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Jami' At-Tirmidhi

Book: Chapters on Description of Paradise (38)    أبواب صفة الجنة

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Chapter No: 1

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: “Indeed, there is such a tree in Paradise, under whose shade a rider will be able to ride for a hundred years."


Narrated from Abu Saeed Al-Khudri (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said: There is such a tree in Paradise, under whose shade a rider will be able to ride for a hundred years without reaching an end. that is the 'zillulmamdud' (the spreading shade).


Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"There is not a tree in Paradise except whose trunk is that of gold."

Chapter No: 2

Abu Hurairah (RA) said: "We asked: 'O Apostle of Allah! ﷺWhat is wrong with us that when we are with you our hearts are softened and we are unattached with the desire for this world, and we are among the people of the Hereafter. But when we leave you and we are endeared with our families and our children, we do not recognize ourselves?' So, Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: 'If you were to be in that condition when you depart from me, the angels would have surely visited you in your houses. And if you did not sin, Allah would surely raise anew creation that they might sin, so that then He may forgive them.'" He (Abu Hurairah) said: "I asked: 'O Apostle of Allah! ﷺFrom what was the creation created?' He said: 'From water.' We said: 'Paradise, what is it constructed of?' He said, A brick of silver and a brick of gold and its mortar is musk, strong in scent, and its pebbles are pearls and rubies, and its soil is saffron. He who enters it will be well blessed, not sad. He will live forever, never to die, there dresses will never wear out and their youth will never end.' Then he said: There are three whose supplication is never rejected: A just Imam, One who while he completes his fast, and one who is wronged whose supplication is carried up above the clouds and the gates of paradise are opened for it and the Lord, blessed and exalted, says, ‘By My Might and Honor, I will help you surely though after a while.'"

Chapter No: 3

Narrated from Ali (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"Indeed in Paradise there are chambers whose outside can be seen from their inside and their inside can be seen from their outside." A Bedouin stood and asked: "For whom are they, O Prophet of Allah ﷺ?" he said: "For those who utter good words, feed others, fast regularly, and offer Salah for sake of Allah during the night while the people sleep."


Abu Bakr bin Abdullah bin Qais narrated from his father that the Prophet ﷺ said:"Indeed, there are two gardens in the Paradise, whose vessels and whatever else they contain are made of silver. And, there are two gardens, whose vessels and whatever else they contain is made of gold. There is nothing hindering the people from seeing their Lord except the mantle of Greatness upon his Face in the Garden of Eternity."

Chapter No: 4

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"There are a hundred ranks in Paradise, between every two ranks there is a distance of a hundred years."


Narrated from Muadh bin Jabal (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺsaid:"Whoever keeps fasts of Ramadan, offers the Salah, performs Hajj to the House" - I do not know whether he mentioned Zakat or not - "except that it is binding on Allah that He forgive him, whether he emigrated in the cause of Allah, or remained in his land in which he was born." Muadh asked: "Should I not inform the people of this?" Allah’s Apostle ﷺsaid, "Let alone people that they may perform deeds, for, there are in Paradise a Hundred ranks and between every two ranks is as the distance between the heaven and earth. Al-Firdaus is the highest paradise, and it is in the middle of it. On top of it is the Throne of the Compassionate, and the rivers of Paradise spring from it. So, when you ask Allah, ask Him for Al-Firdaus."


Narrated from Ubadah bin As-Samit (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"There are a hundred ranks in Paradise. Between every two ranks is like the distance between heaven and earth. Al-Firdaus is the highest rank and from it emerge the four rivers of Paradise. Above it is the throne. So, when you ask Allah, ask for the Al-Firdaus."


Narrated from Abu Saeed (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said:"Indeed there are a hundred ranks in Paradise, if all of the People of Paradise were to be gathered in one of them, it would have sufficed them."

Chapter No: 5

Narrated from Abdullah bin Mas'ud (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said:"Indeed, the whiteness of the leg of a woman of Paradise will be visible behind seventy robes so much so that her marrow will be visible. This is because Allah the Exalted says: As though they were rubies and corals. (55:58) As for a ruby, it is a stone that if you were to enter a wire through it, then you polished its cloudiness away, you would surely be able to see it through it."


Another chain from 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud, similar in meaning, and he did not report it in Marfu' form. And this is more correct than the narration of 'Abidah bin Humaid (a narrator in no.2533), and it has been reported like this by Jarir and more than one from 'Ata' bin As-Sa'ib, and they did not mention it in Marfu' form.[Qutaibah repoted to us (he said): "Jarir reported to us, from 'Ata' bin As-Sa'ib and it is similar to the narration of Abu Al-Ahwas. The companions of 'Ata' did not narrate it in Marfu' form, and this is more correct.


Narrated from Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said:"Indeed the first batch to enter Paradise will appear like the moon of a night that is full. The second will appear like the color of the most beautiful (brightest) star in the sky. Each man among them shall have two wives, each wife will be wearing seventy bracelets, and the marrow of their shins will be visible through them."

Chapter No: 6

Narrated from Anas (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said:"In paradise the believer shall be given such and such power for sexual intercourse" it was asked: "O Apostle of Allah! ﷺAnd will he be able to endure that?" He said: "He will be given the power of a hundred."

Chapter No: 7

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"The first batch to enter Paradise will appear like the moon of a night that it is full, they do not spit, nor do their noses run, nor do they defecate. Their vessels there will be of gold and their bracelets will be of gold and silver. Their braziers will be kindled with aloes. Their sweat will be musk. Every one of them will have two wives, so beautiful that the marrow of their shins can be seen through the flesh. They will not differ with each other, and their hearts will harbor no hatred, their hearts like one man’s heart. They will glorify Allah, morning, and evening.”


Dawud bin Amir bin Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas narrated from his father, from his grandfather that the Prophet ﷺ said:"If as little as what can be placed on a fingernail of what is in Paradise were to become apparent, then everything up to the edges of heaven and earth will be illuminated. And if a man among the people of Paradise was to peep at the world and his bracelets were revealed, it would have outshined the light of the sun, as the sun outshines the light of the stars."

Chapter No: 8

Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said:"The inhabitants of Paradise will be without body hair, Murd, with Kuhl (on their eyelids), Their youth does not pass away and their garments do not wear off."


Narrated from Abu Saeed (RA) concerning His (Allah's) statement (and couches upraised) (56:34) that the couches will be so much upraised as the space between heaven and earth which is the distance of five hundred years.

Chapter No: 9

Asma bint Abi Bakr (RA) said:" I heard Allah’s Apostle ﷺ while mentioning the Lote-Tree of the Utmost Boundary, saying: 'A rider will ride in the shade of its branches for a hundred years.” Or he said, “A hundred riders will take to its shade and ride. Yahya was in doubt. “Its leaves will he of gold, and its fruit like earthenware jars."

Chapter No: 10

Narrated from Anas bin Malik (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ was asked:"What is Al-Kawthar?" He said: "That is a river that Allah has granted me"- meaning, in Paradise. It is whiter than milk and sweeter than honey. There are birds over it whose necks are like necks of camels." Umar (RA) said: "Indeed this is plump and luxurious then." So, Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said, "Those who will drink it will be more plumb than it."

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