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Learning Quran Online with Technology:
Apps cannot replace a teacher. There must be someone who can correct you in your accent or mistakes in joining words. Our teachers use the software for their audio-video lessons. They introduce them to kids so that they can study and practice at home. Using of colors and audio effects attracts the kids’ students especially and they tend to grasp the lesson quickly.
Learn Quran online with Tajweed:
We give you the opportunity to learn proper and beautiful recitation. We have the best courses of learning the Quran with Tajweed. Our students both adults and kids equally benefit from this course. Mostly our students are kids who start their learning with proper rules. In this way, they become expert reciters because they start with proper rules. Adult students who are new to Islam also join the course. Also, some of the Muslims who want to correct their pronunciation join the course.
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Noorani Qaida is the first step in the learning journey of the Quran. Without learning this course you are not able to become a good reciter. We are offering the course to our students who are beginners in learning Quran. This beginner-level course will teach you the basics and rules of reading the Arabic language.
Hafiz ul Quran
Hafiz ul Quran or Hafiz is someone who intends to pursue the memorization of the Quran and retain it. In order to memorize the whole Quran, the hafiz tries to get familiar with the Quran, understand its sections, learn the entire Quran orally by heart, and retain its stanzas and ayaat (the plural of ayat which refers to one verse in the Quran). Besides memorization of Quran, it is also important for a hafiz to comprehend the Quran, know Allah Almighty’s injunctions for a Muslim, and lead his life accordingly.
The Rewards for Hafiz-ul-Quran
In Islam, hifz ul Quran (the memorization of Quran) has been emphasized. A hafiz will be rewarded for his efforts in memorizing the Quran both in this world and in the Hereafter. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is reported to have said, “the best amongst you is he who learns the Quran”. In other narrations from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), it is reported that the hafiz who leads his life according to Quranic injunctions will be compensated with a crown of brightness in Jannah. He will be asked to start reciting the Quran in a slow and considerate tone and keep climbing the levels of the paradise. The place where a hafiz finishes the entire Quran will be his station in paradise. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is also reported to have siad that whoever learns the Quran and spends his life according to its teachings will be given abode in the highest level of paradise?jannah. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is also reported to have said that a hafiz will be given the permission to intercede with Allah on the day of Judgement on behalf of ten members of his family who are bound to enter hell due to their actions. His relatives will be relieved from the tormentation of hell because of Hafiz's intercession. This hadith is narrated by Imam Tirmidhi in his famous hadith collection named ‘al-Jami’. The Prophet Muahmmad (PBUH) is also reported to have said that the parents of a hafiz will be crowned on the day of Judgement with a crown of splendour whose brightness will eclipse the sun. The hafiz and his family members would be wearing special clothes on the day of Judgement which will be recognized from a far according to a hadith.
The Holy Quran also commands the believers to read the Quran. The very first revelation of the Quran addressed humankind in the following words, ‘Peruse! In the Name of your Lord Who has made. He has made man from a coagulation (a piece of thick coagulated blood). Peruse! Also, your Lord is the Most Generous. Who has educated (the composition) by the pen? He has instructed man what he knew not" [96:1-5]. The Prophet (PBUH) said in a famous hadith narrated by ‘Uthman (may Allah Almighty be pleased with him), "the best of you is he who learned the Holy Quran and instructed it to other people.” In addition to the general virtues of learning and reciting the Quran, there are specific virtues mentioned for specific parts of the Quran in several hadiths. The Prophet (PBUH) is reported to have said, “perusing Surah Al Mulk everyday in the evening time will save a believer from punishment in the grave”. The Prophet (PBUH) is also reported to have said, “Surah AL Fatiha is proclaimed as Shifa/solution for each ailment”. Similarly, according to a hadith, reciting Surah Kahf on Friday will save believers from the trial of the Dajjal.
The Quran states that a believer who comes up with a good deed will be compensated with the reward for ten good deeds. It is reported from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) that reciting even a single letter of the Quran is a good deed. By this standard, a hafiz gains countless good deeds on a daily basis. As a hafiz has to recite the verses several times a day, he can earn hundreds of thousands of good deeds each day. The good deeds of a hafiz will go beyond calculation with these being multiplied with ten in light of the Quranic promise of ten deeds for each good deeds. This way, a hafiz can earn myriads of good deeds throughout his life. As is the standard practice, a hafiz spends most of his day for three to four years during the hifz. In these years, the hafiz is completely preoccupied with hifz commitments. One just cannot imagine the amount of rewards that he gets entitled to. Even after the hifz is completed, the hafiz can still continue gaining rewards as he has to revise his manzil (the daily recitation target) on a daily basis. In this way, the rewards of a hafiz will never cease to exist. He will enter a phase of life where his reward never ends. He starts an unending chain of countless rewards because of hifz.