Surah Rahman is the 55th chapter (sura) of the Quran, the holy book of Islam. It is known for its emphasis on Allah’s infinite grace and blessings, as well as its use of repetition and rhetorical devices to convey its message.
The Surah begins with the phrase “Ar-Rahman” which means “The Most Merciful” and emphasizes Allah’s attribute of mercy throughout the Surah. The chapter consists of 78 verses and is known for its beautiful language and poetic style.
Some of the topics covered in Surah Rahman include the creation of the universe, the bounty of Allah, the responsibility of human beings, and rewards and punishments in the afterlife. The surah ends with a description of the rewards of righteous believers in Paradise and the punishment of unbelievers in Hellfire.
Many Muslims regularly recite Surah-e- Rahman, either as part of their daily prayers or on special occasions, as a means of seeking Allah’s blessings and mercy.