Ramadan holds a special place in the hearts of all our Ummah and many Muslims set goals and create a Ramadan Quran Reading Schedule to make the most of the month. It is the month when the Quran was revealed to the best of mankind – Prophet Muhammad pbuh. When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of Jannah are opened, the gates of Jahannam are closed and the devils are chained.
Not only do Muslims fast because it is an obligation from Allah swt, but also to attain Taqwa and focus on the true purpose of being here in this worldly life. In other words, you restrain all the temptations around you and fast for the sake of Allah swt – our Creator and the One we will all return to when this life ends.
Since Ramadan is upon us, we collected the most frequently asked questions and will be discussing them Inshallah. We also created an organized Ramadan Quran Reading Schedule to help you finish reading the Quran during Ramadan.
The best way to complete it is to set a daily target and create a Ramadan Quran reading schedule. This will help you stay in the flow and finish the whole Quran recitation during Ramadan. Here is a simple and organized one:
Since Ramadan is the month of mercy and forgiveness, the benefits and rewards of doing any good deed are significant during it. Hence, all Muslims strive to do as many good deeds as they can and stay away from doing any Haram act that makes Allah swt displeased. No doubt that reading the Quran and pondering it is one of the most significant acts you can ever do during Ramadan.
The answer is: NO! It is not compulsory to finish reading the Quran during Ramadan but Muslims seize such a special time of the year and try to read as much time as they can besides doing other good actions to gain the pleasure of Allah swt. As mentioned before, prophet Muhammad pbuh said:
“Whoever recites a letter from Allah’s Book, then he receives the reward from it, and the reward of ten the like of it. I do not say that Alif Lam Mim is a letter, but Alif is a letter, Lam is a letter and Mim is a letter.” [Tirmidhi]
Well, as mentioned before, it is not an obligation from Allah swt to finish reading the Quran during Ramadan. Just try to set specific goals and challenge yourself to make the most of the Holy month. So, prepare your heart from now and remind yourself all the time of how significant Ramadan is so as to give it its due rights and stay motivated and encouraged till Ramadan ends Inshallah.
Actually, it depends on you and the recitation level you use when you read the Holy Quran. In Tajweed, we have 3 different recitation levels as follows:
And Alhamdillah you can find a lot of recitations on YouTube; it is recommended to search for them to feel the difference and get ready before Ramadan. Here is Surah Al-Baqarah, for example, using Al-Hadr level:
Well, it is all up to you! Some people prefer allocating specific time for reading after Fajr or before Iftar, others divide the amount they want to read into 5 parts and read one part per Salah. You can also find those who like to read the Quran when they are focused and the surrounding is quiet to ponder and feel the miracles of our Honorable book. What really matters is to do it the way that suits you best.
Moreover, having a family member or a Quran partner to encourage each other and achieve your recitation targets can help both of you more than you can even imagine! You know, it is a true blessing from Allah swt to have a good friend that always reminds you of the Creator and brings you closer to Him.
There are numerous benefits of reading the Quran and learning it as the people of Allah swt and the closest to Him are the people of the Quran. Indeed, the best of our Ummah are those who learn the Quran and teach it. Prophet Muhammad pbuh also said: Fasting and the Quran will intercede on behalf of Allah’s servant on the Day of Judgment: Fasting will say, “O my Lord! I prevented him from food and desires during the day, so accept my intercession for him.” And the Quran will say, “O my Lord! I prevented him from sleeping by night, so accept my intercession for him.” The intercession of both will thus be accepted.
Moreover, reciting the Holy Quran and learning it is really rewarding, no matter what your level is. Prophet Muhammad pbuh said: “The one who is proficient in the recitation of the Quran will be with the honorable and obedient scribes (angels) and he who recites the Quran and finds it difficult to recite, doing his best to recite it in the best way possible, will have two rewards.”
You can now enroll in any of our unique Quran courses and start the journey of learning the book of Allah swt now. We give you full control to create your own study plan and pick the number of classes you want to do every week: