those who conduct moderately, gracefully and generously


Active Participle: Definite; masculine; sound plural; accusative/ genitive; [Form-IV]; مصدر-اِحْسَانٌ  Verbal noun.

  اسم فاعل:معرفہ باللام- مجرور/منصوب-جمع سالم مذكر/باب افعال

Root: ح س ن

 Recurrence: (1)2:58(2)2:195(3)2:236(4)3:134(5)3:148 (6)5:13(7)5:85(8)5:93(9)6:84(10)7:56(11)7:161(12)9:91(13)9:120(14)11:115(15)12:22  (16}12:36(17) 12:56(18)12:78(19)12:90(20)22:37(21)28:14(22)29:69(23)37:80(24)37:105(25)37:110(26)37:121(27) 37:131(28)39:34(29)39:58 (30)77:44=30     

  • And recall when Our Majesty had said: "You people enter this (walled) town/city for sojourn

  • Thereat, you people eat of the plenty therein wherever you wished.

  • Moreover, you people enter the gate as humble people-in humility posture

  • And while entering the door you people pronounce praying, " We beg forgiveness":

  • Our Majesty would like to forgive-overlook for you people about your omissions.

  • Be assured, Our Majesty will keep increasing blessings for those who conduct moderately, gracefully and generously". [2:58]

 

  • And you people spend your financial resources in the cause-seeking attention and Mercy of Allah the Exalted.

  • And you should not cast yourselves into self ruin with your own hands by keeping fists closed [as is done by Muna'afiqeen-9:67].

  • And you consciously adopt a balanced, graceful and generous conduct-approach towards others.

  • It is a fact that Allah the Exalted appreciates-loves-acknowledges those who conduct moderately, gracefully and generously. [2:195]

 

 

 

 

  • And recall when We had said for them: "You people enter this (walled) Town for a sojourn

 

  • Thereat, you people eat (of the plenty) therein wherever you wished

  • And while entering the door you people pronounce praying, " We beg forgiveness"

 

  • And you people enter the gate as humble people-in humility posture

  • Our Majesty would like to forgive-overlook for you people about your omissions. Be assured, Our Majesty will keep increasing blessings for those who conduct moderately, gracefully and generously". [7:161]