Revise Edition


Compiled by:Moulana Abdullah Nana




Second Authorized Edition 2004

Name of the Book: The Maidensof Jannat (Paradise)
First Edition October2002
Second Edition March 2004

Compiled by MoulanaAqdullahNana

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Table of Contents

Foreword 6

Chapter 1: The greatest pleasure in Jannat? 12 Chapter 2: The superiority of the pleasures of Jannal. 14 Chapter 3: A person's every desire will be fulfilled 16 Chapter 4: Introduction to the maidens of Jannat 21 Chapter 5: The adornments & features of the maidens

of Jannat 25

Chapter 6: The beauty of the maidens of Jannat.. .. 31 Chapter 7: A continuous increase in the beauty of Jannat. .... .34 Chapter 8: The beautiful voices & singing of

the maidens 39

Chapter 9: The perfect and most loving wives .41 Chapter 10: The number of wives 44 Chapter 11: How to gain more wives in Jannat. .47 Chapter 12: Intimate relations in Jannat.. .48

Chapter 13: Will there be childbirth in Jannat? 56 Chapter 14: Shahid (Martyr) with the maidens of Jannat. 57

Chapter 15: How to achieve Jannat.. 62



The temporary life of this world is a great test for man. Temptations are many and man is weak. The possibilities of faltering and sinning are not remote. Of all the temptations, the temptation relating to the opposite sex is thc highest. If the sexual urge of man is left unchecked and unregulated, there will be total

anarchy and mischief in the world. Therefore, Almighty Allah ~ placcd various rcstrictions upon man in this regard.

To control and rcgulatc lhis desirc, any limn of illicit affiliation with the opposite scx is slriclly I()rhiddcn. To maintain a high Icvel of moral ily, (Shllll has ordaincd very strict laws and mallY restricIiOlls 10 ellrIaiI Ihc

unlawful, carnal desires of maII.

All of these strict restrictions wcigh heavily Oil IIIl"I/(/j.\' the bestial self -of man. The 1/{{j.'V COllsl;lI11lyslTks carnal gratification and indulgence or ils desir-Los.To control the wild desires of the nafs is no easy lask. I[ C;III be likened to riding a strong, wild horse. Eithcr the rider will keep the horse in check with great effort or thc horse will throw the rider off. This is the constant struggle that exists between man and his desires in this world. For the youth, the struggle is even more intense

and great.

For those people who restrain and control the desires of the nafs in this world, Allah ~ has promised immense rewards in the Akirah (hereafter). Man sometimes forgets these rewards and becomes inclined to sin. If he is reminded about these rewards, his resolve to control the nafs becomes stronger and more vigorous. It

becomes easier to sacrifice the desires in view of these great rewards of the Hereafter. Besides the promise of


these eternal rewards of the Hereafter, there is little that can control the desires of man, especially the desires of the youth.

In this book, some of the rewards of the Hereafter, especially those relating to the gorgeous, celestial, wideeyed beauties -the hurs -of Jannat, have been Set out in a clear and concise manner. By reading and pondering about the bounties of Jannat and its beautiful virgins, the youth will feel a renewed vigour to fight the carnal desires and strive for the pleasure of Allah ~ by doing righteous deeds. Furthermore, the beauty of the women of this world will appear pale and insignificant before the beauty of those stunning damsels of Jannat.

There is not much authentic literature on this specific topic, and hence this book fulfills this requirement in a captivating way. I would recommend every youngster to acquire a copy of this book, to read it, and ponder over its contents. May Allah ~ accept and reward the efforts of MI. Abdullah Nana of the US in compiling this beneficial book and may Allah ~ inspire him to produce many beneficial writings in the future as well. Amin.


Mufti Zubair Bayat Stanger, South Africa 1 Rajab 1423, 8 September 2002


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The Maidens of Jannat (Paradise) and other bounties in the li~ht of the Quran and Ahadith


Allah ~ has placed in every human being the natural

desire and inclination for gold, silver, money,

transportation (cars), land, and other items of this world.

The test for a person is how he responds to his desire for

these items. If he uses these items to prepare for the

hereafter, he will be successful. On the other hand, if he

devotes himself to fulfilling his desire for these items

and forgets about his purpose in this world, he will be

amongst the losers in the hereafter.

Similarly, Allah ~ has placed in every person the natural desire for the opposite sex, and out of all the desires found in a person, the greatest test for a Muslim is how he fulfills this desire. He can either fail this test

by spending all his energy to unlawfully satisfy this desire, or pass this test by remaining chaste and fulfilling this desire lawfully through marriage. Rasulullah ~ said regarding the severity of this test, "I have not left a more harmful and severe temptation for men than women. ,,1 This test is even greater for us today because of the generally evil environment in which we are living in. It

has become very easy to commit evil and it has become somewhat difficult to do good deeds because of this

I (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim)


environment. As Rasulullah ~ predicted, holding on to the commands of Allah ~ and staying away from evil during this time has become like holding on to a burning


In order to motivate us to pass this test, it is very important for u<; to know what is the reward for controlling one's desires and staying away from evil. It becomes very easy for a person to undergo difficulty and hardship to carry out an action when he knows what reward he will receive for doing this action. For example, a person will happily go to work every day and

tire himself because he knows that he will receive his paycheck at the end of the month. In the same way, Allah ~ and his Rasul have given us a detailed

description of the reward for controlling one's desires in this world, i.e. Jannat (paradise).

Jannat is a place where a person will have all that he desires, and he will live a perfect (lad ever-lasting life. Each pleasure of Jannat will be far more superior than the comparable pleasure found in this world, and a person will be able to completely fulfill his desire for that pleasure. For example, a person in this world is always drinking liquids to quench his thirst. No matter how many delicious and tasty beverages he consumes, he will always become thirsty again in a few hours. But, in the hereafter, a person will be able to drink as much as he desires and quench his thirst permanently.

Similarly, the women of Jannat will be far more superior than the women of this world. Once a person comes to know of this, it will become very easy for him to stay away from evil and work towards the hereafter. This book contains a detailed description of these women


based on the verses of the Qurfm, tafsir (explanation of the Quran), Ahadith, and stories of the pious.

The purpose of this book is to motivate us to work towards the hereafter and to control our desires in this

world through marriage. We should not read this book as a fairy tale or a fantasy; rather we should understand that the contents of this book are a reality for which we

should all work towards. It is our fundamental belief that Jannat and Jahannam (hellfire) are already in existence and a person will fulfill all his desires in Jannat both physically and spiritually.


The permissibility of using a weak hadith for describing virtues of actions

The majority of the ahadith in this book are authentic

ahadith. However, I have also included weak ahadith because thi~~is a topic related to virtues. The famous Shafi' scholar, Imam Nawawi says in his introduction to the 'arbain' (40 ahadith) that the scholars have agreed on the permissibility of using weak Ahadith for describing the virtues of actions.

Hafiz ibn Hajar has further fixed three conditions for using weak ahadith. One is that the hadith must not be very weak, i.e. at least one chain of narrators of this hadith must be free from a narrator who is a liar, is accused of lying, or is known for making great mistakes. The second condition is that it should fit under a general principle, which is established and acted upon. Finally, the third condition is that the person acting upon this hadith should not believe it to be established, but he should exercise caution in this regard2•

Only those weak ahadith have been included in this book, which meet these conditions. The classification of the ahadith by the eminent scholars of hadith has been included with the hadith in Arabic.

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