“Tajweed” is a very common term in the context of Quran recitation. It comes from the Arabic word (تَجْوِيدْ‎) which linguistically means enhancement or making something outstanding.In terms of Quran reading & recitation, Tajweed is actually a set of linguistic and pronunciation rules used in reciting the Quran to recite it in the right way as same as the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was reciting

The holy Quran is the speech of Allah (SWT), a divine message, mercy, and guidance from Allah Almighty to all humanity. It contains knowledge, rules, and recommendations about all aspects of life and references to the Hereafter. So, It’s very important to recite Quran with Tajweed to avoid mistakes in pronouncing words of Allah (SWT). Actually, committing a mistake in one single letter may cause misunderstanding or wrong interpretation of the whole verse (ayah).

Learning the tajweed rules helps us to pronounce Arabic alphabets exactly the way that they should be pronounced so that our words have the intended meaning.

For example, it teaches us that “ص” and “س ” are pronounced differently and that when you mix them up in words, you can end up meaning something but saying something else.

Moreover, reciting Quran with Tajweed is actually obligatory on every Muslim as it’s Fard Ayn. Every Muslim should recite Quran with tajweed in the daily prayers.

Mode of teaching: One-to-One, i.e. One student at a time. Taught by expert Qari sahab

Teaching platform: Google meet, Zoom etc.

Timings: 30 min daily, 3 to 6 days per week

Book: Norani Qaida by Moulana Abrarul Haque Sahab, Sahal Tajweed by Syed Kalimullah Husaini

Total duration: The very first skill imparted in this course will be to pronounce of Arabic letters correctly. The duration is dependent on the capability, age and previous knowledge of the student etc.

It can be minimum from 20 classes (10 Hours) to 50 classes (25 hours). It is also important to know that after learning the basic learning skill and Makharij at least one juz (para) of Quran under the supervision is must. reading one Juz may require at least 40 classes (20 Hours)

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