Tajweed Rules: Leaning of the language is the most technical skill and this technique of learning as well as conveying in the said language comes through practice of the rules of that language. The Arabic language is the language of Islam and the Holy Quran. The reciting and listening the Holy Quran is the sacred duty of the Muslims. It is ordained times and again in the teachings of the religion Islam that reciting the holy Quran smoothly, fluently and beautifully has great importance and it is promised that those who recite the holy Quran smoothly, beautifully and fluently would be included in the company of the noble and obedient.
On the other hand, those who find difficulty in reciting the holy Quran and they recite it with difficulty, stammering or stumbling over the words and their pronunciation would be rewarded in double quantity.
Rule of reciting the holy Quran and to recite it smoothly and beautifully, rules of tajweed are necessary and even essential. Tajweed rules help the recite as well as the listener to understand the pronunciation and wording correctly and clearly. These rules are easy to grasp and understand. Without the learning of the rules of Tajweed, the recitation becomes somewhat difficult and even the meanings of the Arabic words are sometimes misunderstood. These rules consist of methods of the pronouncing the different words. These rules tell that how the words like meem, noon can be recited and when these words become silent and give the reciter knowledge when to stop or when to pass on without taking rest.
The books of the publisher give the reader quite easy access to the learning of the Quran and other teachings which are in the Arabic language. They are the part of our religious Islam. These are beneficial not only for the beginners of the language but also the adult learners. The necessary tajweed rules book helps the learners to build up their skill of reading the holy Quran smoothly and beautifully. These rules are derived from the knowledge that is gained and learnt from the Arabic and Tajweed Beginners Textbook. These rules help the adult learners to become competent and master the rules of Tajweed
The Tajweed rules include noon sakin, Al Madd and tanween. This book is also helpful for the adults who possess the basic knowledge of the Arabic language and want to recite the Holy Quran with tajweed.
- Introduction to Tajweed
- Seeking Refuge
- Saying Basmalah
- The Rules of Noon Saakin and Tanween
- The Rules of Meem Saakin
- Ikhfaa Shafawi
- Idghaam Shafawi
- Izhaar Shafawi
- The Rules of Noon and Meem Mushaddad
- Laam Shamsiyyah & Qamariyyah
- The Natural Madd
- Madd-ul-Aridh Li-Sukoon
- Signs of Stopping
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Shaykha Dina is Hafiza/memoriser of the Holy Quran, graduate of Al-Azhar in Egypt and holds an Ijaza in 10 Qira’at (different narrations of the Holy Quran). She is now teaching many teachers in the UK, and shares her expertise in her published books that are designed for non-Arabic speakers, to help them recite the Quran beautifully.