Publisher: Dar Al Ma'arifa
Pages: 616 Binding: Hardcover
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This is a tajweed Quran with the full 10 recitations of the Quran. Comes with a nice; beautifully designed hard and heavy duty cover; very strong binding; perfect finishing. The paper quality is very high. The X-Large Quran is very unique; there is no other printed Quran similar to it in terms of the layout; it is the perfect gift for the loved ones in the special occasions.
Published By: Dar-Al-Maarifah; Damascus; Syria
The ten recitation that are mentioned in this Mushaf are:
1) Imam Naafi? (Qaloon; Warsh)
2) Imam Ibn Kathir;
3) Imam Abu ?Umuru;
4) Imam Ibn ?Amir;
5) Imam ?Asim;
6) Imam Hamzah;
7) Imam Al-Kisaani;
8) Imam Abu Ja?far;
9) Imam Ya?qub;
10) Imam Khalaf.
There are seven different recitations that have authentic chains of transmission outlined by Imam Ash-Shatibiyy; and each of the seven are named for the reciter that made this particular recitation; or recitations famous.
Each of the seven have two branches off them; by two students of this recitation; either directly from the imam himself or with a sheikh or two in between them. Each recitation then has the main name of the imam that made it famous by his mastery; and two names off of it for those imams that learned from this main imam either directly or indirectly. The two branches may have very different rules; as each has its own chain of transmission and each is its own identity.
1. The first of the seven is Imam Naafi?; his full name is: Ibn Adur-rahmaan bin Abee Na'eem. Naaf'i recited to seventy of the taabi'een; the most notable; Abu Ja'far Al-Qa'qaa'.
a. The first branch of Imam Naaf'i is Qaloon. His name is: 'Iysaa bin Meenaa; and he was nicknamed Qaloon by his Sheikh (Naaf'i) because his good smooth recitation. The word Qaloon in the Roman language means good.
b. The second branch of Imam Naaf'i is Warsh. His name is: Abu Sa'eed 'Uthmaan bin Sa'eed Al-Misree. Qaloon nicknamed him Warsh because of his strong white color.
2. The second imam is Ibn Katheer. His name is Abdullaah bin Katheer bin Al-MuTalab Al-Qurayshee. He himself was of the taabi'een; and met up with some of the sahaabah; including Abu Ayoob Al-Ansaari; and Anas bin Maalik.
a. The first of his branch is Al-Bazzee. His name is: Ahmed bin Abdullaah ibn Al-Qaasim bin Naaf'i bin Abee Bazzah.
b. The second of Ibn Katheer's two famous branches is Qunbal. His name is Muhammed bin Abdur-rahmaan bun Khaalid Al-Makee.
3. The third imam is Abu 'Amrin Al-BaSree Al-Mazinee. He had the most shuyookh of all the seven reciters; and of his shuyookh was Ibn Katheer.
a. The first of his branch is Ad-Dooree. His name is: Hafs bin 'Umar Ibn Abdulazeez.
b. The second of this branch is As-Soosee. His hame is: SaaliH bin Zayaad As-Soosee. Both Ad-Dooree and As-Soosee took the recitation of Abu 'Amrin Al-Basree from Imam Yahya Al-Yazeedee; who learned directly from Imam Abee 'Amr.
4. The fourth imam is Ibn Aamer. His name is Abdullah bin Aamir Al-YaHSabee.
a. The first of the two that are known for relating the recitation made famous by Imam Ibn Aamer is Hishaam. His name is: Hishaam bin 'Ammaar bin NaSeer.
b. The second is Ibn Thakwaan. His name is: Abdullaah bin Ahmed bin Thakwaan Ad-Dimashqee.
5. The fifth recitation is known by the name 'AaSim. His name was 'AaSim Abee An-Najood. He was of the taab'ieen.
a. The first of the two relaters of this Imam is Shu'bah. His name is: Shu'bah bin 'Ayaash bin Saalim.
b. The second of the two; Hafs (different than the previously mentioned Ad-Dooree); has the full name of: Hafs bin Sulaymaan bin Al-Mugheerah Al-Asadee Al-Kufee. This is the way of recitation that the majority of the Muslims today recite; and the way of tajweed explained on this site.
6. The sixth recitation is known as Hamzah. The Imam that made this way of recitation famous is: Hamzah Habeeb Az-Zayyaat.
a. The first of the two that relayed from Imam Hamzah is Khalaf. His full name is: Khalaf bin Hishaam Al-Bazzar Al-Baghdadee.
b. The second is Khallad. His name is: Khallaad bin Khalid Ash-Shaybanee Al-Kufee.
7. The seventh recitation is known as Al-Kisaa'ee. He was named this nickname because it is said he made ihraam for going to Mekkah in a bag (Kees). His real name is: Ali bin Hamzah bin Abdullaah Al-Asadee.
a. The first branch or relater of Al-Kisaa'ee is Al-Layth. His name is: Al-Layth bin Khalid Al-Bahgdaadee. His nickname is Al-Haarith.
b. The second is Ad-Dooree; and he is the same Imam that related the recitation of Abu 'Amr Al-Basree.
The remaining three recitations outlined by Imam ibn Al-Jazaree; are also known by the names of the early scholars that made them famous; or had many students who learned these ways from them. As in the way of Shatibiyyah; each reciter has two narrators of the recitation of the first scholar; sometimes the two different narrations they learned from the first scholar are almost identical; other times; there is quite a difference. These are all authentic ways of recitation passed down in chains of transmission from the Messenger of Allah; (S.A.W); person by person until the recitation has reached us today; preserved by the Mercy of Allah; then by the strict adherence and correction by all in the chain.
1. The first of the three outlined by Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree is the recitation of Abu Ja'far. His name is Yazeed bin Al-Qa'qaa' Al-Madanee; who was an imam of the people of Medina in the qira'aat. He was of the taabi?een. He studied the recitation of the Qur'an from a group of the companions; among them Ibn ?Abbas; and Abu Hurayrah; may Allah be pleased with them all.
a. The first branch or narrator of the recitation of Abu Ja'far is Ibn Wardaan . His name is 'Iysaa bin Wardaan Al-Madani.
b. The second branch (narrator) of the recitation of Abu Ja'far is Ibn Jammaaz. His name is Sulaymaan bin Jammaaz Al-Madanee.
2. The second recitation is that of Imam Ya'qoob. His name is Ya'qoob bin IsHaaq Al-Hadhramee.. He was the imam of the people of Basra after Abee 'Amr.
a. The first branch (narrator) of the recitation of Ya'qoob is Ruways. The name of this imam is: Muhammed bin Al-Mutawakkil Al-Lu'lu'ee Al-Basree.
b. The second narration of Ya'qoob is Rawh. His name is Rawh bin Abdul-Mu'min Al-Basree.
3. The third imam is Khalaf bin Hishaam Al-Bazzar Al-Kufee; the same man as the first narrator of Hamzah. This imam then related the recitation of Imam Hamzah and was known for this other authentic recitation. Most of the scholars then refer to this recitation as either Khalaf Al-'Ashr; or Khalaf Al-Bazzar; to make sure it is differentiated from the recitation of Khalaf 'an Hamzah.
a. The first narrator of the recitation of Imam Khalaf Al-Bazzar is IsHaaq. The full name of this imam is IsHaaq bin Ibraaheem Al-Maroozee Al-Baghdaadee Al-Waraaq.
b. The second narrator of this recitation is Idrees. His name is Idrees bin Abdul-Kareem Al-Haddaad.
May Allah be pleased with them all and give them light in their graves.
In this copy of the Tajweed Quran we have colour coded the Quranic narrations in order to make it easier to distinguish between them; so the words that have different reading aspects are pointed out in the very same page; and explanations to these aspects are included on the wide margins too.This is to safe your time and efforts; and fulfil your aim to comprehend the differences and distinctions.
Alla (sw) ordered us in his holy book to recite the Quran with Tajweed ... 'Quran recitation modulating'. System of Tajweed serves as a guide for improving the recitation of Quranic style. It was in this way that the Qur'an revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him); as well as the manner in which he recited it. Therefore; the readers of the Quran are eager to realize the promise of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh): 'whoever recites the Quran correctly and proficiently will be with the bountiful dutiful writers (the angels of the preserved tablet - Al lauh Al Mahfuz'.
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 reader will get used to reciting the Quran by using colors very easily. By engaging the eye; the reader will find him/herself applying 24 rules of Tajweed with ease and precision while his/her mind is left un-enganged to comprehend and understand the meaning of the holy Quran. For more details click here
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Color coded letters: to present the Tajweed rules; 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. It helps to avoid stopping at wrong places or times.
A set of very useful indexes such as: Surahs Color Index; Subject Index.
Tajweed rules explained in details with helpful illustration.
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