What is Quran memorisation Course:
It is time to have a look at the course contents to know what you will learn and memorise in the Quran memorisation online program.
Prerequisites of Quran memorisation
- A person can only start memorising the Quran once he/she is able to read the Quran.
- A person memorising the Quran has to learn a number of new verses/ayas of the Quran every day. This is called the ‘sabaq’ or ‘the daily lesson’.
- A person memorising the Quran must revise the memorised sections of the Quran daily to strengthen his/her memorisation.
- The memorisation of the Quran refers to both memorisation and revision. Without daily revision, it is impossible to retain the memorised sections of the Quran.
How will you memorise the Quran?
You can choose to memorise either the entire Quran or some parts of the Quran. You will have to memorise the Quran with tajweed (reciting the Quran according to the rules of recitation).
You need to know the following terms for the memorisation of the Quran.
Sabaq: Sabaq refers to the daily new lessons. This may vary from a few lines to a few pages depending on time availability and mental faculties of students.
Sabqi: Sabqi refers to the recently memorised sections of the Quran which are fresh in memory and have not strengthened in one’s memory. These need to be revised on a daily basis in order to strongly commit them to memory. Ideally, this should include the lessons memorised in the last one month.
Manzil: Manzil refers to the entire memorised sections of the Quran. The entire memorised parts are divided into equal portions whose revision can be managed on a daily basis. The memorisers have to recite a part of the memorised sections to the teacher every day in such a manner that the entire memorised section is covered in a month.
The memorisers must recite the sabaq to the teacher first followed by sabqi and then manzil.
Why Do We Need to Learn The Quran?
Holy Quran is the heavenly book of Allah (SWT) revealed on last Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
The Noble Quran is the 4th sacred book, the greatest gift of Allah Almighty to mankind. The Holy Quran is a form of guidance for all mankind and its generations to come till the Day of Judgment. By developing an affiliation with Quran, a Muslim is able to understand the instructions from Allah Almighty and find the right path to live life and be among those who are under the blessings of Allah Almighty in this world and in the hereafter. The Quran contains the word from Allah. It shares all the information that is required to become a true believer.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasized reading the Holy Quran daily. It is a blessing from Allah (SWT) that we can absorb the Quran in our hearts by memorising it with proper understanding. Quran memorisation is a difficult task but one that has been made easy upon us by Allah Almighty. Memorising the chapters of the Quran has very high rewards for the Muslims. AS stated by our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in His hadith: “The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Quran and teach it (to others).” (Muslim)
Quran memorisation Course for Kids:
All Muslims dream of memorising the Quran. For many, it is the biggest dream of their lives. To fulfil your dream, we are offering a special course that will help you memorise the Quran. We provide you with trained and experienced teachers who will guide you throughout the duration of your memorisation of the Quran.
Does Memorising the Quran Improve Memory?
Memorising the Quran definitely sharpens one’s memory. Committing the entire Quran to memory requires the activation of all cells of the brain. When the cells of a brain are fully functional, it will definitely enhance the memory. Hence, it is a common observation that the memorisers of the Quran have stronger memory as compared to those who are not memorisers of the Quran.
How Should You Plan The Memorisation of the Quran?
If you intend to memorise the entire Quran, then you must commit to the following conditions;
You must be 7 years old.
You must know how to read the Quran according to the rules of tajweed.
You must have completed the oral reading (Nazra) of the Quran at least once with a teacher. If you are not proficient in reading the Quran, then you will have to enrol in a one-month reading course with us following which you will be allowed to commence the memorisation of the Quran.
You will have to commit to lessons of 45 minutes to 1 hour (60 minutes) on a daily basis.
The timings of the classes will be based on your preferences and availability. However, you must commit to 5 to 6 days of classes in a week for memorisation of the Quran.
You can choose to memorise the Quran in the following ways.
Memorise the entire Quran
Hifz any particular part/juz/section of the Quran
Memorise any chapter/surah of the Quran
Memorise the last part/jus of the Quran (part/juz 30)
Time taken to Memorise
The following table will help you in assessing the time required to complete the memorisation of the Quran.
|Daily Amount||Duration Of Completion|
|1 Verses||17 years, 9 months|
|3 verses||5 years, 10 months|
|5 verses||3 years, 6 months|
|7 verses||2 years, 6 months|
|9 verses||1 year s, 11 months|
|11 verses||1 years, 11months|
|13 verses||1 years, 4 months|
|15 verses||1 years, 2 months|
|17 verses||1 years,|
|19 verses||11 months|
|20 verses||10 months|
|Half Page||3 years, 4 months|
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