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How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days: A Reading Plan for Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is a golden opportunity for anyone to complete reciting Quran.

And as Muslims tend to complete reciting Quran in the month at a regular pace, they tend to complete reciting Quran more thee times in Ramadan

That equals one khatam every 10 days.

If you feel enthusiastic, keep reading. In this article, you’ll know some steps that help you Complete the Quran in 10 Days, let’s go.

How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days

How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days

Here are some steps that show every muslim how to finish the quran in 10 days

Step 1: Choose a Method that Works For You

There is no one specific way to read and complete reciting the Quran. Some people prefer to complete a few Juz of the Quran by a fixed deadline, while others allocate specific times along the day to recite it. However, it’s more rewarding if you set a daily amount of reading.

Since Quran consists of 30 juz, it’s more likely to read it in 10 days if you read at least 3 juz every day. You can either read all of them in a specific period from the maghrib to Isha or read one juz every alternate prayer.

Step 2: Start with The Right Intention

Every good act should be inspired by a sincere intention that you do it for seeking Allah’s pleasure, not for vanity or hypocrisy.. and the aim of Ramadan is to increase faithfulness and sincerity as the prophet s.a.w said, “verily, actions are by intentions and every person will attain what they have intended for.”

So, Make sure your intentions are righteous before starting to read the Quran. And whenever you pick up the mushaf, purify your heart and say:

“O Allah, make all our deeds righteous and pure for your honorable face, and do not make any of them for the people, nor for the devil a share in them, and accept them, our Lord.

Read also: The Importance of Reciting the Holy Quran Daily: Benefits and Tips

How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days

Step 3: Make Quran Buddies

Quran buddies are important for motivating you to complete the Quran, and there is no wrong with having some people with you sharing the same wonderful goal of reciting the Quran, as allah said in the Quran:

Cooperate with one another in goodness and righteousness, and do not cooperate in sin and transgression. And be mindful of Allah. Surely Allah is severe in punishment. (surah ma’idah ayat 2)

Here are short ideas on how to make Quran buddies:

  • Find a Quran buddy to help you learn and understand the Quran.
  • Connect with siblings or friends who are known for their connection to the Quran.
  • Announce your goal with your connections in the masjid
  • Participate in Whatsapp groups for memorizing Quran

Step 4: Use Your Leisure Time for Reciting The Quran

Reciting the Quran is a great way to spend your leisure time. It is a relaxing and rewarding activity that can help you learn more about your faith.

It can also be a great way to connect with other Muslims who share your love of the Quran

Just keep your eyes on the activities that are wasting your time with no value in return, and cut them out of your day, thus, you can start reciting Quran as a replacement for those non-productive activities.

Step 5 Make a reading chart

By making a Quran recitation chart, you can track your progress and improve your recitation.

If you didn’t draw your recitation chart, you can apply this one.

DayAmount of Quran Surahs
1th60 pagesAl-Baqarah (Full) and surah al Imran to verse 83
2th60 pagesFrom verse 83 of surah al Imran to verse 76 of surah M’aada
3th60 pages From verse 77 of surah M’aada to verse 33 of surah Al Anfal
4th60 pages From verse 34 of surah Al Anfal to verse 43 of surah Yusef
5th60 pages From verse 44 of surah Yusef to verse 61 of surah AL Kahf
6th60 pages From verse 62 of surah Yusef to verse 11 of surah Furqan
7th60 pages From verse 12 of surah Furqan to verse 22 of surah Al Ahzab
8th60 pages From verse 23 of surah AL Azhab to verse 38 of surah Fussult
9th60 pages From verse 39 of surah Fussult to verse 24 of surah Al Hadid
10th64 pagesFrom verse 24 of surah Al Hadid to the end of the Quran

Reminder: You don’t have to follow this chart literally, but it’s bitter to try to stick to it as possible

Watch this video on how to complete Quan in 10 days

Step 6: Divide the pages

There is another way you can follow to complete the quran in 10 days and depends on the number of pages.

The number of pages of the Noble Qur’an is 604 pages. If you read 6 pages before each prayer and 6 after it, then you’ll be reading twelve pages.

If you multiply this number by the number of prayers, which is five (12*5), then you’ll read sixty pages daily. So, you can complete the Qur’an in ten days, as the remaining four pages contain short Qur’anic surahs that can be read after the last prayer on the tenth day.

Step 7: Read at Regular Timings

To be more punctual, try to recite the Quran at certain fixed times every day.

For example, you can set the early hours in the morning to read the Quran or make use of the time after isha to complete the three juz in Qiam prayers.

And If you followed the second way of reading by pages, you’ll be able to set a regular timing more easily.

Step 8: Read the Dua for Completing Reciting

After each time for reciting the holy book, read this dua:

“Oh Allah, have mercy on me with the Qur’an and make it for me a leader, a light, guidance, and mercy… Oh, Allah remind me what I forgot of it and teach me what I did not know, and grant me its recitation during the night and the ends of the day”

How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days
How to Complete the Quran in 10 Days

What are the blessings of completing the Quran during Ramadan?

There are many blessings to reciting the book during Ramadan in Islam, including

  • Muslims try to complete the Quran during Ramadan in order to receive blessings from Almighty Allah.
  • Ramadan is the month in which the Quran was revealed.
  • The month of Ramadan is a time to reflect upon the Quran for its scarcity
  • Ramadan is a time to learn more about the Quran and to better understand its teachings.
  • Reading Quran during Ramadan is one of the Islamic rituals practiced by millions of Muslims
  • Fasting and the Qur’an will intercede for its companion on the Day of Resurrection. Fasting prevents its owner from food, drink, and lust, and the Qur’an prevents its owner from sleeping at night in order to read it, so they have a great reward

Read also: How to Recite Quran Beautifully: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques

Is It Haram to Read the Quran During Your Period?

A lot of women might wonder if is it okay to read the quran during that time period, Here is the fatwa of muslim scholars.

Imam Abu Hanifa, Ahmed ibn Hanbal and Al-Shafi’ said it’s haram for women to read Quran during Menstruation, and they took evidence from the hadith of the prophet Mohammed

Ibn ‘Umar reported God’s messenger as saying, “The woman who is menstruating and the one who is seminally defiled must not recite any of the Qur’an.”

However, this hadith is Da’if (weak). On the other camp, some scholars, like Malik, ibn Taymiyyah, Al Tabari, and Ibn al-Uthaymeen see whether a woman can recite Quran during Menstruation (whether she is a hafiz for Quran or not. (However, she shouldn’t touch the mushaf as Allah said in Quran:

that Book with Allah none can touch but the purified (surah Waqiah, 97)

And that means she can wear gloves or read from a mobile phone.

Do You Get a Reward for Listening to Quran?

Listening to the recitation of the Qur’an with keeping attention is one of the best acts of worship, and among the good deeds that’s rewarding for the one who did it,

Allah said in the Quran:

When the Quran is recited, listen to it attentively and be silent, so you may be shown mercy.

And prophet Mohammed asked Ibn Masoud to recite Quran and listened to his reciation

Abdallāh b. Mas’ūd said:

When God’s Messenger was on the pulpit he asked him to recite to him and he replied, “Shall I recite to you when it was sent down to you?” He said that he liked to hear it from someone else, so ‘Abdallāh recited Sūrat an-Nisa’ up to this verse, “How then shall it be when We bring from every people a witness and bring you against them as a witness?”(Al-Qur’ān, 4:1-41) Then on being told that that was enough for the present, he turned round to him and saw the tears falling from his eyes.


Reciting Quran is a devout act of worship that increases our nearness to Allah, thus many people love to recite it more than once in the blessed month of Ramadan.

In this article, we’ve shown you slight tactics you can apply for completing Quran in ten days, so you can recite it 3 times at Ramadan, and have great rewards from Allah inshallah.

Hope you find this post helpful for you. and if you’ve some experience in reading the Quran for 10 days and want people to learn from it, please, share it below.

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