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Tajweed Rules - Idgham & Ithaar

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Ayaz Hussain

on 16 January 2014

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Transcript of Tajweed Rules - Idgham & Ithaar

what is ith-har
Ith har means to say noon clear. There are 6 letters hamzah ha ayn haa ghayn & kah. The definition of ithar is to pronounce every arabic letter clear .
Tajweed Rules
Examples
Examples of idgham are :
Examples of ith har
Some examples of ith har are:


What is idgham
Idgham means to merge. To make idgham you need the letters in noon sakin is a nonvoweled letter. If the 1st word ends with noon sakin and the next word begins with one of the letters in , then the noon sakin merges into the next letter.
Nun Sakinah - Idgham & Ith-har
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