Say: ´He is Allah, Absolute Oneness,Allah, the Everlasting Sustainer of all.He has not given birth and was not born.And no one is comparable to Him.´Quran: 112:1~4[al-Ikhlas (The Tawhid)]
The Surah is named al-Ikhlas – which can be translated as ‘pure, complete, sincerity’.
Interestingly, the word does not appear in the Surah itself.
There are 4 Ayat in this Surah.
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قُلۡ هُوَ ٱللَّهُ أَحَدٌ

ٱللَّهُ ٱلصَّمَدُ

لَمۡ یَلِدۡ وَلَمۡ یُولَدۡ

وَلَمۡ یَكُن لَّهُۥ 
كُفُوًا أَحَدُۢ
This is a great Surah of Tawhid. 
It speaks about the oneness of Allah.
کہو کہ وہ 
(ذات پاک جس کا نام) الله (ہے) 
ایک ہے 

معبود برحق 
جو بےنیاز ہے 

نہ کسی کا باپ ہے 
اور نہ کسی کا بیٹا 

اور کوئی 
اس کا ہمسر نہیں
Al-Ikhlāṣ (Arabic: الْإِخْلَاص, “Sincerity”), also known as the Declaration of God’s Unity and al-Tawhid (Arabic: التوحيد, “Monotheism”),is the 112th chapter (sūrah) of the Quran.
According to George Sale, this chapter is held in particular veneration by Muslims, and declared, by Islamic tradition, to be equal in value to a third part of the whole Quran.
It is said to have been revealed during the Quraysh Conflict with Muhammad in answer to a challenge over the distinguishing attributes of God, Muhammad invited them to worship.

Al-Ikhlas is not merely the name of this surah but also the title of its contents, for it deals exclusively with Tawhid.
The other surahs of the Quran generally have been designated after a word occurring in them, but in this surah the word Ikhlas has occurred nowhere.
It has been given this name in view of its meaning and subject matter.