Gates of Jannah (Paradise)

Do you ever wonder the rewards of those believers who worshiped Allah (SWT) all through their lives and strive to be better individuals daily?

Allah (SWT) told us in the glorious Qur’an in hundreds of verses that the reward for those who believe in him and do righteous deeds is Jannah.

We all might be familiar with the word “Jannah”, but do we know that there are eight different gates from which eight categories of people will enter into Jannah?

Allah (SWT) is merciful and has created each one of us with unique strengths, and has us all covered with his infinite mercy. 

Below are the eight gates of paradise and the various people who will enter through them.

  • Baab As-Salaat

This gate is reserved for the believers who punctually observe their Salaah with the proper manners, expecting goodness from their Lord (Allah).

  • Baab Al-Jihad

The believers who sacrificed their lives in the way of Islam through Jihad will be granted enterance into Jannah from this gate.

  • Baab Sadaqah

This gate is for the charitable believers who give Sadaqah sincerely in the way of Allah(SWT) without showing off their deeds.

  • Baab Al-Rayyaan

The believers who kept their fast with sincerity and with the intention to attain the blessings of Allah(SWT) will enter paradise through this gate.

  • Baab Al-Hajj

Those believers who observe the pilgrimage and turn back to the Almighty sincerely will be admitted to Jannah through this door.

  • Baab Al-Kaazimeen Al-Ghaiz Wal Aafina Anin Naas

This gate is reserved for the believers who controls and suppress their anger and forgive others.

  • Baab Al-Iman

Entry through this door is for those believers who were steadfast in their faith in Allah and trusted His decisions for them with beautiful patience.

  • Baab Al-Dhikr

The believers who constantly remembered Allah and did Dhikr will be allowed to enter Jannah through this gate. 

Are you striving to perfect at least one of your acts of worship?

Do you want to enter graciously through the gates on the day of judgement?

There’s still hope while you are alive. Seek the Almighty’s assistance and work sincerely on his path in anticipation for his Jannah.