Tafheem ul Quran

Surah 20 Taha

Verse [Section]: 1-24[1], 25-54[2], 55-76[3], 77-89[4], 90-104[5], 105-115[6], 116-128[7], 129-135[8]

Ayat Themes of Surah 20. Ta-ha

1-8 Al-Quran is a reminder for those who fear Allah, the Creator of the heavens and earth

9-16 Prophet Musa went to the sacred valley of 'Tuwa' at mount Tur

17-24 Allah chose him as His Rasool and assigned him towards Fir'on (Pharaoh)

25-48 Prophet Musa prayed to Allah to open his heart, easy his task and remove the impediment from his speech so that people may understand, what he says Allah granted his request and reminded him about His favors

49-54 Dialogue between Musa and Fir'on

55-55 Human life cycle

56-64 Fir'on disbelieved Musa by calling his miracles a magician trick and challenged him to confront his magicians in public. Musa accepted the challenge

65-76 Confrontation of Musa and Fir'on's magicians, after witnessing Musa's miracle Magicians accepted Islam and Dialogue between Magicians and Fir'on

77-82 Deliverance of the Children of Israel from the bondage of Fir'on

83-89 When Prophet Musa went to Mount Tur for communion with Allah. Israelites started worshipping calf in his absence

90-98 Musa's inquiry about the idol worshipping, his decision about Samiri, Golden Calf and his address to his people

99-104 AL-Quran is but a reminder and the life of this world shall appears to be no longer than one day in the Hereafter

105-112 A scene from the Day of judgement

113-115 AL-Quran is sent in Arabic to teach and to remind, so read and say, "O Rabb increase my Knowledge"

116-128 Story of Adam's creation and Shaitan's temptation and Allah forgave Adam's sin, chose him and guided him to the right Way and Those who do not read AL-Quran and follow its guidance shall be raise as blind on the Day of Resurrection

129-132 Do not envy others in worldly benefits, rather seek Allah's pleasure if you want to attain the blessed end

133-135 AL-Quran is a sign from Allah so there can be no excuse for the unbelievers on the Day of Judgement