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    How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

    Assalamu Alaykum

    InshAllah this schedule calculates how long it takes you to memorize the Quran according to your memorization ability.

    If you memorize 1 aya each day, you will be able to memorize the Quran in 17 years and 7 months and 9 days

    If you memorize 2 ayas each day, you will memorize the quran in 8 years 9 months and 18 days.

    If you memorize 3 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 5 years 10 months and 13 days

    If you memorize 4 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 4 years 4 months and 24 days

    If you memorize 5 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 3 years 6 months and 7 days

    If you memorize 6 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 2 years 11 months and 4 days

    If you memorize 7 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 2 years 6 months and 3 days

    If you memorize 8 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 2 years 2 months and 12 days

    If you memorize 9 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 11 months and 12 days

    If you memorize 10 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 9 months and 3 days

    If you memorize 11 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 7 months and 6 days

    If you memorize 12 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 5 months and 15 days

    If you memorize 13 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 4 months and 6 days

    If you memorize 14 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 3 months and 0 days

    If you memorize 15 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 2 months and 1 days

    If you memorize 16 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 1 months and 6 days

    If you memorize 17 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 1 year 10 months and 0 days

    If you memorize 18 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 11 months and 19 days

    If you memorize 19 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 11 months and 1 day

    If you memorize 20 ayas each day you will memorize the quran in 10 months and 16 days

    And if you memorize 1 wajh each day, you will memorize the Quran in 1 year 8 months and 12 days

    If you memorize 2 wajh each day, you will memorize the Quran in 10 months, 6 days


    Brothers and sisters, don't forget each letter you say when reading the quran is a reward for you, and each reward is written for you as ten by Allah's generosity.

    So in Bismillah arRahman arRaheem 19 letters which means 190 rewards! Just by doing the bismillah without even starting you gained 190 rewards InshAllah.

    So how about doing ayas and repeating when you memorize?

    It is truly an offer from Allah we cannot refuse. It is the chance of a lifetime truly because some of the scales on the day of Judgement may only need one reward for it to be heavier and open up the way by Allah's mercy to the Jannah!

    We ask Allah the sincerity, the truthfulness, the acceptance, the good abode at the hereafter.

    Ameen.

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    Alhamdulillah, What great statistics!
    Jazakallah khair akhi
    Mutarrif B. 'Abdillah: ''Oh Allaah, I seek forgiveness in you from that which I have repented and then returned back to, and I seek forgiveness in you from that which I rendered to you and then did not fulfil and I seek forgiveness in you from that which I alleged was for seeking your face but, my heart mixed with that which you know of me'' (حلية الأولياء)

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      #3
      Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

      all very nice. but a person can only ever memorise the Quran with love and enthusiasm.
      Rajab is a month of cultivation, Shaban is month of irrigating the fields, and the month of Ramadhan is a month of reaping and harvesting.”

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        #4
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        :wswrwb:

        That's a very inspiring post for me. It can be a very daunting prospect for those of us getting on in years and it's good to be reminded of the ultimate aim and the rewards we will insha'Alllah receive while getting there.

        Barak'Allahu feek.

        @Med: isn't memorising al-Qur'an an act of love in itself?

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          #5
          Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

          Originally posted by Al-Farooq View Post
          @Med: isn't memorising al-Qur'an an act of love in itself?
          yes but my point is that sometimes people read these stats and get all happy that I just need to do this and then the Quran will just fall into my heart and on my tongue.

          The person who does hifz, his mind will constantly be whirring with his new lesson and revision. It isn't as simple as one ayah, hifz means your whole day ticking along with connection to the Quran.
          Rajab is a month of cultivation, Shaban is month of irrigating the fields, and the month of Ramadhan is a month of reaping and harvesting.”

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            #6
            Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

            btw - I dunno if my posts have come across as discouraging, that is certainly not my intention. Rather it's just to emphasise that people need to put in hardwork and dedication along with a long-term plan if they going down this type of route **thumbs up**
            Rajab is a month of cultivation, Shaban is month of irrigating the fields, and the month of Ramadhan is a month of reaping and harvesting.”

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              #7
              Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

              What a great post

              masha'Allah

              Jazaka'Allah khier
              And to Allah belong the soldiers of the heavens and the earth, and ever is Allah Knowing and Wise. [And] that He may admit the believing men and the believing women to gardens beneath which rivers flow to abide therein eternally and remove from them their misdeeds - and ever is that, in the sight of Allah , a great attainment.

              Surah Fatĥ 4/5

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                #8
                Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                Thats interesting.. but I can't even memorise my car plate number

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                  #9
                  Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                  ^ trusssss....that don't matter.

                  That's one of the miracles of al-Qur'aan; the ease at which it can be memorised!

                  I say go for it...and u'll see it aint all that difficult, inshaaALlaah!

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                    #10
                    Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                    :jkk: InshaAllah Allah makes it easy for all of us to memorize the Quraan..aameen
                    احب الصالحين و لست منهم لعل الله يرزقني صلاح

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                      #11
                      Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                      ‘When will I see you as a Haafidh?’

                      Shaykh Yasir Salamah, one of the leading Imams and recitors of Egypt. In his audio tape ‘When will I see you as a Haafidh?’ he speaks of the true account of Muhammad, a brother who after attending a workshop on memorising Qur’an and utilising all the available mediums, went on to memorise the entire Qur’an within just 50 days (i.e 2 months).

                      “I declared a state of Jihad upon my soul and put death before my eyes. I made an intention to memorise the Noble Qur’aan. So I abandoned telephone calls and unnecessary visits, and I changed all the negative thoughts associated with hifdh (memorisation) to positive and practical ones e.g. When a thought came to me saying ‘I can’t do it!’ I’d say, ‘I can do it.’ If it said, ‘My memory is weak!’ I’d say ‘I take pleasure in having a great memory.’

                      I chose the masjid as the place of my hifdh as it preserves three:

                      1. The eyes

                      2. The ears

                      3. The tongue

                      I followed a specific dietary program consisting of eating dates, fruits and honey - and fasting helped me a great deal in that. I used to wake up before salaat al-Fajr by 2 and a half hours and I slept 2 hours after ‘Isha. I used to wake up for Tahajjud (the night prayer), prolonging my sujood wherein I would call upon Allaah ta’alaa to ease for me my affair. I would also seek forgiveness 100 times.

                      I began to memorise 5 pages and would recite them in the Sunnah prayers of Fajr. After salaat al-Fajr, I would begin the memorisation of 5 new pages and at the end, I would recite them in the 2 raka’ahs of salaat al-Duhaa, all the time thanking Allaah for easing the memorisation.

                      I would perfect the recitation of what I had memorised by listening to tapes of one of the recitors. I would read about the qiraa’ah in books or via the Muqaddimah al-Jazariyyah (poem on the ahkam of tajweed).

                      After salaat al-Dhuhr, I would repeat everything that I had memorised previously beginning from the 1st Juz, until salaat al-’Asr. After the ‘Asr prayer, I would repeat the new portion of hifdh and the juz before. After the Maghrib prayer, I would prepare the recitation of 10 new pages and it was only after salaat al-’Isha that I’d review the Qur’aan with my teacher, may Allaah reward him well.

                      Before retiring to bed, I would listen to all that I memorised in the day from cassettes and I would be sitting for 6 continuous hours, without any boredom or feeling tired. In the 1st week, I would sit for 6 hours, memorising and revising. In the 2nd week, I would sit for 8 hours. In the 3rd week, it was 10 hours and in the 4th week, it was 12 hours. In the last 10 days, I was sitting for 14 hours memorising and revising.

                      The hardest times for me were when it came to sleeping and eating. I ardently wished that the period of sleep would end quickly so that I could start my hifdh of the Noble of Qur’aan. Everytime I began to read the Qur’aan and memorise, I felt such delight and enjoyment that I had never felt before. Du’a was an important factor for me before and after hifdh. I would memorise a page whilst sitting down and then repeat it whilst walking. My teacher played an important role in encouraging me, in revision, in correcting me and benefiting me in terms of Tajweed.

                      In the last week, on the night of 20th Ramadan, only 4 and a half juz remained until completion of hifdh. So I turned to Allaah to open up my way and ease it for me. I went on to memorise it in 6 days with the Help of Allaah.

                      Laylatul-Qadr came, the night of delight and happiness - it was like a wedding night to me. My completion of hifdh took place between Maghrib and ‘Isha in the masjid with the Imam and those in I’tikaaf. We began the khatma (reciting from beginning till end of the Book). In the end, during the du’aa, my heart opened up greatly and I began to weep like never before. It was the most beautiful hour of my life. Allaah had honoured me with the memorisation of His Book.

                      During the du’aa, I remembered a dream I had more than 10 years ago… I was a Mu’adhin of a mosque and after Fajr salaah, I sat remembering Allaah in the mosque. I felt sleepy so I took a nap in the middle of the mosque, and behold! I found myself amidst a gathering. A powerful ray of light descended from the sky down to the middle of the masjid. From that light came many angels and between them were 2 big Angels. One of them turned towards me and took me to the light. I entered along with the 2 angels. I then found myself on top of a large green tree - I began to climb it in the companionship of the 2 angels. We found angels standing by the door of the 1st heaven. They said to me ‘Where are you going?’ They opened up a book and said, ‘We don’t have your name with us, so climb onwards to the top.’ And likewise, all the time (through each heaven), they said the same thing to me.

                      Upon arriving at the 7th heaven, we reached the end of the tree. I found angels standing at the door and they said, ‘Are you Muhammad?’ I said, ‘Yes.’ They said, ‘Enter, for the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam) wants you.’ I said to the 2 angels that were with me ‘Come in with me.’ They said, ‘We can’t enter. But we will wait for you.’ So I entered Jannah and behold, I saw therein what no eye has seen, no ear has heard and had never entered in the heart of Man. Angels were surrounding me and there was a door, on top of it was written لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله. جنة الفردوس (There is no God but Allaah and Muhammad is His Messenger. Al-Firdaws Paradise).

                      The Angels opened the door and I entered. Before me was the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam) sitting at the top end and beside him were men, some that I recognised and some that I didn’t. In front of him were a very large group of men, women and children. They wore white clothes, and they were so many that they had a beginning but no end. All of them were reciting Qur’aan.

                      The Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam) called me and I went up to him. He got up and made some space for me. I kissed him and he sat me down besides him. I asked him ‘Who are these people O Messenger of Allah?’ He said, ‘These are the people who have memorised the Book of Allaah `azza wa jall.’

                      Inshaa’Allaah ta’ala, the dream ended in truth. I never spoke to anyone about it until the night that I completed the memorisation of the Qur’aan.”

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                        #12
                        Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                        could anybody tell me how long 1 ayat is

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                          #13
                          Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                          I wonder how the hell Ibn Sina can memorize Qur'an in 7 years old? Must be freaking genius and blessed!

                          And all the heavens go their way.... And only change is here to stay...

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                            #14
                            Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                            whats a wajh?

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                              #15
                              Re: How Long it Will take you to Memorize the Quran?

                              Originally posted by arachnide View Post
                              I wonder how the hell Ibn Sina can memorize Qur'an in 7 years old? Must be freaking genius and blessed!
                              I read a story about a young girl from Saudi who memorised Quran by 6.

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