A Tajweed is something that improves, makes something better. Tajweed, the rules of recitation of the Holy Quran, are known as the knowledge and application of rules of recitation, so the reading of the Quran is as if the Prophet Mohammed, peace and blessings be upon him, recited it.

What is Tajweed?

The word Tajweed comes from the root word “Jawdah,” which means

The word “quality.” Tajweed means “to improve,” or “to make something better.”

Tajweed is a linguistic term that means ‘proficient’ or ‘doing something well. In the Qur’an, this refers to giving each letter of the Qur’an its right and due. We offer all letters their right and due when we recite Qur’an according to the rules that apply to them in different circumstances.

Tajweed’s rules were applied to the Qur’an at its revelation. Therefore, Jibrael (AS) recited Allah’s words to Prophet Muhammad (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) in a particular manner and showed Prophet Muhammad (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) those words.

Quran Tajweed Rules

May Allah bless Hafsa bint Umar and her husband as well. She said on the authority of Hafsa bint Umar:

“I never saw the Messenger of Allah sit in his rosary, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, until he was a year before his death. May Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him, for he prayed in his rosary sitting, and he recited it long.”

It is also true that many of the basic rules of intonation and rulings have been practiced by the Arabs and applied to their speech without studying them. However, it was this dialect and language that revealed the Noble Qur’an, and it is this that prevents the reader from noticing the clear melody in the recitation. We will only focus on the provisions of endowment and initiation and the provisions of Noun Sakina and Tanween.

Examples of Tajweed rules: tajweed rules qalqalah and ikhfa rules tajweed

Definition of the Qalqala

The qalqalah is defined as stirring and disturbing, and its idiomatic meaning is to disrupt the letter as it is pronounced in a consonant. In al-Wasl,

The Tajweed of the qalqalah is also defined by the intensity of sound, as Imam Ibn al-Jazari – may Allah have mercy on him – described al-qabalah as a sound similar to a tone when the letters of the qabalah are silent, among other things to increase their completion. 

Qalqala Letters

There are five Qalqala letters combined with the phrase “Qutb Jad.” Some scholars have added the letter hamza because it is a vowel and a strong letter.

In the Qalqilah, loudness and shadda are the two adjectives that become Qalqalah.

To complete a pronounced and severe letter, it must be stressed.

In the same way as the Qalqalah, the pronunciation of it is not included with the letters because the sukoon softens and the substitution occurs, and since it is customary to remove it kindly, gently, and without pretension.

Despite their neglect, these two letters were not considered qabalah by the public.

What are all the Tajweed Rules?

It relates to the manner of endowing and initiating during the reading of the Holy Quran and clarifying matters that may lead to a breach of meaning. Several branches fall under it, the most important of which are:

The full Endowment

Endowment improves itself and what follows by completing and displaying its meaning.

Good Endowment

The endowment is good, but the endowment cannot start with what follows. Pre-endowment and aftermath are interconnected.

The Ugly Endowment

In other words, it is an endowment to which it is terrible to endow or to begin. Due to its unintended meaning and impolite manners, it breaks the purpose of the verse.

The Almighty said: [Indeed, Allah does not forgive those associated with Him but forgives those who are less than that.

Rulings of the nun Sani and tanween: the nun sani is a noun that is free of the three vowels and has four rulings and is attached to the tanween, and their rulings are as follows:


The language of manifestation uses the letters hamza, haa, eye, and ha, and loss and fraternity, which can be interpreted as eloquence.


The input language, or idiomatic expression, refers to the sound of the two letters as pronounced with emphasis on the second letter.


The meaning is in the language of transformation, but technically it refers to writing a letter in place of another letter, using only the letter baa.


It is idiomatically defined as the sound of the consonant nun or tanween plus the letter following them between diphthong and manifest. A total of fifteen letters are involved in concealment: i, z, q, s, k.

Benefits of learning Tajweed Rules

Learning Tajweed has many benefits, as outlined in some of the following

Here is some Ahadeeth:

The reciters of the Qur’an will be in the company of the noble and obedient angels’ Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, relates that the Prophet (SAW) said:

“Verily the one who recites the Qur’an beautifully, smoothly, and precisely, he will be in the company of the noble and obedient angels. And as for the one who recites with difficulty, stammering or stumbling through its verses, then he will have TWICE that reward.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

You will be from the best of people ‘Uthmaan, may Allah be pleased with him, said that the Prophet (SAW) said:

“The best of you are the ones who learn the Qur’an and teach it to others” [Al-Bukhari]

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