Beginners Guide - 10 steps of learning Quran

 

What is the best way for a beginner to learn the Quran? We frequently receive this question, so we've chosen to present you with extensive information that will assist you in learning the Quran step by step. We are here to assist you at every stage of learning the Quran for beginners.

Some may suggest that you begin with Noorani Qaida, while others may suggest that you begin with the smaller chapters. You might also be told that Tajweed is the best way to memorize the Quran. With so many viewpoints, you may become perplexed and yet have no idea how to learn the Quran for beginners.

We've put up a list of 10 steps to assist you master Quran reading, recitation, and memorizing. So, let's get started with the 10 stages for beginners on how to begin reading the Quran.

1.      Noorani Qaida is a perfect way to start.

Noorani Qaida is a book that aids in the learning of the Quran for children, beginners, and those who are unsure how to properly read this Holy Book. Noorani Qaida should be your first Quran learning guide if you have no prior knowledge of the Holy Quran or the Arabic language.

2.      Learn how to read the Quran.

You will have a basic comprehension of the Arabic vocabulary after reading the Noorani Qaida. You're familiar with them and can read them. It is now time to advance to the next level and begin reading the Holy Quran. The goal is to master reading the verses of the Quran rather than merely the words.

3.      Begin with simple chapters.

Many people believe that memorizing the Quran is difficult for beginners and children. You should begin reading the Quran with simple and short chapters. Start reading the Holy Quran from the first juz if you've mastered them and developed fluency.

4.      Get to Know Your Favorite Verses

Though the entire Holy Quran occupies a special place in the hearts of Muslims, some verses are more significant in terms of the benefits they provide. You can read these verses after you've started reading the Quran and before you've finished reading it in order.

5.      Try to find your favorite chapter.

The Holy Quran contains 114 chapters in all. Its chapters, like the words of the Holy Quran, vary in their accessibility.

6.      Take a look at the nitty-gritty details.

 When reading or reciting the Holy Quran, you will learn about the finer points that must be considered. Stoppages (waqf), Sajdah in the Quran, how to perform them, and elongations should all be learned.

7.      Choose a Recitation Style (Qira'at)

Why limit yourself to reading the Holy Quran when Allah has endowed you with such a beautiful voice? The Holy Quran should be recited.

8.      Learn how to recite the Quran.

It's time to learn the Quran recitation when you've decided on your Quran recitation method. It is not necessary to learn the Quran recitation, but if you are interested, you should do so.

9.      Learn Tajweed from the Quran.

Understanding Tajweed regulations will help you take your Quran recitation to the next level. Tajweed does not have to be learned by every Muslim. It's all a matter of personal preference.

10.  Make a decision on whether or not you want to Hifz Quran.

You can also memorize this Holy Book. Several people are interested in memorizing the Holy Quran because of the rewards Allah has given. It is now up to you to decide whether or not you want to gain the title of Hafiz.