Al-Quran Surah 55. Ar-Rahman, Ayah 52

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فِيهِمَا مِنْ كُلِّ فَاكِهَةٍ زَوْجَانِ

Asad : In [each of] these two will two kinds of every fruit be [found].25
Khattab :

In each will be two types of every fruit.

Malik : In both of them there will be two kinds of every fruit.
Pickthall : Wherein is every kind of fruit in pairs.
Yusuf Ali : In them will be Fruits of every kind two and two. 5207
Transliteration : Feehima min kulli fakihatin zawjani
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Asad 25 Zamakhshari: "a kind that is known and a kind that is strange (gharib)" - i.e., cognitions or sensations that are imaginable on the basis of our experiences in the present life, and such as are, as yet, unimaginable to us, and can, therefore, be only hinted at by means of symbols or allegories. Regarding the concept of "allegory" as such, see 3:7 and the corresponding note [8].

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Yusuf Ali 5207 The Duality of Fruits is for the same reason as the Duality of the Gardens. See n. 5205.

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