‘Ruju’ ila al-Quran’ or Recourse to the Holy Quran is one of fundamentals of Minhaj-ul-Quran International. Keeping this objective in view, our scholars have designed courses as per contemporary needs. Most important of them is Irfan-ul-Quran course.
Irfan-ul-Quran course is a unique course consisting of 63 lecturers through which students are taught Qira’at, Tajwid, literal and idiomatic translation, Tafsir (Exegesis of the Quran), Arabic grammar, Hadith and ‘Masnoon’ invocations. This course enables the students to translate and understand the Holy Quran without the help of a teacher.
We are the part of great Islamic institution of our times, Jamia Islamia Minhaj-ul-Quran and our faculty consists of renowned religious scholars and 7-years Shari’ah Course (Dars-e-Nizami) degree holders, most of whom are PhD and MPhil scholars. Our experienced and highly qualified members of faculty make us unique and unparalleled among the other Islamic institutes.
PLAN-A Five Days a Week
USA – 50 USD
UK – 35 GBP
Europe – 40 Euro
Canada – 60 CAD
PLAN-B Two days a week
USA – 25 USD
UK – 17 GBP
Europe – 20 Euro
Canada – 30 CAD
Family Package Half Fee off 2nd Brother/sister
Importance of Learning Quran,
The Holy Quran is fountain head of entire learning, but there is a striking difference between the Holy Quran and other books The Quran is word of Allah (SWT) and books on various branches of knowledge are human studies of Allah’s creation. These books deal with specific subjects and topics. A book on one discipline is quiet on other disciplines. They are no way comparable with the Holy Quran. The Holy Quran is a treasure of our knowledge and learning that man may need till end of time. All knowledge originates from the Holy Quran. This is the basic truth of Islamic doctrine of knowledge. We need to get out of the darkness of ignorance and move towards the limelight and bright future. The Holy Prophet (SAW) said,
“O people I am leaving behind among you the Holy Book (Quran) and the Sunnah (way of Prophet (SAW)), if you follow these in letter and spirit you will never be strayed.”