Surat AlFatiha: whoever sees himself reciting it, then that indicates: facilitation of the difficult matters, acquirement of capacity & good, Allah the AllMighty will grant him success for his obedience, he becomes adhering to supplication (du’aa) & seeking forgiveness & He seals for him with good (khair) .

Verse of the Chair (Ayat AlKursi) : whoever sees himself reciting ayat alKursi, he will obtain importance & high standing & sanctity.

Chapter Family of Imran (Surat Aali ‘Imran) : whoever recites it, his religion and speech will become accurate, he acquires the good of the world and the hereafter, and he becomes unique / peerless in his religion.

Nasaa’: whoever recites it becomes chaste.

An’aaam: whoever sees himself reciting it, Allah the AllMighty will grant him success for his obedience.

A’araaf: whoever sees himself reciting it, The Creator is pleased with him, he guards the trust.

Tawba: whoever sees himself recite surat AlTawba becomes dearly-loved and desirable among the creation and he behaves [in] the way of good deeds.

Yunus: whoever sees himself recite Surat Yunus then he will better his expressions and his worship.

Hud: whoever sees himself reciting it becomes unobstructed in [pursuing] the way of religion.

Yusef: he becomes honest in speech and possessor of trustworthiness.

Ibraheem: whoever recites it becomes esteemed and venerable near Allah.

Hajj: whoever recites it becomes accepted near Allah.

Nakhl: whoever sees himself recite it then Allah the AllMighty bestows upon him knowledge and if he was sick He cures him.

Israa’: whoever recites it becomes stronger [in] religion and faith, truthful in speech, and conviction.

Kahf: whoever recites, that indicates the ending of matters which he wishes [to end].

Mariam: whoever recites it then he will lie about the fornicator and slander him, and will be innocence [of anything] from that.

‘Ta Ha: whoever recites it will become well-known with the religion and faith.

Anbiyaa’: whoever recites it will become a working scholar, and obtain for himself happiness after sadness and comfort after grief.

Hajj: whoever recites it then he will behave in the way of asceticism, & piety & he strives in the worship of Allah the AllMighty and the doing of good deeds.

Mu’min: whoever recites it will have praised conduct, and stronger in trustworthiness.

Noor: whoever recites it, Allah will illuminate / edify his inside with the light of belief.

Furqan: whoever recites it will fixate the creation and extinguish falsehood.

Sha’araa’: whoever sees himself reciting it, Allah the AllMighty will protect him from the obscenities.

Naml: whoever recites it then that is indicative of wealth and blessing.

‘Aankaboot: whoever recites it will triumph over the enemies.

Roum: its recitation is indicative of striving for the sake of Allah, and completion of a matter that exists or something he wishes [to be complete] or a fight existing between him and someone then he will rejoice with victory.

Luqmaan: whoever recites it, people will benefit from his decision (s) and his preaching.

Sajda: whoever recites it, the result of his matter will be good.

Ahzaab: its recitation indicates the acquiring of success from Allah the AllMighty and following the truth.

Saba’: whoever recites it will acquire the conduct of the righteous and behaviour in the way of religion.

Fatir: whoever recites it, sustinence will open in his direction.

Saafaat: whoever recites it will be granted a righteous child.

Saad: whoever recites it will become bountiful in wealth, and intelligent in labours / works.

Zamr: whoever recites it will his importance will be elevated, and his religion strengthened.

Ghafir: whoever recites it will acquire from Allah (the Mighty and Majestic) mercy and forgiveness.

Fusalat: whoever recites it will become religious and behave in the way of righteousness.

Shoora: whoever recites it will live for a long time.

Zakhraf: whoever recites will become truthful in speech, that [performs] a graceful good deed.

Dakhaan: whoever recites it will acquire wealth, and abundance of sustenance.

Ja’eeya: whoever sees himself reciting it then that is indicative of remembrance and repentance.

Ahqaaf: whoever recites it then that is indicative of a vision of wondrous / marvelous things.

Muhammed (pbuhahf): whoever recites it will be praised in attributes and better in deeds.

Fath: whoever recites it Allah will grant him success in the striving (jihad) .

Qaaf: whoever recites it, Allah will extend the good over him, and will give him from His blessings.

Dhariyaat: its recitation is indicative of acquiring sustenance from agriculture / farming.

Toor: whoever recites it will be near Mecca ofwhich Allah the AllMighty has honoured.

Najm: whoever recites it, Allah will grant him him a good righteous dearly-loved child.

Qamar: whoever recites it will become bewitched / mesmerised but it won’t harm him.

Rahmaan: whoever recites it then it is [indicative of] blessing in the world and mercy in the Hereafter.

Waqe’aa: its recitation is indicative of acquiring success, and obediences and devotions [of religion].

Hadeed: whoever recites it will be praised in attributes and unobstructed in the way of religion.

Mujaadala: whoever recites it will debate with his people and close ones, and will repair the protest / objection, and will cast down love amongst them.

Hashr: whoever recites it will subdue [some] from his enemies.

Mumtahina: whoever recites it will acquire love and possibly give rise to the destruction.

Saff: whoever recites it will become a martyr at the end of his lifetime.

Jum’aa: whoever recites it Allah will grant him success for his doing of good.

Munafiqun: whoever recites it, if he was accused he is free / cleared from hypocrisy and the hypocrites.

Taghaaban: whoever recites it will be upright in the way of the truth and speech of truthfulness.

Talaaq: its recitation is indicative of his need with the people of his house and the prevention of dowry.

Tahreem: whoever recites it will be in avoidance to the forbidden things.

Malik: whoever recites it will acquire an elevation of importance and significance.

Noon: whoever recites it, Allah will grant him eloquence and knowledge and ability.

Haaqqa: whoever ecites it, he will not behave / act except in the way of truth.

Ma’aarij: whoever recites it will be safe from fright and anxiety.

Nuh: whoever recites it then he will instruct in the well-known [thing] and subdue the enemies.

Jinn: whoever recites it then Allah will grant him inspiration / revelation and understanding, subtly / delicately and helpfully.

Mazmal: whoever recites it will acquire success for his obedience and worship.

Muddathir: whoever recites it, his conduct among people will improve and his opinion will become stronger.

Qiyaama: whoever recites it then he will be embarrassed and go back regarding swearing / oath taking and repents to Allah.

Insaan: its recitation is indicative of the attainment of success regarding genorisity and blessing.

Mursilat: Whoever recites it, his religion will broaden over him and he acquires blessing.

Naba’: whoever recites it, his importance will elevate, and his word will be implemented.

Nazi’aat: whoever recites it, his heart will be cleared from the impurity of doubt.

Abasa: whoever recites it will become the doer of good with the weak and the needy.

Takweer: its recitation is indicative of favor after fear, and happiness after sadness.

Infitaar: whoever recites it will become esteemed and venerable near the authority and the superiors.

Muttafafeen: whoever recites it will become fair with everyone.

Inshiqaaq: whoever recites it will become plentiful in offspring and children.

Burooj: whoever recites it will remove his sorrow and end his worry.

Ttaariq: whoever recites it will acquire happiness and good, due to his child.

A’ala: whoever recites it, the difficult matters will be made easy for him.

Fasheya: whoever seeings himself reciting it, his importance and shop will elevate, and his word will be implemented.

Fajr: whoever sees himself reciting it, his prestige will be reduced, as well as his influence.

Balad: its recitation is indicative of success because of the feeding of nourishment and the respect of the needy.

Shams: whoever recites it will become a possessor of comprehension and skillfuness, and a working scholar.

Layl: whoever sees himself reciting it will be safe, from crises and disabilities.

Dhahaa: whoever recites it then he will revere the orphan little one, and the poor one.

Anshiraah: its recitation is indicative of acquiring comfort after exhaustion.

Teen: whoever recites it will acquire what he anticipates in the dunya and the hereafter.

Aaqal: whoever recites will become the humble, the commendable of actions.

Qadr: whoever sees himself reciting it, his importance will elevate in the dunya and hereafter.

Bayyina: whoever recites it, a party of (those) astray will repent with his help.

Zalzala: whoever sees himself reciting it will perish, at his hands, a nation from the disbelievers.

Aaadiyaat: whoever recites it then he will invade / attack and triumph with the enemies.

Qaari’aa: whoever recites it will become esteemed and venerable near the creation.

Takaathur: whoever recites it will become asetic regarding the dunya.

‘Aasir: whoever recites it, good and the increase of sustenance from trade will reach him.

Hamza: whoever sees himself reciting it then he will spend his wealth for the sake of Allah the AllMighty.

Feel: whoever recites it will acquire openings through his action, and triumph with his enemy.

Quraysh: whoever recites it will become desired and dearly-loved near the people by an action that is beautiful with every one.

Maa’aun: whoever sees himself reciting it, then he will triumph with his enemies of difference and of little religion.

Kawthar: whoever recites it will perform good deeds, and reward and recompense will reach him.

Kaafiroon: whoever recites it will have strong conviction in the religion and Islamic law.

Nasr: whoever recites it, his death is nearing, because when Gabriel brought it the Prophet (pbuhahf) knew of the finishing of his age.

Masd: whoever recites it, a party will endeavour to harm him, but they will not triumph in it.

Ikhlaas: whoever recites it, he importance will elevate, and he acquires his goals in the dunya and hereafter.

Falaq: whoever recites it, will be safe from the evil of the women, and the magicians and he acquires abundant sustenance.

Naas: whoever recites it Allah will save him from the evil of Satan the accursed.