The Holy Quran contains guidance on various aspects of life, including ethics, law, spirituality, and human relations. It is considered by Muslims to be the ultimate source of authority, and is read and memorized by millions around the world.
The Quran addresses monotheism, provides guidelines for individual conduct, and sets out the principles of Islamic law (sharia). He is highly respected in Islam, and Muslims strive to live by his teachings.
The Quran is divided into 114 Surahs, each surah is a different length. The first Surah is called al-Fatihah and is recited by Muslims in daily prayers. The Quran in Arabic is considered a miracle of language and literature, and many Muslims memorize the entire text, earning them the title Hafiz or Hafiza.
It is worth noting that there are versions of the Qur’an in many languages, but Muslims generally consider the Arabic text to be the only authentic version. Translations are often accompanied by notes and explanations of the passages.