The Word (Gardens) In the Holy Qur’an - An Analytical Study


  • Dr. Hatem Mohammed Mansour Mazroaa



This article is entitled with: " The word (gardens) in the Holy Qur’an _ analytical study", and the idea of this article is to study the places in which the word “gardens” is mentioned in the Holy Qur’an, as a reflective and an analytical study., Its importance appears in reaching new rules and contents that are scientifically and practically useful by studying the positions of this word. The article consists of an introduction, three sections, and a conclusion, using the inductive analytical approach. The introduction includes the definition of the term (gardens), as well as the meaning of the analytical study, and then talking about the term (gardens) in āyāt suwar: "al-naml", "al-Nabaʼ", and "ʻAbasa". The goal of this  article appears in the most important results of it,  which are:  The presence of the word (gardens) in the Holy Qur’an only appears in a plural and indefinite form not as a single form, and in the Meccan āyāt suwar only, and the confinement of the contexts of the word (gardens) in the Holy Qur’an in the contexts of demonstrating oneness, establishing the doctrine of resurrection and mentioning the bliss of the people of Paradise, and the fact that the only divine verb mentioned with the word (gardens) in the Holy Qur’an is the verb (germination), and in the past tense (we grew), And the Holy Qur’an report on the importance of food security and the beauty of the environment.  The goal of the article also appears in the most prominent recommendations of Which is represented in urging the analytical reflective study of each word of the Holy Qur’an independently and focused, to reach the treasures and rules of these word, and interest in renewal in the presentation of Quranic studies.


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2023-10-13 — Updated on 2023-10-13

How to Cite

Mazroaa, D. H. M. M. . (2023). The Word (Gardens) In the Holy Qur’an - An Analytical Study . Migration Letters, 20(7), 1238–1248.