I know about the narration mentioning reward of reciting it thrice. The Prophet peace and blessings of Allah be upon him said: Whoever recites Qul huwa Allahu ahad ten times, Allah will build for him a house in Paradise. This cannot apply to anyone other than Allah. People have issues with learning Sunni Aqidah-belief, simply have to read Surah Ikhlas. Allah is more exalted than that something should emit from Him, or that He begets something material or delicate, nor is He begotten from something material or delicate.
So the merits of the verse of the throne, only returns as rewards as follows: I limit myself to name a few hadith s , because there are a lot of them which are on this path. Being a slave to Allah propels Man, really, to break the shackles which servitude intensifies in Man. Samad is the One Who takes no nourishment, food or drink. So what is our Aqidah-belief and what is the brenchmark, as to what we can say or what we shouldn't say or believe about Allah is all in Surah Ikhlas; meaning that 'He is Allah, the Eternal, Who was never born, nor ever gave birth. This cannot apply to anyone other than Allah. Reciting Surah Ikhlas 10 times at the end of every Fard-compulsory prayer will enter paradise from any of its Gates.
The holy Prophet S is narrated to have said in a tradition: 'Say: He, Allah, is One! On the virtue of reciting this Surah, numerous narrations from the holy Prophet S and Ahlul-Bait as are cited in Islamic sources which refer to the extraordinary greatness of the Surah. Similar to a living creature coming out from another one, or a plant from the earth, water from a spring, fruits from trees, nor the like, emitting delicate things from their sources, such as vision from the eye, hearing from the ears, smelling from the nose, tasting from the mouth, speech from the tongue, knowledge and understanding from the heart insight and soul , and particles of fire from stone. It should be recited when travelling or when facing a tyrant ruler. He is free from what they ascribe to Him! Passing by the Graveyard: Recite this Surah when you are passing by the graveyard. All divine messages have called Man to submit and yield to Allah alone. Some others have said that 'Samad' means 'something whose inside is not hollow, but it is full'.
Surah Ikhlas الاخلاص , Surah No. The author of Atyab-ul-Bayan Commentary, collected 25 of them. Moreover, being a slave to Allah means turning one's face to Him, the source of grace, and beauty and rightness. This name brings light in our heart, makes us firm and calm, and takes us into a world full of purity and serenity. Reciting in Tahajjud: The person who recites Surah Fatiha and Surah Ikhlas 30 times in each of the first 2 Rakat of Tahajjud his sins would be forgiven. Reciting Surah Ikhlas 2 times, the blessings are showered upon the children of the reciter. I finally answered: This is the verse of the Throne.
To indicate the Unity of God, it is said, in this verse, that God is Allah, i. Reciting Surah Ikhlas 11 times the reciter will have royal residences worked for him in Jannah. Reciting Surah Ikhlas 10 times at the end of every Fard-compulsory prayer will enter paradise from any of its Gates. Nothing is hidden from His all-enveloping knowledge-is not accommodatable in anything, not even in intellect: Infinite in all aspects of existence and attributes. Quran Chapter Surah Al Ikhlas: Reciting Surah Al Ikhlas daily protect us from Sins and entering into paradise. He grants them His grace.
He is One with none comparable to Him, without any beginning or end, unlimited by time, space or circumstances. You will get the reward for reciting the Quraan 33 times …. There are ninety different traditions and narrations mentioned, with their approved references, on the virtue and commentary of this Surah in Tafsir-i-Nur-uth- Thaqalayn. The One beyond compare', and the last part is what we need to remember, 'The One beyond compare', meaning whatever you try to compare him to, that isn't him simply. It should be recited when travelling or when facing a tyrant ruler.
Reciting Surah Ikhlas 10 times at the end of every Fard-compulsory prayer will enter paradise from any of its Gates. Nothing appears in Him, such as sleep, imagination, grief, sadness, happiness, laughter, tears, fear and hope, courage and discouragement, hunger and satiety. Conclusion: The Aforementioned information is very much powerful Wazifa for all those who are in the problem because, Surah Ikhlas has many benefits and blessings for the one who recites it daily. This attribute cannot be for other than the One who truly possesses complete perfection in al qualities. In his recitation, two angels are in charge of its protection all night. Note: There are several narrations describing the virtues of Surah Al-Ikhlas, however not all of them are trustworthy.
It is narrated that if a person does not recite Surah Ikhlas in any of his five daily prayers, it is as if he has not prayed. Allah, the Glorified, is far from being reducible to this, and that is why the mind cannot fathom His Essence. This attribute cannot be for other than the One who truly possesses complete perfection in al qualities. Presenting it once is a methods for endowments for the reciter. Samad is the Existence that has not a hollow inside. True belief in the Oneness of Allah is incomplete without worshipping Allah, faithfully.
Similarly Qatada reported that the one who recites the Âyatu-Kursi settling in bed will be protected by two angels wake up. This Sacred Name is mentioned in the Holy Qur'an almost one thousand times, which is more than any other name of His Holy Names. On the idea that reading this Surah is equal to one third of the whole Qur'an, some have said that it is for the reason that the Holy Qur'an contains ordinances, creeds, and history, and this Surah states the creed part in an intensive form. Reciting Surah Ikhlas 10 times at the end of every Fard-compulsory prayer will allow one to enter paradise from any of its Gates. In conclusion, of this statement, we cite a tradition on the splendor of the Surah. He is al-Ahad and al-Samad. Allah is a proper name for God, and the meaning of the Imam's expression is that in this very word are gathered all His attributes of Bounty and Glory, and due to this it has been called 'the Greatest of Names'.