Taha (name)

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Taha; two letters "Ta" and "Ha" are unique letter combinations that appear in the beginning of the 20th chapter in the Quran. The sura begins with God talking to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad. It is used to refer to someone who follows and looks for the right path. Muslims also use these letters put together as a name. As the meaning is unknown, it is the name of a secure secret held between Allah and Muhammad. That's why no one really knows the exact meaning of the letters put together, because it is the secret. It is said in the Qur'an that the secret will be told on the day of judgement and that it is the main role of a Muslim.

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  • La Taha, municipality in the Alpujarras region of the province of Granada, Spain

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