: Al-Qur'an and Plurality: Building Heterogeneous Social Lives. This article studies the pluralism related concepts according to the verses of the Qur'an. All the world religions at a certain time had overruled by secular pressure and had controlled the fundamentals of moral-spiritual message for the sake of the political ambition and interest of their certain communities. The Qur'an informs that religious pluralism is something natural, and humankind is created in plurality, and even if God so Will, He should have created man in a single community, although this is contrary to the fact. The author finds that pluralism according to the Qur'an, does not only cater the proper Muslim lives internally, but, above all, also provide for the spirit of living together with other community both in matters of religious, national and International lives.