Anonymous asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 1 decade ago

Ramadan: What is the significance of each of these surahs?





Salam, and thanks :)


I don't mean the translation, but why is it important? I know it's important to recite the whole Quran, but right now...what is the importance of these surahs?

Update 3:

yeah, thanks guys :)

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    Ar-Rahman is often regarded as the 'beauty of the Quran', in accordance with a hadith: Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud reported that the Prophet Muhammad said, "Everything has an adornment, and the adornment of the Qur'an is Surah ar Rahman" [Bayhaqi in Shuab al Eiman]

    The main theme of the Surah is giving manifestation and fruits to the attribution of Allah's mercy and grace, which is evident right from the beginning, till the very end.

    Definite ar-raḥmānu like Allāh has a long ā that irregularly remains unexpressed in writing, الرحمن, but may be indicated by a diacritic alif. Indefinite raḥmānun on the other hand has an alif, رحمان. It is from the root R-Ḥ-M "to feel sympathy or pity" and as an epithet of God may be translated as "The Beneficent, The Compassionate". It co-occurs with ar-raḥīm in the Basmala: ar-raḥmān, according to Lane, is more intensive, including in its objects the believer and the unbeliever, while 'ar-raḥīm has for its peculiar object the believer

    Al-Waqiah is an Arabic name that means Inevitable, Event or Revolution. It is the 56th Surah of the Quran, it was revealed in Makkah. The total number of verses in this surah are 96.It starts with Izaa waqaatil Waqiah which means "when the inevitable cometh to pass".

    Like with many other surahs, Sura Al-Waqia also has benefits from recitation:

    Abdullah ibn Mas'ud reported that the Prophet said, "Whoever recites surah al Waqiah at night would never encounter poverty" [Ibn as-Sunni 620, Bayhaqi]According to Ustadz Quddus, reading Suratul Waqiah during dawn, your money will never be zero.

    The Prophet Muhammad also said:

    "Surah al Waqiah is the Surah of Wealth, so recite it and teach it to your children" [Ibn Asakir]

    Al-Mulk- The name of this sura refers to Malik al Mulk (Arabic: مالك الملك‎) 'The Owner of All Sovereignty', literally 'king of the realm', one of the 99 Names of Allah. The sura preaches the infinite power of Allah and states that those who reject warnings of Prophets will be companions of the Blazing Fire, meaning they will be punished in Hell.

    It has been told in Hadith that Prophet Muhammad has said that if every night Surat ul-Mulk is recited, then the reciter shall be protected from the tortures of the grave.

    Source(s): wiki
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    1 decade ago


    Please do not trust wiki any person can add/change the text that is put there.


    The benefits of Surah al Waqiah (56)

    The Prophet said, ‘Whoever recites surah al Waqiah at night would never encounter poverty’ [Ibn Sunni 620]

    The Prophet said, ‘Surah al Waqiah is the Surah of Wealth, so recite it and teach it to your children’[Ibn Asakir]

    The Benefits of Surah al Mulk (67)

    The Prophet said, ‘There is a surah in the Qur’an which is only thirty verses. It defended whoevere\recited it , until it puts him into paradise ‘ i.e.Surah al Mulk[Fath al Qadir 5/257, Sahihul Jamiea 1/680, Tabrani inAl-Awsat & Ibn Mardawaith]

    The Prophet said, ‘Surah al Mulk is the protector from the torment of the grave ‘[Sahihul Jamiea 1/680, Hakim 2/498 & Nasai]

    Jabir (radiAllahu anhu) said it was the custom of the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihe wasallam not to go to sleep until he had read Tabarakalladhi Biyadihil Mulk and Alif Laam Meem Tanzeel. [Ahmad, Tirmidhi and Darami]

    Anas (radiAllahu anhu) reported Rasulullah (sallallahu alaiyhi wasalam) as saying, “There is a Surah which will plead for its reciter\till it causes him to enter paradise (Tabarakalladhi Biyadihil Mulk).”[Tabrani]“


  • 1 decade ago

    Ar-Rahman - Beauty of the holy Quraan

    Al-Waqiya - Wealthy

    Al-Mulk - Save you in afterworld

    Not sure.

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