Welcome to the website dedicated to the landmark ‘knowing the Qur’ān' project. This project aims to present in English a consolidation of classic and contemporary commentaries of the Qur’ān in an easy to read and eloquent manner. Here you will not only be able to preview and buy the published volumes but also keep up to date with the progress of the next volume, aswell as see exclusive previews to whet your appetite. The website will also allow you to leave your views and interact with the author and publishers.

Taking into account the wide-ranging needs of the readers this website will also let you purchase other quality publications on important Islamic topics, so make sure to visit the bookshop too whilst you are here!


To reveal and describe the depth and breadth of the message and meanings of the eloquent Quran, scholars in the art of tafseer (commentary and exegesis) have, in light of the prevailing times, commentated and explained the meanings of the Quran throughout the centuries.
Knowing The Qur’ān is a landmark work that brings together key classical and contemporary commentaries to reveal the Qur’ān’s eternal message, namely:
  • The Companion Abdullah ibn Abbās
  • Imam Rāzi’s Tafseer Kabeer
  • Tafseer Qurtubi
  • Tafseer Ibn Katheer
  • Tafseer Jalālayn
  • Tafseer Ruh al Bayān
  • Tafseer Mazhari
  • Tafseer Dhiyā ul Qur’ān
  • Tafseer Nur ul Irfān
  • Tafseer Tibyān ul Qur’ān
  • Tafseer Ashrafi

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