This page contains all verses of surah Taa-Haa in addition to Interpretation of all verses by Yusuf Ali (Abdullah Yusuf Ali). In the first part you can read surah طه ordered in pages exactly as it is present in the Quran. To read an interpretation of a verse click on its number.
Surah Taa-Haa is the 20th chapter of the Quran and consists of 135 verses (ayat). It is a Meccan surah, revealed before the Prophet Muhammad's migration to Medina. The surah is named after the two Arabic letters "Taa" and "Haa" which appear at the beginning of the chapter.
The surah addresses various themes, including the story of Prophet Musa (Moses) and his encounter with Allah, the concept of monotheism, and the Day of Judgment. It also emphasizes the importance of faith, patience, and perseverance in the face of adversity.
Surah Taa-Haa begins with a call to the Prophet Muhammad, reassuring him and guiding him on his mission. It then recounts the story of Prophet Musa, his encounter with Allah at Mount Sinai, and his mission to confront Pharaoh and deliver the Israelites from oppression.
The surah also highlights the power and mercy of Allah, emphasizing that He is the ultimate source of guidance and support for believers. It encourages reflection on the signs of Allah in the natural world and the importance of seeking knowledge and wisdom.
Throughout the surah, there is an emphasis on the importance of prayer and remembrance of Allah, as well as the need for patience and trust in Allah's plan. It also warns against the arrogance and disbelief of those who reject the message of Islam.
Surah Taa-Haa serves as a source of guidance and inspiration for Muslims, reminding them of the timeless lessons and wisdom found in the Quran. It encourages believers to remain steadfast in their faith and to seek closeness to Allah through prayer, reflection, and righteous deeds.