Translation of Surah An-Naazi'aat in English

Surah An-Naazi'aat

Surah An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات), known as "Those Who Pull Out" in English, holds a special place as the Meccan (Makki) Surah of the Quran. Found in 30 Para / Chapter, this Surah, like others, conveys profound spiritual and moral teachings. It serves as a guiding light for believers, offering insights and wisdom in its verses. Translated into English for wider understanding, Surah An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات) is a testament to the Quran's timeless relevance and guidance.

Para / Chapter 30
Surah Name An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات)
Meaning Those Who Pull Out
Classification Meccan (Makki)
Total Ayahs 46
Translation English
In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful.

﴾1﴿ By those who drag forth to destruction,
﴾2﴿ By the meteors rushing,
﴾3﴿ By the lone stars floating,
﴾4﴿ By the angels hastening,
﴾5﴿ And those who govern the event,
﴾6﴿ On the day when the first trump resoundeth.
﴾7﴿ And the second followeth it,
﴾8﴿ On that day hearts beat painfully
﴾9﴿ While eyes are downcast
﴾10﴿ (Now) they are saying: Shall we really be restored to our first state
﴾11﴿ Even after we are crumbled bones?
﴾12﴿ They say: Then that would be a vain proceeding.
﴾13﴿ Surely it will need but one shout,
﴾14﴿ And lo! they will be awakened.
﴾15﴿ Hath there come unto thee the history of Moses?
﴾16﴿ How his Lord called him in the holy vale of Tuwa,
﴾17﴿ (Saying:) Go thou unto Pharaoh - Lo! he hath rebelled -
﴾18﴿ And say (unto him): Hast thou (will) to grow (in grace)?
﴾19﴿ Then I will guide thee to thy Lord and thou shalt fear (Him).
﴾20﴿ And he showed him the tremendous token.
﴾21﴿ But he denied and disobeyed,
﴾22﴿ Then turned he away in haste,
﴾23﴿ Then gathered he and summoned
﴾24﴿ And proclaimed: "I (Pharaoh) am your Lord the Highest."
﴾25﴿ So Allah seized him (and made him) an example for the after (life) and for the former.
﴾26﴿ Lo! herein is indeed a lesson for him who feareth.
﴾27﴿ Are ye the harder to create, or is the heaven that He built?
﴾28﴿ He raised the height thereof and ordered it;
﴾29﴿ And He made dark the night thereof, and He brought forth the morn thereof.
﴾30﴿ And after that He spread the earth,
﴾31﴿ And produced therefrom the water thereof and the pasture thereof,
﴾32﴿ And He made fast the hills,
﴾33﴿ A provision for you and for your cattle.
﴾34﴿ But when the great disaster cometh,
﴾35﴿ The day when man will call to mind his (whole) endeavour,
﴾36﴿ And hell will stand forth visible to him who seeth,
﴾37﴿ Then, as for him who rebelled
﴾38﴿ And chose the life of the world,
﴾39﴿ Lo! hell will be his home.
﴾40﴿ But as for him who feared to stand before his Lord and restrained his soul from lust,
﴾41﴿ Lo! the Garden will be his home.
﴾42﴿ They ask thee of the Hour: when will it come to port?
﴾43﴿ Why (ask they)? What hast thou to tell thereof?
﴾44﴿ Unto thy Lord belongeth (knowledge of) the term thereof.
﴾45﴿ Thou art but a warner unto him who feareth it.
﴾46﴿ On the day when they behold it, it will be as if they had but tarried for an evening or the morn thereof.

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Surah An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات), often referred to as "Those Who Pull Out" in English, is a beacon of spiritual guidance. Positioned in the 30 Para / Chapter chapter of the Holy Quran, it exemplifies the deep-rooted wisdom and the divine message that the Quran carries. As a Meccan (Makki) Surah, it brings forth lessons from the era when it was revealed, resonating with timeless teachings and universal truths.

The significance of Surah An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات) is not just limited to its place in the Quran but also in the daily lives of the believers. It's often recited in prayers, sought for solace, and turned to for enlightenment. Its verses encapsulate a world of knowledge and moral directives, guiding believers on a righteous path.

With translations available in English and many other languages, its reach has expanded beyond the Arabic-speaking world, offering everyone a chance to understand and reflect upon its teachings. Every verse of Surah An-Naazi'aat (النَّازِعَات) invites contemplation, pushing for a deeper understanding of faith and the grand scheme of existence.

No matter how many times one delves into this Surah, there’s always a fresh perspective waiting to be discovered, a testament to the Quran's endless depth and its role as a perennial guide for humanity.