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At-Takathur-1, Surah The Piling Up Verse-1

102/At-Takathur-1 - Quran Recitation by Abu Bakr al Shatri
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At-Takathur-1, Surah The Piling Up Verse-1

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سورة الـتكاثر

Surah At-Takathur

Bismillaah ir rahmaan ir raheem

أَلْهَاكُمُ التَّكَاثُرُ ﴿١﴾
102/At-Takathur-1: Alheakumut takeasur(takeasuru).

Imam Iskender Ali Mihr

Your bragging with the worldly abundance (wealth, properties, children, etc.) entertained you.

Abdul Majid Daryabadi

The emulous desire of abundance engrosseth you,

Ali Quli Qarai

Rivalry [and vainglory] distracted you

Ali Unal

Competing in increase of worldly goods (seeking and then boasting of the acquisition of things, wealth, pedigree, and posterity) distracts you (from the proper purpose of life),

Ahmed Ali

THE AVARICE OF plenitude keeps you occupied

Ahmed Raza Khan

The craving for excess wealth kept you people neglectful.

Amatul Rahman Omar

(Mankind! your) vying with one another to excel in multiplying worldly possessions diverts you (from God and true values of life),

Arthur John Arberry

Gross rivalry diverts you,

Hamid Aziz

The rivalry in worldly increase deludes you

Hilali & Khan

The mutual rivalry for piling up of worldly things diverts you,

Maulana Muhammad Ali

Until you come to the graves.

Mohammed Habib Shakir

Abundance diverts you,

Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall

Rivalry in worldly increase distracteth you

Muhammad Sarwar

The desire to have more of the worldly gains have pre-occupied you so much (that you have neglected remembring God),

Qaribullah & Darwish

The excessive gathering (of increase and boasting) occupied you (from worshipping and obeying)

Saheeh International

Competition in [worldly] increase diverts you

Shah Faridul Haque

The craving for excess wealth kept you people neglectful.

Talal Itani

Abundance distracts you.

Wahiduddin Khan

Greed for more and more distracted you [from God]

Yusuf Ali

The mutual rivalry for piling up (the good things of this world) diverts you (from the more serious things),