// Gardens beneath there in Flows Rivers? Means What?
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« on: Jun 19, 2010 12:07 AM »


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  Many of our sisters and brothers come across a sentence in Quran which comes in several places     i.e " Gardens beneath there in flows Rivers" (Quran : Ale Imran 3:15) ,(Ankaboot 29:58) ,(Araf 7:43) , (Al-baqara 2:25) etc . In arabic the senetence is.
                                          
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تَجْرِي مِنْ تَحْتِهَا الأَنْهَارُ .
Usually it is translated as above but when I learnt from my Sheikh i heard some interesting information about it.He said unfortunately our translator translated it literally the word  تَحْتِهَاُ as beneath but infact it has meaning in sense of depending on someone otherwise it doesn't make any sense that "the river flowing under garden."
   He explained it by example that first of All it should be understood that life in jannah and in the world are not same it almost has a black and white difference in many sense like , we eat here because of hunger but there in jannah we just eat for tasting no concept of digestion of Food and no tension of  Toilet there in Jannah.Here in this world when let say a farmer think to cultivate a land he first make preparation for water source if there is near by water then he can go for farming otherwise no cultivation so the farmer is dependent on water.If there will be water then his work will complete.That's what the problems of this world.
   But in case of Jannah the scenario totally changes there are no worries about anything no sorrow difficulties.There when a person will think of or wish in his mind to have a Garden ,with his thoughts the Garden will be present at his front ,now the water is wherever at any place no matter how much far ,it has to find his way and has to reach the Garden and feed it .A person will not think of Water first in his mind.The water will be dependent on trees and Garden.He will have no tension of possibility of water source.He will Just think of Garden and the water will be bound to reach there and water the Garden. That's what the sentence means.This sentence has broader meaning.

تَجْرِي مِنْ تَحْتِهَا الأَنْهَارُ ۔ القرآن: سورة آل عمران 15 ـ البقرة 25 ـ البينة 8
"Gardens beneath there in Flows Rivers"

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« Reply #1 on: Aug 04, 2011 09:26 PM »

mashallah gud post
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