How to complete Quran during Ramadan?

The Proposal Team

28 Mar, 2023

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Ramadan is a holy and blessed time of the year. It is significant not only because of fasting but also because of the Quran was revealed to our Prophet SAW in Ramadan. As mentioned in the Holy book:


“The month of Ramadan is that in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion.”

(Surah al-Baqarah, 2:185)

The Reward of Reciting the Quran in Ramadan

Just as other acts of worship are mandatory in Ramadan, reciting the Quran is highly recommended. Abdullah ibn Mas’ud reported that the Prophet SAW said:


“Whoever recites a letter from the Book of Allah, he will be credited with a good deed, and a good deed gets a ten-fold reward. I do not say that Alif-Lam-Mim is one letter, but Alif is a letter, Lam is a letter and Mim is a letter”. (Sunan at-Tirmidhi)

Finish Quran in 30 Days

  • Set the Intention of Reciting the Quran Daily

Every achievement begins as a goal. Intend and set the goal of completing the Quran in Ramadan. Seek Allah’s help in consistently reciting the Quran. Umar ibn al-Khattab R.A reported that the Prophet SAW said:


“Verily, actions are by intentions and every person will attain what they have intended for.”

  • Prepare a Schedule That Suits Your Lifestyle

Next, come up with a plan to achieve your goal. Set a schedule for yourself that suits your lifestyle. Personalize your schedule according to worldly responsibilities such as job, household, children, etc. 


The most common practice to complete the Quran in 30 days is reciting one juz per day. If you cannot read a juz in one sitting, you can further divide each juz into smaller sections to recite at different times during the day. You can divide the juz into 4, 5, or smaller units. A practical strategy is to divide each juz into five sections and recite them before and after each Fardh prayer. It would only take an extra 15 - 20 minutes in addition to the usual prayer time.

  • Consistently Recite Everyday 

The key to achieving anything is taking action. A tip to consistently read the Quran daily is to add accountability to your recitation journey. Ask a friend or family member, or use a digital tool like an app to track your progress. Another great tip is to read from the physical Quran, which allows you to connect with the holy book. But you can also read from the digital Quran at times when reading from the physical one is not possible.


Once the habit of reciting the Quran is established, you can further strengthen your connection with the book of Allah by reading the translation (if Arabic is not your first language) and Tafseer.

Don’t limit the habit of reciting the Quran to Ramadan; continue to build this habit beyond Ramadan. As said by the Prophet SAW:


“The most beloved deeds to Allah are those which are done consistently, even if they are little.”

(Sahih Al-Bukhari)


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