﴿62﴾ وَمِن دُونِهِمَا جَنَّتَانِ
﴿63﴾ فَبِأيِّ آلَآء رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ
62. And besides these two Gardens, there are two
63. Then which of the Blessings of your Lord will
you both [jinn and men] deny?
Resuming the discussion the two Gardens in Paradise in store for the God fearing
and the enumeration of Divine Blessings, the blessed Verse 62 makes mention of
two Gardens in Paradise located on a lower level reserved naturally for those
who are on a lower level of belief in and fearing God Almighty. In other words,
there is a hierarchy in terms of belief in God Almighty and doing righteous good
deeds. Thus, the blessed Verse in question is saying that two other Gardens are
to be found on a level lower than that of the aforementioned Gardens. There are
two interpretations for the blessed Verse one of which was already mentioned.
According to the other interpretation, the phrase "besides these two" (min
dunihimā) connotes that there are two other Gardens for the same believers
who may enjoy themselves in those two Gardens as well, since man seeks diversity
by nature and is delighted by the same. Nonetheless, taking into account the
contextual meaning and the traditions narrated regarding the interpretation of
the blessed Verse in question, the former interpretation is seemingly more
consistent. Thus, according to a tradition narrated from Imam Sādiq (AS): "Do
not say that Paradise is one since God Almighty says that
 Tafsīr Majma‘ al-Bayān.