Learn different ways of reciting the Quran with our 10 Qiraat Course.

10 Qiraats are different ways to recite the Quran. Each way is named after the person who first recited it and taught it to others. The person who teaches the Qirat knows all the different versions of it. This is like a collection of recitations that students learn from their tutor.

The “Ten Qira’ats” are differences in how certain words are said in different versions of the Quran. These differences can involve things like how letters are pronounced and where the stress is placed on certain words.

The different ways people recite the Quran (called Qirats) show that it’s a message from God and has been kept safe over time. These Qirats have been passed down from the Prophet through trustworthy sources.

Online Quran Tutor is offering an online course on the Ten Qiraat of the Quran. This course is important for every Muslim in the world, especially those who are not Arab or living in Non-Muslim countries.

You or your children can now learn 10 different Quran recitation methods online with expert tutors through individual live sessions. Our tutors will guide you through the corresponding tajweed rules for each Qirat.

What you learned in the 10 Qiraat Course;

  • Qirat Ibn Aamir Ash-Shami (Syria)
    The two Qaris who Recited with this recitation method were Hishaam and Ibn Zakwan.
  • Qirat Asim al-Kufi (Kufa)
    Imaam Abu Hanifa (R.A), Ahmad ibn Hanbal (R.A), Shuba, and Hafs preserved this recitation of the Quran.
  • Qirat Hamzah Al-Kufi (Kufa)
    The two Qaris who preserved this recitation are Khalaf and Khallad.
  • Qirat Al-Kisaa’i (Kufa)
    The two Qaris who preserved this way of Quran recitation are Al-Layth and Ad-Doori.
  • Qirat Abu Ja’far Al-Madanee (Madinah)
    The two Qaris who preserved this way of recitation are Isa and Sulayman.
  • Qirat Yaqub ibn Al-Basri (Basra)
    Imam Bukhari is reported that he has recited in this manner of the recitation. Also, the two famous Qaris who narrated this recitation are Ruways and Rooh.
  • Qirat Khalaf Al-Bazzar (Baghdad)
    The two famous Qaris who recited this recitation are Ishaq and Idris.
  • Qirat Naafi’ Al-Madani (Madinah)
    Imam Malik (R.A) and Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal (R.A) recited the Holy Quran in this way. most of the time.
  • Qirat Ibn Katheer Al-Makki (Makkah)
    Imam Shafi, Al-Buzzi, and Qumbul recited the Quran in this manner.
  • Qirat Abu Amr Al-Basri (Basra)
    The two Qaris who preserved this reading manner of the Holy Quran were Ad-Doori and As-Soosi.

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