Quranic Information Quiz
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How many angels mentioned by name in Quran?
Question 1 Explanation:
1. Jibril (2:97, 2:98, 66:4) 2. Mikael (2:98) 3. Harut (2:102) 4. Marut (2:102)
Which angel brought revelation?
Hazrat Mikail (A.S)
Hazrat Israfil (A.S)
Hazrat Jibrail (A.S)
Hazrat Izrail (A.S)
Question 2 Explanation:
Jibril is the archangel responsible for revealing the Quran to Muhammad, verse by verse. Jibrail is widely known as the angel who communicates with (all of) the prophets and also for coming down with God's blessings during the night of Laylat al-Qadr ("The Night of Divine Destiny (Fate)"). Jibril is mentioned by name in the Quran.
Which is the first surah of Quran?
Question 3 Explanation:
Bismillaah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem Al hamdu lillaahi rabbil ‘alameen Ar-Rahman ar-Raheem Maaliki yaumid Deen Iyyaaka na’abudu wa iyyaaka nasta’een Ihdinas siraatal mustaqeem Siraatal ladheena an ‘amta’ alaihim Ghairil maghduubi’ alaihim waladaaleen Aameen...... It is the first Surah of the Quran. Its seven ayat are a prayer for the guidance, lordship and mercy of the reciter's God. This chapter has an essential role in Islamic prayer.
How many Rukus رکوع(Bowing) are there in Quran?
Question 4 Explanation:
Each Surah is divided into several sections known as Rukus. A Ruku consists of a number of aayats all of which deal with one topic. There are 540 Rukus in The Quran. Russia divided the entire Quran into 540 Rukus for Taraaweeh purposes. They reckoned that if one Ruku is recited in each raka'at of the Taraaweeh salaah the Hafiz will finish the Quran exactly on the 27th night of Ramadaan. The equation is as follows: 1 ruku per raka'at x 20 raka'ats = 20 Rukus per night x 27 nights = 540 rukus.
Who is the first Hafiz حافظ of Quran?
Hazrat Abubakr (R.A)
Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W)
Hazrat Bilal (R.A)
Hazrat Ali (R.A)
Hazrat Usman (R.A)
Question 5 Explanation:
Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) is the first Hafiz حافظ of Quran. He (S.A.W) memorized all the Quran as the Ayat revealed on Him (S.A.W)
Which is the longest surah in Quran?
Question 6 Explanation:
Consisting of 286 Ayat. The Surah was so named (by the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W), of course) because the story of the prophet Musa (A.S), Bani Israel, and the cow was told within it. Where Musa (A.S) ordered them to slay a specific cow so that he can use its meat to temporarily revive a killed man and make him say who killed him, at the willing of Allah, of course.
What is the length of first Manzil in Quran?
From Surah Fateha through Surah Al-Imran
From Surah Fateha through Surah Maeda
From Surah Fateha through Surah Baqra
From Surah Fateha through Surah Al-Nisa'
Question 7 Explanation:
Hazrat Muhammad (S) recited Quran in 7 days and therefore there are 7 manzilein in Quran. He (S) recited 4 Surah in the first day from Surah Fateha to Surah Al-Nisa'.
How many mosques are mentioned by name in Quran?
Question 8 Explanation:
☆ Masjid-ul-Haram ☆ Masjid-ul-Diraar ☆ Masjid-ul-Nabawi ☆ Masjid-ul-Aqsa ☆ Masjid-e-Quba
Which is the shortest Surah in Quran?
Question 9 Explanation:
Consisting of 3 Ayat. In this Surah we find out about the river, Al Kausar, belonging to Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) in Paradise. It is described in hadiths as a river, whose banks have tents made up of pearls and it smells of musk. It is also described as “whiter than milk and sweeter than honey”, and it has many more descriptions of it.
How many Prophets are mentioned by name in the Quran?
Question 10 Explanation:
1. Hadhrat Adam (pbuh) (Adam) 2. Hadhrat Idrees (pbuh) 3. Hadhrat Nooh (pbuh) (Noah) 4. Hadhrat Hood (pbuh) 5. Hadhrat Saleh (pbuh) 6. Hadhrat Loot (pbuh) (Lot) 7. Hadhrat Ibraheem (pbuh) (Abraham) 8. Hadhrat Ismael (pbuh) (Ishmael) 9. Hadhrat Ishaq (pbuh) (Isaac) 10. Hadhrat Yaqoob (pbuh) (Jacob) 11. Hadhrat Yousuf (pbuh) (Joseph) 12. Hadhrat Sho`aib (pbuh) 13. Hadhrat Ayyub (pbuh) (Job) 14. Hadhrat Mu'sa (pbuh) (Moses) 15. Hadhrat Haroon (pbuh) (Aaron) 16. Hadhrat Dawood (pbuh) (David) 17. Hadhrat Suleman (pbuh) (Solomon) 18. Hadhrat Yunus (pbuh) (Jonah) 19. Hadhrat Ilyas (pbuh) (Elijah) 20. Hadhrat Al-Yasa (pbuh) (Elisha) 21. Hadhrat Zu-Al-Kifal (pbuh) 22. Hadhrat Zakariya (pbuh) (Zechariah) 23. Hadhrat Yahya (pbuh) (John) 24. Hadhrat Esa (pbuh) (Jesus) 25. Hadhrat Muhammad (pbuh)
How many Manzilein (DESTINATIONS) in Quran?
Question 11 Explanation:
Hazrat Muhammad (S) recited Quran completely in 7 days. Daily recitation quantity that He (S) appointed, known as Manzil. Therefore, 7 Manzilein in 7 days.
How many Sajdah سجدہ (Prostration) are there in Quran?
Question 12 Explanation:
Sajdah is in Surah 1. Al Aa’raaf 2. Ar Ra’d 3. An Nahl 4. Bani Israeel 5. Maryam 6. Al-Hajj 7. Al Furqan 8. An Naml 9. As Sajdah 10. Saad 11. Haa Meem, As Sajdah 12. An Najm 13. Al Inshiqaaq 14. Al A’laq
On which Prophet, the Holy Quran revealed?
Hazrat Isa (A.S)
Hazeat Musa (A.S)
Hazrat Dawood (A.S)
Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H)
Question 13 Explanation:
Hazrat Muhammad (S) is the last prophet of Allah and Holy Quran is the last book by Allah. According to the Islamic teachings, the Qur'an is the only one of several divinely-revealed scriptures, including the Books revealed to Moses and to Jesus -- whose divinity Islam denies but who is held in the greatest respect as one of the most honored and important of all prophets -- which has survived in its original form without the slightest alteration since the time of its revelation.
How many Ayat (Verses) are there in Quran?
Question 14 Explanation:
Total Ayat (verses) in Quran including Bismillah are 6666.
Who was the first Katib-e-Wahi (revelation writer) of Quran?
Hazrat Khalid Bin Waqas (R.A)
Khazrat Moavea (R.A)
Hazrat Saad Bin Abi Waqas (R.A)
Hazrat Khalid Bin Saeed (R.A)
Question 15 Explanation:
Hazrat Khalid Bin Saeed Abi Al-Aas was the first person who write the Holy Quran.
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