This page contains all verses of surah Luqman in addition to Interpretation of all verses by Arberry (A. J. Arberry). In the first part you can read surah لقمان ordered in pages exactly as it is present in the Quran. To read an interpretation of a verse click on its number.
Surah Luqman is the 31st chapter of the Quran and consists of 34 verses. It is named after Luqman, a wise man mentioned in the chapter. The surah is classified as a Meccan surah, meaning it was revealed in the early years of Prophet Muhammad's prophethood in Mecca.
The surah is known for its profound wisdom and guidance, particularly in the advice given by Luqman to his son. It covers various aspects of faith, morality, and the importance of gratitude and patience. The chapter emphasizes the significance of recognizing and submitting to the oneness of Allah.
Surah Luqman also addresses the concept of wisdom and understanding, urging believers to reflect on the signs of Allah's creation and to seek knowledge and understanding. It encourages humility and mindfulness in one's conduct and interactions with others.
The surah highlights the transient nature of worldly life and the ultimate accountability in the Hereafter. It serves as a reminder of the importance of leading a righteous life and fulfilling one's obligations towards Allah and fellow human beings.
Overall, Surah Luqman offers timeless guidance and lessons for believers, emphasizing the values of faith, wisdom, gratitude, and moral conduct.
Surah Luqman سُورَةُ لُقۡمَانَ Page 411 (Verses from 1 to 11)
He created the heavens without pillars that you see and has cast into the earth firmly set mountains, lest it should shift with you, and dispersed therein from every creature. And We sent down rain from the sky and made grow therein [plants] of every noble kind.
Khalaqa alssamawati bighayri AAamadin tarawnaha waalqa fee alardi rawasiya an tameeda bikum wabaththa feeha min kulli dabbatin waanzalna mina alssamai maan faanbatna feeha min kulli zawjin kareemin
He created the heavens without pillars you can see, and He cast on the earth firm mountains, lest it shake with you, and He scattered abroad in it all manner of crawling thing. And We sent down out of heaven water, and caused to grow in it of every generous kind.