Lesson 27, How to recite Surat al-Falaq with Rules,tajweed guide book 1


Lesson 27   (intermediate)
This is lesson 27  of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
Lesson 27, How to recite Surat al-Falaq with Rules,tajweed guide book 1

Most of the rules in Surat al-Falaq  was explained in the previous lessons such as : The rules of Noon Saakin or Tanween, the Qalqalah rules .
The new rules in this lesson : The Rules of preventing two Sakins from meeting مَنْع إِلْتِقَاء السَّاكِنِين

Lesson 26, How to recite Surat al Ikhlas with Rules,tajweed guide book 1

lesson 26, How to recite Surat al Ikhlas with Rules,tajweed guide book 1 


Lesson 26   (intermediate)
This is lesson 26  of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
Lesson 26, How to recite Surat al-Ikhlas with Tajweed Rules,Tajweed Guide book 1

After we covered All the rules in Saurat ul-Ikhlas ,Noon Sakinah and Tanween Rules, the Qulqalah rules and the Madd Silah Sughrah or Lesser connective Madd
In this Lesson we will spill out Surat-ul-Ikhlas with Noorul-Bayan method

lesson 25, The Connective Lengthening مَد الصِّلَة,tajweed guide book 1


lesson 25, The Connective Lengthening مَد الصِّلَة,tajweed guide book 1

Lesson 25   (intermediate)
This is lesson 25  of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
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Lesson 25: The Lesser Connecting Medd مَد الصِّلة الصُغرَى 

The Lesser Connecting Medd مَد الصِّلة الصُغرَى
It is a Madd that comes from the vowel on a  هاء الضمير(pronoun or possessive pronoun ـه) which meets the following conditions:
A  ـهon the end of a word (last letter) that is not part of the original make-up of the word, representing the singular third person male.  It is voweled either with a Dhammah or a Kasrah, positioned between two voweled letters, the reader is not stopping on it, and it is not followed by a Hamzah.  When all these requirements are met the Dhammah on the ـه  (if there is one) becomes lengthened into a 

lesson 24,Sakt سَكْت or The breathless pause ,tajweed guide book 1

lesson 24,Sakt سَكْت or The breathless pause ,tajweed guide book 1 

Lesson 24  (intermediate)
This is lesson 24 of “Tajweed Guide to Read Right book, part 1”
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Lesson 24: The Sakt  سَكْت (The breathless pause )

Sakt  سَكْت
The breathless pause

Its applied definition: Cutting off the sound for a time less than the time of a stop, without breathing, with intention of returning to the recitation immediately.
Places that   حَفْص عَن عَاصِم   مِن طَرِيق  الشَّاطِبِّيَّة    has a سكت
There are four places where the Sakt is required (waajib) for the reader reciting the Qur'an by the way of Hafs 'an 'Aasim min Tareeq Ash-Shatibiyyah to do all of these  سكت as long as he/she is reading the two words that have a سكت in between them in continuum.  If the reader stops between the two words (which is allowed in al-Kahf and Ya seen), then the  سكتwould not be employed, since it is now a stop.  

 

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