During the holy month of Ramadan, one of the elements of behavior for Muslims around the world is the recitation of the Holy Quran.
A rewarding act, but not obligatory, is a recitation of the entire Quran during Ramadan. Reading the Quran in Ramadan is a source of blessing for all believers. One way to do this is the Tarawih prayers, which are offered in addition to the obligatory night prayer. Some Muslims perform such a task by completing one Juz’ (one of thirty parts into which the Quran is divided) every day for 30 days of the holy month.
Special importance is attached to the reading of the Koran in Ramadan because this guide to the life of all Muslims was revealed to the Prophet (PBUH) at that particular time. And it does not really matter how well a believer reads, it is important that he makes sincere efforts to learn how to behave and what actions and thoughts to encourage in yourself and others, and from which to get rid according to the commandments of Allah, and strive to be imbued with the spirit of the sacred text.
O Allah, on this day, make me, among those who rely on You, from those who You consider successful, and place me among those who are near to you, by Your favor, O goal of the seekers.