Takwir is the eighty-first surah of the Qur’an. It is a short surah, consisting of only twenty-nine verses. The name Takwir comes from the first word of the surah, which means “to fold up.”
The surah is about the Day of Judgment, when the world will come to an end. It describes the events that will take place on that day, and the rewards and punishments that will be given to people based on their deeds.
In the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Compassionate. “Surah Takwir” is the 81st chapter of the Qur’an. It was revealed in Mecca and consists of 29 verses.
This chapter is named after the word “takwir” which appears in verse 1. Takwir means “to fold up” or “to wrap up”. In this chapter, God describes the Day of Judgment when the world will come to an end.
On that day, the sun will be folded up and the stars will fall. The mountains will be uprooted and the seas will boil. All of creation will be destroyed on that day and only God will remain.
This chapter reminds us of the temporary nature of this world and the importance of preparing for the hereafter.