Hidayatul Quran

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Hidayatul Quran
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The first page of Hidayatul Quran
Original titleہدایت القرآن
GenreQuranic exegesis
PublisherMaktabatul Hijaz
Publication date
Media typeHard Cover

Hidāyat al-Qurān (Urdu: ہدایت القرآن, lit.'The guidance of the Qur'an') is a classical Sunni tafsir, composed first by Muhammad Usman Kashif Hashmi and then completed after his passing by Saeed Ahmad Palanpuri in 2016. Kashif Hashmi started this Urdu commentary and completed the Tafsir of Juz' 1–9 and 30. Due to some reasons, he could not complete it. Palanpuri completed this and also began to cover the parts authored by Hashmi. This was fully completed. The beauty of this tafsir is that it focuses on conveying the meaning of the text and the actual message of the Quran without branching off into related discussions. It was published in 8 volumes from Maktabatul Hijaz. Some students of Palanpuri translated the book into Bengali, which was published in 2021 from Maktabatul Medina.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Shahabuddin (2006). Beeswin Sadi Main Ulama e Jamia Azhar Misr or Ulama e Darul Uloom Deoband Ki Tafseeri Khidmaat Ka Taqabuli Mutalah (Thesis) (in Urdu). India: Department of Sunni Theology, Aligarh Muslim University. p. 133. hdl:10603/250326.
  2. ^ Ishtiaq Ahmed, Qasemi (2017). "New book : Hidayatul Quran". Monthly Darul Uloom. 101.
  3. ^ Rahman, Margybur. مفتی سعید احمد پالنپوری کی فقہی بصیرت [Jurisprudential Insights of Mufti Saeed Ahmad Palanpuri] (in Urdu). India: Jamiatul Qirat. p. 31.
  4. ^ Qasemi, Anis Ahmad. Tazkira-e Sayed (in Urdu). India: Darul Muallifin. p. 383.

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