Juz Amma: Tajweed Qur’an with meaning translation and transliteration in English
About the Book
This wonderful Tajweed Quran book contains all of Juz Amma – which is part 30 of the Noble Quran, starting from Surah An-Naba to the last Surah of The Noble Quran: Surah An-Nas.
This Juz Amma Tajweed Quran book includes translations of the Quranic verses and transliteration into English.
Translation: meanings of the Quranic versus are translated into English and placed on the margins around the Arabic text.
Transliteration: Arabic letters are presented by English letters with added symbols in order to give the same sound of Arabic letters.
English transliteration makes it easier for the speakers of the English language to read the Tajweed Quran in Arabic pronunciation using the English alphabet letters.
Juz Amma contains many short Surahs, which makes learning this chapter of the Noble Quran a perfect start for kids, beginners and students.
This Juz Amma Part comes in the standard portrait form, with a nice glossy soft cover. Each page contains 15 lines as any standard Quran.
- Colour coded letters: to present the Tajweed rules (which is a very good and simple way to learn and apply Tajweed rules)
- Obvious script: extra spaces were added between the words in order to make it easier to read and recite the Quran
- Permissible stops: long spaces were added at certain places where it is permissible to stop (helping to avoid stopping at wrong places or times)
- A set of very useful indexes such as: Surahs Colour Index, Subject Index
- Tajweed rules explained in details with helpful illustration
- This part of the Tajweed Quran is in Hafs narration
It is our Islamic responsibility to educate our Children in the Deen, especially in teaching them the Noble Quran.
The Prophet (saaw) said:
â€œThe one who recites the Quran and is well versed in it (i.e. its recitation), will be in the company of Angels who are scribes, noble and righteous; and one who falters in its recitation and has to exert himself, will get double the reward.â€
(Muslim, Narrated on the authority of Aaâ€™isha)
â€œMany of the distinguished Scholars memorized the Quran, before reaching the age of puberty. Ash-Shaafiâ€™ee memorized the whole of the Quran when he was only seven years old. An-Nawawee memorized it when he was ten. Ibn Taimiyyah memorized it before attaining puberty, as did the Noble Sheikh, Ibn Baaz, may Allah have mercy on all of them.â€
(Quoted from the Islamic Parenting book: â€œRaising Children in the light of the Quran and Sunnahâ€, page 53)
The Prophet (saaw) said:
â€œWhoever recites the Quran and acts upon it, his parents will be adorned with a crown on the Day of Judgement whose light will be better than the light of the sun in the worlds homes. So (if this is the reward of his parents) then what do you think about the one who actually does the act?â€
(Reported by Abu Dawood, 1453)