Tajweed Qur'an (From Al-Ahqaf to Al-Nas) (Arabic Edition) by Dar Al Marifah (Publisher not Author)

Tajweed Qur'an (From Al-Ahqaf to Al-Nas) (Arabic Edition)

Book Title: Tajweed Qur'an (From Al-Ahqaf to Al-Nas) (Arabic Edition)

Publisher: Dar Al Marifah

ISBN: 993342355X

Author: Dar Al Marifah (Publisher not Author)


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Based on a practical understanding of phonology, we have color-coded some letters to facilitate the correct recitation of the holy Quran. This enabled us to classify these letters into three possible categories to enhance the reader's knowledge and remembering of Tajweed rules:
- The letters which requires expanded vocalization. We used red color to highlight these letters.
- The letters which are nasalized these letters are green in color.
- The dark blue color indicates the emphasis of the letter (R), the blue color indicates the unrest letters-echoing sound- (qualquala)
- While the letters which are written but are not vocalized. These letters are gray in color.

The publishers have designed the text to show the rules of Tajweed when reading the Qur'an. The text is written in Outhmani style and has case vowelization and dotting on the letters that are audible. The text is color coded using grey to show when a letter is not pronounced, red indicates letters which require expanded vocalization, green indicates nasalization and blue shows the emphatic pronunciation of the letter. The text shows transliteration in Latin letters and translation in the English language for easy reading.