Unfortunately, the majority of us do not have any relationship with the Qur’an. Since we are in Ramadhan, the blessed month of the Qur’an, and the devils have been chained up, now is the opportunity to change this sad state of affairs. There is no maximum recommended amount to read daily – in Ramadhan or outside of Ramadhan.
But for this blessed month, let’s strive to get closer to the best book.
For those who are already in the habit of reading the Qur’an every Ramadhan, try and make sure to complete the entire Qur’an, if you have not been doing so in the past. Also, take this as an opportunity to get into the habit of reading the Qur’an daily even when Ramadhan is over.
If you have not been reading the Qur’an during Ramadhan in the past, then decide how much time you can prioritise reading the Qur’an daily. Don’t push yourself to do too much, otherwise, you’ll end up right back where you started: not reading the Qur’an at all.
Also remember, “The most beloved deeds to Allah are those done regularly, even if they are small.” (Bukhari)
Therefore, make a Ramadhan schedule that you can and will stick to.