Here Is How You Can Complete Quran In Ramadan Easily

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Ramadan, a month of Peace and Blessings. This month has a lot of importance in Islam because it is the month when Quran was revealed to our Prophet (PBUH). As well as, Reciting Quran in Ramadan gives immense good deeds to the person reading it throughout this month and Finishing it can earn you more good deeds.

We at The Islamic Information brings you the easiest way to finish Quran in Ramadan.

Ramadan is the month when Quran was revealed to our beloved prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). And as we know, in this month, Allah multiplies our good deeps thrice. Imam al-Shafi’i used to finish Quran 60 times during this holy month of Ramadan. And there is also said, making dua in this month is very fruitful and always heard (if your dua is authentic and realistic)

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How to Finish Quran in Ramadan Easily

  • An average Quran has approximately 600 pages. If you divide 600 with 30 days then that is 20 pages per day. And now divide 20 with 5 (5 Times of prayers), which becomes 4. And it will be so easy for you to Finish it!
  • It means if you pray just 4 pages after every Salah (Prayer). Then you will be able to finish it easily in this holy month.
  • And if you want to finish it twice, just start reciting 8 pages after every Salah (Prayer) you offer in this holy Month!

See? How easy it is to Finish Quran in this holy month of Ramadan, Share this post with your friends and family, and because of your share they recite the Quran then you will also be able to gain some reward out of this. I have done my part by sharing it with you, now do your part by sharing this post with all of your family and friends.

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Ibrahim Suleiman

What a nice idea? I never thought this. This is indeed great to know. Jazakallahu khairan!