Mika-il (Michael) is another angel mentioned in the Quran. He sends rain and sustenance according to God’s decree.
Israfil is the angel whose duty it is to blow a mighty blast on the trumpet to signify the end of the world and another to usher the beginning of the final Judgment.
Ridhwan is the angel who oversees Paradise, guarding its gates against those unauthorized to enter.
Malik is the overseer of the inferno of Hell, may God protect us from encountering it, strong and severe in his responsibility.
Raqib and Atid, also known as the Honorable Scribes, who faithfully witness and record the good and bad deeds of each individual during this life.
Azrael, also known as the Angel of Death, is charged, with the aid of his helpers, with ensuring the seizing of souls from their host bodies at the time appointed by God.
Munkar and Nakir question the deceased in the grave (regardless of whether they are in an actual grave or merely scattered remains) about their Lord, their religion, and the Prophet they followed. That questioning will serve as a prelude to the greater and more intense questioning still to come on the Day of Judgment.