Tajweed Qur’an with meaning translation in English with an index on Quran topics and transliteration
It is of His Glory’s gifts upon us that He made His Qur’an easy to comprehend.
Its words were written in a simple way, during the age of prophet Muhammad (Allah bless and give him peace)
Calligraphy of words only without dots or vowels
Its letters were vowelized during the days of Al-Imam Ali (May Allah honor him).
Dots were placed on the letters which resemble each other, during the days of Caliph Abdul Malek Ibn Marwan
Subject to recitation in His Noble Book, by using colors to indicate the rules of recitation and their timing in order to facilitate the recitation of the Noble Qur’an.
Tajweed rules for the noble Qur’an are color-coded for both the Arabic and the English translations. Using only three primary colors—red (color graduation) for positions that need to be prolonged, green (Ghunnah) for the nasal, and blue (description of sound articulation—the transliteration is incredibly simple to understand, (gray is not pronounced).
Without having to memorize them, 28 rules are implemented while reciting. At the end of this Qur’an, they are explained if you desire to memorize them. Dear Qur’anic reader, in order to focus on the meaning, it is advised that you pause when there are spaces between some words and not vocalize the word’s final letter (where the vowel is blocked in a small square).