surah fatiha with urdu translation and tafseer pdf
surah fatiha with urdu translation and tafseer pdf Free Download in Arabic with Tarjuma from the links below in this article. Surah Al-Fatihah or Praise is the first surah of the Holy Quran to be given the title Umm Al-Kitab. It is one of Mickey’s suras and is found in the first paragraph. It is reckoned in short surahs or sura-quasar, although according to narrations and hadiths,
it has a very great meaning and is the basis of the Quran. Surah Hamd is recited in all obligatory and recommended prayers and its theme is Tawhid and praise to God. Because of this Surah, its revelation is said to have brought no torment to the Islamic Ummah. It is essential to recite Surah Hamd in the obligatory prayers, to blow on the sick and to keep the dead in the grave.
The real name of this Surah is Fatiha al-Kitab. Because it is the first surah of the Holy Quran and the Quran is opened from this surah and the first surah revealed from all the surah of the Holy Prophet at once. Given the importance of this Surah, 20 of the most famous names are mentioned including Hamd, Saba Al-Muthani, Umm Al-Quran, Kinz, Asas, Manajat, Shifa, Dua, Kafiya, Wafia, Raqiyah (i.e. i.e. one who gives refuge ) Surah Al-Hamd was revealed twice, once in Makkah in the early days of enlightenment and once in Madinah after the Qibla shift.
For this reason, it is also called the “bubble”. But since it was first revealed in Makkah, it has been categorized as a mukki surah. This surah is the first surah in terms of the order of the mushaf and the order of the collection of the Quran and the fifth surah in terms of revelation. Moreover, the first sura is the one that was revealed all at once.
Surah Al-Fatiha consists of seven verses, 29 words and 143 letters. This Surah is one of the smallest Surahs in the Quran in terms of volume and words, i.e. “Mufsalat” and is also one of the short Mufsal Surahs. Although this Surah is a short Surah according to Hadith, it is great and grand in terms of meaning, it is the basis of Umm Al-Kitab and the Quran.