Now for the first time, a color-coded Juz' Amma [last Juz' of the Qur'an] in an Arabic script that is easy to read for the non-Arabic speaking person as well. Seven different color shades have been used, each color representing a different tajwid rule. The actual rules of tajwid in English are included in the back of the edition. This large edition of the Juz' Amma, especially aimed at young children, facilitates the recitation the Qur'an correctly for them with the proper pronunciations and intonations. Printed on heavy art paper for durability.
The color coded Juz Amma is intended to facilitate and enhance the reading of the Qur'an with tajweed. It is produced by color coding the various rules. For example where ikhfa is to be observed, the word is highlighted with blue; where qalqala is to be observed red is used. A legend at the bottom of every page describes the color codes providing for a quick reference. A supplement at the end describes the rules of tajweed in detail and explains the color coding system. Large font. Art paper. Produced especially for children.
A view of the inside and color coding system.Click image for larger view.