Preparing your hifdh for Ramadhaan
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Preparing your hifdh for Ramadhaan

Preparing your hifdh for Ramadhaan

Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah

Dear sisters:

As we draw closer to the month of Ramadhaan, there is an amazing, spiritual vibe in homes, communities and societies.
Believers everywhere are preparing for this month that promises tremendous spiritual potential & inspires an awakening from deep within.

NOW is the perfect opportunity to strengthen your relationship & connection with Al Qur’aan.

Many students have requested advise for Qur’aan preparation, and this would differ from one individual to the next.
But what remains a part of the constant gradient, is that we maintain commitment, focus and consistency.

So, create an outline of your personal Qur’aan goals, ensuring that the 3 T’S are maintained

*Tilaawat : recitation of Qur’aan, even though youmay be memorising or may have completed memorisation of Qur’aan ; this will aid your memorisation skills and improve tajweed recognition & fluency in recital. Most importantly, it provides you with the opportunity to connect to the Glorious Qur’aan.
*Tahfeedh: whilst some students and teachers prefer to postpone memorisation for post-Ramadhaan, there are those students who continue forth with memorisation. Work at maintaining a minimum amount each day, so that you will inshaa Allah, achieve your month-end goal.
*Tathbeet: this is to strengthen the surahs of the Qur’aan which you have already memorised. Basically, this would entail intensive revision. It may include having to relearn some verses, or apply yourself more, in order that you strengthen and improve your memorisation. This form of intense revision would include listening to the Qur’aan (audio), together with sharpening memory retention skills. One of the best ways to strengthen your hifdh, lies in including more of your hifdh IN your salaah – fardh, sunnah and nafl.

This Ramadhaan, choose to remain committed to your Qur’aan dream, focus on the improvements that you wish to implement in your learning programme, and above all, maintain consistency in your routine & efforts.
These are your stepping stones,as you strive to honour the Qur’aan, this Ramadhaan and always!

Drop me a line at: with your hifdh / Ramadhaan related queries; And if you grant permissionfor us to re-post your question (anonymously) here at the blog, please let us know, too.

Stay inspired!

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  • sis
    Posted at 14:37h, 19 Jul Reply


    my teacher was saying that some people memorise the entire quran in ramadan, it’s very intensive. is that a good idea? like i have 10 juz left that would mean i memorise 6 pages a day!

    • Rayhaanah
      Posted at 12:04h, 12 Sep Reply

      Wa ‘alaykumus salaam wa Rahmatullah
      Dear sister,

      Apologies for a belated reply ; I had been offline for the most of the ramadaan & eid holiday.
      Intensive, yes , but it can be done, with the Help of Allah Ta’ala. Mashaa Allah – 10 juz :))
      Personally, I feel there to be no need to ‘rush’ to complete, if one ends up in a situation where they are then compromising with their review of Qur’aan, which plays such a vital role in the Hifdhul Qur’aan journey. Having said that, there is nothing wroing / incorrect in taking a large quantity of hifdh lesson each day to complete. And may Alllah Ta’ala fill our hearts with love & devotion to the Qur’aan, aameen.

      was salaam

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