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Entire Quran in 15 Lessons

When you put your mind and heart into something, you will get it done. One of my students, one of the best sisters that I’ve taught so far, completed Quran with me in 15 lessons. Well, one last lesson remains, and I am writing this post right before the final lesson happens. She started off …

Giving Quran Time

We are living in a time where everything has to be rushed, multitasking is the norm, and we find it difficult to sit still in silence. If you find yourself struggling with silence and patience, then pause and ask yourself, how is your heart feeling in this rush, hurry and haste? Are you still focused …

Hifdh Checklists

Here’s a sample of the Hifdh checklist that I’ve created for the students of the Quran. This list will help you go over the verses you’ve memorised without opening your Mus-haf. https://readings.gumroad.com/l/sample This is just a sample, so it’s free. Just add 0 at the checkout. The actual hifdh list has the entire Quran in …

Quran After Ramadan

Now that you’ve completed the Quran in Ramadan (and even if you haven’t), you can start once more from the beginning and recite it in the blessed days of Shawwal. Short reminders benefit. Remind others too.

Quran Classes

Every once in a while, I take in students for private Quran lessons. The conditions are that:You know the basics of tajweed Can fix your mistakes on the goHave the ability to recite non-stop for at least 15 minutes. To join, email me at a@studyquran.academy

Reflect in Silence

There’s nothing that will have a deeper impact on your spiritual health than spending time in solitude with the Book of Allah. Over the weekend, try spending your time with Quran as follows: Select your favourite Surah. Read it’s summary, translation or tafseer. Recite it out loud. Reflect over the verses that capture your heart. …

Daily Reflection

When your day comes to an end, for a few minutes think about the amount of time you dedicated in your day to Quran- it’s recitation, reflection and putting its verses into action. Did you also make time for memorisation, revision and reflection on your journey with the Quran in this day? Also, what verses …

Translate Your Love into Action

If you want to memorise and revise your portion from the Quran, you must work on it daily, and for a good hour at the very least. If you’re timing yourself just to check off a goal on your daily tasks’ list- you need to re-align your intentions with the bigger purpose of your life …

Memorise

Memorise,If you cannot memorise, then revise.If you cannot revise, then recite.If you cannot recite, then listen to the Qur’an. Just make sure that you maintain connection with it every day.

Your Efforts

Reciting Quran regularly brings clarity to the heart and strengthens your soul’s shield against the fitan around you. Your efforts to maintain the memorisation and revision of the Quran will end upon your return to your Lord. It is not something you can suspend or take an indefinite break from for as long as you …

When You Rise

Allah said: <<وَتَوَكَّلْ عَلَى الْعَزِيزِ الرَّحِيمِ>>And rely upon the Exalted in Might, the Merciful. No matter how worried, fearful or sad you are, the most beautiful thing you can do in your pain, sadness and fear is to raise your concerns to Allah. Only He can have more mercy on you than your mother, your …