Surah Al-Mulk With Urdu and English Translation

Hadith about Surah Al-Mulk:

Imam Ahmad recorded from Abu Hurayrah that Muhammad (PBUH) said,”Verily, there is a chapter in the Qur’an which contains thirty Ayat that will intercede on behalf of its reciter until he is forgiven.” (It is): ‘Blessed be He in Whose Hand is the dominion. (Surat Al-Mulk 67)’

Hadith Source:  At-Tirmidhi

English Translation of Surah Al-Mulk:

1 “Blessed is He, in whose hand is the Kingdom, and He is able to do all things.”

2 “Who created death and life that He might try you which of you is best in deeds, and He is the mighty, the forgiving.”

3 “Who created the seven heavens alike, you see no imperfection in the creation of the merciful, and then look again, Can you see any disorder?”

4 “Then turn your eyes again and yet again, your gaze turns back dazed and tired.”

5 “And certainly We have adorned this lower heaven with lamps and We make them means of conjectures for the devils, and We have prepared for them the torment of hell.”

6 “And for those who disbelieve in their Lord is the torment of hell, and the most terrible place to return.”

7 “When they are cast therein, they will hear a loud moaning of it as it heaves.”

8 “Almost bursting in rage, whenever a group is thrown into it, its keepers ask them: did not a warner come to you?”

9 “They say: yes, a warner came to us, but we denied and said God has revealed nothing you are only in great error.”

10 “And they say: if we had listened or pondered, we would not have been among the inmates of the burning fire.”

11 “Thus they will confess their sins, but far removed (from mercy) are the dwellers in the flames.”

12 “Those who fear their Lord in secret, for them is surely forgiveness and a great reward.”

13 “And hide your word or manifest it, He knows what is in the hearts.”

14 “Does the one who created all things not know all about them? and He is the knower of subtleties, the aware.”

15 “He it is who made the earth subservient to you, so go about in the spacious sides thereof, and eat of His sustenance, and to Him is the rising (after death).”

16 “Do you feel secure that He who is in the heaven will not make the earth to swallow you up, the while it shakes?”

17 “Or do you feel secure that He who is in the Heaven will not send on you a violent wind? Then you shall know how (truthful) was My warning.”

18 “And those before them denied, then how (terrible) was the retribution.”

19 “Do they not see the birds above them spreading and contracting (their wings)? No one upholds them save the beneficent, surely He is seer of all things.”

20 “Or who is it that will be a host for you to help you against the beneficent? The unbelievers are only in delusion.”

21 “Or who is this who will provide for you if He withholds His provision? No, but they persist in disdain and aversion.”

22 “Is, then, he who goes prone upon his face better guided or he who walks upright on a straight path?”

23 “Say: it is He who brought you into being and made for you ears and eyes and hearts, little thanks you give.”

24 “Say: it is He who scattered you in the earth and to Him you will be returned.”

25 “And they say: when will this promise take place, if you are truthful?”

26 “Say: the knowledge is with God only, and I am only a plain warner.”

27 “When they see the torment approaching, the faces of the unbelievers will blacken and they will be told: this is what you wanted.”

28 “Say: Have ye considered, whether God destroy me and those with me, or whether we obtain mercy, yet who will protect the unbelievers from painful torment.”

29 “Say: He is the beneficent, we believe in Him and on Him do we rely, you will soon know who is in clear error.”

30 “Say: have you considered if your water should dry up, who then could bring you flowing water?”