Mythic Holiday:
Nuzul-Al-Quran
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NUZUL-AL-QURAN

Known as the Qur'an Revelation Day, this holiday Commemorates the day when the words of the Qur'an were first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.

The Qur’an is the holy book of Islam, which is believed to be a revelation from Allah.

Nuzul (which roughly translates as revelation) Al-Qur'an takes place on the 17th day of the month of Ramadan.
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Known as the Qur'an Revelation Day, this holiday Commemorates the day when the words of the Qur'an were first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.

The Qur’an is the holy book of Islam, which is believed to be a revelation from Allah.

Nuzul (which roughly translates as revelation) Al-Qur'an takes place on the 17th day of the month of Ramadan.
Nuzul Al-Quran refers to an event where the first recitation of the Quran’s was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH by the Angel Jibrail. It is said that the Prophet PBUH was visited by Jibrail while performing ibadah in a small cave on Mount Hira’, located just outside of Mecca.

There, Jibrail revealed the first five verses of Surah Al-Alaq. It is recorded that Nuzul Al-Quran occurred on the 15th day of Ramadan.
Modern scholarship has long posited an origin for the sabab al-nuzūl based largely on its function within exegesis. Watt, for example, stressed the narratological significance of these types of reports: "The Quranic allusions had to be elaborated into complete stories and the background filled in if the main ideas were to be impressed on the minds of simple men.".[2] Wansbrough, on the other hand, noted their juridical function, particularly with regard to establishing a chronology of revelation for the purposes of such mechanisms as naskh.[3] Rippin in turn rejected this, arguing that the sabab's primary function is in haggadic/qissaic exegesis, and that this in turn hints at its origin...
If we probe into Islamic history, Nuzul Quran is a noble event known for the revelation of the first verses of Al-Quran to Prophet Muhammad SAW, which is surah Al-Alaq verse 1 until 5 that emphasizes reading. The revelation was then continued in stages until the content was completely revealed as the one we read today. This noble event took place on Friday night, Ramadan 17th, the 41st year of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday when he was performing ibadah in Gua Hira’.
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