Hazrat Adam (A.S)

Hazrat Adam (A.S)

Allah created Adam (A.S) from complexion and breathed into him the spirit of life, making him the first human entity and the father of all humanity.
The creation of Hazrat Adam (A.S) is mentioned in the Quran, the holy book of Islam, in colorful verses, including Surah Al- Baqarah( 230- 39) and Surah Al- Hijr( 1526- 29).
When ALLAH produce Hazrat Adam (A.S)
Allah Has recited this talk in the Quran.
Allah instructed the angels to bow down to Adam, and they did so except for Iblis, who refused and came Satan.


Hazrat Adam (A.S) was created with free will and the capability to make choices. Eve creation and ALLAH’S warning
Allah created Hawwa as a companion and coadjutor for Hazrat Adam (A.S). The Quran mentions that after creating Adam, Allah noticed that he was lonely and demanded a companion. Allah also put Adam to sleep, took one of his caricatures, and created Hawwa from it. When Adam woke up, he set up Hawwa beside him and was pleased to have her as his companion. The creation of Hawwa is mentioned in the Quran, the holy book of Islam, in Surah Al- Baqarah( 235) and Surah An- Nisa( 41). She and Hazrat Adam lived in the Garden of Eden,


where they were allowed to eat from all the fruits except for one tree. This Ayat was a trial for Adam and Hawa. Satan tempted them to eat from the interdicted tree by suggesting that it would make them immortal and give them eternal power and glory. He also falsely promised that they would come like angels or indeed like Allah Himself. Hazrat Adam (A.S) and Hawwa( Eve) were deceived by Satan and defied God’s command by eating from the interdicted tree. This act of defiance redounded in them feeling a sense of shame and guilt, and they incontinently realized their bareness.


Hazrat Adam (A.S) lamented to Allah for his mistake of eating from the interdicted tree in the Garden of Eden. The Quran mentions in Surah Al-A’raf( 723) that Hazrat Adam turned to Allah in penitence and asked for remission.
Allah, in His mercy, forgave him and guided him to the right path. As mentioned in the Quran.
In a Hadith that Adam wept for 60 times for his loss of paradise and 70 times for his mistake. Allah accepted their penitence but also deprived them from the blessings of heaven.


Hazrat Adam (A.S) and Hawwa( Eve) were transferred to Earth after their expatriation from paradise, but there’s no citation in the Quran or Islamic literature that they were separated and placed in different places. In fact, Islamic training suggest that Hazrat Adam (A.S) and Hawwa remained together on Earth, where they raised their children and their descendants spread throughout the Earth. The Quran mentions that Allah tutored Hazrat Adam (A.S) the names of all effects and guided him and his family to the right path.

Hazrat Adam and Hawwa( Eve) were mortal beings, and like all humans, they ultimately failed. still, there’s no clear citation in the Quran or Islamic literature about the exact circumstances or age at which they failed.


The Teaching of Adam (A.S)

Hazrat Adam( Adam, the first man) tutored his children about the oneness of God and the significance of worshipping Him. He also tutored them about right and awry, and the consequences of their conduct. It’s believed that Hazrat Adam’s children, Habil( Abel) and Qabil( Cain), were both instructed by their father to offer a immolation to God. Habil offered a angel, which was accepted by God, while Qabil offered some of his crops, which weren’t accepted. This led to covetousness and resentment between the two brothers, and Qabil eventually boggled Habil.


Hazrat Adam (A.S) is also said to have tutored his children about the creation of the macrocosm and the natural world, as well as the purpose of mortal life. He’s believed to have emphasized the significance of seeking knowledge and understanding God’s will.Hazrat Adam’s training to his children were concentrated on the deification of God, the significance of moral values and ethics, and the pursuit of knowledge and understanding. These training have been passed down through Islamic tradition and are still considered applicable moment.

Hazrat Adam was succeeded by a line of prophets, beginning with Hazrat Sheeth( Seth). Hazrat Sheeth was the son of Hazrat Adam and Hawwa and is believed to have been born after the death of Hazrat Abel( Habil), who was boggled by his family Hazrat Cain( Qabil).



Hazrat Sheeth is considered to be the alternate prophet in Islam and is believed to have continued the training of his father Hazrat Adam, including the deification of one God and the significance of moral values and ethics. After Hazrat Sheeth, other prophets were transferred by God to guide humanity, including Hazrat Nuh( Noah), Hazrat Ibrahim( Abraham), Hazrat Musa( Moses), and Hazrat Isa( Jesus), among others. The final prophet in Islam is Hazrat Muhammad, who’s considered to be the seal of the prophets and the last runner transferred by God.