Surah Al-Mulk Transliteration in English and Roman

Surah Al-Mulk Transliteration in English and Roman

Discover Surah Al-Mulk through our concise English and Roman transliteration. This guide offers an easy-to-follow format for a deeper understanding of this essential Quranic chapter, perfect for both Arabic and non-Arabic speakers seeking spiritual insight.

Surah al Mulk

Surah Mulk – English Transliteration| Translation

  1. In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful.
  2. Blessed is He in whose hand is dominion, and He is over all things competent –
  3. He who created death and life to test you [as to] which of you is best in deed – and He is the Exalted in Might, the Forgiving –
  4. [And] who created seven heavens in layers. You do not see in the creation of the Most Merciful any inconsistency. So return [your] vision [to the sky]; do you see any breaks?
  5. Then return [your] vision twice again. [Your] vision will return to you humbled while it is fatigued.
  6. And We have certainly beautified the nearest heaven with stars and have made [from] them what is thrown at the devils and have prepared for them the punishment of the Blaze.
  7. And for those who disbelieved in their Lord is the punishment of Hell, and wretched is the destination.
  8. When they are thrown into it, they hear from it a [dreadful] inhaling while it boils up.
  9. It almost bursts with rage. Every time a company is thrown into it, its keepers ask them, “Did there not come to you a warner?”
  10. They will say, “Yes, a warner had come to us, but we denied and said, ‘Allah has not sent down anything. You are not but in great error.'”
  11. And they will say, “If only we had been listening or reasoning, we would not be among the inhabitants of the Blaze.”
  12. And they will admit their sin, so [it is] alienation for the companions of the Blaze.
  13. Indeed, those who fear their Lord unseen will have forgiveness and great reward.
  14. And conceal your speech or publicize it; indeed, He is Knowing of that within the breasts.
  15. Does He who created not know, while He is the Subtle, the Acquainted?
  16. It is He who made the earth tame for you – so walk among its slopes and eat of His provision – and to Him is the resurrection.
  17. Do you feel secure that He who [holds authority] in the heaven would not cause the earth to swallow you and suddenly it would sway?
  18. Or do you feel secure that He who [holds authority] in the heaven would not send against you a storm of stones? Then you would know how [severe] was My warning.
  19. And already had those before them denied, and how [terrible] was My reproach.
  20. Do they not see the birds above them with wings outspread and [sometimes] folded in? None holds them [aloft] except the Most Merciful. Indeed He is, of all things, Seeing.
  21. Or who is it that could be an army for you to aid you other than the Most Merciful? The disbelievers are not but in delusion.
  22. Or who is it that could provide for you if He withheld His provision? But they have persisted in insolence and aversion.
  23. Then is one who walks fallen on his face better guided or one who walks erect on a straight path?
  24. Say, “It is He who has produced you and made for you hearing and vision and hearts; little are you grateful.”
  25. Say, “It is He who has scattered you throughout the earth, and to Him you will be gathered.”
  26. And they say, “When is this promise, if you should be truthful?”
  27. Say, “The knowledge is only with Allah, and I am only a clear warner.”
  28. But when they see it approaching, the faces of those who disbelieve will be distressed, and it will be said, “This is that for which you used to call.”
  29. Say, “Have you considered: whether Allah should cause my death and those with me or have mercy upon us, who can protect the disbelievers from a painful punishment?”
  30. Say, “He is the Most Merciful; we have believed in Him, and upon Him we have relied. And you will [soon] know who it is that is in clear error.”

This translation of Surah Mulk is intended to provide an accessible understanding of its teachings and themes. It’s important to approach the text with respect. See Also: Fa Inna Ma Al Usri Yusra Meaning: Surah ALAM NASHRAH

Surah Mulk – Roman Transliteration

  1. Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi
  2. Tabarakal lazee biyadihi almulku wahuwa ‘ala kulli shay-in qadeerun
  3. Allazee khalaqa almawta walhayata liyabluwakum ayyukum ahsanu ‘amalan wahuwa al’azeezu alghafooru
  4. Allathee khalaqa sab’a samawatin tibaqan ma tara fee khalqi alrrahmani min ta-fawutin farji’i albasara hal tara min futoorin
  5. Thumma irji’i albasara karratayni yanqalib ilayka albasaru khasi-an wahua haseerun
  6. Walaqad zayyanna alssamaa ad-dunya bimasabeeha waja’alnaha rujooman lilshshayateeni waa’tadna lahum ‘adhaba alssa’iri
  7. Walillatheena kafaroo birabbihim ‘adhabu jahannama wabi’sa almaseeru
  8. Idha ulqoo feeha sami’oo laha shahiqan wahiya tafooru
  9. Takadu tamayyazu mina alghaythi kullama ulqiya feeha fawjun sa’alahoo khazanatuha alam ya’tikum nazeerun
  10. Qaloo bala qad ja’ana nazeerun fakaththabna waqulna ma nazzala Allahu min shay-in in antum illa fee dalalin kabeerin
  11. Wa qaloo law kunna nasma’u aw na’qilu ma kunna fee as-habi alssa’iri
  12. Fai’tarafoo bithanbihim fasoohqan li-as-habi alssa’iri
  13. Inna allatheena yakhshawna rabbahum bilghaybi lahum maghfiratun waajrun kabeerun
  14. Waasirroo qawlakum awi ijharoo bihi innahu ‘aleemun bidhati assudoori
  15. Ala ya’lamu man khalaqa wa huwa allateefu alkhabiru
  16. Huwa allathee ja’ala lakumu al-arda thaloolan famshoo fee manakibiha wakuloo min rizqihi wa-ilayhi annushooru
  17. A-amintum man fee assama’i an yakhsifa bikumu al-arda fa-itha hiya tamooru
  18. Am amintum man fee assama’i an yursila ‘alaykum hasiban fasata’lamoon kayfa nadheeru
  19. Walaqad kaththaba allatheena min qablihim fakayfa kana nakeeru
  20. A-walam yaraw ila attayri fawqahum saffatin wayaqbidna ma yumsikuhunna illa alrrahmanu innahu bikulli shay-in baseerun
  21. Amman hatha allathee huwa jundun lakum yansurukum min dooni alrrahmani in alkafiroona illa fee ghuroorin
  22. Amman hatha allathee yarzuqukum in amsaka rizqahu bal lajjoo fee ‘utuwwin wa nufoorin
  23. Afaman yamshi mukibban ‘ala wajhihi ahda amman yamshi sawiyyan ‘ala siratin mustaqeemin
  24. Qul huwa allathee anshaakum wa ja’ala lakumu assam’a wal-absara wal-af’idata qaleelan ma tashkuroon
  25. Qul huwa allathee dharaakum fee al-ardi wailayhi tuhsharoon
  26. Wayaqooloona mata hatha alwa’du in kuntum sadiqeen
  27. Qul innama al’ilmu ‘inda Allahi wa innama ana natheerun mubeenun
  28. Falamma ra’awhu zulfatan see’at wujoohu allatheena kafaroo waqeela hatha allathee kuntum bihi tadda’oona
  29. Qul ara’aytum in ahlakaniya Allahu waman ma’ee aw rahimana faman yujeeru alkafireena min ‘adhabun aleemun
  30. Qul huwa alrrahmanu amanna bihi waa’layhi tawakkalna fasata’lamoon man huwa fee dalalin mubeenin

This transliteration is intended to help those interested in reciting Surah Mulk but are not proficient in Arabic. For the most accurate pronunciation and understanding, it’s advisable to consult with knowledgeable individuals in the Islamic community or use reliable online resources that also provide audio recitations.


What is Surah Al-Mulk?

Surah Al-Mulk is the 67th chapter of the Quran, known for its themes emphasizing the greatness of Allah and the afterlife.

Why read the transliteration of Surah Al-Mulk?

The transliteration helps non-Arabic speakers to recite and connect with the chapter, enhancing understanding and spiritual practice.

Is the transliteration available for both English and Roman scripts?

Yes, our guide includes both English and Roman transliterations to cater to a wide range of readers.

Can beginners in Islamic studies use this guide?

Absolutely. The guide is designed to be user-friendly for beginners and those new to Islamic texts.

Where can I find more information on the meanings of Surah Al-Mulk?

Alongside the transliteration, you can refer to various Tafsir (exegesis) resources for in-depth understanding.


The transliteration of Surah Al-Mulk in English and Roman scripts is a valuable tool for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding and connection with this significant chapter of the Quran. Whether you are a non-Arabic speaker, a beginner in Islamic studies, or simply seeking a more profound spiritual experience, this guide is tailored to meet your needs. With its clear, concise format, it bridges the gap between traditional recitation and modern accessibility, opening doors to a world of spiritual enlightenment and reflection.

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