Quran is the ultimate divine guidance bestowed upon Prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him. It is the final and last message of Allah SWT sent to human beings. It contains the basic beliefs of Islam, Islamic laws and jurisprudence, stories of ancient prophets, the initial history of Islam, and much more. It consists of 30 Ajazas (Para). Every Juz is divided into different small and large sections called Suras. There are 114 chapters in the Quran. Among all of them, the last ten surahs of the Quran have a unique significance.
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These surahs are short and easy to learn, comprehend, and memorize. These surahs are very important according to Islamic traditions. Let’s have a look at a brief description of the last ten surahs.
1. Surah Al Fil: (The Elephant)
This Surah of the Quran is the 10th last Surah of the Quran. It describes the incident in which a Christian ruler named Abraha attacked Ka’aba. This incident occurred when Prophet Muhammad SAW was not born yet. At that time, the grandfather of Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him was the guardian of Ka’ba. The magnificent army of Abraha was destroyed by tiny sparrows called Ababeel. This was an unforgettable incident in Arabic history.
2. Surah Quraish:
This is the 9th last Surah of the Quran. In this Surah, Allah Almighty describes His blessings and bounties that He had bestowed on the Quraish. Quraish was the tribe with which Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him belonged. They were the custodians of Khana Ka’aba.
3. Sura Maa’uun:
This surah emphasizes the duties of a man towards other human beings. According to Islam, there are two types of duties assigned to every human being i.e. Huqooq ul Allah (rights of Allah Almighty), and Huqooq ul Ibaad (rights of other human beings).
This surah emphasizes on getting Allah’s blessings by performing your duties towards other human beings.
4. Sura tul Kauthar:
This is the shortest surah of the Quran, consisting of only 3 verses. In this Surah, Allah Almighty describes the bounties of Allah SWT upon Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him. Allah Almighty promises the Holy Prophet Saw to protect his name and that the name of his enemy will vanish.
5. Sura tul Kafiroon:
In this Surah, Allah Almighty warns the disbelievers against their Kufr. In this Surah the Allah Almighty told the disbelievers in a clear-cut way that they are on their “deen” and Muslims are on their “Deen”
6. Sura tun Nasr:
In this surah, Allah Almighty promises the Muslims to bless them with victory. This surah also emphasizes the Muslims on showing gratitude towards Allah SWT.
7. Surah Lahab:
This surah condemns the actions of Abu Lahab, the real uncle of Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon Him. He was a bitter opponent of Islam and a prophet of Islam. He crossed every limit in his enmity.
8. Sura tul Ikhlas:
This surah emphasizes the oneness of Allah SWT. In this surah, Allah Almighty categorically announced his solidarity and oneness.
9. Sura tul Falaq:
This surah was given to Prophet Muhammad SAW as a protection mechanism for the Muslims. This Surah seeks Allah’s protection from the evil of darkness and mischief of the humans that perform black magic and things like that.
10. Surah Tun Naas:
This surah describes the might and powers of Allah SWT. This surah also seeks the protection of Allah SWT from the evils of human beings and jinns.
The Quran has a unique importance for every believer. Every single word of the Quran is significant for every Muslim. But the last ten Surahs of the Quran are of unique significance. These surahs can be easily memorized, so mostly the believers recite these surahs in their daily prayers. The last two surahs are very important in seeking Allah’s protection against black magic and evil powers working against a Muslim. So it is better to learn these Surahs. QuranHost has a complete set of courses for every believer to learn and understand the Quran. We teach the last ten Surahs of the Quran to young kids in our summer vacation program. Join QuranHost to be a part of the ultimate learning experience of the Quran.