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Here is a chance for you to learn in the comfort of your own home and at a time that suits you. All you have to do is pick the course above and print out the PDF document and listen to the MP3 recordings that go with each lesson. Put it this way after the first course your prayer content will be correct and amazing because now you have better pronunciation and therefore you can concentrate properly.


In course 2 you will look at how to recite the Quran from scratch, yes, from the alphabet all the way to directly looking into the book of Allah and reading fluently. Seems like a dream right? All this can become a reality, all we need from you is your time. In course 3 we will have a look at the rules of Tajweed, which basically means fine tuning and in course 4 we will go through some chapters of the Quran. All in all not a bad deal, all the information you need and at no charge.


Remember this is not a substitute for a teacher but rather an aid, after completing each course please check with a local qualified scholar to listen to your prayer or your Quran.





Course 1:

Your Prayer Made Easy


This course will enable you to go through your prayer content step by step. All you have to do now is print the PDF documents on this page and with each page you will find a recording to match. Open the document to the relevant page and then click on the recording with the same title and off you go. Studying your prayer could not be any easier, in the comfort of your own home and when you are free. Most of all, no more embarrassing moments in front of any one. One thing we would suggest is that once the course is complete, please visit a local scholar and recite the content of your prayer to them. Once you have completed the course please spread the message and be a source of correcting someone else's prayer. Every

time they pray you will get an equal reward, how amazing is that. How much effort would it take for you to help someone else, not much right....




Course 2:

Your Quran Made Easy


This is the key course we need to master and therefore I recommend that time be taken to understand each lesson before moving on. Quran is the word of Allah and is very dear to all muslims wherever they may be. We need to recite correctly as it was revealed to the Messenger of Allah (pbuh). When this course is complete, you will be able to directly look into the Quran and read. The first 8 audio recordings, alphabet parts 1-6, full mouth letters and similar sounds are all related to the PDF document named My Alphabet. The rest of the audio is related to the main study book and is clearly marked lesson 1,2,3 etc. We hope you have fun learning and do not forget to pray for us. Remember it is not a crime to go over a lesson a few times to understand it and if need be you can always click the support button and send us a question anytime...




Course 3:

Your Tajweed Made Easy


This course will put the finishing touches to your recitation and teach you certain rules that are related to the Quran. This is a basic level of tajweed and our goal is to get you reading the Quran. After this course we are hoping that you will be able to put words together, construct full verses and in the end memorise chapters of the Quran. These set of rules are not the be all and end all by no means and therefore we want students to recognise that. On the other hand these rules are enough for you as a beginner to get the ball rolling. We would like you to print the PDF and listen to the relevant recording. Please remember the key is understanding and not speed. Not long now before you can sit back and say - At last I have done it...




Course 4:

Your Surah Made Easy


This course will cover 11 surahs (chapters) of the Quran in detail. Surah Al-Fatiha and the last ten surahs of the Quran. You will be shown how to recite these surahs step by step. You will be aided to identify the tajweed rules and also how to pronounce the surahs. The benefit of this will be that you will have more surahs for your prayers. Another benefit will be that after the last 10 surahs you can go through many more on your own and mark the rules. Please remember to go through whatever you learn with scholars locally. After completing this course we hope and pray that you are on a level to sit down on your own and remember your Lord through his words...

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Read with Tajweed


What is tajweed?



Tajweed ( ﺗﺠﻮﻳﺪ ) is an Arabic word meaning correct pronunciation during recitation. It is a set of rules which dictate how the Qur'an should be read. It comes from the root word 'ja-wa-da' meaning to make well, make better or improve.



The word is used in Surah Muzammil :


'And recite the Qur'an in slow measured rhythmic tone'

(Al Qur'an ; 73:4)


The Arabic word translated as 'slow, measured rythmic' is TARTEEL. The tafseer of the above ayat according to Ibn Kathir is 'recite the Qur'an slowly, making the letters clear, for this is an assistance in understanding and pondering the meaning of the Qur'an.'

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About Tajweed


Our Mission:

Explain some of the principles of tajweed and focus on the problems that non-Arabs have in reciting the Qur'an properly. Tajweed tidbit (titbit) lessons will be given in different aspects of tajweed, and questions submitted will be reviewed, answered, and posted






What is Tajweed?

The word "tajweed" means to improve, make better.


Tajweed of the Holy Qur'an is the knowledge and application of the rules of recitation so the reading of the Qur'an is as the Prophet Mohammed peace and blesings be upon him, recited.


This site explains some of the principles of tajweed and focuses on the problems that non-Arabs have in reciting the Qur'an properly.  Tajweed tidbit (titbit) lessons will be given in different aspects of tajweed, and questions submitted will be reviewed, answered, and posted.


How can you learn tajweed?

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