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Easy Surahs to Memorize

Question- What are some easy Surahs to Memorize ? Answer:

10 Easy Surahs to Memorize if you are a beginner

Surah Name English Translation Surah Number Number of Ayahs
An-Nas Mankind 114 6
Al-Falaq The Daybreak 113 5
Al-Ikhlas The Sincerity 112 4
Al-Masad The Palm Fiber 111 5
An-Nasr The Divine Support 110 3
Al-Kafirun The Disbelievers 109 6
Al-Kawthar The Abundance 108 3
Al-Ma’un The Small Kindnesses 107 7
Quraysh Quraysh 106 4
Al-Fil The Elephant 105 5
Some more Surah
Surah Name English Translation Surah Number Number of Ayahs
Al-Humazah The Traducer 104 9
Al-‘Asr The Declining Day 103 3
At-Takathur The Rivalry in World Increase 102 8
Al-Qari’ah The Calamity 101 11
Al-‘Adiyat The Courser 100 11
Az-Zalzalah The Earthquake 99 8
Al-Bayyinah The Clear Proof 98 8
At-Tin The Fig 95 8
Ash-Sharh The Relief 94 8

easy surah to memorise

Surah Al-Fatiha (The Opening)

Surah Al-Fatiha is the first Surah in the Quran and is considered the most essential. It is comprised of only seven verses and is recited in every unit of the Muslim prayer (Salat). Due to its frequent recitation, it is one of the first Surahs that many Muslims memorize.

Surah Al-Ikhlas (The Purity)

Surah Al-Ikhlas consists of only four verses but carries profound significance in Islamic theology. It succinctly describes the absolute oneness and uniqueness of Allah, making it a favorite for memorization.

Surah Al-Falaq (The Daybreak)

Surah Al-Falaq has five short verses and serves as a means of seeking protection from various forms of evil and harm. Its brevity and its importance in daily supplications make it a suitable Surah for memorization.

Surah An-Nas (The Mankind)

Similar to Surah Al-Falaq, Surah An-Nas is also composed of five verses and is recited for protection from evil influences. Its simplicity and significance make it an accessible choice for memorization.

Surah Al-Masad (The Palm Fiber)

Surah Al-Masad is a brief Surah consisting of five verses. It recounts the story of Abu Lahab, an adversary of Islam, and serves as a reminder of the consequences of opposing the truth.

Surah Al-Kawthar (The Abundance)

Surah Al-Kawthar is one of the shortest Surahs in the Quran, containing only three verses. It celebrates the abundant blessings and favors bestowed upon the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Surah Al-Asr (The Time)

Surah Al-Asr comprises three concise verses and conveys a powerful message about the importance of time and the path to salvation. Its brevity makes it an ideal Surah for memorization.

Surah Al-Qadr (The Power)

Surah Al-Qadr is a short Surah containing only five verses but carries great significance as it discusses the Night of Decree (Laylat al-Qadr) during Ramadan. Memorizing this Surah allows one to reflect on the special blessings of that night.

Surah Al-Humazah (The Slanderer)

Surah Al-Humazah consists of nine verses and warns against the habit of backbiting and slander. While it’s slightly longer than some other Surahs on this list, its message is important, and it’s relatively easy to memorize.

Surah Al-Feel (The Elephant)

Surah Al-Feel tells the story of the miraculous event when Allah protected the Kaaba from an army of elephants. With just five verses, it is a relatively short Surah and provides a unique historical context for memorization. These are short surah which can be easily memorised with practice. You can open an Online Quran and put the recitor on repeat. This can In sha Allah help you memorise the Easy Surahs.

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