Tafseer Ul Quran


Learning of Tafseer is very necessary without Tafseer As you do not know the meaning of the words and don’t understand it. As we all know that the Holy Quran was revealed on Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). And Holy Quran tells us the complete way to spend life which is recommended by Allah. Allah how created this universe and other things, only he is the master of the whole universe.

That’s why we should only follow the way Allah Almighty himself recommended to us. But the question is: what is the recommended way to follow, what he wants from us, how do we know? And the answer is Learn Tafseer ul Quran.


We will teach students details of all Ayaats with reference to other Ayaats and Hadith. The Holy Quran is the last Holy book out of four. The Holy Quran is not like other holy books, Torah, Zabur, and Bible. Other Holy books were revealed at once but the Holy Quran was revealed in parts, so people can easily understand it in a better way. But Ayaats in the Holy Quran are interlinked with each other. That’s why you need an Alim to teach you the Tafseer ul Quran.


So if you have a desire to learn the Tafseer ul Quran we recommend you first learn the reciting of the Quran. But if you are going to learn the Tafseer ul Quran then it is not required that you also learn the Holy Quran Translation or memorize the Holy Quran before you start this program.

But if you have learned translation or memorization of the Holy Quran so that’s good. Same for hadith if you have learned some hadiths it’s good but if not that’s no problem you can still learn Tafsir ul Quran.

Quranic Sciences

1. Asbab al-Nuzul (Causes of Revelation):

  • Definition: Asbab al-Nuzul refers to the historical context or circumstances that led to the revelation of specific Quranic verses.
  • Importance: Understanding the reasons behind the revelation helps in interpreting the verses correctly and applying them contextually.
  • Example: The revelation of certain verses during times of conflict, revelation in response to specific events, or in answer to questions posed by the companions.

2. Ilm al-Tajwid (Science of Pronunciation):

  • Definition: Ilm al-Tajwid is the science of proper pronunciation and recitation of the Quran, ensuring accurate articulation of each letter and observing the rules of recitation.
  • Importance: Tajwid is crucial for maintaining the integrity and beauty of the Quranic text. It helps prevent mispronunciations that might alter the meanings.
  • Rules: Ilm al-Tajwid includes rules related to characteristics of letters, points of articulation, elongation (Madd), pausing (Waqf), and more.

3. Historical Context of Revelation:

  • Definition: Understanding the historical context involves studying the social, political, and cultural milieu in which the Quran was revealed.
  • Importance: Historical context provides insights into the circumstances that influenced the revelation, clarifying the intended meanings and lessons.
  • Example: The historical context helps explain verses revealed during times of persecution, war, or when addressing specific challenges faced by the early Muslim community.

Additional Quranic Sciences:

4. Ilm al-Balaghah (Science of Eloquence):

  • Definition: Ilm al-Balaghah focuses on the eloquence and rhetoric of the Quranic language, exploring its linguistic and literary features.
  • Importance: Understanding Balaghah enhances appreciation for the Quran’s unmatched literary style and linguistic excellence.

5. Ilm al-Ma’ani (Science of Semantics):

  • Definition: Ilm al-Ma’ani deals with the meanings and interpretations of Quranic words and expressions.
  • Importance: This science helps uncover the depth and richness of meanings embedded in Quranic language.

6. Ilm al-Nasikh wal-Mansukh (Abrogation):

  • Definition: This science deals with abrogation – instances where later revelations modify or replace earlier ones.
  • Importance: Understanding abrogation is crucial for harmonizing seemingly conflicting verses and determining the applicability of certain legal rulings.

7. Ilm al-Hadith (Science of Hadith):

  • Definition: While not specific to the Quran, Ilm al-Hadith involves the study of the sayings, actions, and approvals of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) that provide context to Quranic verses.
  • Importance: Hadiths offer valuable insights into the practical application of Quranic teachings.

8. Ilm at-Tafsir (Science of Exegesis):

  • Definition: Ilm at-Tafsir involves the study of exegesis, which includes explanations, interpretations, and commentary on the Quranic verses.
  • Importance: Tafsir elucidates the meanings of the Quran, providing insights into the linguistic, legal, and spiritual aspects of the verses.
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