The Explanation of surah al-Falaq

The Explanation of Surah al-Falaq

In this surah, we will discuss the explanation of Surah al-Falaq and getting to understand their meanings verse by verse.Surah al-Falaq is the second last chapter of the Quran.

Both this surah and Surah an-Naas are man’s best protection against evil.

It is also good to frequently recite them in salah. It is also recommended to say them after each obligatory prayer and before going to sleep at night .


verse (1):* Say, “I seek refuge in the Lord of daybreak*

verse (2):* From the evil of that which He created*

verse (3):* And from the evil of darkness when it settles*

verse (4):* And from the evil of the blowers in knots*

verse (5):* And from the evil of an envier when he envies.” *


(1) Say – O Prophet – I take the protection of the Lord of dawn.

(2) From the evil of every created being and its harm.

(3) And from the evil of deep darkness when it settles and the creatures of the night.

(4) From the evil of sorceresses who blow on knots to cast spells.

(5) And from the evil of the envious when he envies people for Allah’s gifts, wishing they be taken away, and desiring to hurt people.In the next lesson, we will discuss the explanantion of Surah an-NaasTill next time, I hope you are enjoying learning about Islam