Our Journey as a family towards memorisation of the Qur'aan

Recommended Links


A fantastic online University that teaches Tajweed, Qira’a’at  and more with Shaykh Uthman Khan

www.abouttajweed.com  An excellent tajweed resource that every student should bookmark

www.basseera.com   Some great lesson in Arabic by Dr Ayman Rushdie Suwayd


www.understandquran.com . This site is more focused on the vocab from the Qur’aan.

  A grammatical breakdown of the words in the Qur’aan with word for word translation
www.allahsquran.com  A nice simple word for word translation  with a colour that is very easy on the eye

www.maysoor.com   Super easy to follow videos that are teaching Arabic with  the famous Madinah books.

Qur’aan Audio’s

www.islamway.com   There is a wide selection of reciters to choose from maasha Allaah.

www.tanzil.net  Listen without downloading

Online Memorisation Tools

www.imaanstar.com   Download the excellent juz30 software or the Quran CD/MP3 maker  maasha Allaah.

www.houseofquran.com  It boasts the best memorisation tool i the world and I do not disagree!

Quran Flash : click here to read from an online mushaf.  This one is colour coded for the Tajweed rules but to change the style to match your own Mushaf click here www.quranflash.com

Hadeeth Audios

www.kalemat.org/nawawi.php  Download the famous compilation of ahadeeth by Imam An-Nawawi.  This is the recited version.

Comments on: "Recommended Links" (2)

  1. Assalamu alaikum!
    Link recommendation: http://www.QuranTracker.com

    I’ve been using http://www.QuranTracker.com for myself and the kids, you choose your recitor, select your portion and repeat your selection as many times as you want) but you can use it to track your memorisation aswell- It has 2 trackers – one for hifdh and one for revision and you click on the ayahs to colour code them according to how well you’ve learnt them. It automatically calculates your percentage for you! It also has a revision planner, like a calender where you drag in the surahs you need to revise each day so that you dont forget any, and a counter which tells you the last date revised. Also you can set hifdh targets, tell it which surah you want to memorise and by what date and it creates a schedule for you! So no need to write it on paper or keep charts, you can keep changing and updating according to your needs. And since its all online, i can use it for myslef and teaching / testing my kids wherever we are! Its all free for juz 30, and need to pay £24/year for all the other juz. I find its worth it as my main problem with paper charts was for tracking revision as how wel we’d remember the ayahs would fluctuate according to the amount of new hifdh we were doing.

    • wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh, baarakallaahu feeki for your suggestion. We have tried this tracker before and its very nice maa-shaa Allaah. It was one of our first blog posts. I’m really glad to hear that it works so well for you may Allaah bless it for you and make it easy for you and your family to attain trhis noble goal aameen.

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