In 23 years, the Holy Prophet received the revelation of the Holy Quran following the announcement of His prophetic status at the age of 40. The Bible, Torat, and Zabur are the other two books, and this one is the most revered of them all. Additional tiny Sahi-fas, in addition to these four Holy Books, were also revealed to other prophets. Only the Holy Quran may make the claim to be written in the language of Allah. This book explores the connection between people and God as seen through the Holy Prophet.
Being the Book of Allah, this book has been elevated to the point that no one can evaluate it. This is the tremendous marvel that Allah has declared in the Holy Quran, and the words of the Quran in the form of verses are in such a fashion that no one can claim to have created such words. It is also true that the intelligence of a creature cannot compare to that of Allah, the All-Wise. Here are 10 things that everyone should know about the online holy Quran teaching academy:
- The Holy Quran has 114 Surahs and more than 6236 verses (“ayah”), all of which are split into “30” “parts (“Juz”), each of which is divided into two parties, making a total of “60” parties in the Holy Quran.
- In the Qur’an, Surat Al-Baqarah is the longest while Surat Al-Kawthar is the shortest.
- With the exception of Surah “Al-Tawbah” and Surah al-Naml, all Surahs begin with the Bismillah.
- In the Holy Quran, each Surah has a unique name, and some Surahs have multiple names. Thus, there are more than “20” names for Surah “Al-Hamd,” such as Al-Fatihah, Umm Al-Kitab, AlSab’a Mathanis, Al-Kinz, AlWafia, AlKafia, AlShafia, and so on.
- Through the angel Gabriel, Allah revealed the Holy Quran to the Prophet Muhammad, may God grant him peace.
- The reward for reciting the Holy Quran is doubled by ten because for every word recited, ten good deeds will be performed in place of just one.
- The Prophet, may Allah bless him, was 40 years old when the Holy Quran was revealed, and he used to worship at the cave of Hira at that time.
- Muhammad, Adam, Ibrahim, Ismail, Elias, Idris, Job, Jesus, Moses, Noah, Lot, Joseph, Jacob, Joshua, Hood, Younis, Saleh, Shuaib, Daoud, Yahya, Zakaria, Zulkifl, Suleiman, Harun, and Ismail Sadiq al-Waad are among the (25) prophets whose names and biographies are referenced in the Holy Quran.
- It’s vital to remember that, contrary to popular belief, the Prophet Muhammad did not write the Quran.
- The Quran supports the facts rather than challenging modern science. The Quran’s abundance of verses that precisely explain natural phenomena in a variety of scientific domains, including embryology, meteorology, astronomy, geology, and oceanography, is one of its most impressive features.