Learn Ahsanul Qawaid Qaida

Ahsanul Qawaid Qaida is a unique, systematic way of teaching people to read the Quranic Arabic script. It was developed by Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi in India in the early 1900s. Ahsanul Qawaid is an acronym for Ahkam-e-Shari’ah, Adab-e-Taleem, Ahkam al Nahu, and Qawaid Fil Huroof, which means “laws of Islamic jurisprudence, rules of education, and laws of language and grammar” in Arabic.

Ahsanul Qawaid consists of four main components: Ahkam Shari’ah (Laws of Jurisprudence), Adab Taleem (Rules of Education), Ahkam al Nahu (Laws of Language), and Qawaid Fil Huroof (Grammar Principles). Ahkam Shari’ah deals with the legal aspects of Islamic education, such as the importance of memorizing the Quran. Adab Taleem focuses on proper etiquette in learning, including reciting the correct pronunciation, how interacting with teachers, and having respect for parents. Ahkam al-Nahu teaches students about structure, meaning, and grammar in Arabic. Finally, Qawaid Fil Huroof covers basic topics such as nouns and verbs.

Ahsanul Qawaid provides a clear and comprehensive approach to teaching people to read Arabic script from scratch—without requiring them to have any prior knowledge of Islam or the Quran. It enables students of any age or background to learn Arabic in a structured and systematic way.

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