I do swear by the receding stars, which travel and hide,and the night as it fallsand the day as it breaks !surely, this is the Word (this Qur’an) of a honorable Messenger (Gabriel from Allah to Muhammad),possessor of mighty power, established (high rank) with the Owner of the Throne (Allah),obeyed (by the angels in the heaven), and trustworthy.Quran 81:15~21[Surah  at-Takwir ](The Overthrowing, The Cessation)
The Surah takes it name from the first Ayat, إِذَا الشَّمْسُ كُوِّرَتْ “When the sun is wrapped up [in darkness]” [81:1]
There are 29 Ayat in this Surah.
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فَلَاۤ أُقۡسِمُ بِٱلۡخُنَّسِ
ٱلۡجَوَارِ ٱلۡكُنَّسِ
وَٱلَّیۡلِ إِذَا عَسۡعَسَ
وَٱلصُّبۡحِ إِذَا تَنَفَّسَ
إِنَّهُۥ لَقَوۡلُ 
رَسُولࣲ كَرِیمࣲ
ذِی قُوَّةٍ عِندَ ذِی ٱلۡعَرۡشِ مَكِینࣲ
مُّطَاعࣲ ثَمَّ أَمِینࣲ
The Surah talks about the end of the world. In a very powerful way, it gives us some of the scenes of the Last Day. All the natural power as well as the human power and authority will come to an end. This is a serious message not the words of a madman. The purpose of this message is to remind people to become morally upright.
پس نہیں، میں قسم کھاتا ہوں  پلٹنے اور چھپ جانے والے تاروں کی

اور قسم ہے رات کی جب وہ جانے لگے 
اور قسم ہے صبح کی جب وہ آنے لگے
بے شک یہ قرآن ایک معزز رسول کا لایا ہوا ہے
جو بڑا طاقتور ہے 
عرش کے مالک کے نزدیک بڑے رتبہ والا ہے 

وہاں کا سردار امانت دار ہے
It has two themes: the Hereafter and the institution of Apostleship. In the first six verses the first stage of the Resurrection has been mentioned when the sun will lose its light, the stars will scatter, the mountains will be uprooted and will disperse, the people will become heedless of their dearest possessions, the beasts of the jungle will be dazed and will gather together, and the seas will boil up. Then in the next seven verses, the second stage has been described when the souls will be reunited with the bodies, the records will be laid open, the people will be called to account for their crimes, Heaven and Hell will be brought into full view. After depicting the Hereafter thus, man has been left to ponder his own self and deeds, saying: “Then each man shall himself know what he has brought with him.”
After this the theme of Apostleship has been taken up. In this the people of Makkah have been addressed, as if to say “Whatever Muhammad is presenting before you, is not the bragging of a madman, nor an evil suggestion inspired by Satan, but the word of a noble, exalted and trustworthy messenger sent by God, whom Muhammad has seen with his own eyes in the bright horizon of the clear sky in broad day light. Where then are you going, having turned away from this teaching?”