Yasin is the 41st Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it is the 36th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 83 Ayah in five Ruku. It is also described as the heart of the Quran. It explains the foundational beliefs of Islam in monotheism, the finality of the Prophet and the divine message he is relaying to people, the life after death and the hereafter. It asks people to learn from the physical laws and be assured that a day would come when every human being would be brought back to life once again. It warns people of the Day of Judgment.
Al-Furqan (The Standard of True and False) (25)
Al-Furqan is the 42nd Surah revealed upon the Prophet and it is the 25th surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It was revealed in Makkah and has 77 Ayah in six Ruku. It responds to many objections the disbelievers had against the Quran and the divine guidance. It describes the characteristics of be believers to leave a God-conscious life. It says the quality of humility is essential for anyone who wants to accept the oneness of God and wants to live the life of a believer. It warns people of the dangers of polytheism. It refers to nature and invites people to learn the divine rules embedded in that.
Al-Fatir (The Origination) (35)
Al-Fatir is the 43rd Surah revealed upon the Prophet and its number in the traditionally arranged Quran is 35th. It was revealed in Makkah and has 45 Ayah in five Ruku. The Surah focuses on the attitude of disbelievers towards divine guidance and the messenger of Allah. It reminds people to make a decision about the faith that is being presented to them for their own good. It asks them to accept divine guidance so that they could have a successful life in this world and the hereafter. It draws their attention to nature and explains to them that physical laws point out to the Creator and his majesty.
Maryam (Mary) (19)
Names after Maryam, the mother of Prophet Jesus, Maryam is the 44th Surah revealed upon the Prophet. In the traditionally arranged Quran, it is the 19th Surah. It was revealed in Makkah and has 98 Ayah in six Ruku. This Surah was revealed before the migration to Abyssinia. It mentions Prophets Zakariyya, Yahya, Isa, Ibrahim, Ismail, Musa and Idris and describes their mission as guided by Allah the same way as the mission of Prophet Muhammad is guided. It emphasizes the importance of monotheism in the evolution and growth of one’s personality as it liberates people from the intellectual slavery of others. It tells the story of Prophet Zakariyya who was blessed with a son Yahya. It also gives details of the miraculous birth of Prophet Jesus. It reminds the people of Prophet Ibrahim’s struggles with his father and elders of the community. It challenges the idea of the divinity of Jesus and refers to him as the son of Mary.