Ad-Dukhan (Arabic: سورة الدخان suratu d-Duḫḫān, "Smoke") is the 44th chapter (sura) of the Quran with 59 verses. The first verse is one of Quran's Muqatta'at, the letter combinations that appear in the beginning of some chapters. Verse 37 mentions the people of Tubba, interpreters explain that this refers to the people of Sheba. The word dukhan, meaning 'smoke', is mentioned in verse 10.
Whoever recites ad-Dukhan(44) on the night of al-Jum’ah, 70,000 angels will ask for forgiveness for that person until morning”. If anyone recites surah Dukhan in the night he will see the morning while 70,000 angels seek forgiveness for him.”
Hazrat Abu Hurairah radiyallahu anhu reported Allah’s Messenger sallallahu alaihe wasallam as saying, "If anyone recites Ha-mim Al-Dukhan any night, seventy thousand angels will ask forgiveness for him in the evening."(Tirmizi)
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