Hamidat

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Ḥāmidāt (Persian: الحامدات) are some suras of the glorious Qur'an that begin with the word "hamd" (praise).[1] They are al-Fatiha, al-An'am, al-Kahf, Saba, and Fatir. These surahs are also called "Hā’āt", "Hamd", and "Maqāsir Qur'an".[2] [3]

Notes

  1. Sakhāwī, Jamāl al-qurrāʾ, vol. 1, p. 179.
  2. Maqāsir is the plural of the word maqsura which means porch, portico, and chamber.
  3. Ḥujjatī, Pajūhishī dar tārīkh-i Qurʾān-i Karīm, p. 105.

References

  • Ḥujjatī, Sayyid Muḥammad Bāqir. Pajūhishī dar tārīkh-i Qurʾān-i Karīm. Daftar-i Nashr-i Farhang-i Islami, 1395 Sh.
  • Dictionary of Quranic sciences (Persian)
  • Sakhāwī, ʿAlī. Jamāl al-qurrāʾ wa kamāl al-ʾiqrāʾ. Beirut: Muʾassisat al-Kutub al-Thiqāfīyya.