QURAN ENGLISH TRANSLATİON

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The Quran, a book which brings glad tidings to mankind along with divine admonition, stresses the importance of man’s discovery of truth on both spiritual and intellectual planes. Every book has its objective and the objective of the Quran is to make man aware of the Creation plan of God. That is, to tell man why God created this world; what the purpose is of settling man on earth; what is required from man in his pre-death life span, and what he is going to confront after death. The purpose of the Quran is to make man aware of this reality, thus serving to guide man on his entire journey through life into the after-life. The main themes of the Quran are enlightenment, closeness to God, peace and spirituality. The Quran uses several terms, tawassum, tadabbur, and tafakkur, which indicate the learning of lessons through reflection, thinking and contemplation on the signs of God scattered across the world. The present translation of the Quran and its explanatory notes are written keeping in mind these very themes. Koran, Qur'an, Coran, Kuran, Islam, Prophet Muhmmad

اردو ترجمه قرآن - Urdu Translation of the Quran (Goodword)

Author: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan (Translator)

Publisher: Goodword Books

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The Quran, a book which brings glad tidings to mankind along with divine admonition, stresses the importance of man’s discovery of truth on both spiritual and intellectual planes. Every book has its objective and the objective of the Quran is to make man aware of the Creation plan of God. That is, to tell man why God created this world; what the purpose is of settling man on earth; what is required from man in his pre-death life span, and what he is going to confront after death. The purpose of the Quran is to make man aware of this reality, thus serving to guide man on his entire journey through life into the after-life.

A Mighty Striving

Author: Muhammad Ahmad

Publisher: Ahmadiyya Anjuman Lahore Publications, U.K.

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This is a biography of Maulana Muhammad Ali (d. 1951), the world-famous author of several highly acclaimed books on Islam, including an English trans­lation of the Holy Quran with commentary. Besides being a history of his life and work, and the history of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, it also vividly portrays his burning desire to present to the modern and Western world the pristine Islam based directly on the Holy Quran and the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s teachings — a religion of peace, tolerance, reason and moderation, which seeks to win over people’s hearts and minds. The Mighty Striving with the Quran which the Maulana urged upon Muslims is the only way to restore the dignity of Islam in the light of the misunderstandings between Muslims and the West.

Muslim Identity, Print Culture, and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu

Author: J. B. Prashant More

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

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Category: Books and reading

Page: 329

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This work is an original attempt to study the influence of print technology on the Muslims of Tamil Nadu and their literature. It is based on the literary works published by the Tamil Muslims from 1835, when restrictions on printing were removed, to 1920 when they participated in the Khilafat movement. By extension, the study of this literature becomes a study of the origin, society, and identity of the Tamil Muslims.

Linguistic Foundations of Identity

Readings in Language, Literature and Contemporary Cultures

Author: Om Prakash

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 372

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The collection of chapters in this book brings together researchers working in paradoxes and complexities of cultural identities through uses of language and literature from varied perspectives. This volume is an important step towards achieving the goal of reaching out to many who have been looking at the complexities of identity formation from linguistic, cultural, social and political perspectives. Please note: This title is co-published with Aakar Books, New Delhi. Taylor & Francis does not sell or distribute the Hardback in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives and Sri Lanka.

The Qurān

Arabic Text with Urdu Translation

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The True Succession

Founding of the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement

Author: Zahid Aziz

Publisher: A.A.I.I.L. (U.K.)

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Category: Religion

Page: 150

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This book has been published at the centenary of the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Isha‘at Islam, or Ahmadiyya Association for the Propagation of Islam, known also as the Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement, which was founded at Lahore in May 1914. It is the result of new research and brings to light some forgotten and buried material. It shows that the Lahore Ahmadiyya is a direct continuation of the Ahmadiyya Movement as founded by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (d. 1908) and as led afterwards by his successor Hazrat Maulana Nur-ud-Din (d. 1914). It seeks to preserve the beliefs, mission and goals of this Movement as set down by these two guiding lights.

The Qur'an in South Asia

Hermeneutics, Qur'an Projects, and Imaginings of Islamic Tradition in British India

Author: Kamran Bashir

Publisher: Routledge

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The book investigates modern Qur’an commentaries in South Asia and engages with how Muslim scholars have imagined and assessed their past intellectual heritage. The research is focused on British India from the time of the Mutiny of 1857 to the moment of the Partition of united India in 1947. Offering critical scrutiny of Muslim exegesis of the Qur’an in North India, the study especially focuses on the Qur’anic thought of Sayyid Ahmed Khan (d. 1989), Ashraf Ali Thanawi (d. 1943), and Hamid al-Din Farahi (d. 1930). The volume challenges widespread assumptions of an all-pervasive reform and revivalism underlying the academic study of Islam. Instead of looking for Muslim revivalism and reform as epistemological foundations, it stresses the study of modern Qur’an commentaries, in particular local and cosmopolitan contexts. Departing from the oft-repeated explanations of Muslim scholarship and modern Islam through the lens of traditionalism and modernism, it discovers how Muslim scholars viewed themselves in relation to the Islamic tradition, and how they imagined and assessed their past intellectual heritage. Studying the history of the interpretation of the Qur’an in the multiple contexts of nineteenth and early twentieth-century British India, the book will be of interest to readers of Qur’anic studies, modern Islam and South Asian studies.