Reciting the Quran comes with great reward. A lot of us have different parts of the Quran memorized. Is it okay to recite these certain memorized parts from memory or is reading from the Mushaf better? Sheikh Mohammed Mana explains. More About Reciting Quran:
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Listen to this stunning Quran recitation from surah At-Tur. It describes how those who do good will enjoy paradise!
This is a soothing Quran recitation of Surah Nuh. Listen here and you can follow the English translation if you can’t understand Arabic.
Here is a beautiful Quran recitation of Surat Hujurat recited by Hafiz Istihsan Arif Al Fudhaily. It has English subtitles.
Listen to this beautiful Quran recitation about how Allah saved Jonah from the whale. It is from surah As-Saffat ayat 139-182. Recited by Ameer Shamim.
Here is a calming and beautiful recitation of Surah Al-Alaq by Ubayd Rabbani. It is translated into English for those who do not know Arabic.
There was a day when the recitation of the Quran from the mosque was not that usual background noise anymore. All of a sudden I felt an inclination towards the recitation. I wanted to hear more of it. I bought a CD to be able to listen to it whenever I wanted to.
This is a beautiful recitation of Surah Al-A’La by Ubayd Rabbani. It means The Most High. It has English translation.
Reciting the Qur’an with correct tajweed (rules of recitation) fills the heart with solace, the soul with peace and the house with blessings. It makes you feel close to Allah, and alleviates any sorrow or grief due to its immediate stress-relieving effects. Daily recitation of a few pages of the Qur’an, especially after Fajr prayer, is the best remedy …
This is a beautiful Quran recitation of At-Tarim by Salim Bahanan. You can follow the English translation as you watch.