Assalamu Alaikum brothers in Islam,

I'm assuming that the the Preserved tablet is not written in any human language. Is this correct? Please provide some references.

Also, what language is the tablet written in then? A heavenly language? Or is language redundant when speaking of the Al Lawh Al Mafooz ?

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    What is the color of dog that will enter paradise? 2. To which tree did the staff of Moses belong to. Will these questions really help an individual in the hereadter – Praveenladak Nov 15 '18 at 3:16
  • What is the benefit of the knowledge gained by a possible answer if available! Allah knows best! And even "Arabic language" has "Historically" developed from earlier languages. What is the language of the paradise? and What was the language of Adam seem relevant. – Medi1Saif Nov 15 '18 at 9:23
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First think that Preserved Tablet is different from Quran. Many belief/faith Loha-e-Mehfooz is Quarn but not truth. This a divine preserving tablet in which the things that happened and are to happen, all moments in time and all beings in space, in short, everything is written on; it is the mirror of Divine knowledge, the book of fate and the program of the universe.

Everything has been written down and kept in it (36:12).

It is a register where there is the knowledge of everything that has happened and will happen (50:4).

It is a notebook where everything that has happened and will happen to every being eternally exists (57:22).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mrfKSYv_iI you will get more clear ideology/dogma ,hope so.

Language: from loh-e-mehfooz ,we only knowledge about that which told/taught by Hazrat Mohammad(s.a.w), so i think no reference occur about language.

Many scholars having faith that loh-e-Mehfooz is like man's memory .Memory contains the events that we experience, the places that we see, people that we know, voices that we hear, tastes that we taste, all impressions that we receive all our life long, all knowledge that we learn, but it still never becomes full.


  • "... it is the mirror of Divine knowledge" is a very controversial statement ... without evidence we can't imply that the Loha-e-Mehfooz also contains the "Ilm ul Ghaib" which is the dominion of only Allah and is known only to Him. – Ahmed Nov 15 '18 at 6:11

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