“When the Quran is recited, listen to it attentively and be silent, so you may be shown mercy. Remember your Lord inwardly with humility and reverence and in a moderate tone of voice, both morning and evening. And do not be one of the heedless.”

– [Surah Al-A’raf, Ayat 204 & 205]


Tuesdays, commences on 8 Mar 2022
7.45pm – 9.30pm
4 weeks


Ustaz Taufiq Bin Radja Nurul Bahri


The Quran is the epicentre of the religious guidance and spiritual energy we pursue in life. The Words of God are revered by anyone who truthfully claims to be a believer and as such, naturally, a Muslim would treat God’s final revelation with utmost respect and honour. There are, though, many ways in which Muslims happen to express their recognition and veneration for The Quran.

What are the best ways for us to show our love and respect for The Quran? What would be the most appropriate mannerisms with regards to our daily interactions with The Quran, as we recite and study God’s Words? What are the responsibilities we have to fulfill towards The Quran? What does a student of The Quran need to keep in mind when studying The Quran?

The study of The Quran does not only encapsulate the understanding of its legal and theological implications, its linguistic analyses and associated sciences. We also need to understand that God’s final revelation is to be lived by, and held onto as the ultimate guidance for our lives, in all aspects imaginable. As Muslims we ought to understand the value and significance of The Quran and incorporate its virtues as part of our worldview and build our lifestyle to express our faithful reverence towards God and His Words.

Let’s learn how we should posit The Quran in our lives, just as we have learned how to recite and study God’s Words.


• No prior qualifications required to attend this course.
• Required to have access to internet on the day of tutorials.


Week 1 8.3.22 Intellectual Adab
(Knowing the worth of the Quran, Intentions of interaction with the Quran)
Week 2 15.3.22 Practical Adab
(Mannerisms, Sunnah practices, Supplications)
Week 3 22.3.22 Emotional Adab
(Khusyu’ and Tadabbur: Tasting the sweetness of the Quran)
Week 4 29.3.22 Entering the Month of the Quran
(Preparing for Ramadhan)


Standard: $55  | Concession: $45

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