This lesson is about Harakat or the auxillary signs, its a basic Tajweed lesson.In this lesson we will talk about Kasra, Fatha and Dammah. Following is the Live Quran video which helps you in learning Tajweed.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Learning Quran Tajweed is very important for all of us, with the ease of technology it has become easier for all of us to study via internet. Today i am posting Live Quran video for basic Tajweed lesson with urdu instructions you can listen and easily follow these rules. Today's lesson is about Haroof e Tahaji.
Monday, February 7, 2011
This post is about Maddah (Prolongation). Maddah sign indicates to prolong (stretch) the Madd letters Alif waw and ya. There are several kind of Maddah, Duration of stretching (2 ½ to 5 length of haarakah) and it depends on adjacent letters in a word. The detail rules are essential for advanced learner only and should be master from a qualified teacher. Listen to the following Live Quran Tajweed session this will clarify you more.
This post is about Mushaddah (w) (Tashdid). A Tashdid sign that appears over a letter represents two of the same letter (Double consonant). The first letter having sukoon and the second letter having its short vowel. A letter having Tashdid sign is called 'Mushaddad' and each of the two letters must be distinctly pronounced twice. Following is the Live Quran Tajweed video lesson which can helps you in understanding the above rule which I have written in the text form.
Sunday, February 6, 2011
This lesson is about [Silent letters]. As a general rule, the letters having no sign on them (empty letters) must be treated as silent letters. Since they do not produce any sound of their own therefore, they should be overlooked. These silent letters generally occur when long vowel letters (Madd) Alif waw and Ya are involved. Exception to the silent letter rule is Maddah Alif referring to lesson 8.
[Special rule for letter Hamza or Alif] When there is a letter Hamza or (Alif) with sukoon, it should be pronounced clearly and sharply. When a vowel sign appears over or under the letter Alif , it is in fact letter Hamza. In the copies of Middle Eastern print of Holy Quran, the letter Hamza is shown as a tiny Hamza riding over or under the letter Alif. This Live Quran video will help you a lot in learning this lesson.
This lesson is about Leen letters (SOFT letters). When there is a letter with Fathah 'a' and the next letter is ya saakin, it produces 'ay'sound (some cases 'ai'). This is called 'Ya Leen' or 'soft Ya'
When there is a letter with Fathah 'a' and the next letter is waw (with or without saakin) it produces 'ow' sound ('au' some cases). This is called waw Leen or 'soft waw'. I have uploaded the following Live Quran video too for your ease.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
In Arabic, a vowel is called Haarakah A letter having a vowel sign is called Mutaharrik. If a letter is without a vowel sign, it is called saakin (resting) and where a sign appears over a letter which points out a saakin letter is called Sukoon (jazm)
When there is a letter with any short vowel sign and the next letter has a sukoon sign then the both letters will jointly produce a single (syllable) uninterrupted sound. You can listen to this Live Quran video it will clarify you more.