Besides the multiple blessings and benefits of reading the Qur’an, learning its language, studying its tafseer (exegesis), reciting and memorizing it, your connection with the Qur’an at that very time, Fajr, has much more to do with you and your entire life than one cannot imagine or think.
Reading and reciting the Qur’an at Fajr is very different, bringing so much barakah (blessing) to the Muslim’s life. God says:
Establish worship at the going down of the sun until the dark of night, and (the recital of) the Qur’an at dawn. Lo! (the recital of) the Qur’an at dawn is ever witnessed. (Al-Israa’ 17:78)
But how is the Qur’an at Fajr witnessed and by whom? What impact could it have on our lives and how could we get benefit from that?
Brother Nou`man Ali Khan explains in this video.