A Muslim is commanded to read the Holy Qur’an and not abandon it, but what is the best way to read quran?!

In this article; Together we discover what is the best way to read quran, the reward for recitation, and the virtue of adhering to correct reading standards such as Tajweed.

Learn to Read Quran Word by Word

God and the Messenger commanded the Holy Qur’an to be read continuously, and this is evident in the noble verse found in Surat Al-Qiyamah: “So when We have read it, then follow its Qur’an.”

“فإذا قرأناه فاتبع قرآنه”

And in his saying: “And recite the Qur’an in a manner of recitation.”

“ورتل القرآن ترتيلا”

And the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, said:

“If you saw me listening to your reading yesterday, I was given a flute from the family of David.” [narrated by Muslim]

“لو رأيتني وأنا استمع لقراءتك البارحة، لقد أوتيت مزمارا من مزامير آل داود. [رواه مسلم]

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Easy Way to Learn to Read Quran

Are you looking for Some Quran memorization Tips? The best way to read the Qur’an is to contemplate its meanings, to read carefully, that is, to understand the meaning of each word, and to be careful in pronouncing each letter.

How to Read Quran Correctly

Reading the Holy Qur’an requires that you have a good understanding of the provisions of Tajweed and the correct pronunciation of the Qur’an.

The most prominent of these provisions are:

Tanween provisions:

The provisions of Tanween are four provisions, including Izhar, Idgham, Iqlab, and Ikhfaa.

  1. Izhar:

Simply put, Izhar is to pronounce the nun or tanween as it is, and it is more correct to ask: When is Izhar obligatory? Izhar is obligatory if the nūn or tanween comes after the following letters: (hamza – ha – kha – ain – ghayn – ha).

  1. Idgham:

Idgham occurs when the nūn or tanween is not apparent in the pronunciation.

There are two types of Idgham: idgham with a ghunna and idgham without a ghunna.

As for idgham with a ghunna, it is what is followed by the following letters, (Ya-Nun-Mim-Waw) and idgham without a ghunna is idgham that is followed by the following letters: (Raa-Lam)

  1. Iqlafb:

Literally, iqlab is the conversion of a letter into another letter, this happens if the letter Ba comes after the letter Noun, such as Sakinah or Tanween, In that case, the Tanween or Nun is changed to Meem.

  1. Ikhfaa:

In this ruling, the tanween or sakina nun is spoken between the dhahar and the assimilation without, the ghanna is equal to two vowels, and the sakina nun and the tanween are concealed if the letters (taa – thaa – jim – dal – dhaal – zai – syen – sheen – zad – dhaad) come after it. (Ta, Daa, Faa, Qaf, and Kaf).

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Finally, there is a common question for women: Can i recite quran on my period? The answer is yes, you can, but without touching the Qur’an, as only one who is pure (Tahur) should touch it.

Afterall, always. Remember, the best way to read Quran is one that strengthens your relationship to its divine message and enhances your faith and daily life. For more articles on related themes, join with us today and begin with a free trial.