For each Muslim, learning the Qur’an with Tajweed is a priceless asset. You want to feel every letter of the Book after scanning it. Many people fantasize about being able to recite the Qur’an flawlessly, just like Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Tajweed is only applicable until it’s put to use. There isn’t any restriction on how you recite the Book since people from various places speak different languages and dialects of those languages. Tajweed-based learning of the Book of Genesis allows you to focus on the fundamentals. You learn how to pronounce each letter of the alphabet correctly and skim with an authentic accent. I have listed some easy ways to learn the Quran with Tajweed.
· Continually reaffirm your desire to succeed.
Adults find it very difficult to learn new languages’ phonemes. Because of this, you’ll need a lot of stamina and willpower. It’s easy to feel disheartened when you keep trying and still can’t obtain the superior sound. Remind yourself why you’re doing this at these times. In the following hadith, the Prophet (saws) urged us to persevere in our faith:
According to both Sahi Bukhari and Muslim,
There are two types of angels: honorable and submissive scribes (angels), and those who are skilled in Qur’an reading but struggle to do it in the best possible manner will get two rewards.
· Don’t be frightened of making errors.
If you don’t know how to recite the Quran correctly, you may think it is forbidden. Ignoring the Quran because of this idea is not only misguided but also dangerous. Allah reaffirmed,”
So fear Allah as much as you are able and listen and obey and spend [in the way of Allah ]; it is better for yourself. And whoever is protected from the stinginess of his soul – it is those who will be successful. [64:16]
· Let’s go over each rule one by one.
Before moving on to the following rule of recitation, practice the one you’ve just learned. If you attempt to learn too many rules at once, you may get overwhelmed and perhaps quit the game altogether. Go over each rule Slow and steady for perfection.
Stay on top of your game. Makhraj and sifaat may be practiced at any time and in any location. Pronounce them as often as possible whenever they occur to the mind — when thinking, relaxing, or watching television. Try making those voices yourself, exactly as a newborn would. When newborns learn a new language, they do not care what other people think, and they do not become humiliated by their actions.
· Listen carefully and try to mimic what you hear.
Listen to as much Quranic recitation as you can. Beginners should start with a recitation that is sluggish and repetitive, such as Husayri (RH). Listen, and then attempt to repeat what you hear. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll discover that it’s a breeze.
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