INTRODUCTION OF HOLY QURAN.
Holy Quran is not a simple book but a guide for a happier life. It was revealed to Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)1400 years ago. This book is full of events and tales of people lost and late shows us how to live a happy life and how to be wrong, so we’re not shameful before Allah. Allah says that he is more generous and kind but he has agreed to pursue the wrong path and the bad so that Hell awaits you.
The Qur’an describes itself (al-furqān), (umm al-kitāb), (Huda), (hikmah), (dhikr), (tanzīl; something sent down, indicating an object’s descent from the highest places to the lowest), while it also refers in the Arabic language to other scriptures, such as al-kitāb (“the Book”). The word ‘mus’haf’ is used frequently to refer to some Quranic manuscripts but also to describe previously disclosed books in the Qur’an.
Islamic tradition states that during one of his solitary retreats to the mountains, Muhammad got his first revelation in the Hira cellar. Afterward, for a period of 23 years, he got revelations. According to Hadith and Muslim history, he ordered many of his companions to recite the Qur’an, to read, and to instruct the laws that had been made public every day after Mohammed had immigrated to Medina and established an autonomous Muslim community. It is claimed that some of the Quraysh who were captured in Bader’s battle was released after teaching some Muslims the basic writing of their time. Therefore, a community of Muslims became literate gradually. When it was first said
Islamic tradition states that during one of his solitary retreats to the mountains, Muhammad got his first revelation in the Hira cellar. Afterward, for a period of 23 years, he got revelations. After Muhammad migrated to Medina and established an autonomous Muslim community, he ordered a number of his companions, according to Hadith and Muslim history, to recite the Quran and study the laws revealed every day. It is claimed that some of the Quraysh who were captured in Bader’s battle was released after teaching some Muslims the basic writing of their time. Therefore, a community of Muslims became literate gradually. When it was first said
114 Surahs are divided into the Quran into two groups, Makki Surahs and Madni Surahs. Both Surahs of the Qur’an are not the same in length some are long and some are short which were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). The Quran’s longest Surah is Surah Al Baqarah which includes 286 verses and the shortest Surah of the Quran is Al-Kawthar with just three verses. Of the 114 Surah, Makki Surahs, and 28 Madni Surahs are chapters in Quran 86. There are 6666 verses in the complete Surah of the Quran. Each Sura of the Qur’an is as important and profound, but Surah Yaseen is also important.
WHICH SURAHS ARE MOSTLY READING.
The all Surahs of the Quran is equally significant and have some message for Muslims which guide the people on a different part of life but there are some Surahs which people should read daily are:
Its 56th Surah of Quran which revealed in Makkah has a total of 96 verses and 3 rukus. This surah protects against poverty as Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) said that whoever reads Surah Waqia every night will not face poverty.
It is the 67th Surah of the Quran having 30 verses, 337 words, and 2 rukus. People should read it daily at night because it will help you from the agony of the grave.
It is the 36th Surah of the Quran and has 5 rukus and 83 verses and is a Makki Surah. Reciting Surah Yaseen will help you in solving daily life problems and stop many doubts of the heart.
Surah Al Rahman:
It is the 55th of the Quran which has 78 verses. The word Rahman means the most beneficent and it’s a Makki Surah of the Quran. Reading Surah Rahman has many benefits like whoever reads this Surah will never experience bad times.
Prophets were sent to warn and educate their nation. Although they were normal humans, they were distinguished as they were chosen as a messenger, to convey the message of God or a book they received from Allah. They also were chosen as an example for their nation, in regards to how they practiced and implemented the divine commands and messages of God. Here we will be mentioning the prophets, in order of how many times they were directly mentioned in the Quran.
Musa (Moses) mentioned 136 times
Ibrahim (Abraham) – 69 times
Nuh (Noah) – 43 times
Lut (Lot) 27 times
Yusof (Joseph) 27 times
Isa (Jesus) – 25 times
Harun (Aaron) 20 times
Sulayman (Solomon) 17 times
Ishaq (isaac) 17 times
Dawud (David) 16 times
Adam 25 times
Yaqub (Jacob) 16 times
Ismael (Ishmael) 12 times
Shuayb 11 times
Salih 9 times
Zakaria 7 times
Hud 7 times
Yahya 5 times
Muhammad 4 times
Yunus (Jonah) 4 times
Ayyub (Job) 4 times
Idris (Enoch) – twice
Alyssa (Elisha) – twice
Elyas (Elijah) – twice
Thul Kifl (Ezekiel) – twice
Muhammad is not but a messenger. [Other] messengers have passed on before him. So if he was to die or be killed, would you turn back on your heels [to unbelief]? And he who turns back on his heels will never harm Allah at all, but Allah will reward the grateful.
Indeed, Allah sends blessings upon the Prophet, and His angels [ask Him to do so]. O you who have believed, ask [Allah to send] blessings upon him and ask [Allah to grant him] peace.”
ذَٰلِكَ الْكِتَابُ لَا رَيْبَ ۛ فِيهِ ۛ هُدًى لِّلْمُتَّقِينَ
This is the Scripture whereof there is no doubt, a guidance unto those who ward off (evil)
Al-Baqara – 2:2
صُمٌّ بُكْمٌ عُمْيٌ فَهُمْ لَا يَرْجِعُونَ
Deaf, dumb, and blind, they will not return (to the path)
Al-Baqara – 2:18
أَتَأْمُرُونَ النَّاسَ بِالْبِرِّ وَتَنسَوْنَ أَنفُسَكُمْ وَأَنتُمْ تَتْلُونَ الْكِتَابَ ۚ أَفَلَا تَعْقِلُونَ
Enjoin ye righteousness upon mankind while ye yourselves forget (to practice it)? And ye are readers of the Scripture! Have ye then no sense?
Al-Baqara – 2:44
And they who reject Our communications are deaf and dumb, in utter darkness; whom Allah pleases He causes to err and whom He pleases He puts on the right way. (Sura Anam 6:39)