Tajweed Qur'an: The Reading of Warsh ‘an Naafi’
القران الكريم، مصحف
التجويد: برواية ورش عن تافع
Hardback, 17x24 Cm,
Dar-Al-Maarifah, Damascus, Syria,
Quran, Tafseer wa Bian,
al Tajweed Quran with Quran words meaning (Arabic) on the margin,
(Tafseer Wa Bian) and Quran topics index and this Mushaf is according
to the Naration of Imam Warsh ‘an Naafi’.
of Colour Coding from the
(SWA) ordered us in his holy book to recite the Quran with tajweed
…"recite the quran
modulatingly." the system of
tajweed serves as a guide to improve the style of quranic recitation .
It was in this way that the holy quran was revealed to prophet Mohammed
(PBUH) and also the manner in which he recited it. Therefore, the
reader of the holy quran longs to achieve the promise of Prophet Mohammed
(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).
on a practical understanding of phonology, we have color-coded the
place of some
letters to facilitate the correct recitation of the holy quran. This
had enabled us to classify these letters within 3 possible categories
to enhance the reader's knowledge and remembrance
of tajweed rules.
1.The letters which requires expanded
vocalization. We used red
color to highlight these letters.
2.The letters which is nasalized.
letters are green in color.
dark blue color
indicates the emphatic of the letter (R), the
indicates the unrest letters-echoing sound- (qualquala)
the letters which are written but are not pronounced. These
letters are gray in color.
reader will get used to reciting the quran by using color just as he
got used to stopping at red lights and passing though green lights. By
engaging I this sublime
act, the reader will find him self applying 24 rules of tajweed with
ease and precision while his mind is left free to contemplate and
understand the meaning of holy quran.
is an honor for Dar Al-Maarifa to offer the holy Quran in printed
Recitation of Warsh ‘an Naafi’:
Abu Sa'eed 'Uthmaan bin Sa'eed Al-Misree. Qaloon nicknamed him Warsh
because of his strong white color. He narrated from Imam