علماء اہلسنت(بریلوی) کی تفاسیر کا اسلوب بیان:ایک جائزہ

Al Tafseer

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Title علماء اہلسنت(بریلوی) کی تفاسیر کا اسلوب بیان:ایک جائزہ
 
Creator Shafiq, Muhammad Mudassir
Nadeem, Muhammad Abid
 
Description The Holy Quran is the first and very important source of Islamic Law. This book was revealed in Arabic language. When Islam spread over the Subcontinent with the passage of time then It was needed to translate this book in the regional languages for the better understanding of Allah's message. The people of this era could not understand the real teaching of Quran without its translation. The Ulema e Ahlesunat (Barelvi) school of thought took participation in the field of Tafseer to convey this holy message to the people of Subcontinent. The intellectual efforts of the scholars of the Ahlesunat (Barelvi) thoughts can be found in every field of Islamic teaching. These Ulema extended their contributions in Islamic teaching through illustration of the Quran. They wrote translations of the Quran in different ages and tried to solve the problems which were raised in this era about Islamic teaching. In this research article the authors analyzed the style of selected Mofasereen of the Ahlesunat( Barelvi's )school of thought
 
Publisher Tehqiq-o-Tafseer Welfare Association
 
Date 2020-03-11
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/129
 
Source Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal; Vol 35 (2020): Al Tafseer
1816-5389
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/129/117
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal
 

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