Surah Ar-Rahman (The All-Merciful)
This Surah is Madani, and it has 78 verses and 3 sections
In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Most-Merciful
"Is there any reward for goodness other than goodness?..". 55:60
"Both dark green!..." 55:64
"Glorious is the name of your Lord, the Lord of Majesty, the Lord of Honour"... 55:78
COMMENTARY: ("Is there any reward for goodness other than goodness?..". 55:60). Having described the two Gardens for the intimate believers, it is declared as a principle that a good deed attracts a good reward. The righteous believers will be blessed, therefore, with good rewards.
(..."both dark green!..." 55:64). This is one word verse, and it means 'dark green with foliage'. The word is derived from 'Id'himaam' signifying, for a meadow or garden, to become of dark green hue inclining to black by reason of abundance of moisture or irrigation. This description is not assigned to the first two Gardens. This does not necessarily imply that they do not have this quality. The former Gardens are described as 'having lot of branches'. This comprehends the quality of 'dark green' as well.
(..."Glorious is the name of your Lord, the Lord of Majesty, the Lord of Honour"... 55:78) Surah Ar-Rahmaan is replete with verses that call attention to Allah's blessings, boons and bounties, and His favours upon man.
In conclusion, this verse has been appended as a synopsis: What can one say about the Pure Being? Even His Name is Glorious. All Divine boons and bounties subsist by virtue of His Name.
Allah, the Pure and the Most High, knows best!
... TO BE CONTINUED...