List Of Sura's

Luqman (Luqman)

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In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Our Prophet (PBH), through the very first revelation of the Quran, was ordered:
“Recite in the name of your Fosterer…” (Chapter 96: Verse 1) and the name of his and our Fosterer is Allah (SWT), as is evident from the very first verse of the first chapter of the Quran:
“Praise is due only for Allah (SWT), the Fosterer of the worlds”. (Chapter 1: Verse 1)
In view of this order of Allah (SWT), we should recite/read before starting the recitation or reading of the Holy Quran which is a part of the Quran, occurring at the beginning of 113 out of 114 chapters of the Quran and also as part of verse No. 30 of chapter 27 of the Quran. Through Chapter 16: Verse 98, Allah Taala further orders:
“So when you recite/read the Quran, seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”.
This means that we are required to pray; (Aoozu Billahi min Ash shaitaanir Rajeem) meaning: “I seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”, even before reciting or reading: (Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem)

Shuru Allah ke naam se jo hum per taras kha ker faida pahunchane wala hai

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Alif Laam Miim.

See Vs 2:1

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Some of the qualities of the successful persons are mentioned who follow the Quran full of wisdom, guidance and mercy

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a guidance and a mercy for the doers of good,

Some of the qualities of the successful persons are mentioned who follow the Quran full of wisdom, guidance and mercy

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Some of the qualities of the successful persons are mentioned who follow the Quran full of wisdom, guidance and mercy

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Some of the qualities of the successful persons are mentioned who follow the Quran full of wisdom, guidance and mercy

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And among mankind is he who purchases (as his) pastime issue, misleading of (people) from the way of Allah, without having (any) knowledge, and takes it as a mockery. Those are the persons for whom there is a disgraceful punishment.

The qualities of unsuccessful persons are described who mislead people without knowledge and turn away proudly from the Quran.

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The qualities of unsuccessful persons are described who mislead people without knowledge and turn away proudly from the Quran.

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The righteous will be in paradise.

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The righteous will be in paradise.

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He has created the skies (heavenly bodies) without any support that you see, and He has put mountains in the earth lest it should shake with you, and He has spread in it all (kinds) of moving creatures, and We sent down water from the sky, then We caused every kind of beneficial (thing) to grow therein.

See Vs 13:2 and 16:15 No one other than Allah (SWT) can create anything.

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See Vs 13:2 and 16:15 No one other than Allah (SWT) can create anything.

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And indeed We gave wisdom to Luqman, that: be grateful to Allah, and one who is grateful then he is grateful only for (the benefit of) his own soul, and one who is ungrateful then Allah is certainly Independent, Praised,

Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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and when Luqman said to son while admonishing him, “”O my son! do not associate (any partner) with Allah. Polytheism is certainly a great injustice.””

Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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And We have enjoined on man regarding his parents, his mother carried him (in states of) weakness upon weakness, and his weaning (was completed) in two years, (so these obligations demand) that (you) be grateful to Me and to your parents, towards Me is the destination. (P 20

Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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And if they strive with you that you should associate with Me (something) about which you have no knowledge, then do not obey them, but keep company with them in this world (in a manner that is) recognized (as good), and follow the way of him who turns to Me, then to Me is your return, then I will inform you about that which you used to do.

Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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O my son! establish worship (salat) and enjoin that which is recognized (as good) and stop (people) from that which is not recognized (as good) and be patient on whatever befalls on you, that certainly is among the deciding factors of affairs.

Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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And do not turn away your cheek boastfully from people nor walk proudly in the earth, Allah certainly does not like anyone who considers himself great, boastful.
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Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.

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And be moderate in your walk and lower your voice, the harshest of voices is certainly the voice of the ass.”” (R 2)
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Allah (SWT) had given wisdom to Luqman. Being grateful to Allah (SWT) is a sign of wisdom and it is beneficial for one who is grateful. One has to be grateful to parents too for the pains they take in bringing up children. They are not to be obeyed if they preach polytheism, but one has to give them company in a good manner i.e. they are not to be left off. Luqman gave some very valuable advises to his son.