Knowing The Quran
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The Qur’ān is Allah’s last revelation to mankind; the fruit of all His guidance He has revealed since the beginning of creation. It was revealed to His last and greatest Prophet, Muhammad, through the archangel Gabriel, over a 23-year period. With just over 77,000 words, it is not just a literary masterpiece but a miracle, such that it challenges anyone to imitate it. Indeed, the greatest Arab orators and linguists were left dumbstruck by its composition and comprehensiveness. Despite its brevity, it is a treasure chest of unending wisdom and meanings, whilst its conciseness rejuvenates the reader.
Throughout the centuries, scholars in the art of tafseer (commentary and exegesis) have, in light of the prevailing times, endeavoured to explain the depth and breadth of the Quran’s eloquent message
Knowing the Quran is a unique work that brings together key classical and contemporary commentaries to reveal the Quran’s eternal message, including:
The Companion Abdullah ibn Abbaas
Imam Raazi’s Tafseer Kabeer,
Tafseer Ibn Katheer,
Tafseer Ruh il Biyaan
Tafseer Dhiyaa ul Quran,
Tafseer Nur ul Irfaan,
Tafseer Tibyaan ul Quran and
This work has been compiled and written in an accessible manner and is a must for anyone interested in the Qur’ān, Muslim and non-Muslim, of all ages. This first volume focuses on the last 12 short chapters of the Qur’ān which most Muslims have memorised to heart and recite daily inside and outside their prayers.
184 pages, paperback
Naveed Hussain (verified owner) –
its nice to see a collection of all the commentaries moulded into one book. very good for imams to inform their listeners who do not speak native asian languages about the Quran especially in these times when the masaajids have more of an ‘international’ crowd rather than specific communities. it can be used as a quick reference guide for those who are well learned in all the commentaries too ie the ulema of ahle sunnah wal jamaa’. I got this book because of seeing tafseer ashrafi mentioned and having read a few pages of the book i have to say im very impressed with the work done. i hope a full Quran tafseer like this book is in the works. would be great for all dars e nizami students, existing scholars and mudarisseen alike.
Just a quick note though, tafseer ashrafi was started by Syed Muhaamid, Muhaddith e Azam e Hind, Rahimahullahu and not Muhammed as the book mentions, could be typo or genuine error.
Jazakallah for your kind and positive words. Please promote this good work as far as you can and let us have your future feedback as you read through the rest of the book.
We aim to continue with this project. We are working on the remainder of the 30th juz
We will check the issue you raise. It could be a diacritical anamoly
a great book