Al-Quran Statistic Facts and Figures Summary

323,760

hurûf(letters)

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86,430

words

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114

sûrahs (chapters)

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30

ajzâ (parts)

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105,685

nuqtât (dots)

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6236

âyât (verses)

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558

rukû’ât (sections)

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7

manâzil

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Quran Text & Corpus

  • Quran text is provided by Tanzil.net, an international Quranic project aimed at providing a highly verified precise Quran text in Unicode.
  • The Quranic Arabic Corpus (http://corpus.quran.com) is an international collaborative linguistic project initiated at the University of Leeds, that aims to bridge the gap between the traditional Arabic grammar of iʿrāb and techniques from modern computational linguistics. Download Quran Corpus: here.
  • The literal meaning of “Qur’ân” is “recitation.” Its revelation took about 23 years to complete. It was revealed upon the Prophet  through the Angel Jibra’îl  beginning during the month of Ramadân. 
  • Sûrah Yâ-Sîn is the “heart of the Qur’ân.” Sûrah ar-Rahmân contains the most number of repeated âyât: 31.
  • There are 87 Makkan and 27 Madani sûrahs.
  • Sûrah Yâ-Sîn is the “heart of the Qur’ân.” Sûrah ar-Rahmân contains the most number of repeated âyât: 31.
  • The longest sûrah is Sûrah al-Baqarah and the shortest is Sûrah al-Kawthar. The greatest and most revered verse is Âyat-ul-Kursiy, which is also called the Chief of all Verses.
  • There are 4 places in the Qur’ân where saktah (pause without breaking breath) is essential.


Source: http://ccm-inc.org/oldsite/madrasah/alquran/summary.html