35:12 wa maa yastawil baHraani haadhaa 'Adhbun furaatun saaigun sharaabuhuu wa haadhaa milHun ujaaj* wa min kul-lin ta'kuluuna laHman Tariy-yaw wa tastakhrijuuna Hilyatan talbasuunahaa* wa taral fulka fiyhi mawaakhira li tabtaguu min faDlihii wa la'Al-lakum tashkuruun
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Ahmed Raza Khan: Mohammed Aqib Qadri:
And the two seas are not alike; this is sweet, very sweet and palatable - and this is salty, bitter; and from each you eat fresh meat and extract the ornament which you wear; and you see the ship cleaving through it, so that you may seek His munificence, and in some way become grateful.
Nor are the two bodies of flowing water alike,- the one palatable, sweet, and pleasant to drink, and the other, salt and bitter. Yet from each (kind of water) do ye eat flesh fresh and tender, and ye extract ornaments to wear; and thou seest the ships therein that plough the waves, that ye may seek (thus) of the Bounty of Allah that ye may be grateful.
And the two seas are not alike: this, fresh, sweet, good to drink, this (other) bitter, salt. And from them both ye eat fresh meat and derive the ornament that ye wear. And thou seest the ship cleaving them with its prow that ye may seek of His bounty, and that haply ye may give thanks.