Stopping Signs In The Quran (Waqf) | Symbols In The QuranUsama Ghumman
The Quran is an important book that requires sufficient knowledge to read accurately. Signs and symbols in the Qur’an control where to pause, continue reading, extend the voice, etc.
We have various symbols that can be seen above the words and below the words in the Qur’an, the meaning of the symbols and symbols that who will explain here.
A stop should come at the world’s end, not the middle. As indicated, waqf should have enough time to breathe. In short, it is defined as a break from waqf.
There are many different versions of the Qur’an. Therefore, scientists have identified many different points where stopping is necessary. Their stop signs also have different meanings. Here we will focus on the symbols found in the copy of the Qur’an from the Chaphana complex of Medina.
Signs of stopping in the Quran and their rulings :
Some symbols and indicators of the Sacred Manuscript are:
⃝ Is the result of the verse
“Waqf e Taam” means the end of certain verses of Furqan e Hamed. Also known as Perfect Stop. Only at the end of the line of the Qur’an is a circle depicted. The reader should stop here and take a breath before reading further. It also shows the complete delivery of the message in the sentence, so the narrator needs to look back at the verse and understand its meaning and be ready to learn about the following lines.
مـ – Stop the judgment
The logo “Waqf e Laazim” makes the reader stop reading at this point because the word claim means obligatory or doing at all costs. The sentence’s meaning will change drastically if you don’t take a break here.
и – An absolute break
Waqf Mutlaq is a sign that tells the reader to pause while reading a long passage by taking a breath and temporarily stopping reading the text. It’s better to stop here because it facilitates the reading process by fully grasping the meaning of the text already read.
C – licensed parking
Wakaf e Jaaiz indicates the completeness of the issues discussed in that chapter of Ayah, so although it is not obligatory here, we must stop here to prepare by learning the meaning discussed in the previous chapter; Learn about the new verse in the next section of the verse.
Z – Continue reading
The symbol of Waqaf e Mujawwaz means that you should not delay and continue the reading process, although there is no prohibition to stop here.
Waqf e Murakh-khas is a symbol that allows the reader to rest and breathe only if you are tired, but it is recommended to continue reading.
Yes – Do not choose to continue.
Al-Wasl Awlaa shows the connection between verses.
P – It’s better not to stop
Keela ‘Alayhil-Waqf’ is a sign that one should not stop reciting the verse, although there are different opinions about whether one should stop reciting it or not.
sl – allowable delay
Kad Usual determines permission to continue reading even if you have to stop here.
qf – Waiting for numbers
“if” is placed in punctuation when the reader thinks punctuation is unnecessary.
Q – a symbol of silence
Saktah is a sign that the reader should rest for a while before continuing the reading.
pause – A long pause
Waqfah refers to a pause longer than Saktah, as in not taking a breath during the pause.
No – No need to stop
People should not stop reciting the verse with the sign “La’an” because it will completely change the meaning of the line of the Qur’an, but who can stop it if it is used with a concluding circle at the end of the verse?
к – The same meaning as the previous symbol
“Kadhaalik” or “similar” uses the meaning of the Map as indicated by the previous symbol.
∴ – Embrace Station
“Mu’anaqah” is a sign that means standing in both three parts at the same time without any interruption.
Waqf Nabi – Prophet’s resting place
“Waqf-un-Nabi” refers to the places in the Qur’an where the Prophet himself stood and remained silent.
Waqf ghafran is a sign of prayer.
Waqf e Ghufraan is a sign that indicates the place where the reciter and the listener should stand before Allah Ta’ala for prayer.
Foundation – Jibrael A.S.
Waqf e Manzil is a symbol of Gabriel stopping and resting when the Qur’an reveals the instructions of the Holy Prophet.
These symbols used in the Qur’an have their meanings and meanings.
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Importance of Waqf :
Here are some basic rules about establishing waqf (waqf) in the Qur’an. This rule shows the importance of learning Tajwid to improve our reading of the Qur’an.
After some verses in the Qur’an etc., some words have more details about vertical rules. There are four types of stations: al-Taam (complete), al-Kaafee (enough), al-Hasan (good), and al-Kabeeh (bad).
To have adequate knowledge of the sciences of tajwid, we must study the rules of tajwid until we master them. This means the Quran is at stake. We want to ensure that we do justice to the word of God by reading it precisely as it is read, God willing.
What are the rules for standing while reading the Qur’an?
“qf” This is a waiting sign. They prefer to live here.
∴ “Embrace Stop: Two sentences from the Ayah contain indications of Mu’anaqah, which means that if you want to stand on one of them, you cannot stand on the other. However, continuing standing in one of them can also be accepted.
What is Tajweed in the Qur’an?
In reading and reciting the Qur’an, Tajwid is a collection of language and speech instructions used to read the Qur’an correctly, as done by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. Tajwid is one of the most popular sciences of Islam and the Qur’an.
What are the rules of Tajwid?
Essential rules of Tajwid:
Lohor or Mim, also known as Lohor or Mim Mushadad, are the people who rejoiced with Ghunnah, who attacked twice.
Al-Qalqalah is a vibration made by adding Sukoon or Shadda at the end of the pronunciation of one of the letters Kaaf, Ttaa, Baa, Jiim, or Daal.
What is Dashdeed?
Dashdeed is used in Arabic for emphasis. Instead of writing the letter twice, it is written once, and the symbol is placed in the letter known as Dashdeed.
Is there a point in the Qur’an?
These symbols are inserted because the reader may need to pause to breathe or fulfill other body needs. You should stop and continue whenever you feel tired or distracted because reciting the Qur’an should be done with care and respect.
Reading the Qur’an requires patience and your full attention. Consistency is essential when reading the Qur’an. To avoid mistakes, we should practice reciting the Qur’an every day. Importantly, Tajwid helps to read and understand the Qur’an correctly. Tajwid is a complete science that must be understood first and then applied.
The Qur’an has its own rules and principles, and we must follow them as they are when reading the Qur’an. Long verses are usually difficult to read and understand, so the Qur’an is reserved for better understanding.
In this blog, we have explained the essential rules of standing in the Qur’an. This will help you understand and improve the recitation of the Qur’an.