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Revise EditionTHE MAIDENS OFJANNAT (PARADISE}      Compiled by: Moulana Abdullah NanaZAM ZAM PUBLISHERS    KARACHI-PAKISTAN
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  1. 1. Revise EditionTHE MAIDENS OFJANNAT (PARADISE} Compiled by: Moulana Abdullah NanaZAM ZAM PUBLISHERS KARACHI-PAKISTAN
  2. 2. 5 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT Table of Contents [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED l Foreword 6Second Authorized Edition 2004 Chapter 1: The greatest pleasure in Jannat? 12Name of the Book: The Maidensof Jannat (Paradise)First Edition Chapter 2: The superiority of the pleasures of Jannal. 14 October 2002 Chapter 3: A persons every desire will be fulfilled 16Second Edition March 2004 Chapter 4: Introduction to the maidens of Jannat 21Compiled by MoulanaAqdullahNana Chapter 5: The adornments & features of the maidens of Jannat 25Published by: Chapter 6: The beauty of the maidens of Jannat.. .. 31Zam Zam PublishersUrdu Bazar Karachi-Pakistan. Chapter 7: A continuous increase in the beauty of Jannat. .... .34Ph : 021-7760374 : 021-7761671 Chapter 8: The beautiful voices & singing ofFax: 021-7725673 the maidens 39E-mail : zamzam01@cyber.net.pk : zamzam@sat.net.pk Chapter 9: The perfect and most loving wives .41 Chapter 10: The number of wives 44 Chapter 11: How to gain more wives in Jannat. .47Available in U.KAI-Farooq International Chapter 12: Intimate relations in Jannat.. .481 Atkinson Street, Chapter 13: Will there be childbirth in Jannat? 56Leicester,LE53QA Chapter 14: Shahid (Martyr) with the maidensPh : 01162537640Fax: 01162628655 of Jannat. 57Mobile : 07855425358Website: www.alfarooqintemational.co.uk Chapter 15: How to achieve Jannat.. 62E-mail: alfarooqintemational@yahoo.com
  3. 3. 6 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T 7 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT Foreword these eternal rewards of the Hereafter, there is little that The temporary life of this world is a great test for man. can control the desires of man, especially the desires of Temptations are many and man is weak. The the youth. possibilities of faltering and sinning are not remote. Of In this book, some of the rewards of the Hereafter, all the temptations, the temptation relating to the especially those relating to the gorgeous, celestial, wide- opposite sex is thc highest. If the sexual urge of man is eyed beauties - the hurs - of Jannat, have been Set out in left unchecked and unregulated, there will be total a clear and concise manner. By reading and pondering anarchy and mischief in the world. Therefore, Almighty about the bounties of Jannat and its beautiful virgins, the Allah ~ placcd various rcstrictions upon man in this regard. youth will feel a renewed vigour to fight the carnal desires and strive for the pleasure of Allah ~ by doingTo control and rcgulatc lhis desirc, any limn of illicit righteous deeds. Furthermore, the beauty of the womenaffiliation with the opposite scx is slriclly I()rhiddcn. To of this world will appear pale and insignificant beforemaintain a high Icvel of moral ily, (Shllll has ordaincd the beauty of those stunning damsels of Jannat.very strict laws and mallY rest ricI iOlls 10 ell rIa iI Ihcunlawful, carnal desires of maII. There is not much authentic literature on this specific topic, and hence this book fulfills this requirement in aAll of these strict restrictions wcigh heavily Oil IIIl"I/(/j. captivating way. I would recommend every youngster tothe bestial self - of man. The 1/{{j.V COllsl;lI11lyslTks acquire a copy of this book, to read it, and ponder overcarnal gratification and indulgence or ils desir-Los.To its contents. May Allah ~ accept and reward the effortscontrol the wild desires of the nafs is no easy lask. I[ C;III of MI. Abdullah Nana of the US in compiling thisbe likened to riding a strong, wild horse. Eithcr the rider beneficial book and may Allah ~ inspire him to producewill keep the horse in check with great effort or thc many beneficial writings in the future as well. Amin.horse will throw the rider off. This is the constant Was-Salaamstruggle that exists between man and his desires in this Mufti Zubair Bayatworld. For the youth, the struggle is even more intenseand great. Stanger, South Africa 1 Rajab 1423, 8 September 2002For those people who restrain and control the desires ofthe nafs in this world, Allah ~ has promised immenserewards in the Akirah (hereafter). Man sometimesforgets these rewards and becomes inclined to sin. If heis reminded about these rewards, his resolve to controlthe nafs becomes stronger and more vigorous. Itbecomes easier to sacrifice the desires in view of thesegreat rewards of the Hereafter. Besides the promise of
  4. 4. 8 9 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT ~)I~..;I ~I ~ environment. As Rasulullah ~ predicted, holding on to ~ Lal HJSJI ~~-J ~ ~ -J .i.W the commands of Allah ~ and staying away from evil during this time has become like holding on to a burning The Maidens of Jannat (Paradise) coal. and other bounties in the li~ht of the In order to motivate us to pass this test, it is very Quran and Ahadith important for u<; to know what is the reward for controlling ones desires and staying away from evil. It Introduction becomes very easy for a person to undergo difficulty andAllah ~ has placed in every human being the natural hardship to carry out an action when he knows whatdesire and inclination for gold, silver, money, reward he will receive for doing this action. Fortransportation (cars), land, and other items of this world. example, a person will happily go to work every day and tire himself because he knows that he will receive hisThe test for a person is how he responds to his desire forthese items. If he uses these items to prepare for the paycheck at the end of the month. In the same way,hereafter, he will be successful. On the other hand, if he Allah ~ and his Rasul have given us a detaileddevotes himself to fulfilling his desire for these items description of the reward for controlling ones desires inand forgets about his purpose in this world, he will be this world, i.e. Jannat (paradise).amongst the losers in the hereafter. Jannat is a place where a person will have all that he Similarly, Allah ~ has placed in every person the desires, and he will live a perfect (lad ever-lasting life. natural desire for the opposite sex, and out of all the Each pleasure of Jannat will be far more superior than desires found in a person, the greatest test for a Muslim the comparable pleasure found in this world, and a is how he fulfills this desire. He can either fail this test person will be able to completely fulfill his desire forby spending all his energy to unlawfully satisfy this that pleasure. For example, a person in this world isdesire, or pass this test by remaining chaste and fulfilling always drinking liquids to quench his thirst. No matterthis desire lawfully through marriage. Rasulullah ~ said how many delicious and tasty beverages he consumes, heregarding the severity of this test, "I have not left a more will always become thirsty again in a few hours. But, inharmful and severe temptation for men than women. ,,1 the hereafter, a person will be able to drink as much asThis test is even greater for us today because of the he desires and quench his thirst permanently.generally evil environment in which we are living in. It Similarly, the women of Jannat will be far more superiorhas become very easy to commit evil and it has become than the women of this world. Once a person comes tosomewhat difficult to do good deeds because of this know of this, it will become very easy for him to stay away from evil and work towards the hereafter. This book contains a detailed description of these womenI (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim)
  5. 5. 10 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 11 THE MAIDENS OF JANNATbased on the verses of the Qurfm, tafsir (explanation of The permissibility of using a weak hadith forthe Quran), Ahadith, and stories of the pious. describing virtues of actionsThe purpose of this book is to motivate us to worktowards the hereafter and to control our desires in this The majority of the ahadith in this book are authentic ahadith. However, I have also included weak ahadithworld through marriage. We should not read this bookas a fairy tale or a fantasy; rather we should understand because thi~~is a topic related to virtues. The famousthat the contents of this book are a reality for which we Shafi scholar, Imam Nawawi says in his introductionshould all work towards. It is our fundamental belief that to the arbain (40 ahadith) that the scholars have agreedJannat and Jahannam (hellfire) are already in existence on the permissibility of using weak Ahadith forand a person will fulfill all his desires in Jannat both describing the virtues of actions.physically and spiritually. Hafiz ibn Hajar has further fixed three conditions for using weak ahadith. One is that the hadith must not be very weak, i.e. at least one chain of narrators of this hadith must be free from a narrator who is a liar, is accused of lying, or is known for making great mistakes. The second condition is that it should fit under a general principle, which is established and acted upon. Finally, the third condition is that the person acting upon this hadith should not believe it to be established, but he should exercise caution in this regard2• Only those weak ahadith have been included in this book, which meet these conditions. The classification of the ahadith by the eminent scholars of hadith has been included with the hadith in Arabic. 2 (Tadrlb Ar-Rawi Pgl96 Qadim Kutub Khanah, Karachi )========================.","~",""-----
  6. 6. 12 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 13 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA TChapter 1: What is the greatest pleasure i"Y::". -.y.- I W ~G...:lJ1 UJ..s.J .• ~. ,II I....l.:lo.l l.l.i..1! . t.~ _.J WI (.)A.J. U::....i:i ~!~..lj of Jannat? (449) ~O3.J- r+:.J.)! ~I ()4 Suhayb narrates that RasUlullah said, "When theJ-A: ~ J j- All 61 : JIJ ~ All! J-..9"-".J ~ (,j .J.u..ll ~ 61 ~ r:.P people of Jannat enter into Jannat, Allah ~ will say to~.l:J ~ ~ J J ~.ilt.J.oII Li:.J ~ 6Jl# ~ JIlll Y : ~I JIllJ them, Do you want anything else? They will say, Did " _ J ..J.6.:l~iLd.j::.~.l..l§ t..L w_ ~Y- . ;IWLA J u~..r::--. ·.I ••• ~.J ~ U" t"J.~ ..r::- you not brighten our faces and enter us into Jannat? Did~ ~~ (,jl J 6Jl-.9¥ clj ()4 ~ ~ ;II J# ~ ()4 ~ you not save us from Jahannam? Then, Allah ~ will~ ~ - l..l.;ll oJ2.: ~ ~I ~ ~I~.J ~ J# ~ clj ()4 remove the veil and they will not be given anything more (7140) ~, (5649) If.J...:;..,J / beloved to them than the sight of their Lord. ,,4Abu Said Khudri narrates that RasGlullah said thatAllah ~ will say to the people of Jannat, "0 people ofJannat." They will answer, "0 our Lord, we are presentand all goodness is in your hands." Allah ~ will then sayto them, "Are you pleased?" They will say, "0 our Lord,how could we not be pleased when You have given us[those bounties] which You have not given to any of Yourcreation?" Allah ~ will say, " Should I not give yousomething better than all this?" They will say, " What canbe better than all this?" Allah will say, "I enter you intoMy happiness and I will never become angry at you."3A person will only be able to completely enjoy thebounties of Jannat when he knows that the owner ofthese bounties is pleased with him and will neverbecome angry with him. His enjoyment of these bountieswill increase when he knows that it is iplpossible for himto lose them.J-A: JIJ ~ ~I JIlll ~J Ijj JIJ ~ All J-..9"-".J ~ 6 ~ r:.P"~I lA ~J ~ • - ~II •• 1•• ,~~ r " u~..r::- ~(.I.I l.l.i..1uJ _Y- if.IULj J _.J _ • .1.1 - ~ .J. All w:i3 (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim) 4 (Sahih Muslim)
  7. 7. 14 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 15 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T Chapter 2: The superiority of the Comparison of this world to the hereafter pleasures of Jannat o-.?-~ ~ l;:.i.lll ..Q • ~l J--","".) J.§ :J.§ ~ ..ll~ ~ ..l.)~ {p One second of Jannat is enough to make one forget ~ o~.) - ~.J:! r-: M ~~ ~1 rs..u.1~ ..Q ~ )/1 (7197) all the difficulties and pleasures of this world Mustawrid narrates that Rasu.lullah said, "The .)Wl ~ ()A l;:.i.lll ~1 ~~ ~.J:! : ~ J--","".) J.§ : JIJ 4l~u-JI {p comparison of the world to the hereafter is like di ~ping ~ ~ l~ ~l.) ~ ("..ll ~l 4 J~ ~ ~ .)WI ~ ~ ~~ ("-J:! your hand into the ocean and examining how much water ()A l;:.i.ll ~ ~): u-uW1 ~4~.J:! -J y.) 4 ~ 13 )/.. -# ~ ~ .:l: JA J you have taken out from it. ,,6~~): ~1.) ~ ("..ll ~14.u Jt:¥ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~I ~1 In this hadith, Rasu.lullah has compared the pleasureso~ ~l.) )/3 ~ u-u): ~ JA y.) 4 ~13 ~ J.# ~ o~ .:l: JA JIll ..Q of this world with the pleasures of the hereafter using a .. (7088) ~ 013)- ~ concrete example which we can understand. Otherwise, Anas narrates that Rasu.lullah said, "On the Day of the pleasures of this world are not even a drop in theJudgement, that dweller of Jahannam (hellfire) who had ocean compared to the pleasures of Jannat. This islived the most luxurious life in this world will be because the pleasures of Jannat will last forever, whereasbrought and he will be put in Jahannam for a second and the pleasures of this world are temporary.taken out. He will then be asked, 0 son of Adam, did The pleasures of Jannat are un-imaginableyou ever experience any good? Did you ever experienceany comfort? He will say, No, I swear by Allah, my ~..l..pl : ~~ ~I J.§ : ~l J--","".) J.§ : J.§ 0.J:!~ ~I {pLord. Then, that dweller of Jannat who lived the most y1.: ~ ~ ~ )/ 3 u...w. 6j 3 d.) ~ )/..Q UpJ~1 ($...l~ )/difficult life in this world will be brought and he will put / "-.lb ...•• ,· •• ~l -r-.~. r-- rw~W (,J, 33..r 3 .. ~ _ u::- 0..r (jl (T a .•.. ..Q,u-- ~.~ ~ ~.. 1 ·~l ."a1 (7132) ~ (3244) t?)~.in Jannat for a second and out. He will be asked, 0 son AbU. Hurayrah narrates that Rasu.lullah said thatof Adam, did you ever experience any difficulty? Did Allah says, "I have prepared for my pious slaves [inyou ever experience any hardship? He will say, No, I Jannat] those comforts which no eye has seen, no ear hasswear by Allah ~, my Lord. I never experienced any heard, and no human being has ever imagined. Recite ifhardship and I never experienced any difficulty. " 5 you wish, "No person knows the joy which is hidden from them. 7" ,,8This hadith gives us a comparison of the pleasures ofthis world and the pleasures of the Jannat. A person who From this hadith we can understand that no one can fully comprehend what Allah ~ has kept for us in Jannat. Theenjoys the pleasures of Jannat for just once second will actual pleasures and bounties of Jannat will be far moreforget all the pleasures and difficulties of this world. enjoyable than what we can imagine them to be.Therefore, all of us should work towards those pleasureswhich are everlasting. 6 (Sahih Muslim) 7 (32: 17)i (Sahlh Muslim) 8 (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim)
  8. 8. 16 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T 17 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T ~~ ,1..:~ ~:.• UI3" .a.J Lil .1 ~ .1 ,3" •.••••- - .oj clillj I~ ,. LlLU..u ,..c. (.)A .w.l _, A : •.•••• <-.. Chapter 3: A persons every desire will ..1ll.u.,~ ..9~Y 4i..l.l1 (,?-I 0!) 01).) Jill ~.) l,?.)iuJl J1.9 - Wl.S W ~fl be fulfilled J1.9 / ( u j-»! ,.~, I c....WS..JI - 518 /4.. " j-- j ," -011) ~ ~U ·.1 , <....l.lll> .• L...l.l.C:.Allah ~ says, ul ~y..::W j ~ JySJI l.J-o t~ yJ JG... ) Jill 4.A.::...) ~ 0!1 ~l::JI j.j ~ ..1~)IJ JL,.... j Lou4l,JIy,.JI uc h~ ~ l,?ill (,?-~I J~ UJ..I.lG..~ ~I J ~~ ltiJ ~JI ~ 1.4 ~ J ( 53,J-= :.i..J:.j C Y-":,II;u, Y LlJ C Y-":. j W U ,--, ,ell J=-" ") ,,,.r ..u, :L", CJ-"- <ll"And in Jannat will be whatever the inner-soul desires Simak narrates that he met Abdullah ibn Abbas inand whatever the eye finds pleasure in, and you will stay Madinah after he had lost his eyesight and he asked him,there forever. ,,9 Everything in Jannat will be in "[Tell me about the] clothes of Jannat." Ibn Abbasaccordance with a persons desires and wishes. answered, "There is one tree in Jannat which will bear fruit similar to a pomegranate. When a friend of Allah~ (jA ~~I ~ ~.ll u! : J1.2 ~I J"...,.) ul O.J:I.Jko ~ (p will desire clothes, the tree will automatically present to j.ill U Aj J .;-::- ~ J .;-::- ~ _ ;•.• .0 •• U" • .oj t •.• J .;-::- ..,.--;:- (jAJ • Aj J .;-:: U ;•.•. ~ -, ;•. him 70 pairs of clothes, each with a different colour.~ 0).)- .oj~l oy!;&. J ~ J-:li J1.2J1.2ui u-ll4£A ~ J ~ 1.4 [After he has chosen what he desires,] the tree will (451 ) return back to its place. "IIAbu Hurayrah narrates that RasUlullah said,"Definitely, the lowest position of Jannat which one of ..11 J"...,.) 4 ulli J.P..lI ~ U.iS : J1.2~ O.lCL... 6: ~.J ~ (pyou will receive is that Allah ~ will say to him, Wish ~ .ill u.S ~) ~ 4 ~ ..1 &3 ...1 u! : Jili Jp. ~ ~ JAl[for whatever you desire]. Then he will wish [for Jill 4.A.::...) l,?.)iuJl J1.9 - ~ ~ cl: -# ub~ .oj <.::.i~4(jA"I.Y.).whatever he desires]. Thereafter, Allah ~ will say to 4.A.::...) ~4-0..ll J1.9j ( 545/4: -:4 yJI) di> 4.:i).) ) ~ybl 0).)him, Have you wished [for whatever you desire]? He J1.9 ) ( :;s.." ~ ~ - l004 : (:-!I)I ~I) d..9.:i <lll:>-.) Jillwill say Yes. Then Allah ~ will say to him, )..1- 413 / 10 : ..l.JI))I~) uli> <lll:>-.) Jill 4.A.::...) ~IDefinitely, you will receive double that which you had ( -l) -»! . (,?- ywII l-.iAl1 - . Abdur Rahman ibn Saidah narrates that he used todesired. " Abu Said said, "You will receive what youdesired and ten times thereof. ,,10 love horses, so he said to RasUlullah "0 RasUlullah, will there be horses in Jannat?" RasUlullah said, "0A person will receive everything that he ever desired in Abdur Rahman, if Allah ~ enters you into Jannat, youJannat and more.Jili IJ~ US 1.4 Ja.: ~.l.4.ll: ~ I.Y~ 6: ..1 ~ u.il .wI dlA.w. (p~ Jb W ~: J1.2 ui u-ll ~~ jS~ ~I ~) 1.4I.Y~ 6:4<.::.i.J.l.:l..ll o~ ~..11 .)J .I) j~ uLA.J.wls ~ ~ o~ ~ J1.2 II (Ibn Abi Dunyfl) Note: Hafiz ibn Hajar mentions that the saying of a Sahabi (Companion of the Prophet) who did not take from the narrations of the Jews and the Christians which discusses such a topic which9(43:71) cannot be determined by a persons logic and deduction is equivalent to a h·,dl h which is directly from Rasulullah :iii.10 (Sahih Muslim)
  9. 9. 18 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T 19 THE MAIDENS OF JANNATwill receive a horse made from a ruby which will have to each another. They will talk about the amusements oftwo wings. This horse will t1y you wherever you the world and will desire them. Allah will send adesire." 12 wind from Jannat which will shake this tree, causing it to re-create all the amusements of this world. " 14 ()A yl~ ~ 4J ~ ()A J.?)I u: JL94...l£;.. ~LA iftl UCJ1j - 4..i~ Jl ..I-JY ~ yy1# o..l;!~.9 ~ J.:~41•.~ ~I" yly1 u! : ~..I411 ()A J.?.J o..Gc -.9 .!:J~ ulS ~ u+1Jl u • oJ:!~ ift UC4: ~yJl) ~ 0: ~ JL9~ ~ ~l.u Jl1S t.Jj.l ~ <.:.J"ujLJ....,1 ~ ~:J4..J 4..i.::J1 J 4.:i~ upl ..lLl....,~ ..9~yo 4l..J.l1 (,5""!i D-3.J &1 4.A.::...J (,-?.J~ oj~1 -.9 4...J~1 .J..~ .J~ JL9t.JJI u ~I ()S.l -.9 ( 524/ - ~..uJ1 •.~ ~ kl :l 4..ilj 1"..I16:l4cl.iJ..I JJ¥ J~ J~ ulS.9Abu Umamah said, "Definitely, a person from Jannat (2348) (,-?)~I DI-3.Jwill desire the drink of Jannat. Then, a glass will appear Abu Hurayrah narrates that RasUlullah wasand fall in his hand, He will drink from this glass, [and speaking whilts villager was sitting by him.after he is finished,] it will return to its original place. ,,13 Rasulullah said, "A person in Jannat will ask AllahA person will drink a pure wine in Jannat which does permission to farm. Allah ~ will say to him, Dont younot intoxicate and does not cause head-aches. already have whatever you desire? He will answer, ,Yes, but I love farming. He will plant his crop, and inJL... ~ ~ ~ 0~ ..IJ~I J1;j1 : JIJ ~ • 0"Lp 6:l UC a split-second it will grow tall and be ready for harvest.~ [~ ~~ JS ~ I"~ ~14 4J.b ~ ~I ySl)1 ~ 1.4 .J.l§ [After it is harvested,] this crop will be as big asJ ,.,---. ~ ~ .• ~,~ •• Q .. JIJ"IAII.:. .• "0"""" u- (JJ-l . Q.. .• ~ ~~".1J" r ~ J UY- U" WI uC .:11 1•. .. mountains. Allah ~ will say to him, 0 son of Adam,ulS ~ ~ o~1 cl:; ~j~"Jr~1 ()A~.) kl J....~4-i.l.l1~ jS~ take this because nothing will satisfy you." 15L9:1...rb lJ..o ..9y§ yo 4l..J.l (,5""!i 0! DI j.J ,&I 4.A.::...J (,-? .J~I J1j - 4-i.l.l1 ~ :l Jt!;:H ~14 L9~~1 ~ u!:~ ~I J~.JJL9: JL9. ~ UCj ~l:,J1 -3 ~j.:.. 0!1 ~ ~ -3 fl ~ -3 0! ~ l.F 0! ~ e:Jt......o j - ~~..I 0J~ J.?YI~I ul J4>yl J •. ...llI ()A J~ L :l) •.Iy1~(,-?.J. ~ &1 ~.J D..lLl....,) 3 - ~40..J.lI ~y:. yll~&1 J1j -3 (520/ 4: ~yJ) 0!1 J1j 4.A.::...J ffi (,-?i.fll ~ -3 (987 : ~I) 0! ~)I -¥=-) ~...rb lJ..o ~ pi ~,& I 4.A.::...J ~ 0!1 ~GJI J1j ~ lJ..o ~ ~ 4JI .uy§ C-" D~ .u ().u= -3~y:. J1j -3 (,-?i.yJ (06) (3 0 :"1/ WI jDjY": . ... I~ .,.). ~():l .:< ~ ~ ~p 0! .u CPI -3 pi ~..l.:>. ~...rb lJ..o ~l:,J ~ -3 4.1:.i:..Ibn Abbas said, "The extended shade (mentioned inthe verse 56:30) is a tree in Jannat. Its trunk will be so .u -3 ~ ~) -¥=- lJ..o ~I ~ J1j uSJ pi (~) lJ..o f4-aJ1 -;-lIE ~ ~i.J 1..0 ~ (..b..uo}:ll) ~ ~1y1J ~p J!l:>- ~..l.:>. lJ..o ~~long that it will take a fast horse-rider 100 years to travel l.,? D..lLl...., - . ~ , ~ ~I - ("" J1j ~,. ..::.w.bJ .. y.<:09 (,-?.J ii..JJ (-.l.lA, J"" ... :: j <-..d:. J"" ... ::11)from one side to the other. The people of Jannat will D..lLl....,! ~ j L»ho 0!&1 -¥=- 0! ~ ~y ~ 4Ic ~-3 ~ (..b..uo-3JI)leave their rooms and go to the shade of the tree to talk ( 81 : ..l ..J.....u.J J _~11) -"" ~" .bJ y~ .. ~ .( Y> -3 ~ ~u 11 ~.J:! 0! J! G... .I. (T abrfml)13 (Ibn Abi Dunya) 14 (Ibn Abi Dunya) 15 (Sahih BukharJ)
  10. 10. 21 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT20 THE MAIDENS OF JANNATAli narrates that Rasullah said, "Indeed, there willbe a market-place in Jannat where buying and selling Chapter 4: Introduction to the maidenswill not take place, but there will be outer appearances of Jannatof men and women. When a person desires a outer The two types of women in Jannatappearance, he will immediately take the form of thatappearance [temporarily]." 16 10 Human woman The first type is the human woman of the world who will be re-created according to the beauty of Jannat. Allah ~ says, wI Lil w 0.J" o~ .Co -J lS..l ~ ~.~& 0 .0.• V1r s:.t..:z..jl , ,0LLlWu ul "We created them as a new creation. And we made them virgins, loving to their husbands, equal in age." 17 Allah will make old women into young women and non- virgins into virgins. No matter how their appearance was in this world, Allah ~ will make them all beautiful and good-looking in accordance to the beauty of Jannat. 18 What will a woman of this world receive in Jannat? Mufti Mahmud was asked that if men will receive hurs, what will women receive? He replied that the wives of the believers will stay with their own husbands. Women who never married in this world will be given a choice to get married with any (unmarried) man they wish. If they do not like any of them, a special man will be created for them (similar to the hurs) and Allah ~ will join both of them in marriage.19 Allamah Alus! also mentions in his tafs!r that a persons wife in this 17 (56:35-37) 18 (Safwatut Tafiisif 3/309 - Darul Qalam, Beirut) 19 (Fatawa MahmCtdiya 5/298)16 (Tirmidhi)
  11. 11. 22 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 23 THE MAIDENS OF JANNATworld will remain his wife in the hereafter. 20 The love women and we will never become sad. Glad tidings tobetween a Muslim husband and wife is a true love those men for whom we are and who are for us. ,,21because it will last forever. Allah will make the women of this world moreSuperiority of the human women over the hurs beautiful and attractive than the hurs. Wherever in this book the women of Jannat are mentioned, both th ~ hurs~ ~I y..i.l.ll•.l.....J JY-"J Y ~ : w.l124S ~I ~J ~I ~ ~!~ and the human women could be meant.~ 0J~I ~ ~I J~ ()A ~l y..i.l.ll•.l.....J J12~I J.i J~Iu-u:J1 ~.l~ -.9~~ -.9~~ J12 jIA: ~I JY-"J Y ~ AJJ¥I 2, Hilrs~ ~~I ~ 01~1 ~ J:!~l ~.l~ -.9J~I ~~-.9 ~I-.9wy.l ~ wl.l.lWI ~ ~ yAl.llI ~~ J.l.ll ~jA4--a u-bJ1 What is a hur?~ . -.9 ~ 1.lJ U""""- , •._1.:.: ~ wL.Ui.JI ~" _ -.9 L..i ~ (j.JJ, wW:-WI· ~ , The second type of women will be those celestial women~.J ~I JG- 0lS -.9Jj ill ()Al ~~ l:J ~ ~ )Ij wy...al)~p ~ 0! uL,,;L w..llw) c}) .6,311) (418/10 ~) ~.~ pi j c} ~1y.hJ 013.J.Jil1 specially created for the people of Jannat known as the hur ayn. A hur is a young, beautiful, fair-skinnedUmme Salamah narrates that she said to woman with intensely dark eyes. Another interpretation is that there will be a sharp contrast between theRasulull:lh "0 RaSlllullah, are the women of this whiteness and darkness of her eyes which is consideredworld superior or the hurs?" He replied, "The women of to very beautiful. Or it could also mean that her beautythis world will have superiority over the hurs just as the will dumbfound and astonish others. The meaning ofouter lining of a garment has superiority over the inner ayn is a woman with big, attractive eyes, which is alsolining." Umme Salamah then asked, "0 RasUlullah, considered a sign of beauty. 22what is the reason for this?" He answered, "Becausethey performed salah, fasted, and worshipped [Allah]. What will the hurs be made of?Allah will put light on their faces and silk on their The following is a narration of two Sahabahbodies. [The human women] will be fair in complexion (Companions of the Prophet),and will wear green clothing and yellow jewelry. Their 6: W -.9 ~~ ~ LS-.9jA l~ -.9 01~j.I1 ()A ~I J~l ~incense-burners will be made of pearls and their combs : rl-.9J~1 LS.ll::.).lkl~ -.9~ ~I W -.9 ~u ~ -.9 u-JI -.9 (j.JJ~will be of gold. They will say, We are the women who (274will stay forever and we will never die. We are the It is narrated from Ibn Abbas Anas Abu Salamahwomen who will always remain in comfort and we will and Mujahid that the hurs will be created fromnever undergo difficulty. We are the women who will saffron. Saffron is an orange-coloured product extractedstay and we will never leave. Listen, we are happy from a flower and it is used to add colour and flavour to 2 (Tab ranI)20 (RClhul Man125/ 136 - Dar Ihya At-Tawrath AI-Arabi, Beirut) n (Hadiyul Arwah 259 - Daru! Kutubu! Araby, Beirut)~~~~~~~~~~==~====~~=======~~~~~===--~-.
  12. 12. 24 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 25 THE MAIDENS OF JANNATfood. When the present creation of mankind (which is Chapter 5: A description of thecreated from sand) has the best of forms and beauty,then you can imagine the beauty of women created from adornments and external features of thesaffron! 23 maidens of JannatThere will be no jealousy between co-wives Internal and external purity of the maidens of JannatAnother interpretation of the verse "equal in age" is that Allah ~ says,the women of Jannat will all be equal in age, which will lH.llL. ~ -J;;~ (!l-Jjl ~ ~ J ~ensure that they get along with one another and make the "And they will have pure wives in Jannat and they willbelievers life peaceful. 24 It is normally the case in this stay there forever. ,,26 Qatadah mentions that theseworld that co-wives have quarrels and arguments which women will be pure from all external impurities such asmake the husbands life miserable. However, in Jannat menstruation, urine, excreta, and saliva. They will alsothere will not be any jealousy, malice, or hatred between be free from all evil internal qualities such as malice,the people. A hadith in Sahih Bukhilri and Sahih Muslim hypocrisy, swearing, evil character, etc. Thus, they willmentions that the hearts of the people of Jannat will be not have within them the smallest amount ofone and there will not be any difference between them. disobedience to their husbands. 27Allah ~ also says in this regard, The lovely skin colour of the women of Jannat ~ ()A ~ JJ..l..a .) La ts. j.i -J"And we will take out all [mutual] hatred from their Allah ~ says,hearts. ,,25 6~1 JF- -J )3).UIJti..1S ~This will ensure that all of a persons wives will get "And they will have fair females with big, lovely eyesalong and will never become jealous of one other. who will be like hidden pearls. ,,28 The women of Jannat will be like fresh pearls because of their cleanliness and fair skin colour. Allah ~ states in another verse, 6~~~1S "[These women will be delicate and pure as if! they were preserved eggs. ,,29 26 (2:25)23 (Hadiyul Arwah) 27 (Hadiyu1 Arwah pg. 257) 28 (56:22)24 (RCihul Mani 13/220) 29 (37:49)25 (7:43)
  13. 13. 26 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 27 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA TAllamah Alusi explains that the verse refers to those -1# LAJ 4J.llI0A» ~i-J~ ~J ~-J~J~LAeggs which human hands have not yet touched, so they (2796) l,?JL;..,J1 ol.)Jare clean from any dirt or dust. In the same way, the Anas narrates that RasUlullah ~ said, "One morninghurs will be clean and free of all impurities. The or evening in the path of Allah is better than the worldcomparison between the hurs and eggs is also made and all it contains. A hand-span or a whips length ofbecause of the yellow-whitish colour of both, which is Jannat is better that the world and all it contains. If oneknown to be the most beautiful skin-colour for women. woman of Jannat were to glance towards the earth, sheAnother explanation for this comparison is that the parts would fill the space between the earth and the sky withof an egg are known for being perfectly proportioned light and perfume. The scarf on her head is better thanand conforming to one another. In the same way, all the the world and all it contains. ,,33body parts and features of the hurs will go perfectlytogether. 30 If just a smal~ part of Jannat is better than the world and all it contains, then how will the rest of Jannat and all itsAllah ~ says, pleasures be? Also, if just the scarf on the head of one 64-~1 J w~~1 ~LS woman of Jannat is better than the world and all it"[In beauty] these women are like rubies and small contains, then how valuable is the woman herself?pearls. ,,31 61 -Jl : J~ ~ ~I JJ"-"-J~ : Jt:! ~ f:!~ 6: jA~ 6: ~ lPThe comparison between the hurs and rubies is in ~jlI J ~ ~:u ~-JlI1 w~ ciy.;, ~I ~j s:-t......J 5jAl 0Atransparency. A person can see through a ruby and knowwhat is on the other side. In the same way, a person will ill I 4...=.Jl,?J~ Jl§ .) )j,JI.) I?I ~ ol.)J - ~I J ~I s:-~ yJl) w~tWl ~ l.J-u= o..lli....,J ( 533/ 4 : ~be able to see through the hurs because of the cleanlinessand delicate nature of their skin and body. Allah ~ has Said bin Amir says that he heard Rasulullah ~also compared the hurs to small pearls because of their saying, "If a woman from Jannat were to look towards the world, she would fill the earth with the smell ofsoftness, whiteness, and pleasant sight.32 musk and [her beauty] would overpower the light of theThe perfume and radiance of the women of J annat sun and moon. ,,340A0A » » oJ~ JI ~I ~ <l.bJ"-" ~ ~ uA ~J) ~-JA Jl : Jt:! ~ ~I JJ"-"-J 61 ~~i (.Y~ ~.ll J 1# ~ u-J1lP LAJ 4J.llI 0A IJ.; 61 -Jl : Jili LA-J:! W ~-JlI1 4J ws:-L.:::llI 4.l ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~I.F- J ~4: US : Jt:! ~ (.YLp 6:1 lP ~lA...JI 0A 6,:z.l1-J~I ~-JlI1 u-ll ~Iw~L.:::llI ~I ~I 0A 51jAI 61 -Jl J 1# LAJ 4J.llI J ~Lu•..4.:0.-:1". .IG ~ ~ ~.iJ ~ ~ WI,~~ Jt:! ~ W.llI U" lI ~ h. .... ~.ll~~ . ~ ~i .) 4i..l.l1 l.J.:lI o.)J- o~-J:lj J oj.lj.l J .d"j~4 J ~w J.u~ J ~ .. (998 : ~) ~ lY~ J o..lli....,J ill! 4...=.J ~4-0..l.l Jl§30 (Ruhul Mfmi 22/89)31 (55:58) 33 (Sahih Bukhiiri)32 (Safwat At-Tafasir 3/301) 34 (Tabrfmi, Bazzar)
  14. 14. 29 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T28 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT Jannat] ") She will be wearing 70 [different types of]Ibn Abbas narrates that we were sitting with Ka b garments, and the lowest garment will be red and madeone day and he said, "If the hand of one hur were to from a tree in Jannat. He will be able to see the marrowdangle from the sky, the whiteness and the rings of the of her leg through the clothes. She will be wearinghand would illuminate the earth just as the sun gives crowns and the smallest pearl on these crowns will lightlight to the world. What I said was just regarding her up the space between the east and west" 36hand, so how beautiful will her white face be when it isadorned with a crown, ruby, pearl and emerald? ,,35 ~ JA ~L...ju.a ~iJA Ua.l.bl .;.I: ~ illl JY-"-J J~ :J~ ~ ~l (.P lA J ~..l.ll u.a ~ ~i-J ~ ~U J :U~ lA .::.~ u::=jJl .)1The beauty of the crowns / 4: ~yJ) ~ o.lI..h.,J.& ,-?-Jil.J JIj.J ~y.bJ 01.J..)- ~ <I...o..:>..-J..) ~ ~jl ul : ~o ill JY-"-J J~ :J~ ~ cS-J.uJl~ u-: (.P (418/ 10: ~) ~ o.lI..h.,J~~ JIj.J (532~JA 4t.J ~ J-M ul ~ ~ ~ ~J-J ~. J .u...~ ~I Anas narrates that Rasulullah ~ said, "If one womanlA ~~ ~ .J.l.J.l ~..I u1 J ~TyJI u.a ~f ~.ii. ~ ~J ~ from Jannat were to glance towards the earth, she would u.a 1+lL...: ~l..::.u J 4:!-~.l~ ~ ~ ~.j...JJ J~l U:!-: fill the entire atmosphere with perfume. The crown onu.a uw..i.l ~ ~ U.l l:Ji u~ ~ u~ J .l:!jA.l u.a u J~ <li1 her head is better than the world and all it contains." 37~ u J .illj ~l-JJ u.a ~t.....~ i..S~ ~ o~ ~ A~:~ ~.jbol_u - ~.j...JI .J ~l U:!-: lA ~~ ~ .J.l.J.l u-i.li u1 J u~ A person in J annat will see through the clothes of his wife).l- 245/9 : uL...:...)fI) .& 4..A.:>...) uL.p. 0! ~ .J ~ .Y.! .J .l..=o.!o.lU ub.:iJ) ~ o.lI..h.,JI.&<I...o..:>..-J ~yJ JIj.J (w.J..J:H~ y:;sJI ~ ~l ~J:i ~JAj JJI ul : J~ ~ ~l (.P ~ ~~..Jkl u-:I (.PW.l.::.. .ll..h.,) ~I JIj .J (w.J..J:Hfl).l - 543 / 10: ~ J ~lA...Jl ~ ySfi ~ ~I ~. I.$. -J.l ~ ~ J -J-¥ll ~ .;Ail- ~-J~ (419 /10: ~) ~ ~ J ~I ~-JJ u.a ~Y-" ~ cS~ u~ U~Jj ~ 1SJA JSJAbu Said Khudri narrates that Rasulullah said, "A , (3254) ,-?..)L:;..,J / ~ 0ll.. - ~jcl ~ ~ lA J ~l u.a ~IJ-Jperson will recline and relax in Jannat for 70 years, or (7147) ~on 70 cushions before he moves. Then a woman will Abu Hurayrah narrates that Rasulullah said, "Thecome and tap him on the shoulder. He will see his face first group to enter Jannat will have the appearance ofin her cheek as clear as a mirror. (This will be due to the the full moon on the fourteenth night of the month. Theclearness of her face and its brightness). The smallest next group will have the appearance of the brightest starpearl that she will be wearing will fill the space between in the sky. Every person from amongst them will havethe east and west with light. She will greet him with two wives and the· marrow of their leg can be seenSalam and he will respond to her greeting. He will ask through their skin [out of beauty]. There will be noher, Who are you? She will answer, I am from the unmarried person in Jannat. ,,38extra. (This is referring to a verse of the Quran whichsays, "And we have more by Us [for the people of .16(Ahmad, AM YaJa) 37 (Tabrani) .18(5ahih Bukhari, 5ahih Muslim) I35 (Ibn AbiDunya) I II IL
  15. 15. 30 THE MAIDENS OF JANNAT 31 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T CJ.4U~Jj ~ ..b.IJJS.l : Jt.e ~ o+ill :..P~ ..I~ ~l ~ I ¥ lP Chapter 6: The beauty of the maidens 3 ~I~I ~1U CJ.4~I~.t .~. I ~4-j.l1 ~ u~ ~~ ..013)~ ~ cS";; tb: ~~I ~Jj J.S~ W~.j .)~I yly1l1 cS";; ~I of Jannat yss ly,J :u,.J1 ~) L~.b~·~ i.?.JL i.l,.& ~.) ,,~I J~ oj.iu,j .& ~.) i.?.)ii..J J~ 3 (u3~ ~.Si.ll ~ ~j-o - 117 : The permanent youth and beauty of aU the ~ -: J~ 3 .. 1 (529/4 ... :11) : -;-J;!C.J" ~. oj .iu,L, ~ ~- .. Ii 03.) 3 ~ " 1 inhabitants of Jannat : ~) ~ j~ ly,1 j.iu,) 3 .h.u,JJ1 ~ ~1~1 03.).& <1..=..) ~ u1 ..It..l.4 ,?..ILi:! : Jt.elti1 All I JY-".J ul 5..;;y, -.r.1 J ~.r, I :..p (411/10 ul ~ u! J .l.:I·I~~ ~ l~ ul ~ u! J 1.l.:1 ~ ~ I~ ul Abdullah Ibn Masud narrates that Rasululah said, 03,) - ~.u..ll 1.l.:11Y-"L.u ~ I~ ul ~ u1 J 1.l.:1 .JA~ ~ l~ "Every person of Jannat will have two wives from the (7156) rL-ohurs. Every wife will have 70 layers of clothes, and the Abu Said and Abu Hurayrah narrate thatmarroW of her leg can be seen through these clothes justas a red drink can be seen in a white glass." 39 RasUlullah said, "[When the people will enter Jannat],Outwardly, a person may consider it repulsive and a caller will announce, Definitely, for you is life; youdisgusting to see the marrow of the leg of the women of will never die. For you is good health; you will neverJannat. However, one narration clarifies this matter and become sick. For you is youth; you will never grow old.mentions that he will be able to see through her leg For you is luxury and comfort, you will neverbecause of her beauty; not because of some defect in experience difficulty. ,,43her. The purpose of mentioning this is to emphasize thesoftness of the skin, clearness, and the delicateness of Both the men and women of Jannat will remain youngthe women of Jannat.40 Another benefit of being able to forever.see through her clothes is that he will be able to enjoy / J ..4y, J J l.bl.... ~.JA:J ..b.1 CJ.4LA: Jt.e ~ ~I JY-".J ul ~ ..I1Jl.J1 :..plooking at her beautiful clothes and what is underneath at ~I CJ.4 uLS uJ t1..., 6:¢tj J ~~ ~I ~ Jl clj ~ ~ ,-,""L.U W1the same time. i.?.)ii..J J~ - y-9:!1 ~ J u....-9:! &.J~ J (..II ~ ~ 6LS ~lThe large breasts of the maidens of Jannat ~I J~ 3 (501/ 4 : ~jiJ) ~ oj.iu,~ ~I 03.).&1~.)Allah ~ states, 4jil Y"I-p J 3 (334 110 : ~1) ~ whl 0:!j.iu,~ ~1~1 03,).& ~.)"And the people of Jannat will have full-breasted women -..jG..:;))~ j.iu,4 ~3 ~ y, 03,) .&1 <L=...) i.?~~1 J~who will be equal in age. ,,41 (u::>y.) ~)1 ~- 520 110: ;;~ ;;y.:JThe breasts of these women will be round like Miqdad narrates that Rasulullah said, "Everypomegranates and they will never sag down because person who dies as a result of miscarriage or of old agethese women will never become 01d.42 or of middle age will be resurrected at the age of 33. If he/she is from the people of Jannat, then he/she will39 (Tabrani) have the form of Adam ~, the appearance of Yusuf ~, and the heart of Ayyub ,,4440 (Mirqat 9/576 - AI-Maktabat AI-Haqqaniyat, MuItan)41 (78:33) 43 (Sahih Muslim)42 (Hadiyul Arwah 267) 44 (Abu YaIa, BayhaqI)
  16. 16. 32 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T 33 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA TThe people of Jannat will never grow old and will Ibn Abi Dunya relates that Yazid Ar-Raqashi said,remain permanently at the age of 33. The wisdom "I have heard that a light will shine in Jannat, and everybehind this age is that a person is at the height of his part of Jannat will start shining because of this light.physical strength and his body parts are fully developed. Someone will ask, Where did this light come from? ItTherefore, he/she can experience maximum pleasurefrom the bounties of Jannat. will be said to him, One hur smiled at her husband. The narrator Salih says," A man from the cJrner of Jj u u-l!~..b.ll fi~ JI~4 4: Jj ~ ill J~-J u ~ ~I LP the gathering started screaming and continued to scream (41 I) ~ 0 j.J ~ ~I p.1 ~ ~ y. Ij! -J u.-...-J:H wi Ij~ until he died. ,,48Anas narrates that Rasulull:lh said, "I came to The beautiful faces of the women of JannatYusuf ~ and he was given half of all beauty. ,,45 Allah ~ says,By combining these two hadith, we can conclude that u4~ ~-J ~ ./1 ~ ~ u~ ~.JP.~ "In these gardens there will be women with goodeach man and woman of Jannat will have the beauty of character and beautiful faces. Then which of the bountieshalf the people of this world. This will be the minimum of your Lord will you both [man and Jinn] deny?"49beauty of the people of Jannat, as they will always beincreasing in beauty. A human being has his own understanding of beauty which is confined to his limited and deficient knowledge.Ata Salami said to Malik bin Dinar "Definitely, Allah ~ - in his infinite knowledge and wisdom - hasthere is a particular hur in Jannat upon whose beauty the described these women as beautiful, so we can imaginepeople of Jannat boast and brag. If Allah ~ had not how beautiful these women must be!allowed death for the people of Jannat, they would diebecause of her beauty. "46 /Hakim met another person and asked him, "Do youhave any desire for the hurs?" He said, "No." Hakimthen told him, "Desire them, because the light on theirfaces is from the light of Allah." The man fellunconscious and was taken to his home. The narrator ofthe incident adds· that we visited to this person for onemonth after this incident [to console him during hissickness] .4745 (Sahih Muslim)46 (Hactiyul Arwith pg. 277) 4R (Hfldiyul Arwith pg. 277)47 (Hitdiyul Arwith pg. 277 49 (55 :70) --
  17. 17. 35 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T34 THE MAIDENS OF JANNA T Jl9 3 Lw..l.ll . U:I3 .. f..?! -? io ? 3~ ::101 _ .l.J1j , LA ~, t~ •. ~ LJ - ~ _ Chapter 7: A continuous increase in the ~ -?ioyJl) ~~I I~ l.J-o:lj wy.,! :l -:-l:!y:. ilJI <L=..~ -?ioyJl 011~~ u4=:- i.J-!1 ~ 3 ( 4..S... ~I 4..,GS.JL 686/4: pL:;, .l..o.::>.1 beauty of J annat4 JS4-i.ji~ J~ ~I ~ 01:JJ ~I J~J 0 ~ ~ tp:114- J u.......:.. 0J.l.l~ ~~. J ~~J ~ ~ Ii J~l ~:u ~ f..?! Y, ~)I <-,ii.5. .l!C ilJI <L=..~ -?~ii.JI Jl9 3 (264/ i.J-!113~ ~ 3 Gii j..i.u,;il:;3~ ~ 3 ~~ 0 Y, 3 ilJl .l!C ~ 3 ~ 4...a..u,1~lj3~1 3 ~ ~ ~ <-,ii.5. j~j i.J-! 9: u~:ll) ~ ~1j3:!1 l.JC 4i..l.l1~IJ ~~I ~ J.# :114- J u.......:.. lJ.ll.ljl ~ J ~l ~! 0~~ <-,ii.5. Y, ~)I .l!C -;-J:jSj1 ~ Jl9 ~ 0yP 3 ~ y..l "-! r~ ~ ~J u.......:.. u.lly ~.l.ljl .Ill ~J ~ J 0~.# :114- J u.......:.. ~.l.lj .Ill ~G.yl 3.l..o.::>.1 3 -?~~ ~ 4li3 ~WI Jl9 3 ~j ~ ~Ij;:ll (7146) ~ 013~ - :114- (541/ 4: ,-=-,*yJI)Anas narrates that Rasulullah said, "Definitely, the Abu Hurayrah .said to Said ibn Musayyab, "I askinhabitants of Jannat will visit a market every Friday. A Allah that he joins me and you in the market of Jannat. .northerly wind will blow and it will spread [goodness] . They will be enjoying themselves in Allahs company when suddenly a cloud will come over them and rainupon their faces and clothes, causing them to increase in upon them a perfume which they will have never smeltbeauty. They will then return to their wives after having before. Then our Lord will say to them, I Rise to thebecome more beautiful than they were before. Their honour which I have prepared for you and take whateverwives will say to them, We swear by Allah, you have you desire. I They will find a market surrounded bydefinitely increased in beauty. They will also say to angels. In this marketplace, there will be what no eyetheir wives, We swear by Allah, you have also has seen, no ear has heard, and no heart has imagined.increased in beauty _,50 They will take whatever they desire without any buying~ ,j~.:: ~ ~ J 0 ~ JL...I ~ u.: ~ JJ ~ ~.. HJA 41 0 or selling. The people of Jannat will meet each other in~ ~lj ~ ~ ~ JJ : JJ 01 ~! ~..uJ1 .fi~ ~I J~ this market. A person with a good appearance will come~ JJ ~ ~J ~ 4.1 J~ ~ ~ ~ ~~u ~~ 6A A..:b.... b,fore one who is less beautiful than him - no one will~ LA J~ ~Ifll 6A r-SJ ~.l$. LA~! -.9A~ ~ J :F-~J J~ have a bad appearance. The second person will like the~ J~ ~! 0~ J:;.iJ~ LA ~ ~~l ~ uL.. ~ J~ 0J~ JJ clothes and appearance of the first person, and beforeJ tl+.! ~ ~ LA W~ JJ ,,:,~I ~ ~ ~ J 01S~1 ~ they finish speaking, his appearance will become better~yl J:¥ JJ ~ ~ ~l Jkl~ J~I .aj ~ J (.S~ :11 than the first person This is because it is not appropriate(.S~ LA ~J~~.l ~ LA J <liJ..l . 6A ~ Y ~yJI ~j..WI Jj for anyone to be unhappy in Jannat. Then we will return~ ~ _ ~~ , t~.~. - _ .u...l.:o. .p. ~~~ . W ~ •• 1 J(,j", (JA ~_ ;j LJ.1I to our houses and our wives will receive us saying,WJ..i..a (f, u y.a..u f-l JJ t. LJ~ LJ i ~ ":11 4..JJ.aj J <li.4 II ..• ~ ..l.:o. ,Q ,.- Welcome. Definitely, you have come to us adorned~l J J~ 6A ~ 0 J d-:- .Ill ~I J Lp..JA u.I¥ ~IJjlul-a~,:Q with more beauty and perfume than before. The dwellerJ ~ J Y J" t_ L.:lJ III ?~ u...Jbu . J..r::- ,J ..11 , .-a.Q ~ _ ~ J IJ w u-- t. __" of Jannat will say, Today we were in the company of our Lord, so it is rightful that we return in such a [good] condition. ,,,5150 (Sahih Muslim) 51 (Tirmidhi, Ibn Abi Dunyft)

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