Many students over the world have a desire to learn tajweed Quran because it improves their recitation of the holy Quran and clarifies their voices
Though there not obligatory according to most Muslim scholars, there is a unanimous agreement that committing to tajweed rules when reciting the Quran is a sunnah of the prophet Mohammed and an etiquette/ manner of Quran recitation.
If you’re interested in learning tajweed online, hafizon acamdey offers a thorough course that explains for your each of those rules in detail.
Tajweed Is an Arabic Word that means ‘proficiency’ or ‘doing something perfectly.
As a term, It is a science of language that deals with reciting the Quran with proper intonation and pronunciation, by the rules of the Arabic language. It means pronouncing each letter from its articulation points without exaggeration or concision.
What Are the Benefits of Tajweed?
There Are Many Benefits to Learning Tajweed, Including
- Reciting the Quran, the holy book of Allah correctly, following Allah’s order “Or add to it, and recite the Qur’an with measured recitation.
"Or add to it, and recite the Qur’an with measured recitation " Surah Muzzammil, 4)
2. Reciting the Quran in the same way prophet Mohammed did
3-Getting Allah’s pleasures in the life and hereafter
4-Avoiding falling in Lahn ( deviate from the correctness in the recitation)
5-It’s a way to reflect on Allah’s verses, following Allah’s command:
"(This is) a Scripture that We have revealed unto thee, full of blessing, that they may ponder its revelations, and that men of understanding may reflect. (Surah sad, 29)
What Are the Rules of Tajweed?
There are many rules of tajweed, including the rules of stopping and continuing recitation, Noon Sakin, and tanween rules ( Izahar, Idghaam, Iqlab, Ikhfaa), Meem Sakin rules, and Madd.
Following the rules of tajweed helps to ensure that the Qur’an is recited in a beautiful and correct manner, in accordance with the guidelines set out by the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
How Can Tajweed Be Learned?
There are many ways to learn tajweed rules such as reading Noorani Qaida books or watching youtube free channels. However, we recommend you join online tajweed classes because you’ll learn with Quran tutors specialized in this field.
Enrolling in a Tajweed course will allow you to study each rule step-with-step and apply it when reading Quran in a very systematic way that can’t be found in books (since rules are written and not heard)..
In tajweed online course, you’ll hear the tutors apply the rules when reciting Quran, which makes tajweed easier, especially when combined with determined practice
Learning Tajweed Rules Online Course
Provided by hafizon, the pioneering Islamic academy, this course It’s a foundational course for Quran recitation and is 100% online. Also, You will be able to learn at your own pace and there are many reviews and training for the lessons until it’s fixed in your mind and you can apply it even unconsciously.
will help you or your kids to recite any surah in Quran easily and confidently without any need for assistance since we cover all of the basic rules of tajweed and some advanced concepts. The teacher will teach each of the rules in a separate lesson with a lot of examples from the Quran in order to understand.
What You’ll Learn in This Course?
Tajweed Online Course Includes All the Rules of Tajweed with Its Application in Quranic Verses, Including.
1. Characteristics of Arabic letters
2-Articulation points of the letters
3-Rules of Seeking Refuge and Saying Basmalah
4-Noon Sakin and tanween rules (Izhar, Iqlab, Idghaam, Ikhfaa)
5-The difference between Idghaam with Ghunna, and Idghaam without Ghunna
6-Rules of Noon and Meem with shadda
8-separate letters in Quran “muqaṭṭaʿā”
9-Lam Sakin types
10- rules of Lowering and Elevating Letters
11-Rules of the letter Ra (ر)
12-Idghaam types (idgham mutamatsilain mutaqaribain dan mutajanisain)
13-Hazmat types and rules
14- Haa Al-Kinayah
15-Iltiqaa’ Al-Saakinayn in one word
16- –Iltiqaa’ Hamzat
17- Taa Marbuta & feminine
18- Signs of Stopping (Waqf)
Who Is the Course For?
this course is for kids and adults who want to improve their Quran recitation and at least know how to speak Arabic or have completed the Nour al bayan course and recognize Arabic alphabets. The minimum age for enrolling in this course is 4 years old.
Requirements: access to the internet, download the zoom app.
Why Choose Us?
There Are Many Pros to Learning Tajweed Online with Hafizon Academy
- free trial classes
- Interactive learning environment
- Qualified Quran teachers from Egypt
- Certificates and rewards
- 24/7 service
- Monthly performance reports
- Female and male Quran teachers
- One-to-one live sessions
- Age-appropriate online classes
- Quizzes and activities inside the session.
Frequently Asked Questions
Many people ask many questions about learning tajweed. This section will cover as many inquiries as possible
What Resources for Learning Tajweed?
There are many resources available for learning Tajweed, including books, online courses, and audio recordings that can help you learn the correct way to recite the Quran, such as The Science Of Tajweed: Theoretical Rulings And Practical Note.
However, the best way is to find a teacher to help you learn Tajweed.
What Are Challenges of Learning Tajweed?
There are several challenges that come with learning Tajweed.
- First and foremost, Tajweed is a complex system with many rules that must be followed in order to correctly recite the Quran, and the can seems quite difficult for beginners to grasp.
- In addition, Tajweed requires a great deal of practice and repetition in order to perfect. For that reason, the student should dedicate a lot of time and effort to mastering it and a lot of students just don’t have the discipline to continue despite herders.
- Finally, it can be challenging to find a qualified teacher who is able to properly explain the rules of Tajweed.
We solve all those issues in Hafizon as we vetted all of our teachers and evaluated their skills before joining to ensure that they master the rules of tajweed and are able to communicate them in the simplest manner possible.
How Can Tajweed Be Applied in Daily Life?
Tajweed can be applied in daily life by using it when reciting the Quran or in your prayer. It helps you to pronounce the words correctly and with the right intonation without mistakes.
Also, reciting with tajweed adds this reflective, pious atmosphere when reading the holy book, and improves pronunciation and Arabic fluency, even when communicating with other people in casual conversation in Arabic.
What Are Some Common Mistakes Made in Tajweed?
There are a few common mistakes that people make when reciting Quran with Tajweed. Firstly, many people tend to rush through the verses without taking the time to enunciate each word properly, with can cause words to mingle together and lose their meanings.
Also, some people may incorrectly pronounce certain letters that alter the meaning of the sentences, especially when missing harakat on the words, for example reading fatha instead of Dumma can change the structure of the sentence.. To understand, see this example below
إنّما يخشى اللهً من عباده العلماءُ
this sentence means that scientists feel devout to Allah becauseُ ُالعلماء is a subject (over it is a Dumma) but if you read it العلماءً with fatha, the meaning of the sentence will be Allah fear scientists, which is totally wrong.
How Can One Improve Their Tajweed?
There is no one answer to this question, as everyone will have their own unique way of improving their Tajweed. However, some tips that may be helpful include:
- practicing regularly
- listening to recordings of the Quran recited with proper Tajweed
- seeking out guidance from a qualified Quran teacher.
- With consistency and effort, anyone can improve their Tajweed!
Tajweed is a science focused on improving the recitation of the point that the Quran was revealed.. and it combines many rules such as Idghaam, ikhfaa, madd and waqf.
In the Tajweed course, our tutors take you step-by-step to the world of all of those rules, explaining each of them in detail, starting from the articulation points of the Arabic letters, and how to pronounce them properly, and going further into more complicated yet necessary topics.
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