Al Quran ul kareem With Tajweed Rules (Persian/Pak/Indo Script) 13 Line Ref 23CC
Book BInding: Hardcover
Size: 8.0 x 5.5 x 1.5 inch
About This Book:
A particular Quran has been created to teach people how to properly recite it: the Al Quran ul Kareem with Tajweed Rules (Persian/Pak/Indo Script) 13 Line Ref 23CC. This translation of the Quran incorporates color-coded guidelines to make it simpler for readers to comprehend and practice Tajweed, which is the science of correct Quranic recitation.
There are 13 lines on each page of the Quran, and there is a color next to each letter that stands for a different Tajweed rule. For various Tajweed criteria, including Ikhfa (partial assimilation), Idgham (complete assimilation), Izhar (no assimilation), and others, there are seven different colors utilized. It is easier to recognize and apply these guidelines when reciting when colors are used.
The Persian/Pakistani/Indonesian script, which is widely used in the Indian subcontinent, is used to print the Quran. Many people in the area are accustomed to reading this script, which makes it easier for them to read the Quran.
There are many advantages to applying the Tajweed guidelines to this Quran. First off, it aids readers in mastering the proper recitation and pronunciation of the Quran. Second, it enhances comprehension of the Quran's philosophical underpinnings. Readers can focus more on the spiritual meaning of the poems by paying attention to Tajweed rather than getting distracted by pronunciation technicalities. In the end, this Quran improves recitation fluency and self-assurance.