How to Memorize the Holy Quran?

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How to Memorize the Holy Quran?

How to Memorize the Holy Quran is a rapidly asked question. The Holy Quran is the divine book of Allah. He has taken responsibility for its authority and safety till the day of Judgement. At the time of revelation, it was written on leaves, bones, and other materials. Some of the companions were to memorize it by heart. Then the chain continued till today and will remain forever. The Quran was transferred from heart to heart. Every Muslim wish to memorize it or want their children to

Here are few points to remember about How to Memorize the Holy Quran and work plan for memorization:

1- Sincerity of intention to memorize is the first element in this regard. This is the basic point to go for and then the whole building is based on it.

2- Determination is the other part of the main theme. You need to make it the utmost priority task of your life.

3- Get a very good teacher who is mater in helping you memorize and strive to achieve this goal. The teacher must have memorized himself/herself with the chain of authority.

4- Join an institute for it like many would be available in your locality or you can find them online like TarteeleQuran or Online Quran Teachers.

5- Timetable to work on your daily lessons and revisions is a must and integral part of your efforts. Never compromise on your task of memorization with something that is not your priority.

6- Lessons preparation is the main task. Get a copy of the Quran (the Book) and keep the same forever and don’t change the page and line pattern of the book. Make sure whatever you try to memorize must be mistaken less before you start memorization of it. Recite to the teacher from the page get corrected by your teacher. There should not be any mistake of Tajweed and reading. Then start with the name of Allah. S.W.T. Take three or four words of the verse and read it looking at it pointing your right-hand finger on it three to seven times. Then try to read it by heart. If you did it by heart then take the next three or four words and do the same. Now read both parts (6 or 8 words)looking at them by pointing your finger three times and then do it by heart 3 times. Add the next three or four words and read three to seven times and do that third part by heart and then read all three parts of words and then do them by heart and complete the verse. In this way, you can complete the verse. The same pattern you will do with verses once you memorized them.

7- Once you will memorize few pages, do revise them and recite them by heart to your teacher daily. Once you memorized more than a Juz (Part out of 30) then divide it into equal parts and recite by heart to your teacher according to the teacher’s instructions.

8- Be consistent in your schedule and don’t miss your schedule for more than two days or three days per week. Regularity is also important in making your efforts fruitful.

9- Make Dua for completion and seek refuge from the Saitan. Do some of the Sadaqah for it to be saved from the hardships during the times-pain of memorization.

10- In-Shaa-Allah once you did the whole memorization, then your responsibility would be to keep it fixed for the whole life and revise it daily at least one juz. Try to recite in Qiyam of Ramadan every year.

This is the constant effort to achieve the goal of how to Memorize the Holy Quran?. Listen to some famous reciters to boost your interest level daily. Connect to the people who are memorizing the Holy Quran. Make your own environment at home or office to make it easy to memorize.

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