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The actuality of Paradise is something which human will in no way be in a position to understand till they absolutely enter it, however, Allah (SWT) has shown us a sighting of it in the Quran. He (SWT) has described it as a region in truth distinct to the lifestyles of this world, both in the very nature and purpose of life, as nicely as the types of delights which human beings will revel in therein. The Quran tells human beings about Paradise, which Allah (SWT) offers to them, describes its remarkable blessings, and demonstrate its beauties to everyone. It informs people that Paradise is one of two approaches to life organized for them in the afterworld and that every appropriate component will be theirs in Paradise to a diploma that surpasses our present capacity to imagine. It additionally suggests that Paradise is vicinity where all blessings have been created perfectly and where human beings will be offered the whole thing their souls and hearts will want and that humans will be some distance eliminated from choosing and need, anxiousness or sadness, sorrow, and regret. Every variety of splendor and blessing exists in Paradise and will be revealed with a perfection in no way considered or recognized before. God has prepared such benefits there as a gift, and these will be supplied only to people with whom He is thrilled.

But what is the nature of these delights in Paradise, and how will it be different from the delights of this world? We will attempt to spotlight a few of these differences.


While humans in this world experience some delight, they also face much drudge and suffering. If one was once to scrutinize the lifestyles in which they live, they will find that the quantity of trouble they face is tons more than the ease and comfort. As for the life of the Hereafter, there will be neither problem nor suffering in it, and human beings will live therein in pure joy and delight. All the motives of sorrow, pain, and struggling which human beings ride in this existence will be absent in the Hereafter.


When one thinks of success in this life, they normally conjure the photograph of large houses, high-quality jewelry and clothing, and costly cars; monetary steadiness is considered to be the key to a completely satisfied life. To most people, success is inseparably related to wealth, Even though this is the furthest from the truth. How many instances have we seen the wealthiest of humans dwelling such depressing lives, that it occasionally even leads them to commit suicide! Wealth is something which human beings in their very nature want at any cost, and this desire has been created for a great and sensible purpose. When this want is no longer satiated, it causes some extent of grief in a person. For this reason, Allah (SWT) has promised the inhabitants of Paradise that they will have all that they imagined as far as wealth and property are concerned, both for those who had been extremely poor, experiencing even hunger and thirst, to those well-to-do however who favored even greater. God gives us a glimpse of this when he says:

“[They will be told], "Eat and drink in satisfaction for what you put forth in the days past." (Quran 69:24)

Furthermore, every human being in Jannah shall be treated according to his deed he has performed in this world, white will not be given preference over black or black will not be preferred over white. So more your deeds are a higher level of paradise you are going to get.


Another cause of pain and suffering in this life is the death of a loved one or disease, which is each non-existent in Paradise. None will sense any illness or ache in Paradise. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), said about the people of Paradise:

“They will never fall ill, blow their noses or spit.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

No one will die in Paradise. All shall live in permanently enjoy and pleasures therein. The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said that a caller will call out in Paradise when people enter it:

“Indeed may you be healthy and never be sick again, may you live and never die again, may you be young and never grow feeble again, may you enjoy, and never feel sorrow and regret again.” (Sahi Muslim)


Paradise is free from all the impurities that you find in this world. Eating and ingesting in this life result in the want for excretion and its associated unpleasant odors. If an individual drinks wine in this world, he loses his mind and fell unconscious. Women in this world menstruate and provide birth, which are sources of ache and hurt. Paradise is free from all of these discomforts: its people will no longer urinate, defecate, spit or suffer from common cold. The wine of Paradise has been described by the creator as,

”White and delicious to the drinkers; No bad effect is there in it, nor from it will they be intoxicated”. Quran

Allah also talks about the water that will flow through the rives in Paradise

“Is the description of Paradise, which the righteous are promised, wherein are rivers of water unaltered, rivers of milk the taste of which never changes, rivers of wine delicious to those who drink, and rivers of purified honey, in which they will have from all [kinds of] fruits and forgiveness from their Lord, like [that of] those who abide eternally in the Fire and are given to drink scalding water that will sever their intestines? “ Quran 47:15

In Paradise, the women are pure and free from menstruation, postpartum hemorrhage, labor and all other impurities and suffering that woman has to face in this world. There was no longer need for stool and feces to get rid of the wastage from our bodies. God says:

The Messenger of Allah (SWT) answered a person when he ask him that how the people of Paradise will relieve themselves:

"They relieve themselves by perspiring through their skins, and its fragrance will be that of musk, and all stomachs will have become lean." (Sahih Ibn Hibban)


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