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Al Quran

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No. of Surahs in Holy Quran
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114
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30
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No. of Ayats in Holy Quran
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6236*
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First Surah in Holy Quran
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Surah-e-Fatiha
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Last Surah in Holy Quran
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Surah-e-Nas
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Longest Surah in Holy Quran
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Bakara
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Shortest Surah in Holy Quran
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Surah-e-Kausar
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First revealed Surah
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Surah Al-Alaq
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The Years to complete revelation
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23 years
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Rukoos
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558**
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No. of Makki Surahs
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87
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27
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Author of Holy Quran
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Allah Almighty
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Al Quran

The book in the Arabic language “the recitation”, Also the Romanized Quran or Al-Quran is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe is a revelation of Deity (Allah).

It is widely regarded as the best work in traditional Arabic literature. Al-Quran is divided into sūrah chapters, a plural that is subdivided into verse.

Muslims Believe

Muslims believe that the Book was orally revealed by the Immortal to the final Prophet, Mohammad. Through the Angelica Archangelica Gabriel (Jibril), incrementally during a geological period of about 23 years. Beginning on December 22, 609 CE, when Mahomet He was 40, and concluding In 632, the year of his death. Muslims consider the Koran as Muhammad’s most important miracle.

A test of his prophetic character and the culmination of a series of divine messages that begin with those revealed to Crystal and end with Muhammad.

Signature

The signature “Quran” appears about 70 times in the text of the Quran, and it is also said that other names and words refer to the Quran.

Al-Quran assumes familiarity with the stories of John Roy Major recounted in the biblical script. It summarizes some, stops extensively in others and, in some cases, presents accounts of options and interpretations of events.

The book describes itself as a counseling record for humanity. Sometimes it offers detailed accounts of specific historical events and often emphasizes the importance of the moral examination of an event over its narrative sequence.

Hadith

Hadith oral and written traditions that complement the Quran are added; from careful authentication. It is believed that they describe Muhammad’s words and actions, and in some traditions also those closest to him.

In most denominations of Islam, the Quran is used together with Hadith to interpret the law of sharia (Islamic) nature. In a small twist of the denominations, only the Koran is used as rooting, an approach called Koran. During the prayers, the Quran is recited only in the Arabic language.

Islamic Beliefs

The Koranic content refers to basic Islamic beliefs, as well as to the reality of God and the resurrection. The narratives of the first prophets, the field of ethical and legal study. The historical events of Elijah Muhammad’s time, charity and attractiveness also appear in the Qur’an.

Quranic Verse

The Quranic verse contains general motivation regarding right and wrong, and historical events are related to the precise general moral/proper lesson. The verses related to natural phenomena have been interpreted by Muslims as a reading of the authenticity of the Quranic content.

Variant Readings of the Quran are a type of textual variation. According to Melcher, most disagreements have to do with the sound of the vowels to provide. Most of them in turn for events that do not reflect the dialectal dispute and approximately one in eight disagreements has to do with location.

The vocalization system, as such, seems to have been introduced towards the end of the ninth century. Since it would have been too expensive for most Muslims to buy a manuscript, the Quran transcript was carried out in a mosque to make them accessible to citizens.

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