Tajweed Masterclass

An integrated plan for reciting The Holy Qur’an with Tajweed & with correct Makharij

Class Duration – 30-60 Mins

Timeframe – 4-6 Months

Sessions – 50 Classes (Approx.)

Course Description

This Course is designed to learn, understand & recite the Noble Qur’an with proper Tajweed and pronunciation using the correct Makharij rules.

The Quran Tajweed & Makharij is the science of reciting the Quran according to the way heard by the companions from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Allah Almighty said in Qur’an, “And recite the Qur’an with measured recitation.” (73:4)

We use the Qaida Nuraniyah and some textbooks to teach the Tajweed & Makharij, where we cover the basic and advanced level of the Tajweed rules, and it will also help them in pronunciation of the Arabic alphabets then slowly move on to join letters to make words.

What You Will Learn

  • You will be able to understand all the Tajweed Rules from basic to advanced level
  • Your Qur’an Recitation will be beautified with Makharij
  • This course will increase your recitation speed
  • You will learn approx. 30 Rules of the Tajweed
  • Attain CONFIDENCE in reading Arabic and reciting Quran with Tajweed
  • It will help you to understand the Qur’an Properly
  • Be able to find your own mistakes and fix them

Who this course is for.

  • This Course is designed for the who cannot read the Quran
  • Who want to learn the Tajweed Rules
  • Whoever is looking to beautify Qur’an Recitation smoothly
  • Want to understand the mythology of the Makharij
  • Want to strengthen a relationship with Allah SWT

Details about Tajweed

What are Quran Tajweed Rules?

It is derived from the Arabic word “جودہ” which means” beautiful”. Hence Tajweed means to “make something good”.

Tajweed refers to the knowledge by which the correct words for each letter are learned for the recitation of the Qur’an and how to pay it correctly.

Purpose of Tajweed Rules:

Protecting the language from errors during the recitation of the Holy Quran so that every letter of the Holy Book is pronounced in the same way as it was revealed by Allah (SWT) to the heart of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon Him).

Importance of Tajweed Rules:

In the Holy Qur’an, Allah has revealed to His Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him):

“And read the Qur’an very well” (AL-Muzammail: 4)

So it is clear that it is necessary for every Muslim to learn knowledge of Tajweed based on his own ability and strength so that he can recite the Quran correctly and beautifully. And he will get happiness and success in the world and the Hereafter from Allah Almighty. Otherwise, he would be guilty of errors of pronunciation during recitation of the Quran. It is particularly important to learn and teach the rules of Tajweed in order to avoid the mistakes from which the Qur’anic verses and words imply to be changed.

Course Content

The book of Qaida Nuraniyah teaches the alphabet and words, then step by step reading of the verses from the Quran, in addition to the basic Tajweed & Makharij rules. This helps the students to learn and understand Arabic and recite the Quran fluently.

The power of the “Qaida Nuraniyah” booklet lies in the methodology and sequence used in this book to learn Arabic in general and Quran reading specifically.

Moreover, we have our customized version of the “Noorani Qaida” booklet with a color code that allows better readability of the alphabet and develops a better understanding of Tajweed & Makharij.



Huroof Mufradat


Focus on the students’ pronunciation and identification of the Arabic alphabets (Huroof Mufradat).

Read the letters with proper makhraj (pronunciation of a letter)

Huroof Murakkabat


Students will learn about the joint letters.

All the letters from أ-ي


Students will learn the sound of the short vowels

Fathhah, Dhammah, Kasra

The sound will then be applied on every alphabet for more practice


The letters that have sukoon are called Harf Jazam.

Students will be taught how to read the Huroof Jazam



To read the letters with echo sound when they have sukoon on it.


Huroof Maddah

Madd Asli

Letters with harakaat will be prolonged, if they are followed by letters of madd which are ا ي و.  this will be broken down in three sections of Madd bil Waw, madd bil alif and madd bi yaa

Harf leen

When a letter with Fathah is followed by the ىsaakin or وsaakin it will be read with a slight bend.


The rule of hamzah depends on the position of the letter.

Hamzat Al wasl (joining)

Hamzah al qat (cutting)

Small Alif, small Yaa and Small Dhammah

We should stretch it same as Mad Asli


Madd badl

This madd is sounded for two counts when continuing recitation or stopping after the word with the madd. This madd is only found within one word, and occurs when the hamza has the respective diacritic on it, e.g., if the harf madd ‘waaw’ follows a hamza, the hamza has a dammah on it.

Madd Muttasil (Big Madd)

When a Hamza appears in the same word after a letter of Madd. The duration of Madd-ul-Muttasil is 4 Alifs (seconds)

Madd Munfasil (Jaaiz) Small Madd

When a word ends with a letter of Madd and the following word begins with a Hamza. • The duration of Madd-ul-Munfasil is 3 Alifs (seconds).

Madd Silah Sughrah (Prolonging of Haa)




Madd Al –Silah is the prolonging of the (Haa)The Madd will be with (Waw) if the (Haa) has Dhamma and by (Yaa) if the (Haa) has (Kasra).

Madd al-silah has two types: sughra (lesser) and kubra (longer). If the Haa was not followed Immediately by (Hamza) then it is Madd Silah Sughra

Madd silah sughrah (Madd Munfasil jaaiz)

The detached letter Haa when comes between 2 vowelled letters (either Kasra or dhammah neither of the two letters can have sukoon) should be lengthened for upto 4-5 counts

Huroof Illat

Empty letters


When the letters alif wow and yaa don’t have any vowel on them, they should not be read.

Alif when preceded by fathah and there is NO sukoon or shaddah after it should be lengthened


The tanween is an “n” sound added to the end of the word. When a letter with Tanween is read it makes the N sound but there is no visible Noon it’s the sound of the double vowels. Gathatain, dhammatain and kasratain.

Harf Mushaddad

The letter which has the shaddah on it should be doubled.

Noon Saakin and Tanween





Each topic will be taught separately

Meem Sakeen

Ikhfa shafawi

Idhhaar shafawi

Idhghaam shafawi

Rule of laam



Idhghaam shamsi

Ismu Jalaalah

Rule of reading the name of Allah in the Quran

Ismu Jalalah Mufakham

Ismu Jalalah Muraqqiq

Rule of Raa



Jawaaz al wajhain (can read in both ways)

Madd laazim

Harf muqataat

Harf mushakkal


Stops in the Quran

End of aayah

Waqf laazim

Waqf mutallaq

Waqf jaaiz



Maddu aaridh li sukoon


Maddu Iwadh

Maddu leen

Noon qutni

The noon qutni is the former noon sakinah of the tanween and is recited only when joining a letter ending in a tanween to a word that begins with hamzatul wasl.

Further explanation will be given in the class.

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Is the class schedule suitable for me?

Yes. You decide what time works best for you. On all seven days of the week, teachers are accessible.

How do I begin?

To get started, just complete a Trial Class form, and we’ll handle the rest.

Are these classes pre-recorded?

No. Every class is conducted ONLINE and in-person with an instructor.

Where is the headquarter of your business?

Our main office is in London, United Kingdom, and we also have a satellite office in Dubai, UAE. We have employees and educators all throughout the world.