Quran Ki Fazilat Hadees Ky Sath | 2024

The Quran Majeed is the final book revealed by Allah for the guidance of humanity. It is essential to read and understand it. Allah has mentioned numerous virtues for those who recite the Quran.

In terms of etiquette for recitation, it is recommended to face the Qibla, lower one’s head with respect, and sit before the teacher with dignity while reciting. Reciting the Quran during prayers in the mosque holds great merit. While lying down and reciting for memorization is also rewarding, it is less compared to reciting in a seated position. As Allah has stated:

“The most virtuous place for reciting the Quran is inside the mosque during prayers.”

It is crucial to approach the Quran with humility and reverence, seeking the knowledge and guidance it provides for a righteous and fulfilling life.

Hazrat Ali stated that a person who recites the Quran while standing in prayer receives the reward of 100 virtues for each letter. For those who recite the Quran while seated, the reward is 50 virtues per letter. One who recites the Quran outside of prayer, with ablution, receives 25 virtues per letter, while someone who recites without ablution receives 10 virtues per letter. Additionally, it is emphasized that looking at the Quran and then reciting it or reciting without looking both carry rewards, as handling, lifting, and looking at the Quran are all virtuous actions.

Admonition regarding underestimating the rewards of the Quran:

Narrated by Hazrat Abdullah bin Umar (may Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever recites the Quran and thinks that the reward he received is merely ordinary, and someone else could receive greater rewards, then he has indeed underestimated what Allah, the Almighty, has honored.”

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Hazrat Jabir reported that the Prophet of Madinah (peace be upon him) said: “The Quran will intercede, and its intercession will be accepted. And the Quran will argue on behalf of those who went against it, and its argument will be accepted. Whoever makes the Quran his leader, it will lead him to paradise. But those who neglect and abandon it will be led to hell.”

The one who memorizes the Quran cannot be consumed by the dust of the earth. The earth refuses, saying, “O my Lord, how can I consume his body when Your words are present within it?”

Being mindful of the rights of verses.

Upon encountering a verse requiring prostration, the reader should prostrate. Hazrat Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “When the son of Adam recites a verse requiring prostration and then prostrates, Satan weeps.”

Quran aur Hadees ki roshni me Parde ka Hukam

In the light of the Quran and Hadith regarding the rules of modesty:

The Prophet (SAW) advised his wives, daughters, and believing women to draw their cloaks around them, ensuring their recognition and protection from harm. This is close to their identification so that they are not harassed, and Allah is indeed the Most Forgiving and Merciful. (Surah Al-Ahzab 33:59)

And when you ask them (the wives of the Prophet) for anything, ask them from behind a curtain. This is purer for your hearts and theirs. (Surah Al-Ahzab 33:53)

Furthermore, purposeless leaving of the home is discouraged. “And stay in your houses, and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance.” (Surah Al-Ahzab 33:33)

Veiling of the face:
“Sayyida Asma bint Abu Bakr (may Allah be pleased with her) said, ‘We used to cover our faces in the presence of men.'” (Sahi Ibn e Khuzaima-269)

“Hazrat Ayesha (RA) mentioned that during the journey of Hajj, when they would put on the Ahram, and a caravan approached them, they would cover their faces with a veil. And when the caravan passed by, they would unveil their faces.” (SUNAN_IBN_MAJAH-KITAB_UL_MANASIK-BAAB_UL_MEHRMAAT-HADEES 2935)

The well-known incident of Sayyida Ayesha (RA) being accused, and Allah revealed the Surah Noor in her exoneration is a clear example of the importance of maintaining proper etiquette and the consequences of making baseless allegations. The incident is mentioned in various authentic hadith books, including Sahi Bukhari and Sahi Muslim.

Another narration states that a woman, Umm Khallad, who had lost her son in battle, was accused of immoral conduct, and Allah revealed the verse “Verily, those who brought forth the lie are a group from among you. Do not think it bad for you; rather, it is good for you.” (Surah An-Nur 24:11) This incident emphasizes the seriousness of false accusations and the need for proper evidence in Islamic law.


Being an uncovered woman makes one vulnerable to the influence of Satan. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) emphasized the importance of women observing the veil, stating that when a woman goes out of her house, Satan continues to cast a glance at her.

I would like to convey to all my Muslim sisters that the veil should be understood and used with good intentions and sincerity, not as a constraint imposed upon oneself. Many Muslim sisters who observe the veil may face strictness from their family members. While it is appropriate for family members to encourage the observance of the veil, it should be done with understanding, not with force. It is essential to educate them about the significance of the veil and guide them towards it with kindness and a deep understanding of the principles of faith.

Nowadays, many Muslim sisters who observe the veil do so under compulsion or face strictness from their family members. Undoubtedly, family members should encourage the practice of veiling, but it should be done with understanding and not force. They should be educated about the differences between a believing woman and a non-Muslim woman. Efforts should be made to instill a desire for understanding the Quran and religion. The increasing deviation from social and religious norms is often due to parents and family members being distanced from religion. Fear Allah, uphold the veil, and create an atmosphere of religion within your homes.

Some people think that “veil is just about covering the eyes,” “it’s all about intentions,” or “women who observe the veil are more problematic these days.” These are ignorant and hypocritical attitudes. The root cause of social degradation and deviation from the right path is often the distance of parents and family members from religion. Fear Allah, uphold the veil, and create a religious environment in your homes.

It is essential to note that lifting the veil for the first time should not feel like the removal of a shroud. Establish a commitment to observing the veil in your life and guide other sisters as well. Learn from the lives of the wives of the Prophet (SAW) and make them your ideals. Recognize the significance of the veil, and it is advisable to establish this practice in your life and guide other sisters before the veil is lifted for the first time.

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