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The Best Way to Memorise the Noble Quran according to my Personal Experience January 27, 2007

Posted by Muhajirah in Hifz, Islam, Qur'an.
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By Dr. Yahya al-Ghouthani, Jeddah (world leading Quranic recitation authority)

Translated by Abu Muqatil – may Allah be forgiving to him and his parents

In light of the principles which have passed us by in the previous section, I say to whoever wants to memorize a page from the Noble Quran from any chapter that I hope that you will stay with me so we can read the following steps together at ease paving the way to apply it precisely.

1. Obtain a good mus-haf

Try to obtain a good copy of the Quran whose size is according to your need and never ever replace it so that you will be strong in memorising the parts of the pages and the lines. The mus-haf al-huffaaz (the memorisers’ codex) [i.e. the text of the popular green edition from Madina written by the world famous calligrapher, Ta Ha Uthman] is preferred which starts with the verse at the start of the page and finishes with the last verse, and it is divided up well, whereby the Quran being thirty juz` (parts), every juz` has 20 pages and every page has 25 lines. The King Fahd organization in Medina al-Munawwarah has built a printer for this copy and I advice getting it as it is the most accurate contemporary print.

 

2. Set the scene

Setting the scene for memorization according to the following:-

i. Self-composure – Have the correct intention in mind and a desire for reward from Allah

ii. Wudoo` (ablution) and complete purity – Do not take the easy option of those who give a fatwa (legal edict) for its opposite as that goes against what befits high regard of the Speech of Allah and good manners with it.

iii. Comfortable setting – Sitting in a place where you feel at ease, and there is no more sacred place than the mosque.

iv. Free of distractions – It is preferred that it is a place without many pictures, carvings, decorations and distractions. The more enclosed the place is – with all due regards to fresh air – the better, compared with open space, trees and gardens. Even if some may differ with me, but I say this based upon experience not from abstract thinking. The atmosphere for light reading is different from the atmosphere for focused memorization, as wide spaces, sceneries and trees distract the mind and focus. Whatever is suitable for light reading is not needed for genuine work and focus, as mentioned in rule 4.

v. Face the Qibla – (direction of prayer towards Mecca) and sit in a state of submission, tranquillity and respect.

 

3. “Warm up”

Begin the “warm up” process (for want of a better expression). It is the preparation where you read a few pages of the Quran before starting the memorization process, whether from memory or looking.

Recite nicely, listening to yourself without haste or delay.

This is a fundamental component in preparing the self. You will find many successful memorization teachers do not allow the student to memorize before getting them to revise the previous session and letting the sheikh hear. This is to prepare him psychologically and spiritually for memorization, whilst the student may be totally unaware of the teacher’s aim.

4. Be controlled in recitation

Beware of your voice’s beauty from distracting you at this point. The sweetness of your tone encompasses you in the atmosphere of chanting. So you start thinking that you’re so-and-so, the famous reciter, then you assume his persona and start to recite with deliberation and perfecting the letters. You repeat it and recite it again like some of the reciters. Perhaps it all goes over the top and you bring out a microphone and recording equipment. Time will pass by whilst you are unaware, and you become like that young man who really wanted to memorize the Quran but every time he sat down to memorize he opened the Quran at 7-rah Y-suf and began to chant it until the time passed him by and he memorized absolutely nothing.

5. “Feel that urge…”

About 10-15 minutes of the warm up exercise and personal preparation you will feel a strong desire in yourself to memorize, with that it is possible for you to start with a new page you want to memorize.

6. Focus

Here begins an important stage, you really have to doubly focus on the verses. Imagine that your eye is a camera lens, and that you want to film the page with sound and image. Be careful not to shake the camera.

7. “Action!”

Open your eyes well. Free your mind from any distraction. Read by looking at the first verse at the top of the page in an audible voice with tajw5d [the correct rules of recitation]. Read correctly with concentration. Lets use an as example His statement, the Most High:

 

سيقول السفهاء من الناس ما ولاهم عن قبلتهم التي كانوا عليها قل لله المشرق والمغرب يهدي من يشاء إلى صراط مستقيم

 

The fools among the people will say, “What has turned them from their prayer direction to which they were used to face in prayer.” Say, “To Allah belong both, east and the west. He guides whom He wills to a Straight Way.” [2:142]

Read three or more times until your mind takes it all in, then close your eyes and picture in your mind the places of the words and read them. If you succeed in reading them completely without any mistake, don’t get excited but instead repeat two, three or five times.


8. Repeat

Then open your eyes a second time. Read the same verse from the book to confirm the correctness of your memorization. If you are certain that you’ve memorized it correctly, don’t get excited. Instead close your eyes and read another time. With this you have chiselled in your mind an engraving that is impossible to disappear with the permission of Allah, the Most High. Try the steps carefully, you will definitely find this approach sound.

Note: During the process of recall and repetition, be careful not to divert your gaze to the things around you such as written notices distributed upon walls, posters, artwork, or décor. Do not follow a whirling fan. Do not be concerned about the type of furniture or coverings you’re sitting on. Be careful of excessively looking out of the windows, perhaps your eyes will chance upon something that will not please you, or perhaps you will be distracted by the scene of people in the street, or the scene of cars as happens to students during their revision for their exams. One of them stands at the window with the excuse of getting fresh air, then there he takes a census of cars based upon make and model, and in this manner time passes him and is wasted whilst he hasn’t benefited a single thing.

You have no business with these distractions, my brother. You have put yourself forward as someone from the people of the Quran and from its memorizers, and that requires motivation, perseverance, focus and an absence of distractions.

9. Next verse

After that move to the verse immediately following it:

 

وكذلك جعلناكم أمة وسطا

Thus we have made you a middle nation…[2:143]

 

 

 

and begin with the same steps we outlined with the previous verse. If you think the verse is long, then divide it into several parts corresponding to correct and sound stops and normal meanings. Then repeat and repeat many times until it is engraved deeply in your memory.

10. Connection process

Begin now with the connection process which I mentioned in the eighth rule of memorization. That is by opening the book and focusing on the last part of the first verse – for example – إلى صراط مستقيم …and read it with an audible voice then connect it quickly without any stop with the first part of the second verse وكذلك جعلناكم أمة وسطا. Repeat this process many times but no less than five times.

After reading these steps – if you like them – begin implementing them straight away and record in a special notebook the date of beginning memorization. Contact someone you love and trust, and then tell them that you have found a technique in memorizing the Quran that you began applying today, so that you can be someone who guides to good.

One of the benefits of contacting someone like this is that it will be an encouragement for you in memorization and continuation, as it reflects an increased conviction in oneself with what you’ve read.

This is what is confirmed in psychology, if a person does something and he convinces someone else about it, then it is like taking a firm stance without retracting from it and his behaviour increases his conviction in what he does.

It is possible to summarize this method in the following steps:-

1. Personal composure

2. Warm up

3. Concentration

4. Repetition

5. Connecting

Result = a strong memorization with the best method.

Source: Kayfa Tahfaz al-Qur`aan al-Kareem (“How to Memorise the Noble Quran”)

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1. Faisal - February 16, 2007

MashAllah, JazkulAllah Khayrn, i will use this in my quranic studies inshAllah May Allah Bless You

2. Muhajirah - February 16, 2007

as salaamu alaikum

wa iyyakum

May Allah make ur studies easy for u and make u successfull in memorising the Qur’an

3. Rabbee Zidnee Fahma... - February 23, 2007

Assalamu-alaikum!

JazakulAllahu Kharyun! This method of memorizing quran has proved very useful and I will continue to use it in further memorization insha-allah. May Allah (swt) bless and reward you greatly in both this life and the next, for helping your fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.

Wassalam

4. Syed Moosa - February 25, 2007

insha allah i will try it… it sounds very good… i have not yet tried but will soon do it..

5. muslim. - March 4, 2007

baraka allaho fekom ws2al allaho li walakom al3afow wal3afya fi donya wel akhra ya ra7man ya ra7em ya wadoud wasla allaho 3asyedna muhamad

6. Noor Moten - September 21, 2007

Brother
Very nicely explained and understood. My only desire is to become a hafiz for allah’s happinness and our beloved prophet(P.B.U.H) happiness. I pray that with patience my dream will come true one day.

7. A Yunus - November 5, 2007

Masha Allah…I have made up my mind insha Allah to memorise the quran as soon as possible and this technique is amazing….insha Allah we will please Allah SWT by doing it perfectly and He will aid us in completing it on time and with profound attribute insha Allah. Jazakallah Khair brother for the wonderful steps and your efforts to make it reach the ummah. May Allah grant you in reward with nothing except Jannah Aameen.

8. 3umar - November 17, 2007

thanks im new to this site and didnt know this kind of good advivce could be got here thank you very much muhajirah i will certanly try it and come back to this site asalu mu alaikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatahoe

9. Zajil Abuhamra - November 29, 2007

As-Salam 3alaikum Wa Rahmat Allah Wa Brakatu. You are so right, I use this my self and it works. I been doing this before I found this website, but did not know how to put it to words. You did so Beautifully, and with slight humor. Perfectly done. And the part about the psychological aspect is true. After I started teaching Islamic classes, I find myself closerto Allah (swt) keep up the good work brother.

Yallah

10. asqfish - December 1, 2007

Jazaa ik Allah Khairan, May I copy this and distribute it to my friends or list it on my blog?

11. Muhajirah - December 1, 2007

as salaamu alaikum

asqfish, you are most welcome to post it on ur blog, you do not need my permission..

12. ali hassan - January 11, 2008

that is a good idea brother or sister who every is

13. Jamal - July 4, 2008

Jazzakumu Allahu khayraa, May allah reward all of you who have done this good deed. Amiin!

One correction “every page has 25 lines” I think you mean everypage has 15 lines.

Salam Alaikom

14. Fatima - July 30, 2008

As-Salaamu-Alaikum

My name is Fatima I always wanted to know more about memorising the Quraan but I never knew which way was best and I always seeked advice,after reading this site I can prepare myself.May Allah Ta’aala reward you.Please make dua that I will be successful Insha-Allah.Keep up the good work it is extremely encouraging.

15. Reza Zaveri - August 12, 2008

Assalamun ‘3aleikum Brother,

By far this is the best method I have seen put in words and it’s very al7amdullallah concise and perfect in explaining what to do and not to do. May Allah (SWT) keep giving you ajr even after you die (Sadaqa jaariya) InshaAllah. I will inshaAllah implement this in my life and encourage my family.

Jazakullah Khayrun,
Reza

16. Umm Mohammad - August 27, 2008

assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullah

masha allah may allah reward you abundantly for the great advice. i will try to use it insha allah and also if its ok i want to distribute it to others (freinds and relatives) to also encourage them..

JazakumAllahu khairan katheeran.

wa salaam

17. wnsk - September 11, 2008

May Allah (swt) reward you in jannah for teaching us brothers and sisters of this technique in memorising the holy words of Allah.

18. Emal Zadran - September 11, 2008

I would like to know what is the virtue of memorising thw quran al kareem.
Jazakallah

19. Mohamed - October 5, 2008

Asalam Alaikum Brothers and sisters,
I also heard that if you eat raisens and black seed, and drink honey that should also help with memory. Read that on Islamqa.com

Jazzakum Allah Khair

20. Mohamed - October 5, 2008

Praise be to Allaah.

Whoever memorizes Qur’aan and acts upon it, Allaah will reward him and honour him greatly for that, so that he will rise in status in Paradise to a level commensurate with what he memorized of the Book of Allaah.

Al-Tirmidhi (2914) and Abu Dawood (1464) narrated from ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Amr that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “It will be said to the companion of the Qur’aan: Recite and rise in status, recite as you used to recite in the world, for your status will be at the last verse that you recite.” This hadeeth was classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in al-Silsilah al-Saheehah, 5/218, no. 2240, after which he said:

Note that what is meant by the “companion of the Qur’aan” is the one who memorizes it by heart, as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “]“The one who knows more Qur’aan should lead the people in prayer,”[/color] meaning the one who has memorized the most. The differentiation in status in Paradise will depend on how much was memorized in this world, not how much one will recite on that day as some people imagine. This clearly points to the virtue of the hafiz who has memorized the Qur’aan, but that is subject to the condition that he memorizes it for the sake of Allaah, not for worldly purposes or financial gain. Otherwise the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Most of the hypocrites of my ummah are among those who have memorized Qur’aan.”

Concerning the virtue of the hafiz who memorizes the Qur’aan, al-Bukhaari (4937) narrated from ‘Aa’ishah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The likeness of the one who reads Qur’aan and memorizes it is that he is with the righteous honourable scribes. The likeness of the one who reads it and tries hard to memorize it even though it is difficult for him, he will have two rewards.”

For the hafiz who has memorized the Qur’aan, praying qiyaam al-layl is easy. And the Qur’aan will intercede for him on the Day of Resurrection, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Fasting and the Qur’aan will intercede for a person on the Day of Resurrection. Fasting will say, ‘O Lord, I deprived him of food and desires during the day, so let me intercede for him.’ The Qur’aan will say, ‘O Lord I deprived him of his sleep at night, so let me intercede for him.’ Then they will both intercede for him.” Narrated by Ahmad, al-Tabaraani and al-Haakim; classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Jaami’, no. 3882

And Allah knows best,
Asalam Alaikum

21. ASAD - October 18, 2008

AS SALAM ALAIKUM WRB…

I HAVE STARTED MEMORIZING WITH THE METHODS MENTIONED AND MOST IMPORTANT THING IS INTEREST AND RECITING OFTENLY WHEN EVER WE ARE FREE…. MAY ALLAH BLESS US TO MEMORISE HIS QURAN CORRECTELY.

JAZAK ALLAH

22. Abdul Wahid - November 4, 2008

Salaam,

Excellent article. One question:

Where can I get the version of the quran that is referred to? That is,
“The mus-haf al-huffaaz (the memorisers’ codex) [i.e. the text of the popular green edition from Madina written by the world famous calligrapher, Ta Ha Uthman]”

Jazak Allah

23. Mohammed - November 29, 2008

Memorize

24. Abu Abdullah - December 6, 2008

Assalaamu ‘alaykum,

he is refering to the madinah mushaf (copy), it is very common and available in most mosques whether abroad or in the west. Simply ask at a local mosque or bookstore for a copy of the madinah mushaf, they should have it insha allah.

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26. Tansel Ali - December 30, 2008

Assalamu Alaikum,

Thank you for the article. May Allah reward you insaAllah.

I’ve got a lesson on my website on how to memorize Qur’an using memory techniques. InsaAllah you will share it with everyone.

The address is at http://www.improveyourmemory.com.au under Qur’an Memorization.

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28. Abdullah - January 28, 2009

The medina mushaf can be viewed online at http://www.al-quran.com

29. Anwer Ali Khan Lodhi - January 31, 2009

To
Brother/Sister in Islam!
Aslam-o-Alaikum!
Praise and Glory be to Allah Almighty, the Lord of the Worlds, the Sustainer of the whole universe.
Hope you fine in peaceful moments of life. We have launched a project of Online Quran Teaching for the Muslim Families living all over the world particularly in UK, USA, Canada, Australia, European and Asian countries, like France and Germany, Italy, S. Africa, Netherland, New Zealand, etc.
It happens often that people specially children of our families have not learnt recitation of Holy Quran with Tajweed (proper way of recitation) or even simple reading, sometimes they do not have time to go somewhere or cannot find a Quran Tutor in their locality. But with the new technology and advancements solutions have been made for this. Now sitting in your room, office or your children at home or any place in the world can read learn to read the Quran.
We request you to pray and wish us for the success of this sacred task and to join us and start reading the Quran. May Allah help us all in performing our duties and give sense of due responsibility!
So please send us your contact number and e-mail address, so that we contact you and inform you about our schedule in detail. Or you e-mail us at Family.Quran.Online@gmail.com, and add us in your Skype ID as “FamilyQuranOnline”. And visit our website “www.FamilyQuranOnline.com”
We appreciate your acceptance.
Kindly let me know if you have any queries, I will be glad to respond.
Kind Regards,
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Anwer Ali Khan Lodhi
[Note:- Respected Brother/Sister! Forward this mail to your beloved kith and kin who want to learn the Quran, this is Sadqa-e-Jariya.]

30. laila - February 9, 2009

ma shallah
as i am a hafid all ready i was lookin @ all ur post ..and i am sure dat all of u will sucsseed..and all ur dreams will come true for sure if allah pleases
and i wish u all da best
i have enterted many compotitions and became second or first..it doesnt matta if ur a girl or a boy..U can still learn if u have the ryt intrest NIYAH
thanks xx
bye

Inam - June 23, 2011

Please dont stop at Hifz carry on with tadabbur (understanding) tazakkur etc to get a deep meaning of Quran as Quran is a ocean and as deep we ponder more wise we become …

31. belqes - February 16, 2009

how to love Quran.

32. Abdulkhadir - March 30, 2009

VERY NICE BROTHER!!!

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34. Rafiq Ahmad Sheikh - October 8, 2009

itz still very difficult as im doing d same procedure bt d thing was nt repeating n thinking when will i complete all chapter den quran so i was trying to divert myself to d melodious qaris n listeng them bt d best thing is”Start with determination” insha Allah ur quota
remaind in my mind let us see hw it works…plzzz itz request to all muslim brothers n sisters to remember all muslim ummah in suplications espacially Kashmiri…..

35. Rafiq Ahmad Sheikh Newa Pulwama Kashmir... - October 8, 2009

itz still very difficult as im doing d same procedure bt d thing was nt repeating n thinking when will i complete all chapter den quran so i was trying to divert myself to d melodious qaris n listeng them bt d best thing is”Start with determination” insha Allah ur quota remaind in my mind let us see hw it works…plzzz itz request to all muslim brothers n sisters to remember all muslim ummah in suplications espacially Kashmiri…..Allah un ko salamat rakhe jo hame yaad rakhe duawo mai

………………..

36. sacrosanct - October 28, 2009

mashaAllah great post!

37. Mohamad Akhtar uz zaman - October 29, 2009

I want to make my eldest son as a perfect Quran hafiz.now he’s 5 years 8 months old.Kindly give information to my email account.Allah Hafez

38. nooreen aqueel - January 1, 2010

jazakallahukhair…………..very soon i am gonna start memorizing quran……..so inshallah will try 2 follow these steps……..

39. Maryam - March 26, 2010

This post has really motivated me, and convinced me that I can memorize too – InshAllah!

JazakAllah!

40. zahra - June 7, 2010

assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullah

masha allah may allah reward you abundantly for the great advice. i will try to use it insha allah.and alse can I copy this and distribute it to my friends or list it on my blog

JazakAllah!

41. Saleem - June 21, 2010

plz provide the valuable islamic rules..how to behave, how to follow the islamic standards in our daily life etc to my mail..plz i want to know more about islam..plz give valuable suggestions, more about quran etc to my mail

42. ALI MOHAMMAD TALHA - July 12, 2010

Assalaam alaikum

This is one of the best ways of learning Quran

4r many days i was not able to memorise the quran correctly

by this method i was successful

JAZAKALLAHU KHAIRAN a thousand times!!!!!!!!

43. naseem - July 18, 2010

Assalamu Alaikum WaRehmatullahi WaBarkatuhu

Thank’s a million for your tips for memorizing Quraan-e-Majeed.

With Regards.
Naseem.

44. iQScholars - August 5, 2010

To
Brother/Sister in Islam!
Aslam-o-Alaikum!
Praise and Glory be to Allah Almighty, the Lord of the Worlds, the Sustainer of the whole universe.
Hope you fine in peaceful moments of life. We have launched a project of Online Quran Teaching for the Muslim Families living all over the world particularly in UK, USA, Canada, Australia, European and Asian countries, like France and Germany, Italy, S. Africa, Netherland, New Zealand, etc.
It happens often that people specially children of our families have not learnt recitation of Holy Quran with Tajweed (proper way of recitation) or even simple reading, sometimes they do not have time to go somewhere or cannot find a Quran Tutor in their locality. But with the new technology and advancements solutions have been made for this. Now sitting in your room, office or your children at home or any place in the world can read learn to read the Quran.
We request you to pray and wish us for the success of this sacred task and to join us and start reading the Quran. May Allah help us all in performing our duties and give sense of due responsibility!
So please send us your contact number and e-mail address, so that we contact you and inform you about our schedule in detail. Or you e-mail us at register@iqscholars.com, and add us in your Skype ID as “iQScholars”. And visit our website “www.iQScholars.com”
We appreciate your acceptance.
Kindly let me know if you have any queries, I will be glad to respond.
Kind Regards,
CEO
Anwer Ali Khan Lodhi
[Note:- Respected Brother/Sister! Forward this mail to your beloved kith and kin who want to learn the Quran, this is Sadqa-e-Jariya.]

45. Fatima - August 7, 2010

I have been memorizing since I was 5 and now I am 10. This looks like the easiest way to memorize the Quran. JazakaAllah. May Allah
bless you with the blessings he gave Prophet Mohammad (SWS)

46. Grace Anne - August 7, 2010

JazakaAllah. Great method on how to memorize the Qoran-ul-Kareem

47. IBRAHIM - August 23, 2010

Alhamdulu LILLAHI, May ALLAH reward you and multiply your reward may times.

48. jamiu - September 6, 2010

jazakumulahhu khaira,
i just started memorizing. i would try this method inshallah. Please i need prayers from you brothers and sisters that Allah put barakah in my hifz.

49. abdullahi Ahmed - September 14, 2010

Jazakallaah, I realy like the way you have prepared this benifitible article. I expect you Allah to reward this effort you have done by the Islam.

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51. baraka - September 29, 2010

pliz send me a verse every day

52. Siddiiqq - October 20, 2010

As-salamualaikum
have realy learnt enough.may Allah bless u with more knowledge and ery body willing 2 memorise quraan ameen.

53. Abderrazak - October 21, 2010

Thank you very much, great effort, jazaka Allah khayran donya wa akhira.

54. Robina Kauser - November 27, 2010

May Allah bless you and your family with the sweetness of imaan in this world and the hereafter. My son is 8 years old and started to revise in February 2009. It is my wish and deepest desire for him to memorise the blessed quraan, but it has been a constant battle to get him to concentrate. However i will try this method and pray to Allah that this will help him! I request for all the Muslim Ummah who read this to make Dua that he succeeds in this sacred task. I would like to ask you some more questions, so therefore would be extremely grateful if you could get in touch with me through my email. Jazakallahair

55. faleel - November 30, 2010

jazak allah .. it was informative

56. Balogun K. Luqman - December 3, 2010

Assalam alaekum,
I’ve being having problems with my memorization for long while the desire is strong.I only read your work today and I belive it will work for me Insha Allah.
May Allah accept it from us as good deeds and reward you abundantly.

57. rehma ibrahim - December 6, 2010

mashallah, very easy to follow. jzk allah khayran for these steps. im trying to become a hifdhul quran all on my own inshallah because teachers are very expensive but the main reason im memorizing is because i dont wanna be in the lowest jannah inshallah. i was told that if you are a hifdhul quran, then it is your passport out of the first-n-crowded jannah ahead to firdawsi. may Allah make it easy for all of us to memorize quran inshallah ameen thumma ameen. aslm alkm wrwb

58. Fazaal - December 27, 2010

Jazak-Allah brother. This is a great example and guidance. Insha Allah, Im looking forward to work on this very soon.

59. hajra binti hayath - January 9, 2011

As’salaamualaikum rahmatullah!

I have just started memorising Qur’aan and was searching tips…. Alhamdulillah i found this article the best! May Allah reward the all who has taken part in this work! JazakAllah!

60. Umm Nusaybah - January 17, 2011

JazakAllahu khairan for this excellent article, may it be a source of benefit for us all…ameen. I wanted to recommend http://www.qurantracker.com – a free online memorisation tool for tracking Quran memorisation and revision. Great for kids and adults!

61. s - February 2, 2011

my son is 10 now and has been trying to memorize our blessed Quran and is finding some difficulties please contact through e mail as i have queries you may be able to help with, may Allah bless you and your family in this life and in the hereafter Ameen, JazakALLAH

62. Sana - February 24, 2011

I memorize quran by repeating 20 times (each ayah) Here is the website I got it from –

http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php?31959-Easy-and-Fast-way-to-memorize-Quran

Hope it helps!

63. aisha yusuf mahmood - April 1, 2011

shukran jaziran wa barakallahu fihi

64. atsher yusuf mahmood - April 12, 2011

thank you very much. may ALLAH bless you abundantly

65. faisa ibrahim - April 24, 2011

asc jazak-ALLAH brother i am realy ready to memorize the quran insha-allaah plz make dua for me and my kids
jazakumullaah kheir jaza

66. ali alhashim - June 9, 2011

Jazakallah may allah help me and the entire Muslim to memorise the holy Quran

67. The Best Way to Memorise the Noble Quran according to my Personal Experience (via The Insanity of the Sane) « ILM RUSH - June 15, 2011

[...] By Dr. Yahya al-Ghouthani, Jeddah (world leading Quranic recitation authority) Translated by Abu Muqatil – may Allah be forgiving to him and his parents In light of the principles which have passed us by in the previous section, I say to whoever wants to memorize a page from the Noble Quran from any chapter that I hope that you will stay with me so we can read the following steps together at ease paving the way to apply it precisely. 1. Obtain a … Read More [...]

68. Inam - June 22, 2011

I have a strong desire to memorize Quran and at the same time very lazy in attaining this great task. I started memorizing Surah Yaseen but it is looking to me as a uphill task and I am thinking why I started it I should have gone for a smaller one … please advice me or send me a dua which helps me to get out of this situation … I know very well that merely wishing to memorize whole Quran is not achieved until and unless I sacrifice my time and comfort as I am working as a computer Engineer.

69. rida - June 24, 2011

jazak allah brother im very confident from the words you said im only a kid and i wish to recite the whole quran insha allah.allah will help me one day to succeed to the next life.

70. shahul hameed - July 21, 2011

In early stage, I memorized the quran Now I am taking
effort At first, I am learning the procedure for memorizing the quran from this website.Pray for me

71. luqman - July 28, 2011

jazaakumulaahu khaira my memorization has improved.

72. saeed ali - August 1, 2011

thank u very much,may all mighty ALLAH fulfil our intentions to memorise the holy quran

73. TiPs oN MeMoRiSiNg ThE QuRaN - August 2, 2011

[...] More helpful Tips to memorizing the Qur'an http://www.themodernreligion.com/bas…ran_memory.htm http://theinsanityofthesane.wordpres…al-experience/ http://www.mounthira.com/%5B/QUOTE%5D Beautiful Sunnah's To Do Everyday of Our Lives! [...]

74. Qur’an & Qur’anic Arabic Resources « Islamic Resources - August 5, 2011

[...] A very useful book in Arabic by Dr Yahya Al-Gawthani on memorising the Qur’an, a summary of which can be found (in English) here. [...]

75. السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته - August 5, 2011

Thanks 4 d techniques. may Allah reward ol of us wit Jannat alfirdaus. ameen. bt i need mo. pls

76. Muhammad Tasiu Afasy - August 5, 2011

شكرا جزيلا. ولكن أريد نصيحة عن أمور الدنيا.

77. Aslam Bava - August 6, 2011

Shukran…this is extremely useful

78. jafarulla - August 15, 2011

for quran leaners. When you complete a part(juz) you must repeat (without looking at mushaf) 50-100 times. may be ten times in a day and complete within ten days.

79. Taher Abdo - August 21, 2011

Thak you for your Advise. I have memorised fthe first our juz when i was child. but as soon as i have started learning in elementary school i left it now. Inshaallah after this remedan i will start and i will inform you my progress monthly to be moral for others. and my plan is to finsh within one year. But I need my brothers and sisters Supplication.

80. Umargambo - August 28, 2011

May Allah bles u for dis efort.

81. yusif - September 19, 2011

Allahuma sali ala Muhammad wa ala alehe wa sahbehe wa slam. Jazak Allah kheir brother.

82. Belal - September 24, 2011

This is brilliant i ndded this dearly and you had it thank you a million times

83. UMAR - October 10, 2011

ALHAMDULILAH I FIND IT AN EXCELLENT WAY OFMEMORIZING THE QURAAN AND IF ALLAH WILL I WILL………….

84. Aki - November 21, 2011

I want to learn Yasin by heart first, i am going to try and learn it and pass it on to my children inshallah, i want them to know alest yasin of by heart with Tawheed. Thank you so much. May Allah SWA grant you and us all Junnah and keep us alway from the punishment of the grave and all levels of Hell, Ameen.

85. MUHAMED M. ALI - November 21, 2011

JazakaALLAH,
dear sheikh i droped tears how u settled u’r exprience, my ALLAH blessing I WILL BE CONECTED and i request to e-mail me this steps so i take advantage and follow, inshaALLAH i’ll start from next week.
Thanks

86. 10 steps to memorising Quraan | deenulhuq - December 24, 2011
87. Muhammed Abdullahi - February 28, 2012

Assalamu alaikum.this is an excellent method of memorization, insha Allah i will put it into practice. May almighty Allah reward you aboundantly.

88. Mostafa - April 5, 2012

Jazakumu Allaho khayran.May Allah reward you for your advice.

89. PARVEEZ SAJAD KHAN - April 28, 2012

I WILL TRY TO DO ACCORDINGLY

90. Abdulnassir - May 20, 2012

Wonderful advice. May Allah help you in dunya and akhera


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