The number 786 is very well known number many of us have used 786 to denote the basmallah. Number 786 meaning in Islam ? In school days we always used to write 786 on top of the exam answer sheets to seek blessings and start the exam with Bismillah. Which is what we are supposed to do when doing something good. Here we intrigued by how the 786 came to equal bismillah. There is biggest known logic we just found out and thought may be someone else did not know also.
The Arabic letters were divided following a certain numerical values given to each of the consonants. Be sure you must have come across the following words which have no meaning themselves before you started the Quran proper.
أبجد/ هوز/ حطي/ كلمن /سعفص/ قرشت/ ثخذ/ ضظغ
In the above arrangement, each of the consonant in the groups is allotted a specific number, viz
alif=1 baa=2 jeem=3 daal=4 haa=5 waaw=6 zaa=7 haa=8 taa=9 yaa=10
kaaf=20 laam=30 meem=40 noon=50 seen=60 ‘ayn=70 faa-80 saad=90 qaaf=100
raa=200 sheen=300 taa= 400 thaa=500 khaa=600 dhall=700 daa=800 zaa=900 ghayn= 1000 so
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم will be baa=2 seen=60 meem=40 alif=1 laam=30 laam=30 haa=5 alif=1 laam=30 raa=200 haa=8 meem=40 noon=50 alif=1 laam=30 raa=200 haa=8 yaa=10 meem=40
If you sum up the numbers;
In This Book he links the 19 letters of Bismillah with 19 guardians of Hell. Other scholars did not question the number of letters in Basmalah until after the discovery of the the mathematical miracle of the Quran.
To read about the history of the gematrical value of number
Here is a table explaining the above answer
|Letter No.||Arabic||English||Gematrical Value|