Say, 'If every ocean becomes ink for the words of my Lord, surely, the ocean would be exhausted before the words of my Lord were exhausted, even though We brought the like thereof as further help.' (The Holy Quran 18:110)
$50.00This five volume commentary of the Holy Quran is an English translation of the commentary on the Holy Quran by the Second Khalifa-tul Messih, Hadrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad (ra).
His published work on the Holy Quran comprises a ten volume commentary in Urdu (Tafseer-e-kabir) covering the following Surahs.
Al-Fatihah and Al-Baqarah
Younus to Al-Ankabat
Al-Naba to Al-Nas
The present English commentary is based on that commentary. As far as the remaining Surahs are concerned , that is chapters:
Al-Imran to Al-Taubah
Al-Ahqaf to Al-Mursalat
The compiling Editors have made use of the extensive notes prepared by the late Hazrat Khalifatul Masih II in preparing a detailed and comprehensive commentary which he was unfortunately unable to complete in his life time. The commentary of such chapters is nonetheless based on his own deliberations.
This commentary is a unique master piece. It is an excellent exegesis on the true meaning of the Holy Quran. Although no commentary can ever claim to encompass the final interpretation of the Holy Quran, the manner in which this rich treasure has been prised open by an author who had deep insight into the meaning of the Holy Quran , has certainly set the standard by which all future commentaries ought to be judged.
An Index of subjects has also been added. Meaning of Arabic words are given before the commentary. Learn More
$100.0010 Volume Commentary on Holy Quran by Hadrat Musleh Moud Khalifatul Messih the 2nd in Urdu
One of the extraordinary signs given to the Promised Messiah was the glad tidings of the birth of a son who will be "filled with extraordinary material and spiritual knowledge".
This Urdu commentary of the Holy Quran is a living proof of that prophecy. Hadrat Musleh Moud(ra) wrote about this commentary "A vast majority of the subject matter of this commentary are not the result of my personal effort but has been gifted to me by Allah Almighty". That is the reason that reading this commentary sparks a special love for Allah and His book and Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him)
Unfortunately he was not able to completely finish this massive work in his life time. Commentary on the following Surahs is missing.
From Surah Al-e-Imran to Surah Al-Taubah
From Surah Al-Ahqaf to Surah Al-Mursalat
First time this commentary was published in book form in 1940. From then on different parts was published as they became available. This edition which has 10 volumes was published in 2000 in Qadian under the auspices of Hadrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad Khalifatul Messih the 4th. Learn More