Surah Fatiha Benefits Or Fazilat

The Surah, also known as Ummul Quran or Ummul Kitab, is the primary basis for salat (prayer). It begins with Alhamdulillah and is sometimes known as Surah Al-Hamd for this reason. Surah Fatiha is the most often recited Surah in the Holy Quran.

Surah Fatiha is made up of one Ruku and seven Ayahs. Surah Fatiha, according to several Ulemas, is revealed at Mecca. Several of them believed it was revealed twice. One was in Mecca, and the other in Medina. Some of its benefits are listed below.

Surah Fatiha Benefits

The main advantage of Surah Fatiha is that it fulfills our prayer. According to Sahih Bukhari Hadith No 756, as related by ‘Ubada bin As-Samit, Allah’s Apostle stated that whoever does not say Al-Fatiha in his prayer, his prayer is worthless. Ubadah bin As-Samil narrated in Jami at Tirmidhi Hadith Number 247 that the Prophet stated that there is no Salat for those who do not recite Fatihatil-Kitab.

Surah Fatiha, also known as Surah Shifa, has the capacity to treat a number of illnesses. It also helps in the removal of the evil eye and protects against misdirection. Another advantage of reciting Surah Fatiha three times is that the reward is two Holy Qurans. It also protects the reciter’s heart from feelings of envy, jealousy, and other bad emotions.

Surah Fatiha Ki Fazilat

Surah Fatiha ki fazilat is elaborated by many hadiths. Ibn Abbas related in Jami At Tirmidhi Hadith Number 1026 that the Prophet recited Fatihatil-Kitab during a funeral (prayer). It is stated on the authority of Ubayy ibn Ka’b (RA) that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be With Him) declared that Allah Almighty has not revealed any Surah in the Torah and Gospel like “Umm Ul-Quran”.

According to Hazrat Abdullah Bin Abbas (RA), an angel descended from heaven and welcomed the Messenger of Allah (Peace Be Upon Him), saying, “O Messenger of Allah! May the good news of the two lights, which have not been delivered to any prophet other than you, be given to you: Surah Al-Fatihah and the closing lines of Surah Baqarah.

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