The Qur'an

Ta-Ha - طه

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وَإِنِّى لَغَفَّارٌ لِّمَن تَابَ وَءَامَنَ وَعَمِلَ صَٰلِحًا ثُمَّ ٱهْتَدَىٰ
Ahmad Ali
Yet I am gracious to him who repents and believes, and does the right, and follows the straight path.
Ali Qarai
Indeed I forgive those who repent, become faithful, act righteously, and follow guidance.’
Amhad Khan
And indeed I am Most Oft Forgiving for him who repented and accepted faith and did good deeds, and then remained upon guidance.
Arberry
Yet I am All-forgiving to him who repents and believes, and does righteousness, and at last is guided.'
Corpus
But indeed, I Am the Perpetual Forgiver of whoever repents and believes and does righteous (deeds) then remains guided.
Daryabadi
And verily I am the Most Forgiving unto whomsoever repenteth and believeth and worketh righteously, and thereafter letteth himself remain guided.
Hilali & Khan
And verily, I am indeed Forgiving to him who repents, believes (in My Oneness, and associates none in worship with Me) and does righteous good deeds, and then remains constant in doing them, (till his death).
Maududi
But I am indeed Most Forgiving to him who repents and believes and does righteous works and keeps to the Right Way."
Muhammad Sarwar
I allowed you to consume the pure sustenance which We had given you but not to become rebels, lest you become subject to My wrath. Whoever becomes subject to My wrath will certainly be destroyed. I am All-forgiving to the righteously striving believers who repent and follow the right guidance.
Muhammad Shakir
And most surely I am most Forgiving to him who repents and believes and does good, then continues to follow the right direction.
Pickthall
And lo! verily I am Forgiving toward him who repenteth and believeth and doeth good, and afterward walketh aright.
Qaribullah
but to whosoever repents, believes and does good deeds, and is at last guided, I am Forgiving'
Sahih Intl
But indeed, I am the Perpetual Forgiver of whoever repents and believes and does righteousness and then continues in guidance.
Talal Itani
And I am Forgiving towards him who repents, believes, acts righteously, and then remains guided.
Transliteration
Wainnee laghaffarun liman taba waamana waAAamila salihan thumma ihtada
Wahihuddin Khan
But I am most forgiving towards him who turns in repentance and believes and acts righteously and follows the right path."
Yusuf Ali
"But, without doubt, I am (also) He that forgives again and again, to those who repent, believe, and do right, who,- in fine, are ready to receive true guidance."
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وَمَآ أَعْجَلَكَ عَن قَوْمِكَ يَٰمُوسَىٰ
Ahmad Ali
What made you hurry away, O Moses, from your people?"
Ali Qarai
[God said,] ‘O Moses, what has prompted you to hasten ahead of your people?’
Amhad Khan
“And why did you come in haste ahead of your people, O Moosa?”
Arberry
'What has sped thee far from thy people, Moses?'
Corpus
"And what made you hasten from your people, O Musa?"
Daryabadi
And what hath made thee hasten from thy people, O Musa?
Hilali & Khan
"And what made you hasten from your people, O Musa (Moses)?"
Maududi
"But, O Moses, what has made you come in haste from your people?"
Muhammad Sarwar
The Lord asked, "Moses, what made you attend your appointment with Me before your people?"
Muhammad Shakir
And what caused you to hasten from your people, O Musa?
Pickthall
And (it was said): What hath made thee hasten from thy folk, O Moses?
Qaribullah
'Moses, why have you come with such haste from your nation'
Sahih Intl
[Allah] said, "And what made you hasten from your people, O Moses?"
Talal Itani
“And what made you rush ahead of your people, O Moses?”
Transliteration
Wama aAAjalaka AAan qawmika ya moosa
Wahihuddin Khan
[When Moses was upon the Mount, God said,] "O Moses, why have you come with such haste from your people?"
Yusuf Ali
(When Moses was up on the Mount, Allah said:) "What made thee hasten in advance of thy people, O Moses?"
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قَالَ هُمْ أُو۟لَآءِ عَلَىٰٓ أَثَرِى وَعَجِلْتُ إِلَيْكَ رَبِّ لِتَرْضَىٰ
Ahmad Ali
He said: "They are right behind me. I have hastened to You, O Lord, so that You may be pleased."
Ali Qarai
He said, ‘They are close upon my heels, and I hurried on to You, my Lord, that You may be pleased.’
Amhad Khan
He submitted, “They are here, just behind me – and O my Lord, I hastened towards You, in order to please You.”
Arberry
'They are upon my tracks,' Moses said. 'I have hastened, Lord, only that I may please Thee.'
Corpus
He said, "They (are) close upon my tracks, and I hastened to you my Lord, that You be pleased."
Daryabadi
He said: those! they are close on my footstep, and hastened to Thee, O my Lord; that Thou mightest be wellpleased.
Hilali & Khan
He said: "They are close on my footsteps, and I hastened to You, O my Lord, that You might be pleased."
Maududi
He said: "They are close behind me, and I hastened to You, Lord, that You may be pleased with me."
Muhammad Sarwar
Moses replied, "They are just behind me. I came earlier to seek Your pleasure".
Muhammad Shakir
He said: They are here on my track and I hastened on to Thee, my Lord, that Thou mightest be pleased.
Pickthall
He said: They are close upon my track. I hastened unto Thee, my Lord, that Thou mightest be well pleased.
Qaribullah
Moses replied: 'They are following me. My Lord, I made haste only so that I might please You'
Sahih Intl
He said, "They are close upon my tracks, and I hastened to You, my Lord, that You be pleased."
Talal Itani
He said, “They are following in my footsteps; and I hurried on to You, my Lord, that you may be pleased.”
Transliteration
Qala hum olai AAala atharee waAAajiltu ilayka rabbi litarda
Wahihuddin Khan
He said, "They are following in my footsteps, while I have hastened to You, my Lord, to please You."
Yusuf Ali
He replied: "Behold, they are close on my footsteps: I hastened to thee, O my Lord, to please thee."
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قَالَ فَإِنَّا قَدْ فَتَنَّا قَوْمَكَ مِنۢ بَعْدِكَ وَأَضَلَّهُمُ ٱلسَّامِرِىُّ
Ahmad Ali
He said: "We have put your people on trial in your absence; and Sameri has led them astray."
Ali Qarai
He said, ‘Indeed We tried your people in your absence, and the Samiri has led them astray.’
Amhad Khan
He said, “We have therefore tried your people after you came, and Samri has led them astray.”
Arberry
Said He, 'We have tempted thy people since thou didst leave them. The Samaritan has misled them into error.'
Corpus
He said, "But indeed, We [verily] We (have) tried your people after you and has led them astray the Samiri."
Daryabadi
He said: verily We have tempted thy people after thee, and the Samiri hath led them astray.
Hilali & Khan
(Allah) said: "Verily! We have tried your people in your absence, and As-Samiri has led them astray."
Maududi
Said He: "Verily We tested your people in your absence and the Samiri led them astray."
Muhammad Sarwar
The Lord said, "We tested your people after you left them and the Samiri made them go astray."
Muhammad Shakir
He said: So surely We have tried your people after you, and the Samiri has led them astray.
Pickthall
He said: Lo! We have tried thy folk in thine absence, and As-Samiri hath misled them.
Qaribullah
He (Allah) said: 'We tempted your nation in your absence, and the Samaritan has misled them into error'
Sahih Intl
[Allah] said, "But indeed, We have tried your people after you [departed], and the Samiri has led them astray."
Talal Itani
He said, “We have tested your people in your absence, and the Samarian misled them.”
Transliteration
Qala fainna qad fatanna qawmaka min baAAdika waadallahumu alssamiriyyu
Wahihuddin Khan
But God said, "We have tested your people in your absence. The Samiri has led them astray."
Yusuf Ali
(Allah) said: "We have tested thy people in thy absence: the Samiri has led them astray."
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فَرَجَعَ مُوسَىٰٓ إِلَىٰ قَوْمِهِۦ غَضْبَٰنَ أَسِفًا ۚ قَالَ يَٰقَوْمِ أَلَمْ يَعِدْكُمْ رَبُّكُمْ وَعْدًا حَسَنًا ۚ أَفَطَالَ عَلَيْكُمُ ٱلْعَهْدُ أَمْ أَرَدتُّمْ أَن يَحِلَّ عَلَيْكُمْ غَضَبٌ مِّن رَّبِّكُمْ فَأَخْلَفْتُم مَّوْعِدِى
Ahmad Ali
So Moses returned to his people full of anger and regret. "O my people," he said, "did not your Lord make you a better promise? Did the time of covenant seem too long to you? Or did you wish the wrath of your Lord to fall upon you that you broke the promise you had made to me?"
Ali Qarai
Thereupon Moses returned to his people, indignant and grieved. He said, ‘O my people! Did your Lord not give you a true promise? Did the period [of my absence] seem too long to you? Or did you desire that your Lord’s wrath should descend on you and so you failed your tryst with me?’
Amhad Khan
So Moosa turned back to his people, angry and grieving; he said, “O my people, had not your Lord given you a good promise? Did a long time pass away for you, or did you wish that your Lord’s wrath come upon you, therefore you broke your promise with me?”
Arberry
Then Moses returned very angry and sorrowful to his people, saying, 'My people, did your Lord not promise a fair promise to you? Did the time of the covenant seem so long to you, or did you desire that anger should alight on you from your Lord, so that you failed in your tryst with me?'
Corpus
Then Musa returned to his people angry (and) sorrowful. He said, "O my people! Did not promise you your Lord a promise good? Then, did seem long to you the promise, or did you desire that descend upon you (the) Anger of your Lord, so you broke (the) promise to me?"
Daryabadi
So Musa returned unto his people, indignant and sorrowful. He said: O my people! promised there not your Lord unto you an excellent promise! Lasted then the covenant too long for you, or desired ye that the wrath from your Lord should alight on you, so that ye failed to keep my appointment?
Hilali & Khan
Then Musa (Moses) returned to his people in a state of anger and sorrow. He said: "O my people! Did not your Lord promise you a fair promise? Did then the promise seem to you long in coming? Or did you desire that wrath should descend from your Lord on you, so you broke your promise to me (i.e. disbelieving in Allah and worshipping the calf)?"
Maududi
Moses returned to his people full of wrath and grief, and said: "My people! Has your Lord not made good an excellent promise He made to you? And has a long time passed since those promises were fulfilled? Or was it to incur the wrath of your Lord that you broke your promise with me?"
Muhammad Sarwar
Moses, sad and angry, returned to his people saying, "My people, did not the Lord make you a gracious promise? Why did you disregard your appointment with me? Was it because of the long time or did you want to become subject to the wrath of your Lord?"
Muhammad Shakir
So Musa returned to his people wrathful, sorrowing. Said he: O my people! did not your Lord promise you a goodly promise: did then the time seem long to you, or did you wish that displeasure from your Lord should be due to you, so that you broke (your) promise to me?
Pickthall
Then Moses went back unto his folk, angry and sad. He said: O my people! Hath not your Lord promised you a fair promise? Did the time appointed then appear too long for you, or did ye wish that wrath from your Lord should come upon you, that ye broke tryst with me?
Qaribullah
With great anger and sorrow, Moses returned to his nation. 'My nation' he said, 'did your Lord not make you a fine promise? Did the time of the covenant seem long to you? Or did you desire that the anger of your Lord should fall upon you so that you failed in your coming to my appointment'
Sahih Intl
So Moses returned to his people, angry and grieved. He said, "O my people, did your Lord not make you a good promise? Then, was the time [of its fulfillment] too long for you, or did you wish that wrath from your Lord descend upon you, so you broke your promise [of obedience] to me?"
Talal Itani
So Moses returned to his people, angry and disappointed. He said, “O my people, did your Lord not promise you a good promise? Was the time too long for you? Or did you want wrath from your Lord to descend upon you, so you broke your promise to me?”
Transliteration
FarajaAAa moosa ila qawmihi ghadbana asifan qala ya qawmi alam yaAAidkum rabbukum waAAdan hasanan afatala AAalaykumu alAAahdu am aradtum an yahilla AAalaykum ghadabun min rabbikum faakhlaftum mawAAidee
Wahihuddin Khan
Moses returned to his people in anger and great sorrow. He said, "My people, did your Lord not make you a handsome promise? Was my absence too long for you? Did you desire that your Lord's wrath should descend upon you, when you broke your promise to me?"
Yusuf Ali
So Moses returned to his people in a state of indignation and sorrow. He said: "O my people! did not your Lord make a handsome promise to you? Did then the promise seem to you long (in coming)? Or did ye desire that Wrath should descend from your Lord on you, and so ye broke your promise to me?"
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قَالُوا۟ مَآ أَخْلَفْنَا مَوْعِدَكَ بِمَلْكِنَا وَلَٰكِنَّا حُمِّلْنَآ أَوْزَارًا مِّن زِينَةِ ٱلْقَوْمِ فَقَذَفْنَٰهَا فَكَذَٰلِكَ أَلْقَى ٱلسَّامِرِىُّ
Ahmad Ali
They said: "We did not break our promise to you of our own will, but we were made to carry the loads of ornaments belonging to the people, which we threw (into the fire), and so did Sameri.
Ali Qarai
They said, ‘We did not fail our tryst with you of our own accord, but we were laden with the weight of those people’s ornaments, and we cast them [into the fire] and so did the Samiri.’
Amhad Khan
They said, “We did not renege on our promise to you on our own will, but we were made to carry the burdens of ornaments of the people, so we cast them – and similarly did Samri cast.”
Arberry
'We have not failed in our tryst with thee,' they said, 'of our volition; but we were loaded with fardels, even the ornaments of the people, and we cast them, as the Samaritan also threw them, into the fire.'
Corpus
They said, "Not we broke promise to you by our will, but we [we] were made to carry burdens from ornaments (of) the people, so we threw them and thus threw the Samiri."
Daryabadi
They said: we failed not to keep thy appointment of our own authority, but we were laden with burthens of the people's ornaments; then we threw them, and Thus Samiri cast down.
Hilali & Khan
They said: "We broke not the promise to you, of our own will, but we were made to carry the weight of the ornaments of the [Fir'aun's (Pharaoh)] people, then we cast them (into the fire), and that was what As-Samiri suggested."
Maududi
They answered: "We did not break our promise with you out of our own volition; but we were laden with the load of people's ornaments, and we simply threw them down(into the fire), and the Samiri also threw down something,
Muhammad Sarwar
They replied, "We did not go against our promise with you out of our own accord. We were forced to carry people's ornaments. We threw them away and so did the Samiri.
Muhammad Shakir
They said: We did not break (our) promise to you of our own accord, but we were made to bear the burdens of the ornaments of the people, then we made a casting of them, and thus did the Samiri suggest.
Pickthall
They said: We broke not tryst with thee of our own will, but we were laden with burdens of ornaments of the folk, then cast them (in the fire), for thus As-Samiri proposed.
Qaribullah
They replied: 'We have not failed in our promise to you through our choosing. We were laden with fardels, even the ornaments of the nation, and threw them just as the Samaritan had thrown them (into the fire),
Sahih Intl
They said, "We did not break our promise to you by our will, but we were made to carry burdens from the ornaments of the people [of Pharaoh], so we threw them [into the fire], and thus did the Samiri throw."
Talal Itani
They said, “We did not break our promise to you by our choice, but we were made to carry loads of the people’s ornaments, and we cast them in. That was what the Samarian suggested.”
Transliteration
Qaloo ma akhlafna mawAAidaka bimalkina walakinna hummilna awzaran min zeenati alqawmi faqathafnaha fakathalika alqa alssamiriyyu
Wahihuddin Khan
They answered, "We did not break our promise to you of our own accord, but we had to carry loads of the people's ornaments and so we threw them [into the fire] for that was what the Samiri suggested,"
Yusuf Ali
They said: "We broke not the promise to thee, as far as lay in our power: but we were made to carry the weight of the ornaments of the (whole) people, and we threw them (into the fire), and that was what the Samiri suggested.
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فَأَخْرَجَ لَهُمْ عِجْلًا جَسَدًا لَّهُۥ خُوَارٌ فَقَالُوا۟ هَٰذَآ إِلَٰهُكُمْ وَإِلَٰهُ مُوسَىٰ فَنَسِىَ
Ahmad Ali
Then he produced the image of a calf which mooed like a cow. And they said: 'This is your god and the god of Moses (whom) he has neglected."
Ali Qarai
Then he produced for them a calf—a [lifeless] body with a low—and they said, This is your god and the god of Moses, so he forgot!
Amhad Khan
He therefore made a calf for them – a lifeless body, making sounds like a cow – so they said, “This is your God and the God of Moosa; whereas Moosa has forgotten.”
Arberry
(Then he brought out for them a Calf, a mere body that lowed; and they said, 'This is your god, and the god of Moses, whom he has forgotten.'
Corpus
Then he brought forth for them a calf's body it had a lowing sound, and they said, "This (is) your god and the god (of) Musa, but he forgot."
Daryabadi
And he produced for them a calf: a body with a low. Then they Said: this is your god and the god of Musa, and that he forgat.
Hilali & Khan
Then he took out (of the fire) for them a statue of a calf which seemed to low. They said: "This is your ilah (god), and the ilah (god) of Musa (Moses), but [Musa (Moses)] has forgotten (his god).'"
Maududi
and brought out of there (from the molten gold) the effigy of a calf that lowed." The people cried out: "This is your deity and the deity of Moses, whom Moses has forgotten."
Muhammad Sarwar
Then the Samiri forged the body of a motionless calf which gave out a hollow sound." The people said, "This is your Lord and the Lord of Moses whom he (Moses) forgot to mention".
Muhammad Shakir
So he brought forth for them a calf, a (mere) body, which had a mooing sound, so they said: This is your god and the god of Musa, but he forgot.
Pickthall
Then he produced for them a calf, of saffron hue, which gave forth a lowing sound. And they cried: This is your god and the god of Moses, but he hath forgotten.
Qaribullah
and made a calf for them, a figure that lowed. "This," they said, "is your god and the god of Moses but whom he has forgotten."
Sahih Intl
And he extracted for them [the statue of] a calf which had a lowing sound, and they said, "This is your god and the god of Moses, but he forgot."
Talal Itani
So he produced for them a calf—a mere body which lowed. And they said, “This is your god, and the god of Moses, but he has forgotten.”
Transliteration
Faakhraja lahum AAijlan jasadan lahu khuwarun faqaloo hatha ilahukum wailahu moosa fanasiya
Wahihuddin Khan
then he forged a calf for them -- an image producing a lowing sound. They said, "This is your deity, the deity of Moses; he has forgotten it."
Yusuf Ali
"Then he brought out (of the fire) before the (people) the image of a calf: It seemed to low: so they said: This is your god, and the god of Moses, but (Moses) has forgotten!"