Memorizing the Holy Qur’an

Memorizing the Holy Qur’an

The Holy Qur’an is the book of Almighty Allah divinely revealed (Quran 15:9) through the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be on him) for the benefit of, and as guidance to all mankind (Quran 3:19; 3:85; 5:3; 6:90; 7:158; 25:1; 33:40; 57:25). Muslims are instructed to follow its guidance (Quran 6:92; 6:155).

As Muslims we are required to memorize the Qur’an in the performance of the five daily salaat (worship), in which they recite verses from the Qur’an in prayer. Beyond this, there is great merit in memorization of the Qur’an, physically from health benefits to an abundance of blessings and numerous rewards in the afterlife.

Memorization of the Quran is not an easy feat. The Quran is divided into 114 surahs (chapters), containing 6,236 ayah (verses), comprising approximately 80,000 words. To memorize the Quran in 1 year, a person would have to memorize 20 ayah (verses) each day. Even then, to ensure full recall, the Quran must be constantly revised.

Notwithstanding the challenge, in some Muslim countries thousands of children graduate as Hafiz-e-Quran annually. To date the Quran is one of a few, if not the only book – religious or secular – that is memorized by millions of people throughout the world.

There are different techniques used in memorization, which vary depending on individual and teacher propensities and preferences. Some persons prefer to hear the recitation aloud, others to read the script, and yet others to do both. Whatever the method, the expectations are complete and accurate memorization of the verses and chapters being learnt.

Now, you too can begin the journey, and enjoy the benefits, of memorization of the Holy Quran. The MAI method uses both audio and visual cues to support memorization – wherever you are. You can read the text (in Arabic or its English transliteration), and listen along to reciters as they recite verse by verse – slowly, with pauses for you to recite after them, before the next verse begins.

If they methods or their combination proves useful to you, enroll for free (here – http://maiinstitute.com/product/hifz-005/) and follow along to memorize the last 10 chapters of the Holy Quran. More chapters will be added as the course matures.

How To Access

Access is easy.

  1. Visit http://maiinstitute.com/product-category/short-courses-1/
  2. Add the product ‘Hifz’ to your shopping cart,
  3. Checkout,
  4. Create an account if you don’t already have one (no credit card is required), and
  5. Submit.

Your login credentials would be emailed to you, and you’re in.

May Almighty Allah bless your efforts.

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