Quran is the holy book for Muslims, which have a feeling of peace for our spirit and hidayat. Quran teach us how to spend our life to make beautiful and get success in akhrat. Quran have total 114 surah and have 30 juz.
Quran have 15 Sajdah(prostration of recitation) which have two types which are given below:
1) Vajib (obligatory). The ayas which have Vajib Sajdah are:
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Meaning: Al-Fatihah (الفاتحة) means 'The Opener' and revelation place is makkah.
Short Description: This Surah is named Al-Fatihah because of its subject-matter. Fatihah is that which opens a subject or a book or any other thing. In other words, Al-Fatihah is a sort of preface.
Meaning: Al-Baqarah (البقرة) means 'The Cow' and revelation place is madinah.
Short Description: Al-Baqarah (the Cow) has been so named from the story of the Cow occurring in this Surah (vv. 67-73). It has not, however, been used as a title to indicate the subject of the Surah. It will, therefore, be as wrong to translate the name Al-Baqarah into "The Cow" or "The Heifer" as to translate any English name, say Mr. Baker, Mr. Rice, Mr. Wolf etc., into their equivalents in other languages or vice versa, because this would imply that the Surah dealt with the subject of "The Cow". Many more Surahs of the Quran have been named in the same way because no comprehensive words exist in Arabic (in spite of its richness) to denote the wide scope of the subject discussed in them. As a matter of fact all human languages suffer from the same limitation.
Meaning: Al-Imran (آل عمران) means 'Family of Imran' and revelation place is madinah.
Short Description: This Surah takes its name from v.33. Al-i-Imran, like the names of many other surahs, is merely a name to distinguish it from other surahs and does not imply that the family of Imran has been discussed in it.
Meaning: An-Nisa (النساء) means 'The Women' and revelation place is madinah.
Short Description: This Surah comprises several discourses which were revealed on different occasions during the period ranging probably between the end of A.H. 3 and the end of A.H. 4 or the beginning of A.H. 5. Although it is difficult to determine the exact dates of their revelations, yet it is possible to assign to them a fairly correct period with the help of the Commandments and the events mentioned therein and the Traditions concerning them.
Meaning: Al-Maidah (المائدة) means 'The Table Spread' and revelation place is madinah.
Short Description: This Surah takes its' name from verse 112 in which the word mai'dah occurs. Like the names of many other surahs, this name has no special relation to the subject of the Surah but has been used merely as a symbol to distinguish it from other surahs.
Meaning: Al-Anam (الأنعام) means 'The Cattle' and revelation place is makkah.
Short Description: This Surah takes its name from vv. 136, 138 and 139 in which some superstitious beliefs of the idolatrous Arabs concerning the lawfulness of some cattle (an`am) and the unlawfulness of some others have been refuted.
Meaning: Al-Araf (الأعراف) means 'The Heights' and revelation place is makkah.
Short Description: This Surah takes its name from vv. 46-47 in which mention of A'araf occurs.
Meaning: Al-Anfal (الأنفال) means 'The Spoils of War' and revelation place is madinah.
Short Description: The Surah takes its name Al-Anfal (The Bounties) from the first verse.