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1- Sorah Al-Fatihah ( The Opening )2- Sorah Al-Baqarah ( The Cow )
3- Sorah Al-Imran ( The Famiy of Imran )4- Sorah An-Nisa ( The Women )
5- Sorah Al-Maidah ( The Table spread with Food )6- Sorah Al-An'am ( The Cattle )
7- Sorah Al-A'raf (The Heights )8- Sorah Al-Anfal ( The Spoils of War )
9- Sorah At-Taubah ( The Repentance )10- Sorah Yunus ( Jonah )
11- Sorah Hud12- Sorah Yusuf (Joseph )
13- Sorah Ar-Ra'd ( The Thunder )14- Sorah Ibrahim ( Abraham )
15- Sorah Al-Hijr ( The Rocky Tract )16- Sorah An-Nahl ( The Bees )
17- Sorah Al-Isra ( The Night Journey )18- Sorah Al-Kahf ( The Cave )
19- Sorah Maryam ( Mary )20- Sorah Taha
21- Sorah Al-Anbiya ( The Prophets )22- Sorah Al-Hajj ( The Pilgrimage )
23- Sorah Al-Mu'minoon ( The Believers )24- Sorah An-Noor ( The Light )
25- Sorah Al-Furqan (The Criterion )26- Sorah Ash-Shuara ( The Poets )
27- Sorah An-Naml (The Ants )28- Sorah Al-Qasas ( The Stories )
29- Sorah Al-Ankaboot ( The Spider )30- Sorah Ar-Room ( The Romans )
31- Sorah Luqman32- Sorah As-Sajdah ( The Prostration )
33- Sorah Al-Ahzab ( The Combined Forces )34- Sorah Saba ( Sheba )
35- Sorah Fatir ( The Orignator )36- Sorah Ya-seen
37- Sorah As-Saaffat ( Those Ranges in Ranks )38- Sorah Sad ( The Letter Sad )
39- Sorah Az-Zumar ( The Groups )40- Sorah Ghafir ( The Forgiver God )
41- Sorah Fussilat ( Explained in Detail )42- Sorah Ash-Shura (Consultation )
43- Sorah Az-Zukhruf ( The Gold Adornment )44- Sorah Ad-Dukhan ( The Smoke )
45- Sorah Al-Jathiya ( Crouching )46- Sorah Al-Ahqaf ( The Curved Sand-hills )
47- Sorah Muhammad48- Sorah Al-Fath ( The Victory )
49- Sorah Al-Hujurat ( The Dwellings )50- Sorah Qaf ( The Letter Qaf )
51- Sorah Adh-Dhariyat ( The Wind that Scatter )52- Sorah At-Tur ( The Mount )
53- Sorah An-Najm ( The Star )54- Sorah Al-Qamar ( The Moon )
55- Sorah Ar-Rahman ( The Most Graciouse )56- Sorah Al-Waqi'ah ( The Event )
57- Sorah Al-Hadid ( The Iron )58- Sorah Al-Mujadilah ( She That Disputeth )
59- Sorah Al-Hashr ( The Gathering )60- Sorah Al-Mumtahanah ( The Woman to be examined )
61- Sorah As-Saff ( The Row )62- Sorah Al-Jumu'ah ( Friday )
63- Sorah Al-Munafiqoon ( The Hypocrites )64- Sorah At-Taghabun ( Mutual Loss & Gain )
65- Sorah At-Talaq ( The Divorce )66- Sorah At-Tahrim ( The Prohibition )
67- Sorah Al-Mulk ( Dominion )68- Sorah Al-Qalam ( The Pen )
69- Sorah Al-Haaqqah ( The Inevitable )70- Sorah Al-Ma'arij (The Ways of Ascent )
71- Sorah Nooh72- Sorah Al-Jinn ( The Jinn )
73- Sorah Al-Muzzammil (The One wrapped in Garments)74- Sorah Al-Muddaththir ( The One Enveloped )
75- Sorah Al-Qiyamah ( The Resurrection )76- Sorah Al-Insan ( Man )
77- Sorah Al-Mursalat ( Those sent forth )78- Sorah An-Naba' ( The Great News )
79- Sorah An-Nazi'at ( Those who Pull Out )80- Sorah Abasa ( He frowned )
81- Sorah At-Takwir ( The Overthrowing )82- Sorah Al-Infitar ( The Cleaving )
83- Sorah Al-Mutaffifin (Those Who Deal in Fraud)84- Sorah Al-Inshiqaq (The Splitting Asunder)
85- Sorah Al-Burooj ( The Big Stars )86- Sorah At-Tariq ( The Night-Comer )
87- Sorah Al-A'la ( The Most High )88- Sorah Al-Ghashiya ( The Overwhelming )
89- Sorah Al-Fajr ( The Dawn )90- Sorah Al-Balad ( The City )
91- Sorah Ash-Shams ( The Sun )92- Sorah Al-Layl ( The Night )
93- Sorah Ad-Dhuha ( The Forenoon )94- Sorah As-Sharh ( The Opening Forth)
95- Sorah At-Tin ( The Fig )96- Sorah Al-'alaq ( The Clot )
97- Sorah Al-Qadr ( The Night of Decree )98- Sorah Al-Bayyinah ( The Clear Evidence )
99- Sorah Az-Zalzalah ( The Earthquake )100- Sorah Al-'adiyat ( Those That Run )
101- Sorah Al-Qari'ah ( The Striking Hour )102- Sorah At-Takathur ( The piling Up )
103- Sorah Al-Asr ( The Time )104- Sorah Al-Humazah ( The Slanderer )
105- Sorah Al-Fil ( The Elephant )106- Sorah Quraish
107- Sorah Al-Ma'un ( Small Kindnesses )108- Sorah Al-Kauther ( A River in Paradise)
109- Sorah Al-Kafiroon ( The Disbelievers )110- Sorah An-Nasr ( The Help )
111- Sorah Al-Masad ( The Palm Fibre )112- Sorah Al-Ikhlas ( Sincerity )
113- Sorah Al-Falaq ( The Daybreak )114- Sorah An-Nas ( Mankind )

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