Last 10 surahs of Quran with Urdu Translation pdf

The last 10 surahs (chapters) of the Quran, also known as the “closing surahs,” are some of the most important and meaningful in the Islamic faith. They contain powerful messages of guidance and wisdom, as well as verses that are particularly meaningful to Muslims during times of difficulty and stress.

Al-Nas

“An-Nas,” is a short surah that begins with the statement “I seek refuge in Allah from the accursed devil.” It serves as a protection against evil and harm, and is often recited before going to sleep or when undertaking a difficult task.

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Al-Falaq

Al-Falaq is the 113th chapter (surah) of the Quran, and it is a Meccan surah. The name Al-Falaq means “The Dawn” or “The Daybreak”. In this surah, God tells the Prophet Muhammad to seek refuge in Him from the evil of the darkness of the night and the morning. The surah also includes a warning against those who spread corruption and evil in the world.

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Al-Ikhlas

Al-Ikhlas is the 112th chapter (surah) of the Quran. The title of the surah, “Al-Ikhlas,” means “the purity” or “the refinement.” The surah is a brief statement of the Islamic creed, and it is considered one of the most important surahs in the Quran.

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Al-Masad

“Al-Masad” is a chapter in the Quran (111th chapter) consisting of only 5 verses. It is a Meccan sura, meaning it was revealed to the prophet Muhammad in Mecca before his migration to Medina.

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Al-Nasr

Al-Nasr, also known as “The Help” or “The Victory,” is the 110th and final surah of the Quran. It is a short surah, consisting of only 3 verses.

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Al-Kafirun

“Al-Kafirun,” is also a short surah that is meant to be recited by Muslims as a declaration of their faith and as a rejection of disbelief and polytheism. It begins with the statement “Say: O disbelievers.”
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Al-Kawthar

“Al-Kawthar,” is a surah that is believed to have been revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) during the early days of his mission in Mecca. It’s meaning is to inform the prophet of the immense blessings that Allah has prepared for him in the form of a river in paradise.

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Al-Maun

The 107th surah, “Al-Maun,” is a short surah that reminds Muslims of their duty to help the poor and needy. It begins with the statement “Have you seen him who denies the religion?”

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Al-Quraysh

The 106th surah, “Quraish,” is a surah that reminds the Quraish tribe, who were among the wealthiest people in Mecca, of the blessings they had received from Allah and urges them to use their wealth to help the less fortunate.

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Al-Fil

The 105th surah, “Al-Fil,” is a surah that relates the story of the elephant army sent by the King of Abyssinia against Mecca. This surah reflects on the power of Allah and his protection of the city and its people.

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