URDU: رقص صوفیاء کی شرعی حیثیت،تفسیر الاکلیل کی روشنی میں

A Legal Description of Mystical Dance; In The Light Of Four Imams and Suyuti

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  • Muhammad Farooq University of Balochistan, Quetta
  • Prof. Dr. Abdul Ali Achakzai University of Balochistan, Quetta

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Keywords: Sufi Dance, Explanations of the Four Imams, Allama Suyuti, Al-Aklil Fi Istinbat Tanzeel, Styles of Compilation and deduction of Issues, Explanation of Verse of Surah Al-Kahf.

Abstract

The Sufi dance has been a battle of ideas, whose historical status cannot be denied, that is why many people have been commenting on Sufi dance in different ways. Even some Sufi masters and scholars have been trying to prove mystical dance with Qur'anic verses, considering it as a part of religion, a means of access to Allah. Their mystical interpretations are often beyond the comprehension of the common people. Therefore, other people begin it practically to consider misguidance as a religion. And some fanatics, under the guise of this, provide for themselves the fulfillment of desires and pave the way for all kinds of dances. This can be devastating to society and civilization. This article will examine the research and critique of Sufi dance. Initially it will be the explained and discussed under the light of the holy Quran and the Hadith. Secondly, the position of the four Imams regarding the Sufi dance will be discussed in the light of the Qur'an and Hadith. In addition, the introduction of Allama Suyuti, the methods of compilation and his interpretive style of reasoning will also be discussed.

Author Biographies

Muhammad Farooq, University of Balochistan, Quetta

Research Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies

Prof. Dr. Abdul Ali Achakzai, University of Balochistan, Quetta

Professor / Chairman

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Published

01.01.2022

How to Cite

Muhammad Farooq, & Prof. Dr. Abdul Ali Achakzai. (2022). URDU: رقص صوفیاء کی شرعی حیثیت،تفسیر الاکلیل کی روشنی میں: A Legal Description of Mystical Dance; In The Light Of Four Imams and Suyuti. Al-Dalili, 3(2), 84–93. Retrieved from http://aldalili.com/index.php/dalili/article/view/76

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