URDU 2 A STUDY OF THE REASONS FOR CORRELATION AMONG THE VERSES AND SURAS OF THE HOLY QURAN

آیات اورسورتوں کے درمیان مناسبات کے وجوہ کاتحقیقی جائزہ

Authors

  • Akbar Ali PhD Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Malakand
  • Jans Khan Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Malakand
  • Ata-ur- Rahman Professor, Chairman, Department of Islamic Studies, University of Malakand

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47720/hi.2021.0503u02

Keywords:

Prophethood, verses, suras, correlation, exegesis

Abstract

The Holy Quran is one of the Prove of the Prophethood of the Muhammad S(SAW). It is the greatest miracle of the Holy Prophet (SAW) and as a challenge to the human beings and jins, no one could bring an example like this. One part of this miracle of the Holy Quran is its correlation among the verses and suras. Islamic scholars like; Imame Razi, Allama Zarakshi, Imame Buqa’I, Imame Syuti, Allama Anwar Shah Kashmiri and others say that The Holy Quran is correlated from start to end and it is the prove that it is the word of Allah. In the lexical meaning “correlation” means “being alike” or “to bring into order” while idiomatically it discusses the correlationship among some parts of the Holy Quran with other and its hidden relation. All the verses of the Holy Quran are correlated in one way or the other. This correlation is sometimes very clear but sometimes it is vague. Some of these hidden correlation are named sometimes but many times it cannot be named but they can be understood by having a natural ability and vast study of the Holy Quran. This research article discusses these correlations which can be discussed and named and many of the scholars (specially the exegesits) have discussed in their books which are pointed to here.

          

Published

2021-09-07

How to Cite

Ali, A., Khan, J., & Rahman, A.- ur-. (2021). URDU 2 A STUDY OF THE REASONS FOR CORRELATION AMONG THE VERSES AND SURAS OF THE HOLY QURAN: آیات اورسورتوں کے درمیان مناسبات کے وجوہ کاتحقیقی جائزہ. Habibia Islamicus (The International Journal of Arabic and Islamic Research), 5(3), 19-32. https://doi.org/10.47720/hi.2021.0503u02