Shaykha Noshin Gul was born in Birmingham, but currently resides in Dewsbury. After completing her undergraduate degree in Applied Chemistry and postgraduate studies in Material Engineering in 2005, she travelled to Syria in the pursuit of authentic traditional sacred knowledge. She spent two years in Damascus, studying Arabic at Abu Nur Institute, as well as Tajweed and other disciplines such as Theology, Jurisprudence, Hadith, Legal Theory and Hadith Principles with leading scholars of Syria.
She specialised in Quranic Phonology (Tajweed) and Recitation. As a result, she was awarded with a licence to teach (Ijazah) by one of the Seven Senior Reciters of Damascus, the late Shaykh Abul Hasan Al-Kurdi, as well as by the Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi. Further, she also studied this discipline under the late Shaykh Shukri Al-Luhafi.
Under Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi, she studied several texts including Al-Sha’rani’s spiritual treatise Etiquettes of Companionship (Adab Al-Suhba) and Al-Busiri’s Poem of the Mantle, (Qasida Al-Burda).
After her return to British shores, she was appointed Head of Primary Islamic Education at Al-Huda Zawiya, Dewsbury, assuming this role for 3 years. While leading several community projects, she also taught Tajweed to over a hundred female students across the country in Oldham, Manchester, Dewsbury, Bradford and Birmingham, as well as Huddersfield, Leeds and Bradford Universities. She co-founded Sacred Vows Introduction Service and ISNAD Institute where she is a lecturer.