of us are the Messengers of Him Who is the Lord ofthe worlds.
.16

That send you the children of Israel with us.
.17

Firawn said, 'did We not bring you up among us in your childhood, and you did pass among us many years ofyour life?
.18

And you did your deed you did and you were ungrateful.
.19

Musa said, 'I did do it when I was unaware of the path.
.20

Therefore, I went away from you when I was afraid of you, then my Lord bestowed me wisdom and made meone of the Messengers.
.21

And this is any grace of which you speak to me that you have enslaved the children of Israel.
.22

Firawn (Pharaoh) said 'and what is the Lord of the Worlds?
.23

Musa said, 'the Lord of the heavens and the earth and of all that is between them if you would believe.
.24

Firawn (the Pharaoh), said to those around him, 'do you not hear carefully?
.25

Musa told, 'your Lord and the Lord of farmer fathers'.
.26

Firawn said, 'your this Messenger who has been sent to you has necessarily, no wisdom'.
.27

Musa said, 'the Lord of east and west and what ever is between them if you have wisdom'.
.28

Firawn said, 'if you will take a god other than me, then I will certainly imprison you'.
.29

Musa said, 'what, even though I bring you something bright?
.30

Firawn said, 'Bring it then, if you are truthful'?
.31

Therefore Musa threw down his staff hence it became a serpent manifest.
.32

And he drew forth his hand, henceforth it was shining light to the beholders.
.33

Firawn said to the chiefs around him, 'undoubtedly, he is a magician learned'.
.34

He desires to expel you from your land by the power of his magic, then what do you advice'?
.35

They said, 'make him and his brother stay and send collectors in the cities'.
.36

That they may bring to you every big magician learned.
.37

Therefore, the magicians were assembled together at a fixed time on an appointed day.
.38

And it was said to the people, 'will you assemble'?
.39

Haply, we may follow these magicians if they over come.
.40

Then when the magicians came, they said to Firawn, 'will we get some wage if we over come?
.41

Firawn said, 'yes, and at that time you will be our near ones.
.42

Musa said to them, 'Cast you down what you have to cast'.
.43

Therefore they cast down their ropes and staffs and said, 'By Firawn's honour, undoubtedly, we are thewinners.
.44

Then Musa cast his staff, henceforth it began to swallow their fabrications.
.45

Now they fell down prostrated.
.46

The magician said, 'We believed in the Lord of the Worlds.
.47

Who is the Lord of Musa and Haroon.
.48

Firawn said, 'have you believed in him before I give you leave? Undoubtedly, he is your big one who taughtyou magic; now you are to know, I swear, undoubtedly I shall cut off your hands and your feets on alternatesides, and shall crucify you all.
.49

They said, 'there is no harm, we are to return to our Lord.'
.50

We are greedy that our Lord may forgive our sins, since we have believed first.
.51

And we revealed to Musa travel by night with My bondmen, undoubtedly, you are to be followed.
.52

Now Firawn sent collectors in the cities.
.53

That these are a small party.
.54

And indeed, they are enraging us.
.55

And undoubtedly, we are all vigilant.
.56

Therefore, We turned them out from gardens and springs.
.57

And treasurers and fine abodes.
.58

We did thus. And made their heirs to the children's of Israel.
.59

Then the people of Firawn followed them at the sunrise.
.60

Then when the two groups saw each other, the people of Musa said, 'they have over taken us'.
.61

Musa said, 'not so, undoubtedly my Lord is with me, He guided me just now.
.62

Then We revealed to Musa, strike with your staff the sea, hence the sea was parted, and every part was like abig mountain.
.63

And We brought others nearer to that place.
.64

And We saved Musa and all those with him.
.65

Then We drowned the others.
.66

Undoubtedly in it necessarily, is a sign.
.67

And most of them were not Muslim. And undoubtedly your Lord, He is the Mighty, Merciful.
.68

Recite to them the news of Ibrahim.
.69

When he said to his father and his people, 'what do you worships
.70

They said, We worship idols, then we remain sitting devoted before them.
.71

He said, 'do they hear you' when you call?
.72

Or do you any good or harm you?
.73

They said, 'Nay we found our fathers doing so'.
.74

He said, 'do you then see. What you worship'?
.75

You end your forefathers.
.76

Undoubtedly they are all enemies to me but the Lord of the worlds.
.77

He Who created me, therefor He will guide me.
.78

And He who feeds me and gives me to drink.
.79

And when I am ill, it is He who heals me.
.80

And He who will cause me to die, then will make me alive.
.81

And He Who, I long will forgive my sins on the Day of Requital.
.82

'O my Lord! Bestow wisdom on me and join me with those who are able of Your proximity.
.83

And give me a true reputation among the later generations.
.84

And make me among those who are the heirs of gardens of comfort.
.85

And forgive my father, undoubtedly he has gone astray.
.86

And disgrace me not the day when all shall be raised.
.87

The day when neither wealth nor sons shall avail.
.88

But he who comes before Allah with a sound heart.
.89

And the Heaven shall be brought near to the dutiful.
.90

And the Hell shall be made apparent to those who have gone astray.
.91

And it will be said to them. Where are those whom you used to worship?
.92

Beside Allah? Will they help you or will retrieve themselves?
.93

Then they were thrown in the Hell, they and those who have gone astray.
.94

And the army of the devil all together.
.95

They shall say while they will be disputing therein themselves,
.96

By God, undoubtedly, we were in manifest error.
.97

When we made you equal with the Lord of the worlds.
.98

And none led us astray but the culprits.
.99

Then we have no intercessor now.
.100

Nor any sympathising friend.
.101

Then anyhow we might return again so that we would have been Muslims.
.102

Undoubtedly in it necessarily there is a sign, but most of them were not believers.
.103

And undoubtedly, your Lord. He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.104

The people of Nuh belied the Messengers.
.105

When their compatriot Nuh said to them, 'Do you not fear?
.106

Undoubtedly, I am a Messenger trusted for you.
.107

Therefore, fear Allah and obey me.
.108

And I ask of you no wage for this; my wage is only upon Him who is the Lord of the worlds.
.109

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.110

They said, 'shall we believe you while the mean persons have followed you'.
.111

He said, 'what knowledge have I of what are their deed?
.112

Their account is only upon my Lord, if you have sense.
.113

And I am not to drive away the Muslims.
.114

I am not but a plain warner.
.115

They said 'O Nuh! You will not desist, then, necessarily, you will be stoned.
.116

He said, 'O my Lord, my people have belied me'.
.117

Therefore decide completely between them and me and believe me and those of Muslims with me.
.118

Then We saved him and those with him in a laden ark.
.119

Then afterwards We drowned the rest.
.120

No doubt, in it there is necessarily a sign, and most of them were not Muslims.
.121

And undoubtedly, your Lord He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.122

Aad belied the Messengers.
.123

When their compatriot Hud said to them, 'do you not fear'?
.124

Undoubtedly, I am a trusted Messenger of Allah for you.
.125

'Therefore fear Allah and obey me'.
.126

And I ask you no wage for it. My wage is only upon Him Who is the Lord of the worlds.
.127

Do you build a sign on every height to laugh at the wayfarers?
.128

And you erect strong palaces that perhaps you will live forever.
.129

And when you lay hands on any one you lay hands tyrannically.
.130

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.131

And fear Him Who helped you with those things, which are known, to you.
.132

He helped you with cattle and sons.
.133

And gardens and springs.
.134

Undoubtedly, I am afraid of coming on you the torment of a great Day.
.135

They said, 'it is equal to us whether you admonish us or be not of the admonishers.
.136

This is not but the same habits of the ancients.
.137

And we are not to be tormented.
.138

Then they belied him, therefore We destroyed them. Undoubtedly in it, there is necessarily a sign; but most ofthem were not Muslims.
.139

And undoubtedly, your Lord He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.140

The people of Lut belied the Messengers.
.141

When their compatriot Lut said, 'do you not fear?'
.142

Undoubtedly, I am a trusted Messenger of Allah for you.
.143

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.144

I ask you no wage for it, my wage is only upon Him Who is the Lord of the worlds.
.145

Will you be left secure amid the good things of here?
.146

In gardens and springs.
.147

And cornfields and palm trees whose blossoms are soft tender.
.148

And hew out houses in the mountains skillfully.
.149

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.150

And follow not the bidding of those who exceed the limits.
.151

Who spread disorder in the earth and reform not.
.152

They said, 'you have indeed been be-witched.
.153

You are indeed a man like us, therefore bring any sign, if you are truthful.
.154

He said, this is a she camel, a day of drinking is for her and a fixed day of drinking is for you.
.155

And touch her not with evil, lest the torment of a great day will overtake you.
.156

But they hamstrung her, then they remained repenting in the morning.
.157

Therefore, the torment overtook them.
.158

And undoubtedly, your Lord -He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.159

The people of Lut belied the Messengers.
.160

When their compatriot Lut said to them, 'do you not fear'.
.161

Undoubtedly, I am a trusted Messenger of Allah for you.
.162

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.163

I ask you no wage for it, my wage is only upon Him Who is the Lord of the worlds.
.164

Do you commit unnatural offence with males from among the creatures.
.165

And leave your wives whom your Lord has created for you? Nay, but you are a people exceeding the limit.
.166

They said, O Lut', if you desist not, then you shall necessarily be expelled out.
.167

He said, 'I am disgusted of your doings.
.168

'O my Lord! save me and my family from their doings.
.169

Therefore, We delivered him and all his family member.
.170

But an old woman who stayed behind.
.171

Then We destroyed the others.
.172

And We rained upon them a rain, therefore what an evil rain it was for those who were warned.
.173

Undoubtedly, in it necessarily, there is a sign. But most of them were not Muslims.
.174

And undoubtedly, your Lord-He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.175

The people of the forest belied the Messengers.
.176

When Shoaib said to them, 'do you not fear?
.177

Undoubtedly, I am a trusted Messenger of Allah for you.
.178

Therefore fear Allah and obey me.
.179

And I ask you no wage for it, my wage is only upon Him Who is Lord of the worlds.
.180

Fulfil the measure and be not of those who give less.
.181

And weigh with a straight balance.
.182

And give not the things of the people decreasing, and wander not in the earth spreading mischief.
.183

And fear Him Who created you and the earlier people.
.184

They said, 'you are being be-witched.
.185

You are not, but a man like us, and undoubtedly, we consider you a liar.
.186

Therefore, cause to fall upon us a fragment of the sky, if you are truthful.
.187

He said, My Lord knows well what are your doings.
.188

Then they belied him, therefore, the torment of the day of shadow overtook them. Undoubtedly, it was atorment of a great day.
.189

Undoubtedly, in it, there is necessarily a sign, and most of them were not Muslims.
.190

And undoubtedly, your Lord-He is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.191

And undoubtedly, the Lord of the worlds has sent down this Quran.
.192

The Trusted spirit has descended with it.
.193

On your heart that you may warn.
.194

In bright Arabic language.
.195

And undoubtedly, its discussion is on the former Books.
.196

And was it not a sign for them, that the learned ones of the children of Israel know this prophet?
.197

And if We had sent it down to any of the non-Arabs.
.198

And he had recited it to them, even then, they would not have believed.
.199

Thus, We have caused it to enter into the hearts of the culprits.
.200

They will not believe in it until they see the painful torment.
.201

Then it will come to them all of a sudden and they will not know.
.202

Then they will say, 'shall we be respited?
.203

Do they then wish to hasten Our torment?
.204

Well see then, if We allow them to carry on for some years.
.205

Then there comes to them that with which they are promised.
.206

What they will gain only that they enjoyed.
.207

And We destroyed not any town but it had its warners.
.208

For admonition and We oppress not.
.209

And this Quran has not been brought down by the devils (Satan).
.210

And they are not worthy of it, and nor they can do so.
.211

They have been indeed removed very far from the place of hearing.
.212

Therefore, worship you not another god beside Allah lest you should be tormented.
.213

And O beloved', warn your nearest kinsmen.
.214

And spread your wing of mercy for your follower Muslims.
.215

Then if they disobey you say then, 'I am quit of what you do.
.216

And rely upon Him Who is the Mighty, the Merciful.
.217

Who sees you when you stand.
.218

And your movements among those who offer prayer.
.219

Undoubtedly, He is the Hearer, the Knower.
.220

Should I tell you on whom the devils (Satan) descend?
.221

They descend upon every big slanderer and sinner.
.222

The devils cast upon them their own hearings and most of them are liars.
.223

And the misguided ones follow the poets.
.224

Have you not seen, that they wander about in every valley?
.225

And they say what they do not act.
.226

But those who believed and did good deeds and remembered Allah much and took revenge after they wereopposed. And now the unjust will soon know as to which side they shall return.
.227




Quran Search

Select Surah :   Ayat Number :   







Click here to Create your own website of Ahadees instantly. Its free and take less then a minute.

Click here to Create your own website of Naats instantly. Its free and take less then a minute.

Get it on Google Play