Friday, September 28, 2007


----- Original Message -----
From: Rehana
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 4:21 PM

                                              SIGNS OF WEAK IMAAN


1) Committing sins and not feeling any guilt.
2) Having a hard heart and no desire to read the Quran.
3) Feeling too lazy to do good deeds, e.g. being late for salat
4) Neglecting the Sunnah.
5) Having mood swings, for instance being upset about petty things and bothered and irritated most of the time.
6) Not feeling anything when hearing verses from the Quran, for example when Allah warns us of punishments and His promise of glad tidings.
7) Finding difficulty in remembering Allah and making dhikr.
8) Not feeling bad when things are done against the Shariah.
9) Desiring status and wealth.
10) Being mean and miserly, i.e. not wanting to part with wealth.
11) Ordering others to do good deeds when not practising them ourselves.
12) Feeling pleased when things are not progressing for others.
13) Being concerned with whether something is haram or halal only; and not avoiding makroo (not recommended) things.
14) Making fun of people who do simple good deeds, like cleaning the mosque.
15) Not feeling concerned about the situation of Muslims.
16) Not feeling the responsibility to do something to promote Islam.
17) Being unable to deal with calamities, for instance crying and yelling in funerals.
18) Liking to argue just for the sake of arguing without any proof.
19) Becoming engrossed and very involved with dunya, worldly things, i.e. feeling bad only when losing something in terms of material wealth.
20) Becoming engrossed and obsessive about ourselves.
1) Recite and ponder on the meanings of the Quran. Tranquility then descends and our hearts become soft. To get optimum benefit, remind yourself that Allah is speaking to you. People are described in different categories in the Quran; think of which one you find yourself in.
2) Realize the greatness of Allah. Everything is under His control. There are signs in everything we see that points us to His greatness. Everything happens according to His permission. Allah keeps track and looks after everything, even a black ant on a black rock on a black moonless night.
3) Make an effort to gain knowledge, for at least the basic things in daily life e.g. how to make wudu properly. Know the meanings behind Allah's names and attributes. People who have taqwa are those who have knowledge .
4) Attend gatherings where Allah is remembered. In such gatherings we are surrounded by angels.
5) We have to increase our good deeds. One good deed leads to another good deed. Allah will make the way easy for someone who gives charity and also make it easy for him or her to do good deeds. Good deeds must be done continuously, not in spurts.
6) We must fear the miserable end to our lives; the remembrance of death is the destroyer of pleasures.
7) Remember the different levels of akhirah, for instance when we are put in our graves, when we are judged, whether we will be in paradise or hell.
8) Make dua, realize that we need Allah. Be humble. Don't covet material things in this life.
9) Our love for Subhana Wa Ta'Ala must be shown in actions. We must hope Allah will accept our prayers, and be in constant fear that we do wrong. At night before going to sleep, we must think about what good we did during that day.
10) Realize the effects of sins and disobedience- one's imaan is increased with good deeds and our imaan is decreased by bad deeds. Everything that happens is because Allah wanted it. When calamity befalls us- it is also from Allah. It is a direct result of our disobedience to Allah.

If I am right, it is from Allah, and if I am wrong, it is from my own self ..........Alhamdulillahi Rabbil Aalameen

Blood donors info. website

----- Original Message -----
From: Rehana
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 4:12 PM
Subject: Fwd: Blood donors info. website is an address which can save your life. From Adilabad to Yamuna Nagar, from the most common blood group to the rarest, the site has a huge database of blood donors. So if you need blood, it's a good place to turn to. It's simple. It's effective. It's Free. It can match you with a donor near you in minutes. And you can save the life of a loved one. You can also register as a donor at the site and save the life of someone else's loved one. Pass the message. And let's build a community that cares !


----- Original Message -----
From: Rehana
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2007 9:33 PM

18 ANSWERS OF THE HOLY PROPHET [Sallallahu 'alaihi wa sallam ] - MUST READ AND FORWARD

Dialogue between a traveler and the prophet (saw)


A traveler once came to the mosque to see the prophet. After greeting the prophet he was asked where he was from. The traveler replied that he came from
very far just to get a few questions answered. Following is the
dialogue between the traveler and the prophet.

1.Traveler: I do not want adhaab (Punishment) to be written in my account.
Prophet : Behave well with your parents

2.Traveler: I want to be known amongst people as an intelligent person.
Prophet : fear Allah always.

3.Traveler: I want to be counted amongst Allah's favorites.
Prophet : Recite quran every morning and evening.

4.Traveler: I want my heart to always be enlightened. (  munawer)
Prophet: Never forget death

5.Traveler: I never want to be away from Allah's blessing.
Prophet: Always treat fellow creatures well.

6.Traveler: I never want to be harmed by my enemies.
Prophet : Always have faith in only Allah.

7.Traveler: I never want to be humiliated.
Prophet: Be careful of your actions.

8.Traveler: I wish to live long.
Prophet: Always do sile rahm. ( goodness towards blood relations)

9.Traveler: I want my sustenance to increase.
Prophet : Always be in wudhoo (Ablussion).

10.Traveler: I wish to stay free of adhaab (Punishment) in the grave.
Prophet : Always wear pure (paak) clothes.

11.Traveler: I never want to burn in hell.
Prophet : Control your eyes and tongue.

12.Traveler: how do I get my sins forgiven.
Prophet: Always ask forgiveness from Allah with a lot of humility.

13.Traveler: I want people to respect me always.
Prophet : Never extend your hands of need at people.

14.Traveler: I want to always be honored.
Prophet : Never humiliate or put down anyone.

15.Traveler: I don't want to be squeezed by fishare qabr. ( squeezing in the grave)
Prophet: Recite sura e mulk often (Part of Quran).

16.Traveler: I want my wealth to increase.
Prophet: Recite sura e waqia every night (Part of Quran).

17.Traveler: I want to be safe and at peace on day of judgement.
Prophet: Do zikr (Pray) of Allah from dusk to night.

18.Traveler: I want to be in full attention and concentration during namaaz.
Prophet : Always do wudhoo (Ablussion)with concentration and attention

please pass to all of your Relatives and Friends,







Friday, September 21, 2007


The treated effluent shall have the following characteristics---

TSS <50ppm


Considering the raw effluent load as follows:

pH =6.5-7.5

TSS =350 ppn

BOD5 =250 PPM

COD =400 PPM

Oil & grease <40 PPM

TDS =650 PPM


  1. Screen chamber
  2. Oil and grease trap
  3. Equalization tank

4. Fluidized Aerobic Bio Reactor (FABR)

  1. Tube Settler
  2. Chlorine dosing tank
  3. Chlorine contact tank

8. Sludge drying beds


Total TENTATIVE area required for ETP is Size 25. 0 M X 5.0 M)

Thursday, September 20, 2007

EM technology

EM Technology Of Waste Water Treatment :

EM - short for "Effective Micro-organisms.

EM is a liquid culture of aerobic and anaerobic micro-organisms mainly sourced from human food processing and from nature. It consists of lactobacilli, yeast, photosynthetic bacteria, ray fungi and filamentous fungi. It does not contain any genetically modified organisms, is safe and easy to handle, and harmless to human health even if accidentally ingested.

EM offers benefits in the following fields of activities: Solid waste management, sewage and effluent treatment, hazardous waste treatment, hygiene management, and environmental regeneration.


One liter of EM stock solution and 1 kg or 1 liter of organically grown jaggery (or of molasses) are to be mixed with 20 liters of water. The water has to be clean and free from chlorine. The container should be of food-grade plastic. (Glass or metal containers are not appropriate as the development of gas may cause the container to break or explode.). It should be clean, not contaminated with chemicals, and have an airtight lid. As little air as possible should be left in the container (between the liquid and the lid). As gas pressure will develop, the lid will have to be opened everyday for a second to release it.

For the period of activation, in tropical regions , the container has to be placed in shade at ambient temperatures (20-40 degrees Celsius) without exposure to strong temperature fluctuations. Depending on actual ambient temperatures, extended EM (abbreviated as EMe or EMa) will be ready after five to ten days: This is verified by a pH of or lower than 3.5 and a pleasant sweet-sour smell.

Thus from one liter of EM stock solution and one kg (or liter) of jaggery, 22 liters activated EM solution ready for use can be produced. In hygiene, EMa is being used full strength or in dilution with water up to 1:100, in farming in dilutions ranging from 1:200 to 1:1,000, and in wastewater treatment diluted (with effluent or sewage) up to several thousand times. With one liter of EM stock solution, 2,200 liters (if EMa is diluted 1:100) or 22,000 liters (if EMa is diluted 1:1,000) of solution can be produced, and even bigger volumes of effluents can be treated.

Package Treatment plant: Upflow aerobic Bio Reactor module

The module consists of  a) Bio Reactor with EM technology, b) Tube Settler

The effluent will be pumped at an average flow rate to the Biological reactor. .This is basically attached growth upflow aerobic bio reactor.The flow will be from the bottom of the reactor to the top overflow weir of the reactor.

The biological reactor is fed with 200 Liter of EM solution.

The clarified wastewater collected from the collection launder of reactor is sent to the tube settler.The clarified waste water is sent to the disinfection tank/ sewer.

Because of the new method, the size of the treatment plant reduces by 10 -15 % thereby reducing capital cost.

Also Maintenance cost is minimised .

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Some Health Guidelines for Ramadhaan

----- Original Message -----
From: Rehana
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 5:13 PM
Subject: Some Health Guidelines for Ramadhaan


Dr. Farouk Haffejee

During the holy month of Ramadhan, our diet should not differ very much from our normal diet and should be as simple as possible. The diet should be such that we maintain our normal weight, neither losing nor gaining. However, if one is over-weight, Ramadhan is an ideal time to normalise one's view of the long hours of fasting, we should consume slow digesting foods including fibre containing-foods rather than fast-digesting foods.Slow digesting foods last up to 8 hours, while fast-digesting foods lastfor only 3 to 4 hours.

Slow-digesting foods are foods that contain grains and seeds like barley, wheat, oats, millet, semolina, beans, lentils, wholemeal flour, unpolished rice, etc. (called complex carbohydrates).

Fast-burning foods are foods that contain sugar, white flour, etc. (called refined carbohydrates).

* Fibre-containing foods are bran-containing foods, whole wheat, grains and seeds, vegetables like green beans, peas, sem(papry), marrow, mealies, spinach, and other herbs like methie,the leaves of beetroot (iron-rich), fruit with skin, dried fruit especially dried apricots, figs and prunes, almonds, etc.

The foods eaten should be well-balanced, containing foods from each food group, i.e . fruits, vegetables, meat/chicken/fish, bread/cereals and dairy products. Fried foods are unhealthy and should be limited. They cause indigestion, heart-burn, and weight problems.


1.Fried and fatty foods.

2. Foods containing too much sugar.

3. Over-eating especially at sehri.

4. Too much tea at sehri. Tea makes you pass more urine taking with it valuable mineral salts that your body would need during the day.

5. Smoking cigarettes. If you cannot give up smoking, cut down gradually starting a few weeks before Ramadhan. Smoking is unhealthy and one should stop completely. EAT

1.Complex carbohydrates at sehri so that the food lasts longer making you less hungry.

2.Haleem is an excellent source of protein and is a slow-burning food.

3.Dates are excellent source of sugar, fibre,carbohydrates,potassium and magnesium.

4. Almonds are rich in protein and fibre with less fat.

5.Bananas are a good source of potassium, magnesium and carbohydrates.


As much water or fruit juices as possible between iftar and bedtime so that your body may adjust fluid levels in time.


Constipation can cause piles (haemorroids), fissures (painful cracks in anal canal) and indigestion with a bloated feeling.

Causes: Too much refined foods, too little water and not enough fibre in the diet.

Remedy: Avoid excessive refined foods, increase water intake, use bran in baking, brown flour when making roti.


Causes: Over-eating. Too much fried and fatty foods, spicy foods,and foods that produce wind e.g. eggs, cabbage, lentils, carbonated drinks like Cola also produce gas.

Remedy: Do not over-eat, drink fruit juices or better still drink water.Avoid fried foods, add ajmor to wind-producing foods.

LETHARGY ('low blood pressure')

Excessive sweating, weakness, tiredness, lack of energy, dizziness,especially on getting up from sitting position, pale appearance and feeling faint are symptoms associated with "low blood pressure".

This tends to occur towards the afternoon.

Causes: Too little fluid intake, decreased salt intake.

Remedy: Keep cool, increase fluid and salt intake.

Caution: Low blood pressure should be confirmed by taking a blood pressure reading when symptoms are present. Persons with high blood pressure may need their medication adjusted during Ramadhan. They should consult their doctor.

HEADACHE Causes: Caffeine and tobacco-withdrawal, doing too much in one day, lack of sleep, hunger usually occur as the day goes by and worsens at the end of the day. When associated with "low blood pressure", the headache can be quite severe and can also cause nausea before Iftar.

Remedy: Cut down caffeine and tobacco slowly starting a week or two before Ramadhan. Herbal and caffeine-free teas may be substituted.

Reorganise your schedule during the Ramadan so as to have adequate sleep.

LOW BLOOD SUGAR :Weakness, dizziness, tiredness, poor concentration, perspiring easily, feeling shaky (tremor), unable to perform physical activities, headache, palpitations are symptoms of low blood sugar.

Causes in non-diabetics: Having too much sugar i.e. refined carbohydrates especially at suhur (sehri). The body produces too much insulin causing the blood glucose to drop.

Remedy: Eat something at sehri and limit sugar-containing foods and drinks.

Caution: Diabetics may need to adjust their medication in Ramadan, consult your doctor.


MUSCLE CRAMPS Causes: Inadequate intake of calcium, magnesium and potassium foods.

Remedy: Eat foods rich in the above minerals e.g. vegetables, fruit, dairy products, meat and dates.

Caution: Those on high blood pressure medication and with kidney stone problems should consult their doctor.



Increased acid levels in the empty stomach in Ramadhan aggravate the above conditions. It presents as a burning feeling in the stomach area under the ribs and can extend upto the throat. Spicy foods, coffee, and Cola drinks worsen these conditions.

Medications are available to control acid levels in the stomach.

People with proven peptic ulcers and hiatus hernia should consult their doctor well before Ramadhan. KIDNEY STONES

Kidney stones may occur in people who have less liquids to drink.

Therefore, it is essential to drink extra liquids so as to prevent stone formation.


 JOINT PAINS  Causes: During Ramadhan, when extra salah are performed the pressure on the knee joints increases. In the elderly and those with arthritis this may result in pain, stiffness, swelling and discomfort.

Remedy: Lose weight so that the knees do not have to carry any extra load. Exercise the lower limbs before Ramadhan so that they can be prepared for the additional strain. Being physically fit allows greater fulfilment, thus enabling one to be able to perform salah with ease.

Dr. Farouk Haffejee


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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

100 Questions on the The Holy Qura'an

----- Original Message -----
From: Rehana
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 11:54 AM
Subject: 100 Questions on the The Holy Qura'an

100 Questions on The Qura'an

1) What is the meaning of the word "Qur'an"?
A) That which is Read.

2) Where was the Qur'an revealed first?
A) In the cave of Hira (Makkah)

3) On which night was the Qur'an first revealed?
A) Lailatul-Qadr (Night of the Power)

4) Who revealed the Qur'an?
A) Allah revealed the Qur'an

5) Through whom was the Qur'an revealed?
A) Through Angel Jibraeel (Alaihis-Salaam)

6) To whom was the Qur'an revealed?
A) To the last Prophet, Muhammed (Sallahu Alaihi Wasallam)

7) Who took the responsibility of keeping the Qur'an safe?
A) Allah himself

8) What are the conditions for holding or touching the Qur'an?
A) One has to be clean and to be with wudhu (ablution)

9) Which is the book which is read most?
A) The Qur'an

10) What is the topic of the Qur'an?
A) Man

11) What are the other names of the Qur'an according to the Qur'an itself?
A) A l-Furqaan, Al-Kitaab, Al-Zikr, Al-Noor,Al-Huda

12) How many Makki Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 86

13) How many Madani Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 28

14) How many Manzils (stages) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 7

15) How many Paara or Juz (parts) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 30

16) How many Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 114

17) How many Rukoo (paragraphs) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 540

18) How many Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 6666

19) How many times is the word 'Allah' repeated in the Qur'an?
A) 2698

20) How many different types of Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 10

21) Who is the first 'Haafiz' of the Qur'an?
A) Prophet Muhammed (Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam)

22) At the time of the death of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) how many Huffaz were there?
A) 22

23) How many Aayaath (verses) on Sajda (prostat ion) are there in the Qur'an?
A) 14

24) In which Paara (part) and Surah (chapter) do you find the first verse about Sajda (prostation)?
A) 9th Paara, 7th Chapter-Surah-al-Araaf, Verse 206

25) How many times has the Qur'an stressed about Salaat or Namaaz (prayer)?
A) 700 times

26) How many times has the Qur'an emphasized on alms or charity?
A) 150

27) How many times in the Qur'an, is the Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)
addressed asYaa-Aiyu-Han-Nabi?
A) 11 times

28) Where in the Qur'an has Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been named 'Ahmed'?
A) Paara 28th, Surah Saff, Ayath 6th

29) How many times has the name of Rasool-ullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been mentioned in the Qur'an?
A) Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)-4times Ahmed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)-1 time

30) Name the Prophet whose name is mentionedand discussed most in the Qur'an?
A) Moosa (Alahis-Salaam)

31) Who were the Kaathibe-Wahi (copyists of the revelations) of the Qur'an?
A) Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu), Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu), Ali (Radhiallahu Anhu), Zaid Bin Harith(Radhiallahu Anhu) And Abdullah bin Masood(Radhiallahu Anhu)

32) Who was the first person who counted the Aayaath (verses) of the Qur'an?
A) Ayesha (Radhiallahu Anha)

33) On whose advice did Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu) decide to compile the Qur'an?
A) Omer Farooq(Radhiallahu Anhu)

34) On whose order was the Qur'an compiled completely in written form?
A) Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu)

35) Who confined the recitation of the Qur'an on the style of the Quraysh tribe?
A) Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu)

36) Out of the copies of the Qur'an compiled by Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu), how many and where are they at present?
A) Only 2 copies. One in Tashkent and the other in Istanbul.

37) Which Surah of the Qur'an was Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) reciting while praying, that Hazrat Jabeer Bin Muth'im Listened to and embraced Islam?
A) Surah Thoor

38) Which was that Surah of the Qur'an which the Prophet Muhammed Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) had recited when one of his enemies Utba after listening to it fell in Sajda (prostation)? A) The first five Ayaaths of Ham-Meem-Sajda

39) Which is the first and the most ancient Mosque according to the Qur'an?
A) Kaaba

40) In Qur'an mankind is divided into two groups.Which are those two groups?
A) Believers and disbelievers

41) Who is the man about whom, Allah has said in the Qur'an that his body is kept as an admonishing example for future generations to come?
A) Fir'aun. (Pharaoh)

42) Besides the body of Pharaoh, what is that thing which is kept as an admonishing example for future generations to come?
A) Noah's Ark.

43) After the wreckage of Prophet Noah's Ark, which is its place of rest mentioned in theQur'an? A) Cave of Judi.

44) In the Qur'an the name of whic h companion of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is mentioned?
A) Zaid Bin Harith.

45) Who is the relative of the Prophet Muahmmed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)whose name is mentioned in the Qur'an?
A) Abu Lahab

46) In the Qur'an there is a mention of a Prophet who has been called by his mother's name. Who was he?
A) Jesus [Prophet Isa (Alahis salaam)] is mentioned as bn Maryam.

47) Which was the agreement that was titled Fath-hum-Mubeen' without fighting a battle?
A) Treaty of Hudaibiya

48) What are the different names used for Satan or Devil in the Qur'an?
A) Iblees and Ash-Shaitaan.

49) Which category of creature does the Qur'an put 'Iblees' into?
A) Jinn.

50) What were those worships and prayers that were ordered by Allah to the community of Bani Israeel and which were continued by the Muslim Ummah also?
A) Salaat and Zakaat. (Al-Baqarah:43)

51) The Qur'an repeatedly warns of a certain day.Can you say which day it is?
A) Youmal Qiyamah.(Doomsday)

52) Who were those people with whom Allah was pleased and they were pleased with Him, as mentioned in the Qur'an?
A) Companions of Prophet Muhammed.(Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)

53) In which Holy Book of Non-Muslims the Qur'an mentioned repeatedly?
A) In the Holy Book of Sikh Community-Granth Saheb.

54) In which year were the vowels inserted in the Qur'an?
A) 43 Hijri.

55) Who were the first serious students of the Qur'an?
A) As-haabus Suffah.

56) Which is the first Residential University where the faculty of the Qur'an was established for the first time?
A) Masjid-e-Nabvi.[Mosque of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)]

57) By what name did the Qur'an address those noble and pious people who were selected by Allah to convey His message to mankind?
A) Nabi (Prophet) and Rasool (Messenger).

58) What type of a person does the Qur'an want to make?
A) Momin.

59) What is the scale or measure of one's dignity according to the Qur'an?
A) Thaqwa. (Piety)

60) What according to the Qur'an is the root cause of the evil?
A) Alcohol.

61) What are the two most important types of kinds of Aayaat (Verses)found in the Qur'an?
A) Muhakamaat and muthashabihaath.

62) Which is the longest Surah (Chapter) in the Qur'an?
A) Surah-al-Baqarah.

63) Which is the smallest Surah in the Qur'an?
A) Surah-al-Kausar.

64) What was the age of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) when Qur'an was first revealed to him through Jibraeel (Alaihis-salaam)?
A) 40 Years.

65) How long did Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) receive the revelation of the Qur'an in Makkah?
A) 13 Years.

66) How long did Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) receive the revelation of the Qur'an in Madinah?
A) 10 Years.

67) Where was the first Surah revealed?
A) In Makkah.

68) Where was the last Surah revealed?
A) In Madinah.

69) How many years did it take for the complete revelation of the Qur'an?
A) 22 years,5 months and 14 days.

70) Which Surah(Chapter) of the Qur'an is to be read compulsorily in each raka'at of the Salaat (Namaaz)?
A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

71) Which is the Surah, which Allah taught as a Du'a(Prayer)?
A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

72) What is the reason of keeping Surah-al-Fatihah in the beginning of the Qur'an?
A) It is the door to the Qur'an

73) What is the Surah (Chapter) revealed completely and found first place in the Qur'an?
A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

74) Who was the only lady whose personal name is found in the Qur'an?
A) Mariam(Alaihis-salaam).

75) In which Surah (Chapter) of the Qur'an do you find maximum instructions?
A) Surah-al-Baqarah.

76) When and Where did the Prophet Muhammed Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and Jibraeel (Alaihis-salaam) meet for the second time?
A) On Friday,18th Ramadan,in the Cave of Hira.

77) What was the interval between the first and the second revelation?
A) 2 years and six months.

78) Which is the Surah (Chapter) that does start without Bismillah?
A) Surah-al-Taubah or Bara'ath.

79) In which Surah (Chapter) of the Qur'an Bismillah is repeated twice?
A) Surah-al Naml.

80) How many Surah (Chapter) in the Qur'an have the titles named after different Prophets?

A) 6 Surahs (Chapters):
a) Surah-al-Yunus.
c) Surah-al-Yusuf.
d) Surah-al-Ibraheem.
f) Surah-al-Muhammed.

81) In which part of the Qur'an do you find 'Ayat-ul-Kursi'(Verse of the Throne)?
A) In the beginning of the third Part .(Chapter2-55)

82) How many different names of Allah are mentioned in the Qur'an?
A) 99

83) Who were the three non-prophets whose names are mentioned with due respect in the Qur'an?
A) Luqman,Aziz of Egypt and Zulqarnain.

84) At the time Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu) how many companions had compiled the Qur'an in the form of a book?
A) 75 companions.

85) Which is that only book which is completely memorized by millions of people in the world?
A) Al-Qur'an.

86) What did the Jinns who heard a few Aayaath Verses) of the Qur'an say to each other?
A) We have heard a unique discourse which shows the right path, verily we believe in it.

87) Which are the most popular translations of the Qur'an in English?
A) Translation by Muhammed Marmaduke Pickthall and by Allama Yusuf Ali.

88) Into how many languages of the world has the Holy Qur'an been translated?
A) Nearly 103 languages.

89) Who was the first translator of the Holy Qur'an into Urdu?
A) Moulana Shah Rafiuddin Muhaddis Dehlavi.

90) What will be our condition on 'The day of the Judgment' according to the Qur'an?
A) Everybody will be in a state of anxiety.

91) Who was the Prophet mentioned in the Qur'an whose three generations were prophets?
A) Ibraheem (Alaihis-salaam).

92) What is that book which abolished all old rules and regulations?
A) Al-Qur'an.

93) What does the Qur'an say about property and wealth?
A) They are tests of one's faith.

94) According to the Qur'an who is "khaatamun Nabiyyeen" (the last of the Prophets)?
A) Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)

95) What is the name of the book that tells us clearly about the reality of the beginning and the end of the world?
A) Al-Qur'an.

96) In the Qur'an what other name is given to the city of Makkah?
A) Bakkah and Baladul Ameen.

97) According to the Qur'an what other name is given to the city of Madinah?
A) Yathrib.

98) Whose Generation is known as "Bani Israeel" according to the Qur'an?
A) The generation of Prophet Yaqoob(Alaihis salaam) who is also known as Israeel.

99) Which are the mosques that are mentioned in the Qur'an
a) Masjid-ul-Haram.

b) Masjid-ul-Zirar.
c) Masjid-ul-Nabawi.
d) Masjid-u l-Aqsa.
e) Masjid Quba.

100) The name of which angels are mentioned in the Qur'an?
a) Jibraeel Ameen.Alaihis salaam)
b) Meekaeel.(Alaihis salaam)
c) Haroot.(Alaihis salaam)
d) Maroot.(Alaihis salaam)