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Virtues and Benefits of Reciting and Memorizing Quran

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The Holy Quran

The Quran is God’s ultimate Holy Book. It is the word of God (Arabic: Allah; Latin: Allah) revealed completely and to the letter to the Noble Prophet of Islam, Muhammad [peace be upon him and his progeny], either directly or through the archangel Gabriel. It is the sole Holy Scripture that Muslims believe has not been edited or perverted, in contrast to the Gospel and the Torah, which Muslims think have been severely corrupted and altered.
The significance of the Quran emerges from this moment. Learning and memorizing it allows you to recognize Allah Almighty’s creations that surround you. People who learn and remember the Quran have good knowledge and can recall information more quickly.

 Importance of the Quran

The significance of the Holy Book is best understood once we have acquired a complete sense of its purpose. The Importance of the Quran is all of God’s prophets has the same purpose in mind, which is to guide people.

In the Quran, God Almighty has stated:

إِنَّا نَحْنُ نَزَّلْنَا الذِّكْرَ وَإِنَّا لَهُ لَحَافِظُونَ
“Indeed, We have sent down the Reminder, and indeed We will preserve it.”
The directives and guidelines that God had sent with the previous messenger, as well as the books that had been exposed to each prophet, would be finished with each prophet and preacher. As a result, each Holy Book’s purpose might be defined as follows:

  • Certification and conclusion of previous books
  • Mankind’s guidance


The advantages of memorization Even today, millions of individuals around the world have memorized the Quran and will continue to do so in the future. This memorizing of the Divine Book is one-of-a-kind preservation that dates back to the time of the Prophet (PBUH).
This explains why, unlike other languages and writings, Allah has preserved the same meanings and words in the Quran for a long period. Sharia law arose from the Holy Quran’s teachings and sciences. Those who follow the precepts and know the meaning of the Quran, on the other hand, will be amply rewarded.


The advantages of reading the Quran are enormous for all Muslims around the world, whether they are children or adults, male or female. It’s one of the most important keys to achieving success in this life and the next.
“Alif, Lam, Ra. [This is] a Book which We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], that you might bring mankind out of darkness’s into the light by permission of their Lord – to the path of the Exalted in Might, the Praiseworthy. {1}” Surah Ibrahim
The benefits of reading the Holy book extend beyond religion to include health, life affairs, etiquette, family relationships, mood, and almost everything else. That is why Muslims all around the world are rushing to master Quran reading.


Learning the Quran is a very honorable act that every Muslim should engage in on a regular basis. It provides him with knowledge in all areas of life, as well as brings him closer to the Creator, and will serve as proof of the rewards for his good deeds on the Day of Judgment.
It has been Narrated by `Uthman that, The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it.” (Bukhari)
All these Muslim men and women are made to learn the Quran. Muslims begin learning the Holy book in their early years. Constantly connecting with the Qur’an through its study draws Muslims closer to the Creator, gives immense blessing in this life, and will be a source of great recompense in the afterlife.


When reciting the Quran, it is one of the responsibilities that a person is in the state of Wudu (ablution) and that the region is free of nijasat (impurities). When a Muslim makes a mistake when reading the Qur’an, it is his or her responsibility to correct the mistake of another Muslim.
To improve our understanding of the Quran, we should learn from a teacher who has a thorough understanding of the Holy book, including Tajweed and Tafsir. While reading the Qur’an, understanding its content, and pondering it are essential components of the process, they should not be overlooked.

The Quran Word by word:

Abdullah ibn Mas’ud narrated the Prophet (Sallallahu ‘AlayhiWasallam) mentioned that “whoever recites one letter/word from the book of Allah, then for him is a reward, and a reward is multiplied by ten” [Reported in Tirmidhi].
Because the Quran is the word of Allah Almighty, a person’s intellectual aptitude, as well as knowledge, must be sharpened in order to comprehend it in its entirety. Only until one has reached a certain intellectual level may he or she begin to comprehend the genuine meaning that Allah Almighty delivered through the verses of the Quran.


Various people have attempted to compose the Tafsir of the Quran for the purpose of explaining it to a general audience. Despite the fact that Muslims recite the Quran and attempt to read it with translation, the reading of Tafsir has its own significance. It seeks to describe the Quran so that the reader’s knowledge of it and its message improves.

Etiquette of reciting the Quran

 We learn from Prophet Muhammad’s (Sahaba (R.A)) Sunnah and the traditions of his companions (Sahaba (R.A)) that the Quran should be recited with reverence and concentration of heart and mind.
The Etiquette of reciting the Quran is when Muslims memorize or study the Holy Book, they must continuously revise it to ensure that they do not forget it, as forgetting the Quran after learning it is considered a sin. We must learn the Quran and pass it on to others because Allah (SWT) has made it necessary for us to do so.

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