Surah Fatiha in Arabic
بِسْمِ اللّٰهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیْمِ
اَلْحَمْدُ لِلّٰهِ رَبِّ الْعٰلَمِیْنَۙ(۱) الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیْمِۙ(۲) مٰلِكِ یَوْمِ الدِّیْنِؕ(۳) اِیَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَ اِیَّاكَ نَسْتَعِیْنُؕ(۴) اِهْدِنَا الصِّرَاطَ الْمُسْتَقِیْمَۙ(۵) صِرَاطَ الَّذِیْنَ اَنْعَمْتَ عَلَیْهِمْ ﴰ غَیْرِ الْمَغْضُوْبِ عَلَیْهِمْ وَ لَا الضَّآلِّیْنَ۠(۷)
Bismillaah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem
Al hamdu lillaahi rabbil ‘alameen
Ar-Rahman ar-Raheem Maaliki yaumid Deen
Iyyaaka na’abudu wa iyyaaka nasta’een
Ihdinas siraatal mustaqeem
Siraatal ladheena an ‘amta’ alaihim
Ghairil maghduubi’ alaihim waladaaleen
Surah Fatiha Tarjuma in English
The name of God the Merciful
Praise be to Allah, Lord Alamin (1) Gracious, Most Merciful (2) King of the Day of Judgment (3) beware of worship and Thine aid we seek (4) Show us the straight path (5) path who blessed them sniff non wrath and not go astray (7)
Surah Fatiha Tarjuma Hindi Mein
भगवान का नाम दयालुअल्लाह की प्रशंसा करें, लॉर्ड आलमीन (1) शालीन, सबसे दयालु (2) न्याय के दिन का राजा (3) पूजा से सावधान रहें और हम जो सहायता चाहते हैं, उसकी पूरी मदद करें (4) हमें सीधा रास्ता (5) रास्ता दिखाएं, जो हमें सूँघता है गैर क्रोध और भटक नहीं (7)
Short topics of Surah Fatiha
This surah is Makki, it has seven ayaat.
- This Surah descended into Mecca in the early ages, which is similar to the role of the Quran. That is why its name ((Surah Fatiha)) means: “Early Surah”. The miracle of this is that in its seven verses, the entire Quran is summarized. And in this, the fundamental message of the Quran: Touheed, Risalat and the subject of the Hereafter have been summarized. In this, the merits of Allah, the attributes of his foster and worship are described.
- By considering the meaning of this verse, many facts are revealed. And it seems that the ocean has been closed at Gagar.
- In this verse, sing the praise of Allah and pray to him that – With what words should Allah be praised and praised. Similarly, in this band Not only has Vandana been taught, but he has also been told the qualities of living.
- Allah showed many communities before this, but they Adopted Kupath, and this is thsurah fatiha in hindie blessing of the same Kupath coming out of the darkness. If the person prays for the guidance of Allah, Allah puts the whole Quran in front of him that this is the straight path you are looking for. Now take my name and walk on this path.
Surah al-Fatihah (Arabic: سُورَةُ الْفَاتِحَة) is the main part (surah) of the Quran. Its seven stanzas (ayat) are a supplication for the direction, lordship and leniency of God. This part has a fundamental job in Islamic petition (salat). The essential exacting importance of the articulation “al-Fatihah” is “The Opener,” which could allude to this Surah being “the opener of the Book” (Fatihat al-kitab), to its being the primary Surah recounted in full in each supplication cycle (rakʿah), or to the way where it fills in as an opening for some capacities in regular Islamic life. A few Muslims decipher it as a kind of perspective to a suggested capacity of the Surah to open an individual to confidence in God.
The name al-Fatihah (“the Opener or the opening”) is because of the topic of the surah. Fatiḥah is what opens a subject or a book or some other thing. At the end of the day, such an introduction. The word الفاتحة came from the root word فتح which intends to open, clarify, unveil, keys of fortune and so on That implies sura Al-Fatiha is the synopsis of the entire Quran. That is the reason we recount another Ayat or sura alongside Fatiha in our supplications. That is, sura Al-Fatiha is combined with rest of the entire Quran.
It is additionally called Umm Al-Kitab (“the Mother of the Book”) and Umm Al-Quran (“the Mother of the Quran”); Sab’a al Mathani (“Seven rehashed [verses]”, a handle taken from refrain 15:87 of the Quran); Al-Hamd (“acclaim”), on the grounds that a hadith describes Muhammad as having said that GOD says: “The supplication [al-Fātiḥah] is partitioned into equal parts among Me and My workers. At the point when the worker says, ‘All applause is because of God’, the Lord of presence, God says, ‘My worker has lauded Me’.”; Al-Shifa’ (“the Cure”), on the grounds that a hadith describes Muhammad as having said: “The Opening of the Book is a solution for each toxic substance.”; Al-Ruqyah (“cure” or “profound cure”)., and al-Asas, “The Foundation”, alluding to its filling in as an establishment for the whole Quran.