Hifz The Arabic root of this word is Hafiza which means to memorize. In the religious sense, Muslims try to memorize the whole Qur'an. Any person who achieves this task is called Hafiz. A Hafiz is recognized by his community and is given certain privileges. ...
We have qualified teachers holding Ijazaas in Hifz and Tajweed.
We offer seperate Tajweed courses for our students, be it in our or online.
Our Hifz course can only be undertaken by one who is able to read the Quran at least, preferably someone who has studied reasonably in tajweed. Our students for this course are not required to be Arabic Speaking, rather it would be beneficial for the learner.
Tajweed (تجويد) is an Arabic word for elocution, meaning proper pronunciation during recitation, as well as recitation at a moderate speed. It is a set of rules which govern how the Qur'an should be read.
If you are not able to read the Qu'ran with Tajweed, then do not feel you cannot study Hifz, as we also offer structured Tajweed courses for beginners to advance; enabling you to take an Ijaaza from our teachers.