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There are 114 surahs (chapters) in the Quran, the holy scripture of Islam. Each surah is divided into verses (ayat). The surahs are not arranged in chronological order, but rather are organized by length and subject matter.

The first surah, Surah Al-Fatihah, is considered the most important surah in the Quran and is recited in every prayer. Some other well-known surahs include Surah Al-Baqarah (the Cow), Surah Yunus (Jonah), and Surah Al-Kahf (the Cave).

The surahs contain guidance, teachings, and commandments from God to Muslims on how to live their lives according to His will. They cover a wide range of topics, including beliefs, moral conduct, laws, and stories of the prophets

Here is a list of all 114 surahs in the Quran, in order of their occurrence in the Quran:
  • Surah Al-Fatihah (The Opening)
  • Surah Al-Baqarah (The Cow)
  • Surah Al-Imran (The Family of Imran)
  • Surah An-Nisa (The Women)
  • Surah Al-Ma’idah (The Table Spread)
  • Surah Al-An’am (The Cattle)
  • Surah Al-A’raf (The Elevated Places)
  • Surah Al-Anfal (The Spoils of War)
  • Surah At-Tawbah (The Repentance)
  • Surah Yunus (Jonah)
  • Surah Hud (Hud)
  • Surah Yusuf (Joseph)
  • Surah Ar-Ra’d (The Thunder)
  • Surah Ibrahim (Abraham)
  • Surah Al-Hijr (The Rock)
  • Surah An-Nahl (The Bees)
  • Surah Al-Isra (The Night Journey)
  • Surah Al-Kahf (The Cave)
  • Surah Maryam (Mary)
  • Surah Ta-Ha (Ta-Ha)
  • Surah Al-Anbiya (The Prophets)
  • Surah Al-Hajj (The Pilgrimage)
  • Surah Al-Mu’minun (The Believers)
  • Surah An-Nur (The Light)
  • Surah Al-Furqan (The Criterion)
  • Surah Ash-Shu’ara (The Poets)
  • Surah An-Naml (The Ants)
  • Surah Al-Qasas (The Narratives)
  • Surah Al-Ankabut (The Spider)
  • Surah Ar-Rum (The Romans)
  • Surah Luqman (Luqman)
  • Surah As-Sajdah (The Prostration)
  • Surah Al-Ahzab (The Clans)
  • Surah Saba (Saba)
  • Surah Fatir (The Originator)
  • Surah Ya-Sin (Ya-Sin)
  • Surah As-Saffat (Those Ranged in Ranks)
  • Surah Sad (Sad)
  • Surah Az-Zumar (The Groups)
  • Surah Al-Mu’min (The Believer)
  • Surah Ha-Mim (Ha-Mim)
  • Surah Ash-Shura (Consultation)
  • Surah Az-Zukhruf (Ornaments of Gold)
  • Surah Ad-Dukhan (The Smoke)
  • Surah Al-Jathiyah (The Kneeling)
  • Surah Al-Ahqaf (The Curved Sand-hills)
  • Surah Muhammad (Muhammad)
  • Surah Al-Fat-h (The Victory)
  • Surah Al-Hujurat (The Chambers)
  • Surah Qaf (Qaf)
  • Surah Adh-Dhariyat (The Scatterers)
  • Surah At-Tur (The Mount)
  • Surah An-Najm (The Star
  • Surah Ar-Rahman (The Most Gracious)
  • Surah Al-Waqi’ah (The Event)
  • Surah Al-Hadid (The Iron)
  • Surah Al-Mujadilah (The Pleading Woman)
  • Surah Al-Hashr (The Exile)
  • Surah Al-Mumtahinah (The Examined One)
  • Surah As-Saff (The Ranks)
  • Surah Al-Jumu’ah (The Congregation)
  • Surah Al-Munafiqun (The Hypocrites)
  • Surah At-Taghabun (Mutual Loss and Gain)
  • Surah At-Talaq (The Divorce)
  • Surah At-Tahrim (The Prohibition)
  • Surah Al-Mulk (The Dominion)
  • Surah Al-Qalam (The Pen)
  • Surah Al-Haqqah (The Reality)
  • Surah Al-Ma’arij (The Ways of Ascent)
  • Surah Nuh (Noah)
  • Surah Al-Jinn (The Jinn)
  • Surah Al-Muzzammil (The Enshrouded One)
  • Surah Al-Muddaththir (The Enwrapped One)
  • Surah Al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection)
  • Surah Al-Insan (The Man)
  • Surah Al-Mursalat (The Emissaries)
  • Surah An-Naba (The Tidings)
  • Surah An-Nazi’at (Those Who Drag Forth)
  • Surah ‘Abasa (He Frowned)
  • Surah At-Takwir (The Overthrowing)
  • Surah Al-Infitar (The Cleaving)
  • Surah Al-Mutaffifin (The Defrauding)
  • Surah Al-Inshiqaq (The Splitting Open)
  • Surah Al-Buruj (The Constellations)
  • Surah At-Tariq (The Morning Star)
  • Surah Al-A’la (The Most High)
  • Surah Al-Gashiya (The Overwhelming)
  • Surah Al-Fajr (The Dawn)
  • Surah Al-Balad (The City)
  • Surah Ash-Shams (The Sun)
  • Surah Al-Lail (The Night)
  • Surah Ad-Duha (The Morning Hours)
  • Surah Ash-Sharh (The Relief)
  • Surah At-Tin (The Fig)
  • Surah Al-‘Alaq (The Clot)
  • Surah Al-Qadr (The Power)
  • Surah Al-Bayyinah (The Clear Evidence)
  • Surah Az-Zalzalah (The Earthquake)
  • Surah Al-‘Adiyat (The Assaulters)
  • Surah Al-Qari’ah (The Calamity)
  • Surah At-Takathur (The Rivalry in World Increase)
  • Surah Al-‘Asr (The Time)
  • Surah Al-Humazah (The Slanderer)
  • Surah Al-Fil (The Elephant)
  • Surah Quraysh (Quraysh)
  • Surah Al-Ma’un (The Assistance)
  • Surah Al-Kawthar (The Abundance)
  • Surah Al-Kafirun (The Disbelievers)
  • Surah An-Nasr (The Help)
  • Surah Al-Lahab (The Flame)
  • Surah Al-Ikhlas (The Sincerity)
  • Surah Al-Falaq (The Dawn)
  • Surah An-Nas (The People)

Other Information

In addition to the names and the number of verses in each surah, the Quran also includes information about the revelation (whether it was revealed in Mecca or Medina, for example) and the context in which it was revealed. The surahs are also classified as Makki (revealed in Mecca) or Madani (revealed in Medina) based on the location of their revelation. The Makki surahs tend to focus more on the fundamental beliefs and principles of Islam, while the Madani surahs deal more with practical matters such as legislation and social issues.

Each surah also has a theme or central message that it aims to convey. For example, Surah Al-Fatihah (The Opening) is a prayer to God and serves as an introduction to the rest of the Quran. Surah Al-Baqarah (The Cow) contains guidance on a wide range of topics, including the principles of belief, the role of prophets, and laws regarding various aspects of daily life. Surah Al-Kahf (The Cave) tells the story of a group of young believers who flee from persecution and seek refuge in a cave, where they are protected by God.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions about the surahs in the Quran