Tafsir-ul-Quran - Tafsir al-MajideeSold Out
In addition to presenting a truly faithful and idiomatic English translation that retains almost all the original Arabic syntax and word order in its translation of the Quranic text, Daryabadi's work represents as an admirable venture into comparative religion. Based on a thoroughly critical study of the Bible in particular, as also other major world faiths, anthropology and history in general, Daryabadi cogently demonstrates how the Quran stands out above other Scriptures which have been tampered with with down the ages.
Another valuable element of the work is the elucidation of Islam which it provides-its life-giving articles of faith, its life-sustaining teachings and its life-enriching worldview in a manner best suited for the English speaking reading public.
The exegesis by Daryabadi throws ample light on all those peoples who have been mentioned in the Quran along with their geographical locations and the eras in which they flourished. One can find all the necessary details about the earlier prophets who find a mention in the Quran since it provides answers to such questions as what was the time of their advent, were the peoples to whom they disseminated the message vouchsafed to them who were the Adites and Thamudites and the people of Prophet Salih, where those people lived, where were Babil and Madyan located and similar other questions that arise in mind while reading the Quraan.
The exegesis also demonstrates in the light of human experience and researches made in the field of anthropology and sociology the superiority Islamic social order and its legislations pertaining to marriage, divorce, inheritance etc., over all other social laws and systems. It shows how the Islamic injunctions represent the most refined and elaborate system of social existence known to the civilized world.