ARABIC: حركة التفسير في شبه القارة الهندية

Interprétation movement in the Indo-Pak Subcontinent

Authors

  • Dr. Najma Bano G C. Women University Faisalabad, Pakistan
  • Dr. Saeeda Bano G C. Women University Faisalabad, Pakistan

Keywords:

Subcontinent. Conquerors, History, scholars, contribution

Abstract

Arabic language was introduced by the conquerors and Arab merchants who spread Islam and its teachings in Subcontinent. Muhammad bin Qasim laid down the foundation of the Muslim Empire in Pak o Hind by conquering Sind in 712 A.D. Since then, Arabic being the religious language became very popular among the Muslim rulers and their subjects. This region had produced and still producing well known scholars of Islamic studies and experts of Qur’an and Hadith and had contributed a lot in preserving and promoting Islamic culture and civilization in the region. It had not only produced dominant scholars in different fields of Arab history and Islamic studies but also in Arabic language, and literature who had immensely enriched the Arabic literature in both forms of prose and poetry. In this article the contributions of scholars are presenting who served in the field of Quran, its interpretation and its sciences Contributions of scholars of the subcontinent in the interpretation of Al Quran.

Author Biographies

Dr. Najma Bano , G C. Women University Faisalabad, Pakistan

Chairperson, Department of Arabic

Dr. Saeeda Bano, G C. Women University Faisalabad, Pakistan

Assistant Professor

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Published

19.02.2022

How to Cite

Dr. Najma Bano, & Dr. Saeeda Bano. (2022). ARABIC: حركة التفسير في شبه القارة الهندية: Interprétation movement in the Indo-Pak Subcontinent. Al-Dalili, 3(2), 19–34. Retrieved from http://aldalili.com/index.php/dalili/article/view/83

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