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Noorani Qaida is a professionally designed set of rule for pronunciation for Quran alphabets. In this modern era Noorani Qaida has now designed in very colorful way so any student can learn it, and they can memorize all alphabets with their pronunciation.

Professional Qari can then give them proper guidance for reciting e.g. where to emphasis on specific word? And where to relax your tongue? while reciting Holy Quran? This way of learning makes students easy to come on the right track for reciting Quran with Tajweed.

Tajweed is the set of rules governing the way in which the words of the Quran should be pronounced during its recitation.

A man was reciting the Qur’ân to Abdullâh ibn Mas’ood and he recited,“InnamasSadaqâtu lil-Fuqara-i wal-Masâkeen, Ibn Mas’ud said, “This is not how the messenger of Allâh recited it to me!”, so the man inquired, “how did he recite it to you?” so he said, “lil-Fuqarââ-i wal-Masâkeen”, he prolonged the vowel. This is a proof that the study of Tajweed was taught by the prophet sallAllâhu alaihi wa sallam and the Sahâbah were very particular. Even though the madd at the time was not called Madd Muttasil but practically, the rules were applied.

Rules of Tajweed
 

Manners of the heart


Quran is the final revelation of Allah Subhana Wataala, and required complete concentration and devotion while reciting.
Understanding the meaning of Quran guides us the course conduct about living life.
Reciting Quran always have positive impacts in our thoughts and heart.
One should feel that every message in the Quran is meant personally for himself or herself.
Quran is for all humanity not for any specific group of people. Any person from any religion can listen and recite it for the relief of any problem in life.
 

External manners


One should be vigilant of the purity of body, clothes, and place.
One is encouraged to face the Qiblah.
One should stop at a verse of warning and seeking protection with Allah.
One should stop at a verse of mercy and asking Allah for mercy.
One should use pure classical Arabic pronunciation, without foreign or dialectic influence.

Nazra is to read the Holy Quran verbally, without translation and memorization and Hifz is the memorization of the Holy Quran by heart. Hifz course is particularly designed for those who has already taken Nazra-e-Quran, but you may took this course depending upon the student’s capability. These courses include

Tajweed (Pronunciation of Holy Quran with the rules of Tajweed)
Training of five time daily Prayers.
Method of Ghusal, Wudhu, Funeral and Eid Prayers.
Memorization of various Duas and Surahs for Nazra Students.
Basic Aqaa'id, Fiqh, Islamic History, Sunnah, Etiquettes, Halal & Haram etc.

It is to read the Holy Quran through meanings and word to word translation into English and Urdu. It includes:

Translation of Holy Quran in Urdu and English.
Memorization of various Duas and Surahs for Nazra Students.
Basic Aqaa'id, Fiqh, Islamic History, Sunnah, Etiquettes, Halal & Haram etc.

It is to read the Holy Quran through its meaning, translation and interpretation of the Holy Quran, so as to comprehend the meaning of its application and intention of the Holy Quran. It includes:

Translation with explanation of Holy Quran in urdu and english

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