تفسیر القرآن از سر سید احمد خان کا تحقیقی و تنقیدی جائزہ
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|عنوان||تفسیر القرآن از سر سید احمد خان کا تحقیقی و تنقیدی جائزہ|
Tafsīr Al-Qur’an by Sir Syed Aḥmed Khān an Analytical & Critical Study
|یو آر آیل|
Tafsīr al-Qur’ān, Sir Syed Aḥmed Khān, Deviation, Western Thoughts, Mainstream Islamic Thought
|شکاگو 16||Ilyas، Muhammad۔ "تفسیر القرآن از سر سید احمد خان کا تحقیقی و تنقیدی جائزہ۔" البصیرۃ 4, شمارہ۔ 2 (2015)۔|
Sir Syed Aḥmed Khān belonged to a famous family of the subcontinent during the late Mughal and early British colonial period. He was famous for his close relations with the colonial government. He served many years in the judiciary. In recognition of his services, he was conferred upon with various titles such as Sir, The Imperial Advisor, etc. He is the founder of the educational campaign which was later known as the Aligarh movement. He was worried about the future of Muslims in India. This worry forced him to produce various literary and Islamic books to uplift the political, cultural, educational and social status of the Indian Muslims. One of his famous contribution to Islamic literature of Quranic exegeses is his Tafsīr al-Qur’ān. His tafsīr is influenced by western thoughts. He, instead of following the traditional methodology of Quranic exegeses, tried to understand the Quranic verses rationally. This led him to deviate from many established concepts of Islamic doctrines. He went against the Muslims’ affirmed beliefs in his exegesis. He mistrusted some of the basics of Islamic thoughts and tried his best to make new parameters of writing & reading of the Quranic exegesis on human logics. In addition, some of his views show certain relevance to the Mu'tazilites school of thought. The aim of this paper is to present an analytical and a critical evaluation of the exegetical opinions of Sir Syed Aḥmed Khān, particularly on the issues where he deviated from the mainstream Islamic thoughts in his exegesis, Tafsīr al-Qur’ān.