Jannat ul Mala is a term used in Islamic tradition to refer to the highest level of Paradise (Jannah). It is also known as the Garden of Refuge or the Garden of Eternity. It is believed to be a place of ultimate peace and happiness, where believers are reunited with their loved ones who have also been granted entry into Jannah.
According to Islamic belief, Jannat ul Mala is the ultimate reward for a righteous life lived in accordance with the teachings of Islam. It is described as a place of pure bliss, where believers will be surrounded by beauty and luxury beyond their wildest imagination. The Quran mentions Jannat ul Mala in several verses, including Surah Al-Ghashiyah and Surah Al-Infitar.
In Islamic tradition, it is believed that the righteous will be welcomed into Jannat ul Mala by the Prophet Muhammad and other prophets, and that they will be served by angels and will have access to rivers of pure water, fruit trees, and gardens of perpetual bliss. The rewards of Jannat ul Mala are said to be far beyond anything that can be experienced in this life, and are therefore considered to be the ultimate goal for all believers.