حاشیۃ ُالجمل اورحاشیۃ ُالصاوی کی روشنی میں قراءاتِ عشرہ متواترہ کےتفسیری اثرات (تقابلی جائزہ)
Exegative Effects of Qira't Ashrah Mutwatarah in the light of Al-Jumal and Al-Sawi Footnotes (Comparative Review)
It is a well-known fact that Islamic Studies is like a fruit tree, and it is obvious that no tree grows without branches and efforts. There are many branches of Islamic Studies that look like branches and happiness to us. The sciences of the Qurān completed until then unless the differences between the recitations of the Qurān and its various causes and interpretive effects are explained. The meanings of many commentators and recitations have been explained by readers based on their breadth of knowledge. Allāma Sulemān bin Umar al Jamal(1204 Hijri) and Allama Ahmad bin Muhammad al Ṣāwī(1241 Hijri) are also among these commentators. They discussed the different readings in their Footnotes and pays close interpretive effects. After describing the living conditions of al-Jamal and al-Ṣāwī, their style of narration has also been described as required. Three verses of the Holy Qurān are mentioned in the footnotes: verse No.85 from Sūrah al-Baqara, verse number 01 from Al-Nisā and verse number 07 from Sūrah Banī Israīl have been selected. After a comparative study of these verses, it is divided into three stages: Qurrā recitation in the first stage, Meaning of Qirā’t in the second stage and in the third stage, the interpretive effects of the readings have been explained in simple but comprehensive words. It should be noted that at the end of each verse, the summary of the commentary effects was also stated in a comprehensive manner, So that the readers do not have any difficulty in understanding and reading the conceptual demands.