A Guide To The Principles Of Tajwid By Khalifa Ezzat
Author: Khalifa Ezzat
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.2 x 5.8 x 0.3 inch
Publication Year: 2009
About This Book:
Tajwid translates as "to improve or do better." It all comes down to learning and using the guidelines for correctly reciting the Quran. These guidelines were taught to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by the Angel Gabriel (peace be upon him), and he practiced them in his recitation.
These guidelines are essential for everyone who carefully studies the Quran. Indeed, the Quran commands us to "recite the Quran distinctly" (73:3).
Khalifa Ezzat's goal in writing this book is to assist readers comprehend and appropriately implement Tajwid regulations. The book is anticipated to address themes such as accurate pronunciation of Arabic letters and sounds, elongation regulations, halting and pausing laws, and other fundamental factors that regulate the beautiful and harmonious recitation of the Quran.
While it is normally preferable to study tajwid from a tutor, this book can be of tremendous assistance to Quran students. It is broken into seven chapters that describe the tajwid concepts and guidelines. There are also diagrams and tables to help with studying. This is an excellent resource for people looking to enhance their Quranic recitation.