The Quran is the word of God, uncreated (the online Quran is an interpretation in English). The Quran was revealed more than 1400 years ago, for 23 years to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the Angel Gabriel reviewed it with the Prophet on the occasion of each month of Ramadan.
The Quran is also the holy book that Muslims recite and turn to for guidance in all aspects of their lives. It is the last testament in a series of divine revelations from God.
The Quran has 114 suras and the number of verses in the Quran is equal to 6236 verses. Below is the translation of the online Quran in english for all the suras. You can also listen to the Quran.
|1||surah Al-Fatihah (The Opening)||7|
|2||surah Al-Baqarah (The Cow)||286|
|3||surah Aali Imran (The Family Of Imran)||200|
|4||surah An-Nisa (Women)||176|
|5||surah Al-Ma’idah (The food)||120|
|6||surah Al-An’am (The Cattle)||165|
|7||surah Al-A’raf (The Elevated Places)||206|
|8||surah Al-Anfal (The Spoils Of War)||75|
|9||surah At-Taubah (Repentance)||129|
|10||surah Yunus (Jonah)||109|
|11||surah Hud (Hud)||123|
|12||surah Yusuf (Joseph)||111|
|13||surah Ar-Ra’d (The Thunder)||43|
|14||surah Ibrahim (Abraham)||52|
|15||surah Al-Hijr (The Rock)||99|
|16||surah An-Nahl (The Bee)||128|
|17||surah Al-Isra (The Night Journey)||111|
|18||surah Al-Kahf (The Cave)||110|
|19||surah Maryam (Mary)||98|
|20||surah Taha (Taha)||135|
|21||surah Al-Anbiya (The Prophets)||112|
|22||surah Al-Haj (The Pilgrimage)||78|
|23||surah Al-Mu’minun (The Believers)||118|
|24||surah An-Nur (The Light)||64|
|25||surah Al-Furqan (he Criterion)||77|
|26||surah Ash-Shu’ara (The Poets)||227|
|27||surah An-Naml (The Ant)||93|
|28||surah Al-Qasas (The Narrative)||88|
|29||surah Al-Ankabut (The Spider)||69|
|30||surah Ar-Rum (The Romans)||60|
|31||surah Luqman (Lukman)||34|
|32||surah As-Sajdah (The Adoration)||30|
|33||surah Al-Ahzab (The Allies)||73|
|34||surah Saba (Sheba)||54|
|35||surah Al-Fatir (The Rangers)||45|
|36||surah Ya-Sin (Yasine)||83|
|37||surah As-Saffah (Les Rangés)||182|
|38||surah Sad (Sad)||88|
|39||surah Az-Zumar (The Companies)||75|
|40||surah Ghafar (The Forgiving One)||85|
|41||surah Fusilat (Revelations Well Expounded)||54|
|42||surah Ash-Shura (The Counsel)||53|
|43||surah Az-Zukhru (The Embellishment)||89|
|44||surah Ad-Dukhan (The Evident Smoke)||59|
|45||surah Al-Jathiyah (The Kneeling)||37|
|46||surah Al-Ahqaf (The Sandhills)||35|
|47||surah Muhammad (Muhammad)||38|
|48||surah Al-Fat’h (The Victory)||29|
|49||surah Al-Hujurat (The Chambers)||18|
|50||surah Qaf (Qaf)||45|
|51||surah Adz-Dzariyah (The Scatterers)||60|
|52||surah At-Tur (The Mountain)||49|
|53||surah An-Najm (The Star)||62|
|54||surah Al-Qamar (The Moon)||55|
|55||surah Ar-Rahman (The Merciful)||78|
|56||surah Al-Waqi’ah (That Which is Coming)||96|
|57||surah Al-Hadid (The Iron)||29|
|58||surah Al-Mujadilah (She Who Pleaded)||22|
|59||surah Al-Hashr (The Exile)||24|
|60||surah Al-Mumtahanah (She Who is Tested)||13|
|61||surah As-Saf (The Ranks)||14|
|62||surah Al-Jum’ah (The Day of Congregation)||11|
|63||surah Al-Munafiqun (The Hypocrites)||11|
|64||surah At-Taghabun (The Cheating)||18|
|65||surah At-Talaq (The Divorce)||12|
|66||surah At-Tahrim (The Prohibition)||12|
|67||surah Al-Mulk (The Kingdom)||30|
|68||surah Al-Qalam (The Pen)||52|
|69||surah Al-Haqqah (The Inevitable)||52|
|70||surah Al-Ma’arij (The Ladders)||44|
|71||surah Nuh (Noah)||28|
|72||surah Al-Jinn (The Jinn)||28|
|73||surah Al-Muzammil (The Mantled One)||20|
|74||surah Al-Mudaththir (The Clothed One)||56|
|75||surah Al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection)||40|
|76||surah Al-Insan (The Man)||31|
|77||surah Al-Mursalat (The Emissaries)||50|
|78||surah An-Naba (The Tidings)||40|
|79||surah An-Nazi’at (Those Who Pull Out)||46|
|80||surah Abasa (He Frowned)||42|
|81||surah At-Takwir (The Cessation)||29|
|82||surah Al-Infitar (The Cleaving Asunder)||19|
|83||surah Al-Mutaffifin (The Defrauders)||36|
|84||surah Al-Inshiqaq (The Rending)||25|
|85||surah Al-Buruj (The Constellations)||22|
|86||surah At-Tariq (The Night-Comer)||17|
|87||surah Al-A’la (The Most High)||19|
|88||surah Al-Ghashiyah (The Overwhelming Calamity)||26|
|89||surah Al-Fajr (The Dawn)||30|
|90||surah Al-Balad (The City)||20|
|91||surah Ash-Shams (The Sun)||15|
|92||surah Al-Layl (The Night)||21|
|93||surah Adh-Dhuha (The Early Hours)||11|
|94||surah Al-Inshirah (The Expansion)||8|
|95||surah At-Tin (The Fig)||8|
|96||surah Al-‘Alaq (The Clot)||19|
|97||surah Al-Qadar (The Majesty)||5|
|98||surah Al-Bayinah (The Proof)||8|
|99||surah Az-Zalzalah (The Shaking)||8|
|100||surah Al-‘Adiyah (The Assaulters)||11|
|101||surah Al-Qari’ah (The Terrible Calamity)||11|
|102||surah At-Takathur (Worldly Gain)||8|
|103||surah Al-‘Asr (Time)||3|
|104||surah Al-Humazah (The Slanderer)||9|
|105||surah Al-Fil (The Elephant)||5|
|106||surah Quraish (The Quraish)||4|
|107||surah Al-Ma’un (The Daily Necessaries)||7|
|108||surah Al-Kauthar (Abundance)||3|
|109||surah Al-Kafirun (The Unbelievers)||6|
|110||surah An-Nass (The Help)||3|
|111||surah Al-Massed (The Palm Fibre)||5|
|112||surah Al-Ikhlas (The Unity)||4|
|113||surah Al-Falak (The Daybreak)||5|
|114||surah Annass (The Men)||6|
Contrary to popular belief, the Quran in Arabic was written during the life of the Prophet of Islam. With each revelation, the available scribes (companions of the prophet) are called to write the verses or suras revealed. The messenger of God told them the order of the verses in order to complete the suras.
Among the known scribes we can cite Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Abu Bakr Assedik, Omar Ibn El Khatab, Khalid Ibn El Walid and many other Sahaba. At the end of the dictation, each scribe reread the written verses to be reviewed and corrected if necessary by the Prophet.
At the death of the Prophet in the year 13 of the Hijir, the year 632 of our era, the Koran was written but on several supports even if it was memorized by heart by hundreds of Muslims.
At the suggestion of Omar Ibn El Khatab during Abu Bakr's Khilafa, the Holy Quran in Arabic was collected by Zayd Ibn Thabit, one of the Prophet's scribes, resulting in the "Mosshaf". This first phase only collected the different fragments of the Divine text.
Ibn Thabite asked each companion of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) bringing back a written support of the Quran in Arabic, to have a witness who attests that this Koranic support was indeed written before the Messenger of God . If this is not the case, said support is not taken into consideration.
All the Holy Quran was gathered in this way except two verses: "من المؤمنين رجال صدقوا ما عاهدوا الله عليه فمنهم من قضض نحبه ومنهم من ينتظر وما بدلوا" from Surat al-Ahzeb, verse 23, and the last verse of Surah El Tawba "قد جاءكم رسول من أنفسكم عزيز عليه ما عنتم حريص عليكم بالمؤمنين رءوف رحيم". p>
These two verses were only found written in Companion Abu Khozayma. During the lifetime of the Prophet, the Messenger of God attested that the testimony of Abu Khozayma Ibn Fahde was worth two testimonies.
The Koran was thus transcribed in a Mosshaf. This version will remain with Caliph Omar throughout his khilafa (10 years) then with Hafsa the wife of the Prophet and daughter of Omar Ibn el Khatab, until the khilafa (reign) of Othman Ibn Affane.
At the time of Othman, during a war of Foutouhate, two Muslim armies met. An army from the "Shem" (Syria, Lebanon, Jordan today) and another from Iraq. During the camp everyone listened to the Koranic recitation of the other camp.
One day, a soldier recited a verse in this way "وأتموا الحج والعمرة للبيت" and another the corrected: you have to read "وأتموا الحج والعمرة لله". p>
Houthaifa Ibn el Yamane (companion of the Prophet Sala Lahu Alaihi Wassalam) listened to them and reported the incident to Caliph Othman. Houthaifa said to the cousin of the Prophet Muhammad "a solution must be found before this nation (the Muslims) divide like the Jews and the Christians".
Othman decided to compare these readings with the version written before the Messenger of God and validated by the companions of the Prophet in the time of Abu Bakr Assidik. The version "وَأَتِمُّوا الْحَجَّ وَالْعُمْرَةَ لِلبيت" was false, an error in memorizing the Quranic text.
To protect the Umma, Othman decides to keep the version validated by the Prophet of Islam (Sala Lahou Alayhi Wa Salem).
A Qurachides commission has been set up, chaired by Zayd Ibn Thabite. They are instructed to create several copies of the Mosshaf version written during the time of ‘Abu Bakr’. A version was sent to each major city (Koufa, Basra, Shem, Makka, Yemen, Bahrayne, and Medina) accompanied by an Imam to teach Muslims how to read the Koran (especially since at that time there was no had neither 'Tachkile' nor the 'Nikates').
Caliph Othman asked all Muslims to compare their versions of the Quran with these certified versions. If these corresponded to the certified version, they could keep it, if not destroy it.
The prophet forbids the writing of his tradition "Sunna" to have no risk of mixing his tradition and the sacred Word of God, even if the latter is protected by the Almighty "In truth it is We who We sent down the Koran, and We are its custodian”. It is for this reason that the hadith of the Prophet could only be written after his death.
Since its revelation, the Quran has remained preserved in its exact and primary text. Althoughthere are many translations of the Quran, they are all based on the unique and original Arabic script, which makes the Quran unique from previous scriptures in its sheer authenticity.
Many people mistakenly believe that the Quran was written by the Prophet Muhammad. In fact, the Quran is the preserved word of God. At the same time, one might ask, what evidence indicates that the Quran is the Word of God and not the writings of Prophet Muhammad. The Prophet Mohammad, however, was known to be illiterate, implying that he did not write the Quran.
Since the Quran is the universal guide to the perfect life, it should be recited and read with proper knowledge and ease.
Tajwid is not an exclusively religious term but it is mainly used in relation to the Quran. The word "Tajwid" basically means "improve or perform in a better way". In other words, it refers to the rules of pronunciation.
The Quran is the most important book of the Islamic religion. Knowing the Tajweed of the Quran (recitation and reading of the Quran), is rewarded with the blessings of Allah Almighty. It also gives you inner peace and serenity in your mind and heart.
If you are not learning Tajwid, then you are missing a fundamentally religious and spiritual part of your religion. This gives Tajweed the importance that he is a very important part in the recitation of this Holy Book. Therefore, learning the rules of Tajweed will help you improve your Quran recitation and increase your fluency.
The Quran is the most important book of the Islamic religion. Knowing the Tajweed (Quran reading), its recitation of the Quran rewarded with the blessings of Almighty Allah and Prophet Muhammad, also gives you inner peace and serenity in your mind and heart.
If you are not learning Tajweed, then you are missing a fundamentally religious and spiritual part of your religion. This gives Tajweed the importance that it is a very important part in the recitation and reading of Quran. Therefore, learning the rules of Tajweed will help you improve your Quran recitation.
As Ramadan approaches, most Muslims will rush to finish reading the Quran, but it is important to learn the virtues of reading this Noble Book, which will bring more motivation.
The Quran is full of gems, igniting your lifestyle to success and having many effects on your character and your afterlife. The Quran being revealed in the month of Ramadan makes this month even more special. So let us appreciate this gift from Allah and take it as our companion to reach greater spiritual heights. The virtues of the Holy Quran are listed here.
The first sura revealed is sura Al Alaq (96) which contains 19 verses.
" Read, in the name of your Lord who created, who created man from an adherence. Lily ! Your Lord is the Most Noble, who taught by the pen [the pen], taught man what he did not know...". sura Al Alaq (96)
Furthermore, sura El Fatiha, which is the first sura in the Moshaf, was the fifth sura revealed.
The last revealed (descended) verse of the Holy Quran, is verse 281 of Surah El Baquara. Moreover, scholars of Islamic sciences have not agreed on the last verse that has been revealed from the Qur'an, according to several accounts, in which each was talking about what his ijtihad had led him to, and he There is nothing in any of these versions that can be definitively confirmed.
However, several scholars like Imam An-Nasai, claim that the last verse revealed is verse 281 of Surah Al-Baqarah: “And fear the day when you will be returned to Allah. Then each soul will be fully rewarded for what it has acquired. And they will not be harmed”.
There are 114 surasin the Quran, each divided into ayats (verses). The chapters or suras are of unequal length. The longer surah is Al-Baqara. It contains 286 verses.
The shortest sura is Al-Kawthar (chapter 108). It only has three verses.