The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) – Based on Surah Ta-Ha

In Surah Ta-Ha of The Quran, Allah reminds us about the story of Prophet Adam (AS) and Hawa (Eve), and how they were cast out of Paradise due to the trickery of Satan.

Background

When Adam (AS) was created, Allah the Almighty commanded the angels and the jinns to prostrate before Adam (AS). All the angels obeyed this command, except Iblis (Satan) because he thought that Adam, created from mere clay, was inferior to him, a being of fire.

As such, Allah SWT expelled Iblis from Paradise. Allah also warned Adam (AS) and Hawa (Eve) about Iblis, and forbade them from eating the fruit of a particular tree. However, Iblis managed to trick both Adam and Eve into eating the fruit.

Upon realizing their error, both Hz Adam and Hz Hawa sought repentance before Allah, and were eventually forgiven, but cast out from Paradise and sent to Earth.

Surah Ta-Ha and the Story of Hz Adam and Hz Hawa

In this post, we have compiled the story of Hz Adam (AS) based on Quranic verses in the form pictures.

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 114

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 115

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 116

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 117

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 118

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 119

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 120

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 121

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 122

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

Surah Ta-Ha Ayah 123

The Story of Prophet Adam (AS) - Based on Surah Ta-Ha

For Urdu versions of these images, click here.

Text by Sufyan bin Uzayr / Images by Aaima Siddiqui

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