Al-Qur'an Surah Sad Verse 50
Sad : 50 ~ English Qur'an Word By Word and Multi Tafseer
جَنّٰتِ عَدْنٍ مُّفَتَّحَةً لَّهُمُ الْاَبْوَابُۚ (ص : ٣٨)
- (of) Eternity
- (will be) opened
- for them
- the gates
Jannaati 'adnim mufat tahatal lahumul abwaab(QS. Ṣād:50)
English / Sahih Translation:
Gardens of perpetual residence, whose doors will be opened to them. (QS. Sad, ayah 50)
- everlasting gardens, with (their) doors opened for them.
the Gardens of Eternity, whose gates will be open for them.
Gardens of Eternity, with gates wide open for them.
Gardens of Eden, whereof the gates are open to them,
Gardens of lasting bliss with gates wide open.
Gardens Everlasting, whereof the portals remain opened for them.
Gardens of Eternity, whose doors will (ever) be open to them;
-- everlasting Gardens with gates wide open for them
Gardens of Eden with gates open wide to them,
Everlasting Gardens – all its gates are open for them.
the Gardens of Eden, whose gates will be flung open for them.
Gardens of perpetual bliss whose gates are wide-open to them,
Gardens of Eternity with their gates thrown open to receive them.
Treed gardens/paradises (as) eternal residences, the doors/entrances (are) opened for them.
Everlasting Gardens - all its gates are open for them.
The Gardens of Eternity, whose doors are opened for them.
'Adn (Edn) Paradise (everlasting Gardens), whose doors will be open for them, [It is said (in Tafsir At-Tabari, Part 23, Page 174) that one can speak to the doors, just one tells it to open and close, and it will open or close as it is ordered].
This is a reminder and surely there is an excellent resort for the dutiful:
The gardens of perpetuity, the doors are opened for them.
Gardens of Eden, whereof the gates are opened for them,
They will enter gardens of Eden with their gates open for them.
the Gardens of Eden whose gates shall be open to them,
`Adn Paradise, whose doors will be opened for them.
the Gardens of eternity with gates thrown wide open to them.
The Gardens of Eden, with their doors wide-open for them.
Gardens of Eden (jannti `Adnin is either a substitution for, or an explicative supplement to, husna ma'bin, `a fair return') whose gates are [flung] open for them;
meaning, eternal gardens (of Paradise),
مُّفَتَّحَةً لَّهُمُ الاَْبْوَابُ
whose doors will be opened for them.
means, when they come to them (these gardens), their gates will open for them