Quran is not an ordinary book; it is the word of Allah Almighty carrying all the solutions to our problems. Allah Almighty has conveyed is a clear and detailed message to the Muslims in the Holy Quran. We have to be very formal while reading the holy Quran; in other words, we have to follow certain rules while reading the holy Quran. For example, we have to purify our body and dress before reading the Quran. Ablution is performed before touching Quran. The Quran is read with Tajweed (the basic rules on how to recite Quranic Arabic). We need to know how to read Quran correctly. Not only do we recite Quran but also we need to deeply ponder upon the Ayah (holy verses) of Quran to derive the essence of the message Allah has given in it. We have to seek guidance from the life of the Prophet (SAW) to understand the holy verses of the Quran.
Again, it is emphasized that the Quran is not an ordinary book; it is the word of Allah Almighty that has to be read with great care. We have to follow certain manners while reading the Quran for instance we need to perform ablution before reading the Quran. We also need to choose the place where we think we remain peaceful while reading Quran. We should spare time to read the Quran, setting aside the worldly affair. Quran should not be read in haste. It is commonly said that the time between Fajar and sunrise is Mukrooh (unsuitable) for reading the Quran. During this time, you cannot perform Sajjda if you read ayah (verses) of Sajjda.