Surah Al-Waqʿia (Arabic: سورة الواقعة) Al-Waqiah is an Arabic word that means Inevitable, Event or Revolution. It is the 56th Surah (Chapter) of the Quran, it was revealed in Mecca. The total number of verses in this surah are 96.
Surah al Waqiah (56) Prophet Muhammad said, "Whoever recites Surah al Waqiah at night would never encounter poverty."
Prophet Muhammad said, "Surah al Waqiah is the Surah (Chapter) of Wealth, so recite it and teach it to your children."
All power and all authority belongs to Allah. Creativity is the power of Allah. After the afterlife, the Qiyamah will be either to Jannah (Paradise) or Jahannam (hell). Muslims believe that unfaithful Muslims who do not adhere to the religion will be punished in Jahannam, but they will eventually be forgiven except shirk (idolatry), where forgiveness is not given if this is done deliberately. It is not fair to associate partners with Allah. According 56 sura (chapter) Ayah (verse) 4 (Qur'an 56:4), the whole earth shall be shaken with a shock of an earthquake. The believers will be in the gardens of bliss as verse Ayah (verse) 13 (Qur'an 56:13) a lot of the people of the old times. Ayah (verse) 14 (Qur'an 56:14) and a few from later times. The foremost of faith and good works will be less in latter times. The foremost of faith and good deeds are rewarded with the fruits of their choice, the meat of poultry, flowing water and virgins. According to a hadith of Shama il Tirmidhi, Allah's last prophet said that no old woman will enter Paradise and that Allah will make them again and make them virgins. The faithful man will be able to have intercourse with a hundred virgins in one day in Paradise. They will have thrones (with gold and precious stones). The foremost of faith and good deeds, also a Shahid (martyr) is rewarded with lotus trees, Talh (banana) trees and Al-Firdaws (Paradise). Wine in this world has side effects: it intoxicates, gives headache, causes vomiting, and in Paradise wine is without these side effects. In Jannah (Paradise), there is a tree that a rider can travel for a hundred years under its shade. The unbelievers who called truth for a lie, the criminals, those with material benefits and pleasure in abundance, those who eat or drink in gold or silver objects, come to Jahannam (hell) and eats of the cursed tree Zaqqum, the fruits are shaped like devils' heads (Qur'an 37:65), and drink boiling water
Kanzul Iman is the name of the 1910 Urdu translation of the Qur'an by Ahmad Raza Khan. It was subsequently translated into English by Professor Shah Faridul Haque. Recently, it has been translated into many other regional languages and become popular on the internet.
Kanzul Iman has been translated into the English language by many Islamic scholars.
This task was first of this was published by Professor Fatimi of the University of Kuwait, in Karachi, Pakistan. The second translation was completed by Professor Shah Fareed al Haq of Pakistan[when?] and was published in India and Pakistan. The commentary notes on Kanz al Imaan by Sadr al Faadhil, Mawlana Na'eem al-Din Muradabadi has been translated into the English language by Dr. Professor Majeedullah of Lahore, Pakistan.
Kanzul Imaan has also been translated into the Sindhi language by Mufti Muhammad Raheem Sikandari. In the nation of Mauritius Kanzul Iman has been translated into the Creole language, by the combined effort of Mawlana Mansoor and Mawlana Najeeb both of Mauritius. This translation of the Qur'an was first published on January 17, 1996 under the supervision of Shameem Ashraf Azhari, the khatib (resident Imam) of the Jaame Masjid, Mauritius. He was assisted by many ulema and politicians in this task.