برصغیر کے علماء کا قرآنیات میں حصہ (علامہ انور شاہ کشمیری کے افادات کا اختصاصی مطالعہ)
Contribution of Scholars of Subcontinent towards Qur’anic Studies (Special Study of Allama Anwar Shah Kashmiri’s Illuminations)
Anwar Shah Kashmiri (1875-1933) was one of the prominent scholars of the sub-continent who, although not primarily secondary, did a remarkable job in the study of the Qur’an and its sciences. Most of his work was on Hadith, but his work on the Qur’anic Verses those apparently hard to comprehend in “Mashiklat al-Qur’an”, is considered his main work on the Qur’an.
In his commentary on the primary sources of Hadiths, he unveiled various points and ideas on Qur’anic sciences. He took up the issues while explaining the Hadiths related to exegeses, the I’jaz al-Qur’an, Abrogation (Naskh) in the Qur’an, Qur’anic Oaths and their understanding, and the meanings of the Seven Letter (Sab’ah ahruf).
His other work on this subject lies in his book “Katam al-Nabiyyin”, in which his exegeses on a verse about the finality of the Prophet (PBUH) covers ninety-six (96) pages. His views in his book “Aqeedah al-Islam fi Hayat Isa (A.H.)” about the life of Jesus (A.H.) and Yajuj Majuj are also related to Quranic sciences and a piece of strong evidence of his interaction with a profound understanding of the Quranic Studies. This article discusses Allama’s Contribution to Quranic Sciences.
Quranic Studies, Sub-Continent, Muslim Scholars, Allama Anwar Shah