Quran Buds – QuranBuddy – Wireless Quran Ear Buds A970
Quran Buds Pre-loaded with the following reciters & content:
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Gift the Quran to a fellow muslim with the worlds most amazing Quran buds or gift them to someone who is becoming Hafidh. The full Quran by multiple reciters, what can be better than listening to the Qur'an on the go? The product has many features, the Quran buds may also be used with a smartphone and has a built in loudspeaker. Calorie & step counter for all you healthy people out there. Now available to personalise.
Quran Buds Pre-loaded with the following reciters & content:
- Listen to the Quran through the wireless earphones or built in loudspeaker
- Long lasting battery
- Built in step & calorie counter
- Built in multiple alarm clock
- Audio speed adjustment for Huffaz, make the audio faster or slower.
- Bookmark audio to save progress
- Built in Voice recorder
- Rewind, Forward & multiple Repeat functions
- Fully updatable - customise it to your needs
- Full touchscreen & standby mode
- Can also use in a car which has usb support
- Available in Black & White
Package Dimensions: 10cm x 10cm x 5cm Weight: 0.3kg
Product dimensions: 7cm x 7cm x 3cm Weight: 0.10kg
Display screen: 1.4inch Resolution: 240 x 240 IPS Touchscreen
Connection: High-speed USB2.0
Recording: Sampling rate – 8-44.1 KHz Format: WAV & MP3
Quran Format: MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, APE, AAC, OGG
Operating temperature: -5 to 40 degrees celcius
Bluetooth version: 5.0
Bluetooth transmission: Approximately 8metres
Bluetooth protocol: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, SPP, BLE
Battery capacity: 720mAh
QuranPods capacity: 30mAh
Language selection: English plus 23 other languages
Operating system: compatible with windows & iOS
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The companions of Prophet Muhammad served in transferring the Islamic holy book to future generations. The Quran was compiled into a book in the time of the first caliph, Abu Bakr
The journey of the Quran, which began to be revealed to Prophet Muhammad during the month of Ramadan in 610, in its original form to the present day is a characteristic that none of the previous sacred books have.
The companions of Prophet Muhammad, who were great people, played an important role in the compilation of the Quran, leaving an interesting story behind.
During the 23 years of Muhammad's time as a prophet, the verses of the Quran were memorized as they were revealed, and about 42 scribes wrote the verses on different materials such as paper, cloth, bone fragments and leather.
In ancient times, literacy was a skill that few people had and Muhammad himself did not know how to read or write.
During the time of Caliph Abu Bakr, when 70 people who knew the Quran by heart (qari), were killed in the Battle of Yamama, Umar ibn al-Khattab became concerned and appealed to Abu Bakr in order to compile the Quran into a book.
Abu Bakr formed a delegation under the leadership of Zaid ibn Thabit, one of the leading scribes.
This delegation of 12 people, including famous figures such as Uthman ibn Affan, Ali ibn Abi Talib, Talha ibn Ubaydullah, Abdullah ibn Masood, Ubayy ibn Kab, Khalid ibn al-Walid, Hudhaifah and Saleem, came together in Umar's house and collected all the materials on which verses from the Quran were written.
In addition, the verses memorized by the companions were heard as well. Each of them was asked to show two witnesses for the verse they read.
Thus, all the verses of the Quran that describe the creation of the universe and people, judgment day, exemplary stories of the people who lived before and the beliefs, worship, morals and legal bases that believers should obey were collected together into a single-volume book. Each of the verses was taught by the archangel Gabriel and declared by Prophet Muhammad. The verse is the name given to each sentence of the Quran and the surah is the name given to each part of the holy book. There are 6,236 verses, 114 surahs and about 323,000 letters in the Quran.
Saeed ibn al-Aas, who was renowned for the beauty of his handwriting, wrote them down on gazelle skin. The writing used was the Arabic script of the time, which was already old and used commonly at that time in Hejaz.
The companions reached a consensus that this writing, which was used by Prophet Ismail in Hejaz, is the writing of Muslims.
The copy of the Quran was recited to the companions at a general meeting. There was no objection. So, a book called "mushaf" emerged, which means written verses.
A total of 33,000 companions agreed that every letter of the Quran was in the right place. Then this mushaf was sent to Umar ibn al-Khattab. After his death, this book passed on to Hazrat Hafsah, the daughter of Umar and a wife of Prophet Muhammad.
Dialect of Quraysh
A difference was observed in the recitation of the Quran in the Armenia battles between Muslims from Damascus and Iraq during the period of the third caliph, Uthman.
Hudhaifah, one of the companions, went before the caliph on his way back from an expedition and asked him to prevent this.
On the 25th year of the hijra (647), Uthman gathered a delegation attended by Abdullah ibn al-Zubair, Saeed ibn al-Aas and Abd al-Rahman ibn Harith under the leadership of Zaid ibn Thabit. All of them, except for Zaid, were from Quraysh. Uthman said that the dialect of Quraysh should be preferred if they were to fall into conflict with Zaid regarding the dialect, since Muhammad was from the Quraysh tribe. The Quran had been revealed in seven dialects of the Arabic language of the time.
The first Muslims who were literate could easily read the writing of their own language, but somewhat differently, since at the time the Arabic script did not have diacritical marks to differentiate letters or vowel symbols.
For example, those from the Tameem tribe pronounced the letter "sin" as "te" and read the word "nas" as "nat." It was diverse and convenient, and did not change the meaning.
The delegation brought the original mushaf from Hafsah. In this mushaf, the surahs were not separated from each other. The surahs were sorted according to the order of their descent in Ali's manuscript and according to their lengths in the manuscript of Abdullah ibn Masood.
Now the verses were written in the Quraysh dialect. The surahs were arranged in rows, separated from each other regarding their length and alignment with each other. The order of the surahs was not based on the order the archangel Gabriel gave them to Prophet Muhammad, but on the consensus of the companions.
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