help you get the best out of yourself and
the most out of your Quran studies…
Ramadan(Unless you have a LOT of free time)
Choose your goals carefully.
Here they are…
1. To complete the Quran in English & Arabic,
with basic commentary, use this:
(highly recommended if you’ve never read
it in English before – 2 hrs per day)
2. To complete the Quran in Arabic, follow
along with professional reciters here:
You can choose reciters by name. My
personal favourite right now is Shaykh Abu
It’s beautiful to listen to and he goes at
a reasonable pace, so you’ll get through
1 Juz in well under 1 hour each day.
3. If you want to understand 70% of the
Quran in Arabic by the end of Ramadan,
Time: 1 hour per day
4. The best English Translation
available now comes with
parallel Arabic text):
It’s the standard Uthmani script to help
you organize your reading Juz by Juz.
Time: 45mins per day
5. Journey Through The Quran Video
This video taught by classical scholar and Oxford
professor Shaykh Akram Nadawi will seriously get
you in the mood for studying the Quran this Ramadan
- check it out!
6. Tafsir Resources
If you’ve decided that this Ramadan you want to focus
your effort in the Quran on Tafsir, rather than an
overview reading, I recommend these 2 resources.
-> Al Huda Tafsir Course:
-> Bayyinah Tafsir Podcast:
I’d recommend you start today with the Al-Huda course, Juz 2, Lesson 6.
You’ll see why ;o)
I pray you have the best Ramadan of your
life so far. May Allah bless you and guide you
& give you infinite blessings from your thoughts,
words, and actions this Ramadan.
From the bottom of my heart…
Ramadan Kareem & Warmest Salams,