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Importance and Benefits Of The Last Ten Surahs of the Holy Quran

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Every Surah mentioned in the Qur’an holds a historical base. However, one can learn about different events happened during the life of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) in the era before Islam stated in the last ten Surahs. Thus, we have highlighted the significance and benefits of the last ten Surahs of the Holy Quran below:

1. Surah Fil

As it was revealed in Makkah, it is also known as “Makki Surah”. Allah (SWT) has warned the believers in terms of arrogance and proud in this Surah.

Benefits of Surah Fil

Its recitation saves us from oppressor leaders. On reciting Surah Fil in every Fard Rakats, mountains would serve as the witness of his prayers on the Day of Judgment and will be sent to Jannah over Allah’s command, as per the narration of Imam Jafar as-Sadiq (RA).

2. Surah Quraysh

In this Surah, Allah made the people of Quraysh as “the Head of Allah’s House” who were then given honor in whole Arabia. They also executed trading through trailers towards the East and West areas throughout the year.

Benefits of Surah Quraish

Prophet (PBUH) shared recitation of Surah Quraysh weighs equal to performing I’tekaaf and Tawaaf ten times.

3. Surah Maun

Surah Maun is centered on the people living against the teachings of Prophet (PBUH) and offering prayers just to show their surroundings.

Benefits of Surah Maun

Its reciter would stay safe the whole day.

4. Surah Kausar

The opposing people of Quraysh enjoyed the day when the beloved son of our Prophet (PBUH) died. Allah then mentioned that He has “Al-Kauthar”, a river for Him in Heaven.

Benefits of Surah Kausar

Reciting Surah Kauthar will benefit the believers hereafter by offering them water from the wellspring of Kauthar.

5. Surah Kafiroon

The difference between Islam and the held religion of that time was clearly stated in this Surah.

Benefits of Surah Kafiroon

According to our Holy Prophet (PBUH), its recitation weighs equal to reading a quarter of the Quran. Surah Kafiroon can keep us safe the entire night if recited daily before sleeping.

6. Surah Nasr

This Surah supports the claim of Allah (SWT) that victory can only be achieved to Prophet (PBUH) and those who will convert into a Muslim.

Benefits of Surah Nasr

Frequent recitation of Surah Nasr awards the same position as of those people who were with Holy Prophet (PBUH) when Makkah was occupied.

7. Surah Lahab

Surah Lahab is based on Abu Lahab. He was highly against Prophet (PBUH) and his wife. Hence, he is considered to be the fuel of fire present in Hell.

Benefits of Surah Lahab

Reading this Surah is meant to be beneficial for curing the back pains.

8. Surah Ikhlaas

The main idea of this Surah is circled around one concept i.e. oneness of Allah.

Benefits of Ikhlaas

Quoting an incident, a poor man was once advised by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to “salaam” every time on entering the house, irrespective of the presence of people. Later on, that man went from few resources to abundance in rizq.

9. Surah Falaq

It is a prayer that is directed to seek safety from Allah for all the evils present.

Benefits of Surah Falaq

In the month of Ramadan, one who recites Surah Falaq in his prayers will achieve the reward of executing Umrah and Hajj and his fasting would be considered those held at Makkah, as stated by Prophet (PBUH)

10. Surah Naas

This Surah helps us in seeking shelter from Allah to stay safe from all the wrongdoings of Shaytaan which involves accusing ourselves in evil wishes and thoughts.

Benefits of Surah Naas

Muslims should recite this Surah every night to stay safe from Shaytaan and sins as advised by Imam Jafar as-Sadiq (RA).

Be sure to learn and remember these last ten surahs of the Holy Quran to keep you and your family safe.

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Noorullah Dadwall

Is suraj al asr one of the last 10 surahs kind person. THANK YOU IF YOU TELL ME!

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