Surah Al Imran Benefits Or Fazilat
Aal has several meanings, one of which is descendants. The life of Hazrat Imran (May Allah Be Pleased With Him), the father of Hazrat Maryam (May Allah Be Pleased With Her), and his virtues are mentioned in the fourth and fifth Ruku of Surah Al Imran, from verses 33 to 54. It is for this reason that it is known as Surah Al-Imran.
Surah Al Imran is consist of 20 Rukus and 200 Ayahs. As revealed in Medina, it is a Madani Surah. According to the Tarteeb e Tilawat, it is the third Surah. It is the 89th Surah, according to the Tarteeb e Nuzool. You can read about the many Surah Al Imran benefits below.
Surah Al Imran Benefits
There are several hadiths about the benefits of Surah Al Imran. According to Hazrat Makhool (May Allah Be Pleased With Him), whoever recites Surah Al Imran on Friday, the angels continue to pray for him till nightfall. Whoever recites the last verses of Surah Al Imran at night would be rewarded for praying all night long, according to Hazrat Uthman Bin Affan (May Allah Be Pleased With Him).
According to Hazrat Nawas (May Allah Be Pleased With Him), the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said that on the Day of Resurrection, the Holy Quran and those who follow it would be brought, with Surah Al-Baqara and Surah Al-Imran before them. According to Hazrat Nawas (May Allah Be Pleased With Him), the Messenger of Allah (Peace Be Upon Him), whether it be a cloud, two canopies with light between them, or two rows of birds in a row, these two Surahs will intercede for their readers.
Surah Al Imran Ki Fazilat
The Surah is related to several Islamic figures, and it shows the Surah Imran ki fazilat. It tells the reciter that how Bibi Maryam (May Allah Be Pleased With Her) was born and raised. Surah Imran ki fazilat can be expanded by including events and miracles relating to Hazrat Issa (May Allah Be Pleased With Him) birth.
‘Shall I not teach you a prayer which, when used to implore Allah, Allah shall pay your debt, even though it is as vast as Mount Uhud?’ said the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) to Hazrat Muadh (May Allah Be Pleased With Him). He then mentioned them (verses 26 and 27 of Surah al Imran)’.