This page contains links to all the Tajweed rules that have been posted.

It will be updated as frequently as possible, insha Allah.

A brief guide of the transliteration rulings used in this website and general content structure

Tajweed: The Foundations

Al-Isti‘aatha & Al-Basmalah

Al-Noon Al-Saakinah Rules

Rule One: Ith-haar

Rule Two: Ikhfaa’

Rule Three: Iqlaab

Rule Four: Idghaam

Rule Five: Ith-haar Mutlaq

Noon And Meem Mushaddadah

Al-Meem Al-Saakinah Rules

Rule One: Idghaam Shafawee

Rule Two: Ikhfaa’ Shafawee

Rule Three: Ith-haar Shafawee


Ahkaam Al-Madd (Madd Rules)

Al-Madd Al-Tabee‘ee (Natural Madd)

Al-Madd Al-Waajib Al-Mutasil (Obligatory Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Jaa’ez Al-Munfasil (Permissible Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-‘Iwad (Compensation Madd)

Al-Madd Al-Badal (Substituted Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Leen (Eased Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-‘Aarid Lil Sukoon (Temporary Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Silah: Kubra & Sughra (Connecting Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Laazim Kalimee (Word-based Necessary Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Laazim Harfee (Letter-based Necessary Prolongation)

Al-Madd Al-Tamkeen (Stabalising Madd)

Al-Madd Al-Farq (The Questioning Madd)

Al-Laam Al-Shamseeyah

Al-Laam Al-Qamareeyah


The Connecting Hamzah

Exceptions We Take For Granted

The Cutting Hamzah

The Silent and Pronounced Alif

Preventing Two Saakins From Meeting

Makhaarij Al-Huroof

Al-Jawf (The Interior/Chest Area)

Al-Halq (The Throat)

Al-Lisaan (The Tongue) Part 1

Al-Lisaan (The Tongue) Part 2

Al-Shafataan (The Lips)

Al-Kayshoom (The Nasal Passage)

Sifaatul Huroof

Sifatul Laazimah (encapsulates sifaatul mutadaadah + ghayr mutadaadah)

Sifaatul ‘Aaridah (a brief definition)

Sifaatul ‘Aaridah – Tafkheem: Pt 1

Levels of Tafkheem (encapsulates letters that are always mufakham)

Levels of Tafkheem Part 2 (encapsulates letters that are sometimes mufakham and sometimes not)

Tafkheem and Tarqeeq of the letter Raa’




8 thoughts on “Index

    • La hawla wa la quwata illa billah! Unfortunately, I haven’t covered those yet! I can’t recall now, but I think the first document on the resources page lightly touches on these…. Insha Allah they’ll go up on the blog after I finish Sifaatul ‘Aaridah.

  1. Ma sha Allah great affort….i find these notes very helpful n still wants to learn tajweed as mch as possible…if u include voice notes in these notes it will b more understandable for students.. Jazak Allah khairun kaseerun kaseera for describing tajweed rules in a very light n friendly way..may Allah subhanahu wa ta’la accept ur afforts in his way…aameen

  2. Thank u very much for explaining tajweed in English. It has helped enormously.May Allah reward u immensely for this great effort.

  3. jezakumulahu keiren-it helps me a lot.may ALLAH (Subhanahu weteala) grant you jenetel ferdows for your efforts

  4. A very useful site, with clear explanations. Jazakumullah khayran. May Allah reward you abundantly in the now and in the hereafter.

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