Al-Asr is the thirteenth Surah revealed upon the Prophet was Al-Asr. It is 103rd in the traditionally arranged Quran and has three ayahs. It was revealed in Makkah and has three Ayah in one Ruku. It summarizes the essence of human history with the conclusion that human beings would continue to harm themselves if they do not adhere to the path of truth and perseverance. It explains that truth is the only substance that liberates humans from all bondages.
Al-‘Adiyat (The Chargers)
Al-Adiyat is the 100th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran and is the fourteenth Surah revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Makkah and has 11 Ayah in one Ruku. Referring to human history, it shows the ungratefulness that humans have toward the Creator and towards each other. It also reflects on the wild and imbalanced lifestyle of Arabs and reminds humans that on the Day of Judgment all that human beings were hiding would be exposed.
Al-Kawthar (Good in Abundance) (108)
Al-Kawthar is the 108th Surah in the traditionally arranged Quran. It is the fifteenth Surah revealed upon the prophet. It was revealed in Makkah and has three verses in one Ruku. It is a Surah of hope and glad tidings. It assures the people that the divine guidance would ultimately be accepted by them and truth will prevail.
Al-Takathur (Greed for More and More) (102)
Al-Takathur is the 102nd Surah in the Quran and it was the sixteenth surah revealed upon the Prophet. It was revealed in Makkah has 8 Ayah in one Ruku and it refers to the human tendency, in general, to be greedy for more and more. It reminds people of the consequences of materialistic lifestyle and explains that this practice is a recipe for disaster for all as the society remains divided between haves and have nots and the greed prevails the relationship.