Yaseen Khatam

Yaseen Khatam

Surah Yaseen is the 36th Surah of the Holy Quran. It was revealed while the Holy Prophet ﷺ was in Makkah. The meaning of the word “Yasin” like many other Heavenly words in the Holy Quran is unfamiliar and is only known to the Best Knowledge of Allah SWT alone. The overall theme of this Surah revolves around the Divine Nature of Quran; warning for those who refuse and mock the Almighty; Glorification of God; His Command over everything and return of all to Him. The Surah encompasses tremendous amount of rewards and benefits for its reciters. It is also encouraged to recite it in front of the dying so that it eases the trial of death. Yaseen Khatam services are provided to our valued clients throughout the year. A minimum of 15-20 madrasah students take part in the proceedings where Surah Yaseen is collectively recited 72 times followed by the recitation of naats. Upon completion, dua is recited by the Aalim. The event is organised in Lahore at an area of our customer’s choice.

Yaseen Khatam

Yaseen Khatam is similar to the Qul Sharif and Salana Khatam.This is very popular religious activity among the Muslims of the world. Moreover, this noble deed is often performed at smaller level than the Salana Khatam.

In this activity the Hafiz Quran from mosques are invited to recite the Surah Yaseen, one of the largest Surahs of Quran.

The purpose of this activity is to achieve some motive in life, to help out some relatives who are deceased and also for showing a noble gesture.

In addition, at the end of recitation of Surah Yaseen, there is arrangement of lunch or dinner for those who participated in Yaseen Khatam as well as for other people.

Hence, Surah Yaseen is a good deed in dual way. Firstly, the recitation of Surah Yaseen is a very noble act near to Almighty Allah. Secondly, feeding the people with some good food is also a very good activity.

Our platform is also helping the Muslims in this regard around the world to perform this religious activity on their behalf

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