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1 More on Tarteel on Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:22 pm

From the mannerisms of reciting the Qur'aan is to recite with tarteel. Let's talk about this term. What does it mean? How does it encompass the three modes of recitation? And even more importantly, what are the modes of recitation? 
You may refer to the textbook (Tajweed Rules 1) as a resource for this discussion.

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2 Re: More on Tarteel on Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:17 pm

Tarteel is to recite the Qur'an in its proper way. In a way, the three modes of recitation give more detail on how to correctly use tarteel.

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3 Re: More on Tarteel on Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:10 pm

Azzah_G wrote:Tarteel is to recite the Qur'an in its proper way. In a way, the three modes of recitation give more detail on how to correctly use tarteel.
I think I see your point. Can you expound a bit more? Also, what are the three modes?
Baarakallaahu feeki

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4 Re: More on Tarteel on Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:39 pm

The levels of tarteel are three:

TaHqeeq: Reading slowly with serenity while pondering the meaning with the tajweed rules, giving each letter its makhraj and sifaat and lengthening what should be lengthened.

Hadr: Reciting quickly while observing rules of tajweed.

Tadweer: reading it at a level between TaHqeeq while preserving and observing the rules of tajweed.

PLEASE NOTE: When reciting in hadr, be careful not to put off the madd rules and ghunnah and not to shorten vowels incorrectly.

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5 Re: More on Tarteel on Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:18 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:The levels of tarteel are three:

TaHqeeq: Reading slowly with serenity while pondering the meaning with the tajweed rules, giving each letter its makhraj and sifaat and lengthening what should be lengthened.

Hadr: Reciting quickly while observing rules of tajweed.

Tadweer: reading it at a level between TaHqeeq while preserving and observing the rules of tajweed.

PLEASE NOTE: When reciting in hadr, be careful not to put off the madd rules and ghunnah and not to shorten vowels incorrectly.
Tayyib, jazaakillaahu khairan!

So Tahqeeq is the first one. Linguistically, tahqeeq is when one is careful to present something in its natural state, without adding to it or subtracting from it. It is simply reaching/bringing about the reality of that thing and not going beyond it. 
As for the technical definition it is as Salihah mentioned, jazaahallaahu khairan.

"It is emitting every letter with its right, fulfilling the mudood, ghunnaat...and completing the vowels along with deliberateness and tranquility (in the recitation) without one encroaching upon negligence or extremeness by stretching the vowels, or voweling the silent letters, or trilling the raa, or increasing the time of the madd and ghunnaat etc." (Khooli, 2015)

Based on this explanation, in which situation do you think this mode of recitation is most befitting? Why?

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