“The number of miracles in Surah Al-Kausar has amazed me.”
Al-Kausar is the smallest surah of the Qur’an and has a total of 10 words.
The Qur’an itself is a miracle.
- The first verse of Surah Al-Kausar has 10 letters.
- The second verse of Surah Al-Kausar has 10 letters.
- The third verse of Surah Al-Kausar has 10 letters.
- The most frequently occurring letter in this entire surah is the letter “a” which appears 10 times.
- The number of letters that appear in this surah only once is 10.
- All the verses of this surah end with the letter “R” which is the 10th letter in the alphabet.
- The Surahs of the Holy Quran which end in the letter “R”, there are 10 of them, of which Surah Al-Kausar is the last Surah.
The Facts of surah Kausar
The fact that the number 10 in the surah is that it is the 10th day of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah,
as Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Season for lurking and flooding”
“So pray and sacrifice.”
It is actually the day of sacrifice Glory be to Allah that all this came in the smallest
surah of the Holy Qur’an, which consists of one line.
What do you think about the big suras? That is why Allah Almighty said:
“If you have any doubt about what We have revealed to Our servant,
then bring a surah like it.” Each and every letter of the Qur’an al-Hakim fits in its place with such a great calculation and so much calculation that by moving it a little here and there, the whole calculation with which the miraculous glory of the Holy Qur’an is manifested becomes confused.
imagined such a fine calculation
No writer could have imagined such a fine calculation in such a big book.
These words in brackets are an example, otherwise the number of times each word of the Qur’an has been used
and its entire background is a vast world of knowledge and mysticism in its place.
the word world has been used
If the word world has been used 115 times, then the word hereafter has also been used 115 times. وعلیٰ ھٰذِہِ القِیاس۔ (World and Hereafter: 115) (Devils and Angels: 88)
(Death and Resurrection: 145) (Benefit and Corruption: 50) (Reward and Season 108) (Disbelief: 25) (City: 12)
Because city means only 12 months in a month and year (And the word day is used 360 times).
It is not up to any human writer to take care of this numerical relevance in such a large book,
but it does not end there.
According to the latest research, the number 19 is involved in the protection system of the Qur’an.
The credit for this astonishing discovery goes to an Egyptian doctor,
Rashid Khalifa, who was a professor of chemistry at an American university.
After transcribing the complete Qur’an on a computer in 1968, the verses of the Qur’an began to find a connection between their words and letters.
Gradually, more and more people joined the research, until in 1972 it became a regular school.
As the research progressed, mountains of surprises fell on them step by step.
the words and letters of the Qur’an al-Hakim
In the words and letters of the Qur’an al-Hakim, he saw an arithmetic sequence of which
the computers made up to that time were insufficient to fully comprehend.
The number 19 in the word of God is mentioned only in Surah Mudassir where Allah says:
We have appointed nineteen guardian angels in Hell. What is the wisdom in this? Only God knows, but it is clear that the number 19 is related to some protection of Allah.
Then, at the beginning of each surah, the first verse of the Qur’an, Bismillah, is placed as if it is related to the protection of the Qur’an,
because we see that the total number of letters of Bismillah is only 19.
Then it is even more astonishing to see that four words are used in order in Bismillah
and research on them proves that the name is used 19 times in the whole Qur’an.
The word الرَّحَمَان is used 57 times which is a result of 3 × 19 and the word الرَّحِيم is used 114 times which is a result of 6 × 19 and the word Allah is used 2699 times in the whole Qur’an is 142 × 19, but here the rest is one Remains, which clearly means that the Holy Essence of Allah is not subject to any calculation, He is One.
The number of Surahs of the Holy Quran is 114 which is 6 × 19.
Bismillah was not revealed at the beginning of Surah At-Tawbah but in Surah An-Naml verse 30 he revealed the complete Bismillah and confirmed the formula of 19.
The arithmetic rule
Otherwise the arithmetic rule would have failed.
Let us now turn to the first revelation to the Holy Prophet: These are the first 5 verses of Surah Al-Alaq: and this is where the arithmetic formula of 19 begins.
The total number of words in these 5 verses is 19 and the total number of letters in these 19 words is 76 which is exactly 4 × 19 but the matter does not end here.
When the total number of letters in Surah Al-Alaq was counted, the intellect was overwhelmed. It has a total of 304 letters which are 4 حاصل 4 × 19. And listeners!
The intellect is further immersed in the depths of astonishment when it sees that according to the present order of the Holy Qur’an, Surah Al-Alaq is the 96th Surah of the Holy Qur’an.
Now, if we count the last Surah of the Qur’an by Al-Anas, then by the last Surah Al-Alaq.
The number 19 is formed and if we look at the beginning of the Qur’an, there are 95 suras before this 96 number which is a product of 5/19 which proves that the order of the surahs is not human but Allah Almighty.
the accounting system
Is part of the accounting system. Surah Nasr is the last revelation of the Holy Qur’an.
You will be pleasantly surprised to hear once again that Allah has maintained the system of 19 here as well. Like the first revelation, the last revelation, Surah Nasr, consists of exactly 19 words.
Revealed from The total number of verses of Surah Al-Baqarah, the first Surah of the Qur’an after Surah Al-Fatihah, is 286 and if 2 are removed, then the number of Makki Surahs comes to the fore.
Adding 86 to 28 gives the total number of Surahs as 114. Today, when the intellect is very proud of scientific progress, this Qur’an repeats its challenge …
Accountants, scientists, every ordinary believer and infidel are all forced to think that even today it is beyond the reach of human beings to put such an arithmetic system in a book, even with the help of powerful computers.
Configuration will be impossible.
But fourteen hundred years ago, it is impossible to imagine, so no sane person can deny that the arithmetic system of the Holy Qur’an is such a masterpiece of God,
the answer to which will never be possible until the Day of Judgment.
And in the Qur’an, Allah says in one place, “Ask those who count.”