How jannah is described in Quran E Hakeem?


How jannah is described in Quran E Hakeem?

We all want to enter in Jannah. We know that it is a best place and if we will not be able to enter in Jannah then the opposite of jannah is hell which is the worst place. We all have wish to spend our forever life in Jannah. Because of our curious nature we all want to know that how jannah looks like. Allah knows that how it looks like. In Quran He has told that how Jannah looks like. From this description we can have an idea that how it looks like.


• There will be pleasure of Allah Almighty

The most important reward which will be given is to receive the pleasure and mercy of Allah Almighty. The people who have believe on Allah Almighty and live their lives according to His will.

In Quran E Hakeem Allah has said that:-

Say: Shall I give you glad tidings of things far better than those? For the righteous are Gardens in nearness to their Lord... and the good pleasure of Allah. For in Allah's sight are (all) His servants"

Then at another place Allah Almighty says that:-

“This is a day in which the truthful will profit from their truth. Theirs are gardens, with rivers flowing beneath - their eternal Home. Allah is well-pleased with them, and they with Allah. That is the great salvation"

• Peace will be there

In Jannah there will be peace. The angels will say the greetings with the word “peace”. The people who will be in Jannah will have no feelings of hatred, upset and anger. Only the positive feelings will be there in the heart of the people.

In Quran E Hakeem it is said that:-











“And We shall have removed from their hearts any hard feeling, rivers flowing from beneath them. They will say, ‘Praise to Allah for having guided us to this. We would have never found our way if we were not guided by Allah. Indeed, our Messengers brought the truth.' And (a voice) will call out to them, ‘This is the Paradise that you have been allowed to inherit68 by virtue of what you were doing.”

At another place it said that:-





“They shall hear no idle talk therein nor commission of sin. But for the saying, ‘Peace, Peace.”

• Gardens will be there

In Jannah the beautiful gardens will be there. Basically jannah itself is a beautiful garden. It has greenery and flowing water.

In Quran E Hakeem it is said that:-










“Give glad tidings to those who believe and do righteous deeds that for them are gardens underneath which rivers flow. Whensoever they shall be served there with a fruit to eat, they shall say, ‘We (seem to) have been served this before,’ and they shall be (in fact) served with the like of it. And for them shall be spouses purified64 abiding therein forever.”


• Food and drinks of Jannah

In Quran E Hakeem about food and drinks of jannah is told.

In Surah E Baqrah it is said that:-

“Every time they are fed with fruits there from, they say: 'Why, this is what we were fed before,' for they are given things in similitude.”

In Surah E Mohammad it is said that:-

“Rivers of water incorruptible; rivers of milk of which the taste never changes.”


• Family and companions will be there

In Jannah families will be reunited. Quran E Hakeem has said about this in this way that:-

In Jannah families will be reunited.












“Therefore, their Lord answered them that, 'I do not waste the labors of any laborer from amongst you, male or female - some of you are from others. Therefore, those who emigrated, were expelled from their lands, were made to suffer in My way, and fought and were slain, I shall surely acquit them of their evil deeds314 and admit them into gardens underneath which rivers flow: a reward from Allah; and with Allah is the fairest of reward.”


• They will sit on the thrones of dignity

In Quran E Hakeem it is said that:-

In Quran E Hakeem it is said



“Reclining upon lined couches, and We shall espouse them10 to wide-eyed Houris”.


So these are some points which are described in Quran E Pak about jannah. May Allah make us able to do more deeds. May Allah make our destination “jannah” otherwise we will be destroyed. (Amen)