قاری رحیم بخش پانی پتی اورعلم القراءت:ایک تحقیقی جائزہ

  • Sikandar Hayat
  • Sardar Ahmed

Abstract

Almighty ALLAH to Facilitate (make ease) in recitation of Holy Quran granted a special ease to Muslims followers of Holy Prophet peace be upon Him] and permitted to pronounce wordings of Holy Quran in different manners and ways; since in the beginning people were not totally familiar with the context (milieu) of Holy Quran. Therefore people were allowed to recite Holy Quran in different manners and ways due to some people having insufficient knowledge and some better knowledge way to express, different tones, shortage of words, usage of words improperly, reciting in different situation, speaking names and action differently. Nevertheless, it was normal routine of Holy Prophet that every year in Holy month of Ramadan, the Holy Prophet used to recite the Holy Quran with Gibraeel Alayehis salaam; in the Year the Holy Prophet returned to Almighty Allah[The year of VISAL], in that year the Holy Prophet recited Holy Quran twice and this recitation is known as "ARDE AAKHIRA" and at this juncture many recitation WAYS of Holy Verses of Holy Quran were cancelled. Only those recitation of verses were kept which till today are saved and secured for recitation and being used in continuity to recite the Holy Quran. Recitation is such an art of usage of knowledge in which to recite Quranic verses in apt mood correctly and appropriate way and manner of conductive (NAQIL) ability with reference to recitation of Holy Quran. I have in this Article have tried my best to present in most expressive researched manner, Referential Explanation of Art of Recitation, Topic of Knowledge of Recitation and terminologies of Knowledge of Recitation and highlight the services of Qari Rahim Buksh in this regard.  

Published
2019-07-14
How to Cite
Hayat, S., & Ahmed, S. (2019). قاری رحیم بخش پانی پتی اورعلم القراءت:ایک تحقیقی جائزہ. Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal, 33(1). Retrieved from http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/78
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