Surah Fajr is the 89th chapter of the Quran. It consists of 30 verses (ayat) and is a Makki surah, meaning it was revealed in the city of Makkah before the Prophet Muhammad’s migration to Madinah. The chapter is named “Fajr,” which translates to “The Dawn,” and it begins by swearing oaths on various stages of dawn. This surah carries powerful themes of warning and accountability, reminding readers of the consequences that befell past nations due to their disobedience. It emphasizes the importance of gratitude and belief in the face of God’s blessings, and it serves as a reminder of the transient nature of worldly achievements.