Tajweed (تجويد , meaning "elocution"), sometimes rendered as Tajwid, refers to the rules governing pronunciation during recitation of the Qur'aan. The term is derived from the Triliteral Root Jeem-Waw-Daal meaning "to make well, make better, improve". Basic Tajweed is a Fard Ayn (Personal religious duty) when reciting the Qur'aan.
Arabic Pronunciation makes use of sounds which are articulated very uniquely in Arabic elocution. There is a system for emissions of the sounds and their points(Makhraj ul-Huruf). See: Makhraj for more info.
THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR A REAL TEACHER IN THIS ART/SCIENCE EVEN FOR NATIVE ARABIC SPEAKERS. A PROPER SANAD(CHAIN) IS REQUIRED.
- Rules for Ahkhaam al-Huroof
- Rules for Ahkaam al-Noon as-Saakina wal-Tanween/Noon Saakina and Tanween.
- Rules for Ahkaam al-Meem as-Saakina
- Rules for Ahkaam al-Laam as-Saakinah
- Rules for Ahkaam-ar-Raa as-Saakinah
- Rules for Ahkaam al-Meem wa al-Noon al-Mushaddateen
- Rules for Huroof-al-Qalaqah
- Rules for Madd/Ahkaam-al-Mudood
- Madd-al-Asaalee al-Tabee'ee
- Madd Far'ee
- Madd al-Hamza
- Madd as-Sukoon
- Rules for Ahkhaam al-Waqf/Waqf/Rumooz al-Awqaaf
- Makhaarij al-Huroof/Rules for Makhraj/Makhaarij/Emission Points/Rules of Makhaarij
- Rules for Hamza
Sciences related to Tajweed
Rules for Mistakes in Reading
- Rules for Ghunna
- Madd Sukoon/Shaddah
Rules for Basmallah