How To Finish The Quran In Ramadan

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بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم

(Bismillah Hir Rahman Nir Rahim)

Reciting the Holy Quran in the month of Ramadan is a highly honorable and a rewarding activity. Due to Ramadan’s status as the Holy Month, Quran recitation in this month will increase your rewards and benefits ten times a fold. Besides, it is the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet to recite the Holy Quran in the month of Ramadan.

However,

Reciting a single verse and finishing the entire Quran are two different things. There are a lot of people who start the Quran recitation with high spirits and enthusiasm but after a few days, they lose interest and then abandon this Holy activity. To tackle this issue, there are a lot of people who are looking for how to finish the Quran in Ramadan.

That’s why Bismillah Schooling is here to help you out. We have brought you the best steps you should follow to complete the Quran in Ramadan. Besides, we have also brought to you a complete schedule for reciting the Quran during Ramadan. We have created two Quran recitation schedules for Ramadan, for both men and women.

Complete Calendar Of Reading The Quran During Ramadan For Men

DayJuzHizbSurahs To Recite
Ramadan 11st Juz1-2Surah 1, V.1 To Surah 2, V.141
Ramadan 22nd Juz3-4Surah 2, V.142 to Surah 2, V.252
Ramadan 33rd juz5-6Surah 2, V.253 to Surah 3, V.92
Ramadan 44th Juz7-8Surah 3, V.93 to Surah 4, V.23
Ramadan 55th Juz9-10Surah 4, V.24 to Surah 4, V.147
Ramadan 66th Juz11-12Surah 4, V.148 to Surah 5, V.81
Ramadan 77th Juz13 – 14Surah 5, v.82 to Surah 6, v.110
Ramadan 88th Juz15 – 16Surah 6, v.111 to  Surah 7, v.87
Ramadan 99th Juz17 – 18Surah 7, v.88 to Surah 8, v.40
10 Ramadan10th Juz19 – 20Surah 8, v.41 to  Surah 9, v.92
Ramadan 1111th Juz21 – 22Surah 9, v.93  to Surah 11, v.5
Ramadan 1212th Juz23 – 24Surah 11, v.6 to  Surah 12, v.52
Ramadan 1313th Juz25 – 26Surah 12, v.53 to Surah 14, v.52
Ramadan 1414th Juz27 – 28Surah 15, v.1 to Surah 16, v.128
Ramadan 1515th Juz29 – 30Surah 17, v.1 to Surah 18, v.74
Ramadan 1616th Juz31 – 32Surah 18, v.75 to Surah 20, v.135
Ramadan 1717th Juz33 – 34Surah 21, v.1 to Surah 22, v.78
Ramadan 1818th Juz35 – 36Surah 23, v.1 to  Surah 25, v.20
Ramadan 1919th Juz37 – 38Surah 25, v.21 to  Surah 27, v.55
Ramadan 2020th Juz39 – 40Surah 27, v.56 to Surah 29, v.45
Ramadan 2121st Juz41 – 42Surah 29, v.46 to Surah 33, v.30
Ramadan 2222nd Juz43 – 44Surah 33, v.31 to Surah 36, v.27
Ramadan 2323rd Juz45 – 46Surah 36, v.28 to Surah 39, v.31
Ramadan 2424th Juz47 – 48Surah 39, v.32 to Surah 41, v.46
Ramadan 2525th Juz49 – 50Surah 41, v.47 to Surah 45, v.37
Ramadan 2626th Juz51 – 52Surah 46, v.1 to  Surah 51, v.30
Ramadan 2727th Juz53 – 54Surah 51, v.31 to Surah 57, v.29
Ramadan 2828th Juz55 – 56Surah 58, v.1 to Surah 66, v.12
Ramadan 2929th Juz57 – 58Surah 67, v.1 to Surah 77, v.50
Ramadan 3030th Juz59 – 60Surah 78, v.1 to Surah 114, v.6

Calendar For Quran Recitation During Ramadan For Women

Note: Before we go to the schedule, know that as a women, the best time for you to recite the Holy Quran is before the Asr prayer. As, after that, you will have to prepare dinner (Iftar) for your family. Thus, due to your duties, if you cannot complete the Quran recitation, there is no need to worry. But, if you follow this schedule and recite every day before the Asr prayer, you can succeed.

DayJuzHizbSurahs To Recite
Ramadan 11st Juz1-2Surah 1, V.1 To Surah 2, V.141
Ramadan 22nd Juz3-4Surah 2, V.142 to Surah 2, V.252
Ramadan 33rd juz5-6Surah 2, V.253 to Surah 3, V.92
Ramadan 44th Juz7-8Surah 3, V.93 to Surah 4, V.23
Ramadan 55th Juz9-10Surah 4, V.24 to Surah 4, V.147
Ramadan 66th Juz11-12Surah 4, V.148 to Surah 5, V.81
Ramadan 77th Juz13 – 14Surah 5, v.82 to Surah 6, v.110
Ramadan 88th Juz15 – 16Surah 6, v.111 to  Surah 7, v.87
Ramadan 99th Juz17 – 18Surah 7, v.88 to Surah 8, v.40
10 Ramadan10th Juz19 – 20Surah 8, v.41 to  Surah 9, v.92
Ramadan 1111th Juz21 – 22Surah 9, v.93  to Surah 11, v.5
Ramadan 1212th Juz23 – 24Surah 11, v.6 to  Surah 12, v.52
Ramadan 1313th Juz25 – 26Surah 12, v.53 to Surah 14, v.52
Ramadan 1414th Juz27 – 28Surah 15, v.1 to Surah 16, v.128
Ramadan 1515th Juz29 – 30Surah 17, v.1 to Surah 18, v.74
Ramadan 1616th Juz31 – 32Surah 18, v.75 to Surah 20, v.135
Ramadan 1717th Juz33 – 34Surah 21, v.1 to Surah 22, v.78
Ramadan 1818th Juz35 – 36Surah 23, v.1 to  Surah 25, v.20
Ramadan 1919th Juz37 – 38Surah 25, v.21 to  Surah 27, v.55
Ramadan 2020th Juz39 – 40Surah 27, v.56 to Surah 29, v.45
Ramadan 2121st Juz41 – 42Surah 29, v.46 to Surah 33, v.30
Ramadan 2222nd Juz43 – 44Surah 33, v.31 to Surah 36, v.27
Ramadan 2323rd Juz45 – 46Surah 36, v.28 to Surah 39, v.31
Ramadan 2424th Juz47 – 48Surah 39, v.32 to Surah 41, v.46
Ramadan 2525th Juz49 – 50Surah 41, v.47 to Surah 45, v.37
Ramadan 2626th Juz51 – 52Surah 46, v.1 to  Surah 51, v.30
Ramadan 2727th Juz53 – 54Surah 51, v.31 to Surah 57, v.29
Ramadan 2828th Juz55 – 56Surah 58, v.1 to Surah 66, v.12
Ramadan 2929th Juz57 – 58Surah 67, v.1 to Surah 77, v.50
Ramadan 3030th Juz59 – 60Surah 78, v.1 to Surah 114, v.6

Steps To Finish The Quran In Ramadan

We know that finishing the Holy Quran in Ramadan is not an easy task. Thus, it is highly important for these people to follow a proper step-by-step guide and find out how to finish the whole Quran in Ramadan.

1) Must Have The Right Intention

Reciting the whole Quran in the month of Ramadan is not easy, therefore, it is highly important for you to keep a clear intention. You need to have a clear mindset and need to have sincerity towards Allah (Azza Wa Jal).

The task will not matter, if your every task is done for the will of Allah, he will provide the believers with strength, health, time, and motivation.

2) Be Determined

It is highly important to stay determined alongside setting the right intentions. By being determined, you will be pushing yourself and would be learning the Quran easily. No matter what problems you are going through at this time, if you recite the Holy Quran with determination, you will be able to achieve your goal with ease.

All you have to do is to revise the Surah or the verse you have recited. This will keep you in a good knick and you will be able to recite the Holy Quran with a good determination.

3) Now Create A Proper Strategy

There doesn’t appear to be a set method for completing the Quranic verses. As a result, do everything you can to develop a strategy that works for you. However, we do not want to leave you alone on your road, so we have a set of rules that will assist you in achieving your goal.

Everyone has their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Each has its own style and preferences. Some people choose to recite the Holy Quran at breaks and at specified periods of the day, while others want to finish the entire Juz before the deadlines.

4) Make Sure To Practice

To complete the Quran recitation in the month of Ramadan, you must recite the Quran on a daily basis for 30 days. You should practise without interruption on a daily basis and with the assistance of a qualified guide. You will be able to recite the Quran properly and complete the recitation in one month if you do it this manner.

5) Recite Two Pages Before And After Prayers

Many people have inquired as to how many pages they must read in Ramadan to complete the Quran. Two pages should be read before the prayers and two pages should be read after the prayers.

You should be aware that the Holy Quran contains 600 pages. When you divide 30 days by 20 pages per day, you get 20 pages per day. You will read a total of 20 pages per day if you read two pages before and after each prayer. In a month, that’s 600 pages.

If you are unable to recite at one of the prayer times, you can recite four pages before and after the next prayer to complete your assignment. You can do it whenever you want; all you have to do is recite a total of 20 pages in one day.

6) Complete One Juz At A Time

Another way to look at it is to complete a single Juz per day. You will have completed the entire Holy Book at the end of the month if you finish one Juz per day.

During the month of Ramadan, some people recite the Quran again instead of finishing it once. Things shift a little in these situations. You will have to recite more pages in a single day in this scenario.

7) How Many Verses Should I Recite?

If you want to recite a single Juz in a single day, you can make things much easier by dividing the reading by the number of verses. The first half (Juz), for example, has 286 verses in Surah Al-Baqarah and Surah Al-Fatiha, which can easily be divided into five prayer times.

If you memorize the Surah Al-Fatiha, you will only have 141 verses left, these can be divided into five prayer times.

To make things a bit easier, the 28 verses are separated into two groups of 14, each with 14 verses. Thus, we will repeat four verses before the dawn prayer and fourteen verses after the dawn prayer.

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