Quran Para 27 PDF and Recite Online

Para 27 of the Quran is one of the most significant paras of the Quran. It consists of 7 surahs: including Surah Al-Dhaiyat, Surat al Tur, Surat al Najm, Surah al Qamar, Surat Al-Rahman, Surat al-Waqia, and Surat al-Hadid. This chapter of the Quran focuses on different phases of life and guides Muslims to take the right path.

Quran Para 27 Details 

Para 27Details
Para NameWa Qalallazina & A’man Khalaq
Total Surah in Para 27Surah Adh-Dhariyat, Surat al Tur, Surah An-Najm, Surah Al-Qamar, Surah Ar-Rahman, Surah Al-Waqi’ah and Surah Al-Hadid
Total Ayat399
Total Page20
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Surah Al-Dhariyat – Torrential Gales

Juz 27 begins with Surat al-Dhariyat, which is a group of oaths on the wind. Wind is one of the basic elements that define life on Earth. It sustains the water cycle. The implied question is: wind – is the life-giving breeze that Allah has created, so how can you not accept that Allah possesses this power to resurrect back from death? Two more truths are highlighted: “And in the sky is your promised support” (22). Secondly, “We created the universe with our imagination and We keep expanding it” (47). Is this about the growing universe?

They are reminded of their forefather Ibrahim who was gifted with a child in his old age, therefore He can give the infertile couple as well. This is one more example of how the Quran attacks boundaries in concepts, many Makkans found it hard to believe in Resurrection. Then a warning to them of the end awaiting those who rejected this, and that theirs might be similar if they do not change course.

Surat al-Tur – The Mountain

Juz 27 resumes with a late Makkan Surah, Surat al-Tur. It presents natural and human history as evidence for the truth of Islamic beliefs. It opens with five powerful oaths as witnesses of the message of the Prophet ﷺ and threatens the disbelievers of Makkah: 7) “Your Lord’s punishment will surely be.”

Verse 21 lends credibility to the proverb: “You reap what you sow”; ” Every man is responsible for his deeds”. However, a concession is made for righteous people: their righteous children will come to meet them in Heaven even though they are not as good as their parents.

The conclusion: the Makkans are a bunch of stubborn people, ignorant and intolerant. It further commands the Prophet ﷺ to proceed with his mission in spite.

Surat al-Najm – The Star

The following Surat of Juz 27 is al-Najm. It was revealed in the mid-Makkan period when The Prophet ﷺ recited this Surah to Quraysh near Kaaba, they were amazed by its meaning and beat so much that they prostrated before it. The Quraysh claimed that the Messenger ﷺ was misguided. The Quran states that disbelievers are irrational, have no historical basis and they were doubters. 

The Surah distills the meaning of previous Scriptures in a pithy verse: “Every person will get what he has worked for” (39), therefore negating the Quraysh’s notion of idols having power for intercession. It concludes by stating: (“Judgement is here…and getting closer by every moment……Are you still surprised, guys? Again laughing at it while not merely crying?”)(58–60).

Surat al-Qamar – The Moon

Surat al-Qamar continues in Juz 27. The Prophet ﷺ was with a group of Quraysh one night on the plains of Mina outside Makkah and told them that they should believe, “Just split the moon into two parts”. Abdullah ibn Masood narrated that when Muhammad joined his hands together, at last it separated.

The Makkans are threatened with the terrible repercussions of their lack of faith. The points are put across through stories of four ancient people who opposed God’s Prophets and perished in vain. Each of the stories concludes with this warning, “How terrible were My punishment and warnings? We made the Quran easy to learn. Is there anyone who will bother reading it?”

Surat is Al-Rahman

The following Surat is Al-Rahman. This Makkan Surah states sixty-two gifts and favours of Allah “So which favours of your Lord will you deny?” it is repeated thirty-one times after mentioning two benefits. They are challenged over how they deny the Majestic, Creative and Powerful Lord.

Balance is everywhere in the universe. Just like in the animal kingdom, where balance must come as just dealings with each other more so even between family members and business partners. In trade, everything must be written thereon for it to become lawful and recorded in a register ascertaining its weight accurately.

The second section gives a horrifying image of Doomsday. This passage has a harsh tenor of Divine Anger. A foil to the luxuries, cool shades, delightful foods, and flowing streams of Paradise.

Surat al-Waqia – The Inevitable Event

Surat al-Waqia continues in Juz 27. It tells the Quraysh of dire results in case they deny 94 The Final Hour and Judgement Day are described as cataclysmic events. That day people will be separated into three groups. First of all, Paradise is blessed to those who struggled for Allah’s nearness. Then the right-hand group, who will live in a charming Paradise with some rank below them, and then comes out the thirds – people of the left hand are living in Hell.

The question of the beginning and end of life exposes the folly of those who deny Resurrection and urges the reader to examine closely some natural spectacles: who produces the semen? Who sends the rain down? Who made the fire? It teaches that the resurrection of humanity is not so different from a baby born out of spermatozoon or cereals growing from dead seeds, shoots coming in flames utilizing fire-kindling wood, and rain occasioned with clouds. 

Surat al-Hadid – The Iron

The Juz closes with Surat al-Hadid. It motivates charitable donations to attain the closeness of Allah. Charity reflects a person’s belief in Allah and acknowledges His benevolence. Charity means lending to Allah. In the Hereafter, it will be that light of believers which guides them towards Heaven. HypocritesIt is the next section and it talks about a rather uncharitable lot that was always in two minds “Neither with us nor separate” from them.

This verse instills a sense of urgency to give charity. To make one predisposed to giving in charity, love for this world is a dangerous obstacle completely disclosed only temporarily. Pretend you are looking at a plant that was once just a seed in the soil it grew, dried, and died turning into dry stubble. 

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