Noorani Qaida vs. traditional Quran learning methods

A little booklet called Noorani Qaida aims to introduce readers to the fundamentals of the Quranic language. The book was created by the Islamic scholar Sheikh Noor Muhammad Haqqani. This extremely informative book can benefit both children and adults because it teaches readers not only the Arabic alphabet but also how to pronounce it. The way the chapters are organized is very cleverly done so that beginners can learn each rule step-by-step.

The introduction of the book starts with the letters and then is followed by how to join them. It also makes it easier for you to read the words and sentences. The fact that the words and sentences in Noorani Qaida are drawn directly from the Quran is its strongest feature. Therefore, the book is beneficial to correctly read the Quran.

Noorani Qaida vs. traditional Quran learning methods

The Quran is difficult for non-Arabs to understand and learn. This amazing book facilitates learning Arabic letters with precise articulation points, which opens the door to acquiring a wholly native Arabic accent.

Along with accent improvement, Noorani Qaida offers thorough comprehension of Quranic Arabic grammar, including how words are put together to form words, how sentences are put together, which sign refers to which rule…etc

If Noorani Qaida is mastered before reading the Quran, it helps you correct pronunciation to avoid mistakes. Non-Arabs, especially beginners, are usually unaware of the hidden mistakes they have while reading and learning the Quran.

Traditional Quran learning

Traditional Quran learning is focusing on Repetition with the children, or the adults repeat listening to particular parts of the Quran until memorizing it. This way is not the best way to learn Quran; because the learner must read the verses himself. 

Can I Memorize The Holy Quran by Myself?

Yes, you can learn and memorize the Holy Quran on your own with ease. All you need to do is to start with the Noorani Qaida book, it helps you step by step learning the Quran.

  • Before you start memorizing the surah (Chapter), first, search for the meaning as a whole to understand it.
  • Memorize verse by verse, don’t split the verse into smaller parts or it will be hard to remember the verse.
  • Ask your teacher to explain to you the meaning so, it becomes easier to memorize.

Abu Umamah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:
I heard the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him saying, “Read the Qur’an, for it will come as an intercessor for its reciters on the Day of Resurrection.”



The question is; Which Surah must we Memorize First?

The first surah that must be memorized first is surah al-Fateha because it is the surah that we read every day in every Rakah in Salah (Prayer). Then we move to memorize other short surahs like surah Al-Ikhlas, surah Al-Falaq, and surah Al- Nas. Memorize surah Yaseen and Al-Mulk, as both are the prophet Muhammad’s Sunnah to read daily before going to bed.

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The Messenger of Allah peace be upon him said,

“Whoever recites a letter from the Book of Allah, will be credited with a good deed, and a good deed gets a ten-fold reward. I do not say that Alif-Lam-Mim is one letter, but Alif is a letter, Lam is a letter and Mim is a letter.”

[At- Tirmidhi].

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