Tajweed rule articulation points of Throat

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According to Tajweed rules we divide the articulation points of the throat into three parts with each part pouncing two letters from within.

  1. The top part of throat
  2. The center part of throat
  3. The lower part of throat

upper-throat tajweed ruleThe top part of throat

There are two Arabic letters that are articulated and pronounced from the top part of throat they are arabic letter khaandgyeen.

 

 

 

 

 

mid-throat-makhraj tajweed ruleThe center part of throat

There are two Arabic letters that are articulated and pronounced from the middle part of throat. These two Arabic letters here are arabic letter haa and arabic letter ayeen.

 

 

 

deep-throat-makhraj tajweed ruleThe lower part of throat

There are two Arabic letters that are articulated and pronounced from the deepest most part of throat, more towards the chest. Those two letters are arabic letter hamza and arabic letter ha.

 

 

 

Tajweed Mistakes while pronunciation throat letters

tajweed throught lettersWhen pronouncing the most common mistake we do is that we read it softly or pronounce as (k) it is most often don by non-Arabs. The letter (k) is not articulated from throat; it is rather articulated from posterior portion the back portion of tongue and roof of mouth.

When pronouncing many people simulate it with the letter (G) which is wrong because of different articulation points is pronounced from the top part of throat it is the same part like if something itchy you try to remove it or do gargling it is the correct place to pronounce it.

There are two Arabic letters that are articulated from the middle part of throat and are commonly read wrong while reading Quran so a constant need practice is needed. Now let us talk about the letter Think you are cleaning a pair of glasses with the moist (air) of your throat try to squeeze your throat from the middle that is the part where you have to pronounce this letter

The letter is second Arabic letter that is pounced from this area it has more of rolling sound. It’s more like we you go to a doctor and he says open mouth to say AA that is the starting part and the last we add (yen) to it like AAYEN, some of our Quran teacher would described the sound of a camel. It would be easier if you practice it with proper Tajweed Quran teacher and practice it as much as you can.

Last two letters that are articulated from the bottom part of throat are hamzah and when pronouncing the common mistake when reading without Tajweed is we pronounce the (ha) either from the middle or from the upper part of throat which is wrong it is more towards the chest. This was the explanation of throat letters next you can find interesting knowledge about the Tajweed rule about letters that are Articulated from deepest part of tongue and you can register for free one week quranic lessons for your kids with live tutor hope it makes easy for you to learn and do share this resource