TAJWEED

CAN U RECITE QURAN WITH TAJWEED?

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there are two types of errors that we make while reading the quran
1.lahney jali- the major errors and 2. lahney khafi the minor errors.
while making the major errors, the meaning of the text changes which is wrong, while making minors errors the meaning does not change .
 
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so there are 3 types of major errors.
1. replacing a letter with an another letter. eg qaf with kaaf.
people in a hurry read "kul huwal lahu ahad" but its "qul huwal laahu ahad"
kul means eat and Qul means say so the meaning is changing......so from now on whenever we read the quran, we shall take care of these things!
 
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2. replacing a harakah ( zabar zer pesh/ fathah zamma kasra) with another harakah or sukoon!
example: in surah ikhlas last verse, when people are in a hurry they will read "kufuwan" as "kufwan"
that is the pesh/zamma is being replaced by a sukoon,, which again changes the meaning, so next time onwards we should learn the surahs correctly with all the correct harakahs and make sure to recite it in the same manner! InShaAllah , may Allah help us!
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last major error is
3. to add an alif or reduce a alif.
adding or removing an alif again changes the meaning, so we must take care while reading!
 
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The minor errors include:
not reading the madd, not doing the qalqala, ghunna, ikhfa, iqlab, idhgam etc.
 
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What is tajweed?
It refers to the rules governing pronunciation during recitation of the Qur'an.
The importance of Tajweed:

And recite the Quran with measured recitation."[Quran 73:4]
Muhammad bin Al-Jazaree the great Qur'an and Hadeeth scholar of the 9th Century (Hijri) says in his famous poem detailing the rules of Tajweed:

"And applying Tajweed is an issue of absolute necessity, Whoever doesn't apply Tajweed to the Qur'an, then a sinner is he."

Sheikh Zakariyyaa Al-Ansari [died in 926 H.] said in explanation of this verse in his book: Sharh al-Muqaddimah al-Jazariyyaa
"It is required to observe all of the Arabic rules in that which changes it and ruins the meaning".
jazak Allah khair
 
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