Tajwid Course

Tajweed Course

Online Tajweed Course

Do you know the difference between “ح” and “ه” , “س” and “ص”  and “ق” and “ك” in their pronunciation? 
Is it hard to differentiate between many sounds in Arabic?
Don’t you know the Articulation points of Arabic letters?
Don’t you know the risk of changing the pronunciation of Arabic words?
Do hope to attain the sense of Arabic Language?

You might pronounce these letters similarly, but this is a great misunderstanding as the incorrect pronunciation of one letter of a word leads to a change in the meaning which means the Arabic language is a multifaceted language, so you should avoid fatal mistakes in Quran recitation. 

It’s a great righteousness to learn to memorize or recite the Quran perfectly as the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said: “ “The one who is proficient in the recitation of the Qur’an will be with the honorable and obedient scribes (angels) and he who recites the Qur’an and finds it difficult to recite, doing his best to recite it in the best way possible, will have two rewards.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

Now, let me show you a practical exercise on the pronunciation of two words. Try to read “قلب” and the words “كلب”. Can you distinguish between their pronunciation? Do you know their meanings? 

Actually, they have different meanings and pronunciations too. The first word “قلب” means “heart” and the second word means “dog”. 

 Let’s see another example between these two words “صفر”  and “سفر”.  They have different pronunciations and meanings too. The first word means “ Zero” and the second word means “book”. This shows you the changing of the entire meaning of the word just because of changing one letter. This explains to what extent the importance of reciting the Quran correctly. 

 These examples show to what extent learning Tajweed Rules is just as important and remarkable as learning English Phonetics to pronounce clearly and understandably.

The Quran was revealed to the Messenger of Allah (Muhammed PBUH) in Arabic and he used to recite it with Tajweed. So we have to recite Quran in its proper way with Tajweed rules as it was revealed. 

Recite Quran smoothly

Online Tajweed Course

Learn Tajweed Online

The word Tajweed has two meanings. The first meaning is a linguistic meaning which means to beautify or to improve something. And the technical meaning means to follow the rules of tajweed are to be able to pronounce each letter correctly by giving it its right with its description and its origination. That means tajweed is a set of rules for pronouncing Quran words properly with their characteristics and attributes.

Quran deserves to learn more to pronounce it properly as the Quran comes with many rewards for a Muslim. Following Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) is one of the Muslims’ responsibilities that is why reciting Quran properly is one of our duties because Quran is Allah’s words which we have to respect. 

Learning Tajweed is an enjoyable and easy journey, so don’t hesitate to start this course to master your Tajweed rules.

Importance of learning Tajweed

  • You will follow Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) by reciting the Quran with Tajweed. And as the Quran is not like any book, but the Quran is the book of Allah which should be respected fully. 
  • Reciting the Quran with Tajweed is not only helpful in the Quan pronunciation, but also in the meaning.
  • Every single Muslim should realize that observing the rules of recitation is not an advanced science for expert reciters alone, rather it is an obligation upon each and every one of us whenever we recite the Quran.

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Online Tajweed Course

Online Tajweed Classes

There is no doubt that learning Tajweed by yourself without a teacher is a little bit hard, so you need a highly skillful and well-qualified tutor to guide you during your journey. This teacher will help you to learn Tajweed theoretically and practically which means he will correct you when you make a mistake. This helps the student to recite the Quran property as it was revealed to Prophet Muhammed (PBUH).

This course is the best one for kids and adults who finish the Noorani Qaida course and can read Arabic. This course will improve their reading and help them to attain Itqan Al-Quran (perfection in reciting the Quran) with continuous Sanad (chain of narrators) connected to Prophet Muhammed (PBUH).

The tajweed course is divided into three levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) that help in working out the learning process. These three levels make the students master Tajweed rules either theoretically or practically by the guidance of their component and qualified teacher.

Students can also choose which rules of Tajweed according to the Qiraa. As there are 10 Qiraat of the Quran so this course is shaped to cover the rules of any Qiraa the students need. Each Qiraa has a set of Tajweed rules.

This course qualifies students who look forward to taking the Ijazah.

Tajweed History

Expanding the Islamic state was the beginning and the reason for putting the science of Tajweed rules. The Islamic state expanded in the third century of Hijra, where error and melody increased in the Quran due to  the entry of many non-Arabs to Islam. 

So the Islamic scholars of the Quran wanted to save the proper recitation of the Quran as it was revealed to the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) which push them to begin to write the rules and rules of intonation.  It is said that the first person to collect the science of tajwīd in his book Kitāb al-Qirā’āt was Imām Abu ʻUbaid al-Qāsim bin Salām (774 – 838 CE) in the third century of Hijra.

There are many Quran scholars who are interested in the tajweed in Qiraat rules like

  • Abu Ubaid al-Qasim ibn Sallam He was the first to develop a recorded science for tajwid, giving the rules of tajwid names and putting it into writing in his book called al-Qirā’āt.
  • Abu Bakr Ahmad ibn Musa wrote a book called Kitab al-Sab’ fil-qirā’āt “The Seven of the Recitations.” He is the first to limit the number of recitations to the seven known.
  • Abu Ishaq al-Shatibi  wrote a poem outlining the two most famous ways passed down from each of the seven-strong imams, known as ash-Shatibiyyah.
  •  Ibn Al-Jazari  wrote two large poems about Qiraat and tajwid.

These scholars just gave a rule for reciting Quran which means they didn’t design the rules as these rules were introduced and practiced by Prophet Muhammed. 

Muslims who speak Modern Arabic used to use many alien words from different languages as a result of globalization that is why Arabs also use to learn the Tajweed rules because modern Arabic has replaced classical Arabic.

Why should learn Tajweed?

Quran is Allah Almighty’s speech so it deserved all respect. Quran has to recite with tajweed as it was revealed to Prophet Muhammed (PBUH). It is obligatory for all Muslims to recite the Quran with Tajweed rules. 

Every single Muslim should realize that observing the rules of recitation is not an advanced science for expert reciters alone, rather it is an obligation upon each and every one of us whenever we recite the Quran, especially in Salah to be accepted and complete.

Quran with Tajweed

Virtues of Learning Tajweed

There are enormous virtues of reciting the Quran with Tajweed includes,

  • Reciting Quran with Tajweed will help you to avoid making any mistakes during reading.
  • Deep understanding of the meaning of Quranic verses
  • Reciting the Quran with Tajweed will lead you to the highest rank of paradise.
  • Imitation of the Prophet’s recitation.
  • Accompanying the noble and obedient angels.

Who can Join This course?

This course is suitable for anyone who plans to improve their recitation. If you are a beginner in reading the Quran with Tajweed, don’t worry, we will provide classes in the foundation reading Arabic that includes the introduction of Tajweed rules.

Our qualified teachers will give you step-by-step instructions to recite Quran with Tajweed correctly. It’s never too late to learn something new, so don’t say I am old, you still have time to learn Tajweed.

Course outcomes

  • Virtues of reciting the Quran
  • Manners and rules for reciting the Quran
  • Types of recitation and its mistakes
  • Mistakes in Tajweed
  • Rules of Al-Isti’adzah & Al-Basmalah
  • Types of Al Hamzah
  • Points of articulation (Makharij)
  • Characteristics of the letters (Sifaat)
  • Rules of Tafkheem and Tarqeq
  • The rules of Noon and Meem Mushadadah
  • Rules for Noon Sakinah and Tanween
  • Rules for Meem sakinah
  • Rules of Laam sakinah
  • Rules of Madd
  • Rules of  Al-Mutamathilan, Al-Mutajanisan, Al-Mutaba’idan
  • Rules of (Al-Waqf wa Al-Ibtidaa’)
  • The Accent (An-Nabr)
  • The meeting of the two Saakin Letters.

Course Features

  • Getting certification at the end of this course
  • Learning with expert tutors in this field
  • Learn with fun as the teachers used learning games, PowerPoint, and media to make learning joyful for you
  • Utilizing the competitive learning model to improve students’ learning
  • Getting free trial lesson
  • Customized study plans to be suitable each student according to their levels and ages.

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Course Structure

Class Type: One-On-One

Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Requirements: None

Age: 6 – 70

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