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Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi - Tafhim al-Qur'an - The Meaning of the Qur'an

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1. Al Fatiha (The Opening)

2. Al Baqarah (The Cow)

3. Al i Imran (The Family of Imran)

4. An Nisa (The Women)

5. Al Maidah (The Table Spread)

6. Al Anaam (The Cattle)

7. Al Aaraf (The Heights)

8. Al Anfal (The Spoils of War)

9. At Taubah (The Repentance)

10. Yunus (Jonah)

11. Hud

12. Yusuf (Joseph)

13. Ar Ra'ad (The Thunder)

14. Ibrahim (Abraham)

15. Al Hijr (The Rocky Tract)

16. An Nahl (The Honey Bee)

17. Al Isra (The Night Journey), also known as Bani Israil (The Children of Israel)

18. Al Kahf (The Cave)

19. Maryam (Mary)

20. Ta Ha

21. Al Anbiyaa (The Prophets)

22. Al Hajj (The Hajj)

23. Al Muminoon (The Believers)

24. An Noor (The Light)

25. Al Furqan (The Criterion)

26. Ash Shuaraa (The Poets)

27. An Naml (The Ant)

28. Al Qasas (The Story)

29. Al Ankabut (The Spider)

30. Ar Rum (The Romans)

31. Luqman

32. As Sajdah (The Prostration)

33. Al Ahzab (The Clans)

34. Saba (The Sabaeans)

35. Fatir (The Originator), also known as Al Malaika (The Angels)

36. Ya Sin

37. As Saaffat (Those who set the ranks)

38. Saad

39. Az Zumar (The Troops)

40. Al Mu'min (The Believer), also known as Al Ghafir (The Forgiver)

41. Ha Mim As Sajdah, also known as Fussilat (Explained in Detail)

42. Ash Shura (The Consultation)

43. Az Zukhruf (The Ornaments of Gold)

44. Ad Dukhan (The Smoke)

45. At Jathiya (The Kneeling)

46. Al Ahqaf (The Wind Curved Sand Dunes)

47. Muhammad (The Praised One)

48. Al Fath (The Victory)

49. Al Hujaraat (The Private Apartments)

50. Qaf

51. Adh Dhariyat (The Winds)

52. At Tur (The Mount)

53. An Najm (The Star)

54. Al Qamar (The Moon)

55. Ar Rahman (The Most Merciful)

56. Al Waqia (The Inevitable Event)

57. Al Hadid (The Iron)

58 Al Mujadilah (The Pleading Woman)

59. Al Hashr (The Banishment)

60. Al Mumtahina (The Woman Under Questioning)

61. As Saff (The Ranks)

62. Al Jumuah (The Friday Congregation)

63. Al Munafiqoon (The Hypocrites)

64. At Taghabun (Mutual Loss and Gain)

65. At Talaq (Divorce)

66. At Tahrim (The Prohibition)

67. Al Mulk (The Kingdom)

68. Al Qalam (The Pen)

69. Al Haaqqa (The Inevitable)

70. Al Maarij (The Ascending Steps)

71. Nuh (Noah)

72. Al Jinn (The Jinn)

73. Al Muzzammil (The One Who is Covered Up)

74. Al Muddaththir (The Cloaked One)

75. Al Qiyama (The Resurrection)

76. Al Insan (Man), also known as Ad Dahr (Time)

77. Al Mursalat (The Winds Which Are Sent)

78. An Naba (The News)

79. Naziat (Those Who Tear Out)

80. Abasa (He Frowned)

81. At Takwir (The Folding Up)

82. Al Infitar (The Cleaving)

83. Al Mutaffifin (Those Who Deal in Fraud)

84. Inshiqaq (The Splitting)

85. Al Burooj (The Constellations)

86. Al Tariq (The Morning Star)

87. Al Ala (The Most High)

88. Al Ghashiya (The Overwhelming Event)

89. Al Fajr (The Dawn)

90. Al Balad (The City)

91. As Shams (The Sun)

92. Al Lail (The Night)

93. Ad Dhuha (The Morning Light)

94. Al Inshirah (The Opening Up)

95. At Tin (The Fig)

96. Al Alaq (The Clot)

97. Al Qadr (Power)

98. Al Bayyina (The Clear Evidence)

99. Az Zalzala (The Earthquake)

100. Al Adiyat (Those That Run)

101. Al Qaria (The Disaster)

102. At Takathur (The Mutual Rivalry)

103. Al Asr (The Declining Day, The Time)

104. Al Humaza (The One Who Slanders)

105. Al Fil (The Elephant)

106. Quraish

107. Al Ma'un (The Small Kindnesses)

108. Al Kauthar (The Abundance)

109. Al Kafirun (The Disbelievers)

110. An Nasr (The Help)

111. Al Lahab (The Flame)

112. Al Ikhlas (The Purity)

113. Al Falaq (The Daybreak)

114. An Nas (Mankind)

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