The word Tajweed means skill. This means giving each letter of the Quran its royalties when recited. In this article, we will learn about the importance of tajweed and why we should always recite the Quran with tajweed.
1- The apparition of the angel Gabriela
The Quran was revealed for the first time with the application of Tajweed. When the angel Jibreel (Gabriel) recited the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah extol his mention), he recited them with the tajweed, showing him how to recite it. Therefore, it is imperative that we apply these rules in order to recite the Quran in its original and true form.
2- The Quran is the word of Allah
Each syllable of the Quran comes from Allah. Muslims must, therefore, take the recitation of the Quran seriously. Tajweed’s goal is to give the reciter the ability to pronounce each syllable with the rules that apply to it. In this way, the reciter can recite the Quran without changing the path of the prophet who received it from the Almighty Allah. Allah has told us, “recite the Quran with measured recitation.” (Quran 73: 4).
3- The rules of Tajweed
Observing Tajweed rules in recitation prevents the reciter from making mistakes in reciting the Quran or changing the meaning of the words during recitation. Each Arabic letter has a point of articulation, the Makhraj, and its attributes, the Sifaat. Knowledge is an important step in learning Tajweed.
4- Tajweed will help you avoid mistakes
The application of Tajweed rules is an obligation to guard against major mistakes in the recitation of the Quran. There are two types of errors: clear errors and hidden errors. Obvious mistakes are usually obvious mistakes and change the meaning of words. While hidden errors are not easily spotted. The majority of scholars agree that the application of the Tajweed rules to avoid obvious mistakes is an individual obligation (Fardh ‘Ayn’), while the application of Tajweed rules to avoid hidden errors is an obligation. collective (Fardh Kifaayah) towards Muslims.