Nuraniah 

كتاب القاعدة النورانية

The book Al-Qaida Al-Nooraniah- is considered one of the valuable books for researchers of Quranic sciences in particular and for other specialists in Islamic sciences in general. This is because the book Al-Qaida Al-Nuraniah-colored falls within the scope of the studies of the sciences of the Noble Qur’an and related disciplines related to the interpretation of the Qur’an

Al-Qaida Al-Nooraniah is one of the sciences of the Qur’an that is used to learn the Arabic language, and how to pronounce it in a proper way and connect the letters to each other, then how to connect the movements with the letters, and through which the places of stress and elongation are learned, through the linguistic application with examples from the verses of the Holy Quran.

The great scholar Sheikh Noor Muhammad Haqqani, may God have mercy on him, was born in 1272 AH, corresponding to 1856 AD in the city of Ludhiana (one of the cities in the state of Punjab in India). From the British colonialism, he obtained primary education in the same city, then completed his legal studies in the well-known religious schools in Delhi, Kanpur and Lucknow.

Sheikh Noor Muhammad Haqqani dedicated himself since he completed his education to spread knowledge and teach the Noble Qur’an, so he issued a newspaper called “Noor ala Nour” and established a printing press called “Haqqania Press” and developed a school for girls established by his father, Sheikh Hafez Ali Muhammad, and called it the “Haqqania School.” He developed it in all respects by modernizing the educational curriculum and established a department for memorizing the Holy Qur’an in it.
He also excelled in arranging a unique modern curriculum for education for his school so that he made it comparable to Christian schools in the country, and his school won great admiration from the most prominent men of education and educators of his time.
They unanimously agreed that he gave the Islamic community in India an ideal school in the country, and after that several branches were opened for it, and the name of the main school was changed to the “Umm al-Madras” school.

His death:

The Sheikh, may God have mercy on him, died in 1343 AH corresponding to 1925 AD, and after his death the work of the school was entrusted to his youngest son, Ahmed Hassan bin Noor Muhammad Haqqani, may God have mercy on him.

1-Lesson One: The teacher teaches the student the single letters of the alphabet, by reading them to the students, and then repeating them through a unified rhythm, until they are firmly established in the students’ minds, and single letters.

2- The second lesson: The teacher teaches the student the compound letters of the alphabet and tries to train them to pronounce it correctly, and those compound letters.

3- Lesson Three: After that, the teacher trains the student on the broken letters, and teaches them, so that they do not pronounce them as words.

4- The fourth lesson: The teacher begins to teach the student the vowel letters and gives them examples of them, and those letters are the ones that are formed with the fatha, the kasra, and the damma.

5- Lesson Five: After that, the teacher comes to teach the students the Manunah letters, which have Tanween.

6- Lesson Six: The teacher trains the students on how to pronounce the movements and the intention, by giving them examples.

7- Lesson Seven: The teacher trains the students on the small alif, the small waw, and also the small yaa, by giving them examples of it.

8- Lesson 8: The students learn the letters of the extension and vowel letters.

9- The ninth lesson: The students practice the letters of the three types of madd, the Tanween, as well as the letters of the vowels.

10- Lesson Ten: The teacher trains the students to be still, and gives them examples of that.

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  • 17 Lessons