Surah Yaseen With Translations
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Surah Yaseen is the heart of quran and has 83 ayahs.
Hadiths Shareef:
1. “Surely everything has a heart, and the heart of the Quran is Yaseen.
I would love that it be in the heart of every person of my people.”
(Tafsir-al- Sabuni Vol.2)
2. “Whoever recites Yaseen once, Allah will record the reward of reciting the Quran ten times.”
(Tirmidhi 2812/A)
3. “Recite Yaseen on those who are dying.”
4. “Whoever recites Surah Yaseen at night seeking the pleasure of Allah, that night he will be forgiven.”
(Abu Nuaym)

Facts About Surah Yaseen

> It warns those who refuse to believe in God and mock God.
> The last verse of Surah Yaseen translates as, “So Glorified is He and Exalted above all that they associate with Him, and in Whose Hands is the dominion of all things, and to Him you shall be returned.”
> It ends with arguments in favor of the existence of Resurrection and Allah's sovereign power.
> Surah Yaseen emphasizes the Quran as coming from a divine source.

Benefits of Reading Surah Yaseen

1. Reading it when you wake up may invoke Allah to fulfill all your needs for that day.

Hadhrat ‘Ataa’ bin Abi Ribaah (Radhiyallahu Anhu) says that the Prophet Mohamed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) reportedly has said, “Whoever reads Surah Yaseen at the beginning of the day — all his needs for that day will be fulfilled.”
2. It's the equivalent of reading the whole Quran 10 times.
“Everything has a heart, and the heart of the Glorious Quran is Surah Yaseen. Whoever reads Surah Yaseen, Allah records for them a reward equal to that of reading the whole Quran 10 times.” — Maqal, Tirmidhi 2812/A and Dhahabi

3. Memorization will invoke the blessings of Allah.
It has been said that Allah recited Surah Yaseen and Surah Taha for a thousand years before the creation of Heaven and Earth. Upon hearing this, the angels said, “Blessing is for the Ummah unto whom the Quran will be sent down. Blessing is for the hearts that will memorize it, and blessing is for the tongues that will recite it.”

5. It benefits the reader in this life, as well as in the Hereafter.
According to one hadith, Surah Yaseen is named in the Torah as “Mun’imah” in other words: "Giver of Good Things." This is because it contains benefits to both the reader in this world and the next. It removes the afflictions of this world and the next. Surah Yaseen also takes away the dread of the next life. Hashiya of Tafsir Jalalalayn, pg 368

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