Tajweed Rules of Noorani Qaida
Arabic Language is the mother of all the language. In this post we are going to discuss some important Tajweed Rules of Noorani Qaida.
Tajweed Rules of Joining the letters
The rule for joining the letters is, only the head of letter is written in the beginning and in the middle of any word. The complete shape of letter is written at the end of the word.
What do you know about Haroof-e-Muqattia’t?
There are 14 letters in the Quran which are known as Haroof-e-Muqattia’t. These letters comes in the beginning of Surah’s.
Note: It is only Allah (SW) and Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) who knows the meaning of these letters. There is nobody who knows the meaning of Haroof-e-Muqattia’t.
How many types of Movement?
There are 3 types of movement
- Fatah (Fatah means we have to raise the sound.)
- Kasrah (Kasrah means we have to drop the sound.)
- Dummah (Dummah means we have to read the sound by rounding the lips.)
What is Tanween?
- Double Fattah is Tanween
- Double Kasrah is Tanween
- Double Dummah is Tanween
Tanween actually means Noon Sakin which is hidden in Sound.
How many Maddah’s letters?
There are 3 types of Maddah letters | Tajweed Rules of Maddah letters
- Alif Maddah
- Wao Maddah
- Yaa Maddah
Definition of Alif Maddah
If the letter has Fatah before Alif then Alif is called Alif Maddah.
Definition of Wao Maddah
If the letter has Dummah before Wao sakin then wao is called Wao Maddah.
Definition of Yaa Maddah
If the letter has Kasrah before Yaa Sakin then Yaa is Called Yaa Maddah
How many Rules for Alif | Tajweed Rules
There are Four Rules for Alif
- If Alif Has Fatah, Kasrah, Dummah or Sakoon Sign than Alif will be changed into Hamza
- If Alif comes as a Alif Maddah than we can read Alif. If it is not Alif Maddah we can not read Alif.
- Whenever we make a stop if the last letter is Alif than Alif will be changed into Alif Maddah
- If the letter Noon comes with Fatah before Alif than we have to skip the Alif . In that case we can’t read Alif. It goes against the rule.