তাফহীমুল কুরআন কুরআনের একটি অন্যতম জনপ্রিয় তাফসীর । এটি লিখেছেন প্রখ্যাত আলেমে দ্বীন আল্লামা সায়্যেদ আবুল আলা মওদূদী রঃ। তাফহীমূল কুরআনের ভাষা সরল ও পরিমার্জিত। বিস্তারিত পটভূমি সহ প্রতিটি সূরা আলোচনা করা হয়েছে তাতে নাজিলের সময়কালের বস্তবচিত্র সম্পর্কে ধারনা পাওয়া যায়।
পাঠকদের জন্য একটি অনবদ্য তাফসীরুল কুরআন হল তাফহীমুল কুরআন।
Tafhemul Quran is one of the best Quran Tafsir. It has been translated into almost all languages in the world.
Tafhim ul Quran is a 6-volume translation and commentary of the Quran by the Pakistani Islamist ideologue and activist Syed Abul Ala Maududi. Maududi began writing the book in 1942 and completed it in 1972.
The Tafhim is a combination of orthodox and modernist interpretation and has deeply influenced modern Islamic thought. It differs from traditional exegeses in several ways. It is more than a traditional commentary on the scripture as it contains discussions and debates regarding economics, sociology, history, and politics. In his text, Maududi highlights Quranic perspective and argues that Islam provides ample guidance in all spheres.
Maududi uses the standard technique of providing an explanation of the Qur’anic verses from the Sunnah of Muhammed, including the historical reasons behind the verses.
The Tafhim deals extensively with issues faced by the modern world in general and the Muslim community in particular.
Abul Ala Mawdudi (Urdu: ابو الاعلی مودودی, Abul Ala Mawdudi – alternative spellings of last name Maudoodi, Mawdudi; 25 September 1903 – 22 September 1979) was a colonial Indian and Pakistani Islamist, Muslim philosopher, jurist, historian, journalist, activist and scholar. Described by Wilfred Cantwell Smith as the most systematic thinker of modern Islam. His numerous works, which covered a range of disciplines such as Quranic exegesis, Hadith, law, philosophy and history were written in Urdu, but then translated into English, Arabic, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Burmese, Malayalam and many other languages. He sought to revive Islam, and to propagate what he understood to be true Islam. He believed that Islam was essential for politics, and that it was necessary to institute sharia and preserve Islamic culture similar to the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and abandon immorality, from what he viewed as the evils of secularism, nationalism and socialism, which he understood to be the influence of Western imperialism.
Furthermore, he was the founder of the Jamaat-e-Islami, the then largest Islamic organization in Asia.
তাফহীমুল কুরআন আন্ড্রয়েড অ্যাপ্স ডাউনলোড করুন