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TRANSLATION OF QURAN
BY DR. QAMAR ZAMAN
Translation Status
آیات
سورۃ
نمبر
1-7 الفَاتِحَة -1
1-286 البَقَرَة -2
1-200 آل عِمرَان -3
1-176 النِّسَاء -4
1-120 المَائدة -5
1-165 الاٴنعَام -6
1-206 الاٴعرَاف -7
1-75 الاٴنفَال -8
1-129 التّوبَة -9
1-109 یُونس -10
1-123 هُود -11
1-111 یُوسُف -12
1-43 الرّعد -13
1-52 إبراهیم -14
1-99 الحِجر -15
1-128 النّحل -16
1-111 بنیٓ اسرآئیل / الإسرَاء -17
1-110 الکهف -18
1-98 مَریَم -19
1-135 طٰه -20
1-112 الاٴنبیَاء -21
1-78 الحَجّ -22
1-118 المؤمنون -23
1-64 النُّور -24
1-77 الفُرقان -25
1-227 الشُّعَرَاء -26
1-93 النَّمل -27
1-88 القَصَص -28
1-69 العَنکبوت -29
1-60 الرُّوم -30
1-34 لقمَان -31
1-30 السَّجدَة -32
1-73 الاٴحزَاب -33
1-54 سَبَإ -34
1-45 فَاطِر -35
1-83 یسٓ -36
1-182 الصَّافات -37
1-88 صٓ -38
1-75 الزُّمَر -39
1-85 المؤمن / غَافر -40
1-54 حٰمٓ السجدة / فُصّلَت -41
1-54 القَمَر -54
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HAQIQAT E MOJZAT (PART 1)
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Add Your Comments  Question by: SALEEM On 05 January 2010
Comments by: Adnan On 06 January 2010
Mohtaram Saleem Sahib,  
 
Book "HAQIQAT E MOJZAT (PART 1)" and some other missing books will be available next week. InshahAllah. Sorry for inconvinence.

Comments by: abdullahbashoeb On 11 January 2010
Salam,  
 
I am eagerly awaiting these books to read, and I think it is already a week but i don't see any opening for these books, let me tell the people in this forum Br Dr, Qamar have written most outstanding books ever produced. this is what I call evolution in writings.  
 
Ma Salama.  

Comments by: Adnan On 23 January 2010
Now this book is available for download as PDF format.  
 
Download Link is: http://www.aastana.com/URDU/introduction.asp?t=B&id=35  
 
Thanks

Comments by: saleem On 23 January 2010Report Abuse
Thanks for the link but another important question of mine remains unanswered.I repeat the question once again: " When we talk about religions other than Islam we use our reasoning faculty to its hilt but shy away in applying the same intelligence tool when it comes to testing the veracity of our religion viz., wahi, prophethood etc ."

Comments by: aurangzaib On 25 January 2010Report Abuse
Dear brother Saleem,  
 
Peace and blessings.  
My opinion here is that if your question could be more specific, pointing out the actual weakness of clarification on a certain topic which you have encountered, it would be easier to offer counter opinions or satisfactory answers by participants.  
Thank you.  

Comments by: Dr. Qamar Zaman On 06 February 2010
Dear Saleem bhai may God bless you,  
 
Yes you are right, we use all reasoning when we are commenting on others, and we forget when we ar doing the same. But I don't think its the case with me. I have negated so many things of my own religion on simple reasoning basis. Sometimes one needs time to gather arguments so that answer can not be refuted as far as possible.  
 
To answer WAHI and allied questions is the most difficult thing to write perticularly in English, while discussing one has the advantage of explaining the same querry in many ways according to the listener's mental and educational capabilities. But while writing you have to keep in considerations the mind set of the readers, with whom you have no interaction. I was planning to write in detail about Wahi hence I was delaying the answer with the hope that someone will answer the question and share my responsibility. AASTANA.COM does not blong to me or my coworkers, its your website and anybody can share his research and knowledge with us. At the moment I am busy writing concept of State Governance and Profit in Quran. However I will try to explain WAHI in brief.  
 
There are different levels of consciousness. I am writing with my clear mind it is the conscious level. If i am hit and I lose my consciousness I become unconscious. I recall some incidences consciously it is memory. But if I respond reflexly to a similar event wich has happened in my life before without recalling my memory , it is from my subconcious level.  
 
It has three stages.  
1. You are not sleeping and doing things without recalling your memory it is areflex action.  
2. You are sleeping and you see yourself doing things it is dream  
3. You are neither sleeping nor doing things reflexly but you are interpreting your experiences, knowledge, observations and actions of  
your past and of others and you are visualising the laws of nature then you are a genius and you can predict the fate of a nation. You can warn a nation against the disaster they are heading to or you can predict their bright and prosperous future.  
This faculty to learn from the nature is, when nature comes so close to a human being that all hidden secrets start opening up.The person and nature becomes like two bows together (Sura 53 Verse 9).  
 
At this stage Nature starts revealing himself and THIS IS WAHI.  

Comments by: saleem On 08 February 2010Report Abuse
Dr.Qamar Saab,  
Peace and Blessings be upon you!  
Before thanking I really marvel at your reply which I am quite convinced. But this leads on to another question. Has the nature stopped itself from revealing to its seekers now. What does the verse no.33:40 mean.  

Comments by: saleem On 08 February 2010Report Abuse
Aurangzaib saheb salaams!  
 
My question was not at all based on any of Dr.Qamar articles or books. In fact I am thankful to dr. saab for being instrumental in removing the shackles and fetters from my thinking (Aglaal and Tauq). His writings have given me the guts to question, the way I am questioning......... some really bold questions.  
 
Yes the reason for including this question under this section was bcoz Quran is considered a maujizat.  

Comments by: Maniza On 12 February 2010
Salamz dear saleem bhai,  
i know you want dr.Q to answer you, but i cannot ressist by adding some points for you to pondor on:)  
1. wahi means communication too from a) your Lord and also b.) shaytan.  
 
2. wahi comes from behind a curtain also. meaning while you are awake. sudden impulse or called sixth sence. or thought.  
 
3. wahi can come in a dream.  
 
wahi came to a bee ( in the Quran) from Lord Al-Mighty, to Marayam (from Lord Al-Mighty) wahi comes to the Prophets in form of Jibrael,, Rooh Al.Qudus a force from Lord Al-Mighty.  
if you have a good quran search tool you can put in the word "wahi" or in english "revelation" so you will get many ayahs where this word can be found.. here is one i use often but u needed to think over the translations..http://en.quran.nu/  
just put a word in the search window and you will find every word where it comes in the Quran.. plz dont take the Mullahs explination in brackets..  
It is a great gift from Allah swt that He explains the Quran to those whose hearts are now clean.. clean from the dirt of other muzhabs which are man created towards the word of Lord Al-Mighty

Comments by: aurangzaib On 15 February 2010Report Abuse
 
Dear brother Saleem,  
 
Much appreciate your intelligent and bold questions and assure you that this blog is actually opened for probing minds like yours. Nothing pleases me more than a free and frank investigation in the quest of truth, knowledge and wisdom.  
 
Brother Dr. Qamar’s answer was based on LOGIC and REASON. Of course, was convincing too. However, the touch of divinity, so essential for a descended discipline of life, was obviously invisible. This approach can be summarized as pragmatic rationalism of modernity and be categorized as “logos” instead of “mythos”, if we use the vocabulary of the famous Karen Armstrong. However, REASON and logic are good and adequate if you want to know about phenomenal world. But they are utterly incapable if you want to know anything about consciousness and about the Transcendence and their modes of working.  
 
Allah’s Deen is first converted into ‘Religion’ and then religion essentially transforms it into mythology. Mythology is widely rejected in this modern rational world, and in this process, Deen, instead of being interpreted logically afresh, is also automatically done away with, being regarded as entirely embodied in mythology. And that brings us towards a cruel, scientific, rational and empirical brave new world of “logos” where most of the times, God, messengers, divine guidance as well as pain, grief and sufferings do not have an existence. Or are regarded as mere fantasy or myth. I, for one, cannot live without feeling a divine touch or guidance around me and without cultivating an internalized spirituality.  
 
Wahi and Prophethood, were the questions raised by you. Dr. Sahib clarified so beautifully the mystery of WAHI by linking it with the nature’s revelation. I would rather go towards the divine book - Quran - and see what it says about Wahi. Ayat 17/85 deals with it and clearly says : “They ask you about Rooh (the word Rooh is always used for Wahi in Quran). Tell them that Wahi is from God’s “Amar” (simply meaning commands/orders from God) and you are given but very little knowledge about (the nature of) it.”  
The nature of Wahi and Prophethood both is something very private between God and his Messengers and we mortals have not been given the faculty to understand it. We are required to understand and follow the message enshrined in it, rather than wonder about how the Wahi used to descend and how the prophets received it.  
As for the Prophethood, the problem of the prophet-hood is the question of means, sources and ends of divine knowledge. The reality of a prophetic experience probably borders with his genuine oneness with the Supreme Reality. Here again we can only speculate. We do not stand at that padestal of wisdom where divine secrets unfold their mysteries before us. The history however tells us that all the prophets were nominated to defy the worldly gods and had a mandate to establish kingdoms of God on earth in order to alleviate sufferings of human beings. To carry out that great task, they were armed with divine guidance, often in the form of scriptures.  
 
And this is just how I look at these topics.  
God bless you.  

Comments by: aurangzaib On 15 February 2010Report Abuse
In continuation of the above, your latest question "Has the nature stopped from revealing itself to the seekers" is very important. I think, its reply would go a long way to prove the divine element with regard to Wahi - It should not simply be the 'nature' revealing itself.  
The meaning of 33/40, as referred by you, goes in favor of my explanation. We must see what other participants would comment on it.  
 
Peace and blessings.

Comments by: Adnan Khan On 22 February 2010Report Abuse
Dear Sir, kindly let me know about the "Hazrat Essa A.S." when he was in the belly of Fish and he recited "La ila ha ill lal lah anta subhanaka in kuntum minazzalemeen" is the elucidated in QURAN?

Comments by: aurangzaib On 23 February 2010Report Abuse
Dear brother Adnan Khan,  
 
There seems to be some misunderstanding on your part. Hazrat Essa and the story of "the belly of Fish" are not related with each other. The story of Fish relates with Hazrat Younis A.S. and it was Hazrat Younis who recited the verse you have quoted.  
However, the story as it has reached us is only a phantasy or myth. According to Quran, Hazrat Younis was not devoured by a fish and did not stay in its belly. The relevant verses only say : "Had he not known how to swim, he would have landed in the belly of some fish". From this verse, the enemies of Islam, fabricated a story in order to fulfil their mission of distorting the original meanings of Quran.  
God bless you.

Comments by: dawood On 10 March 2010Report Abuse
Brothers and Sisters at Aastana, SA:  
 
Pages 24-32 are missing from the pdf you posted. Please post those pages as well. Thanks a lot. May Allah SWT reward you all for your work.

Comments by: moazzam On 05 May 2010
Dr. Qamar sahab regards,the book "haqeeqat e mojzat(p-1) is unique to open the eyes of "talib e haq".Thanks to enlighten the whole muslim "Ummah" at this crucial issue.Also ur answer to Saleem bhai regarding wahi & revealing of Wahi is comprehensively rational and to the point.As for as i under stand this issue,the concieving of ideas(for the betterment of mankind)in the thinker's mind using laws of nature, in any field of life,is from the class of wahi from Allah.The prophethood is also based at this principle,and deals in socialogy with some other qualities & requirements written in Quraan as 2/129. Am i right?

Comments by: shireen On 26 June 2010Report Abuse
Salaam executive members of aastana. could you please post the pages 24-32 of haqeeqat e mojzat (part 1). it has been awaited for a long time. thank you all for your hard work at aastana.

Comments by: Mubashir Syed On 18 September 2010Report Abuse
Dear All, Good question and a good answer for enhancing thought process over the topic of wahi and prophethood.  
 
 
Maybe a common man would not understand the practical law behind wahi till date but that doesnt mean its a miracle. 200 years back people might not have understood practical law behind communication over mobile but today we can. But for sure there has to be law for Wahi as well.  
 
As per my understanding until now, Prophets were intellects of their era's who were in search of a concept to establish a system which can bring peace and enhancement of human kind. And they might have looked in all the law books ( Man made, Revealed and so called Revealed books).I think when a person reaches such a high level frame of mind to find possibilities of formation of a system in harmony with Law of Nature.As per explanation given above by Dr Qamar of nature revealing itself may occur.  
 
Why Mohammed is seal of prophets ?.........Maybe even if a person reaches that high level frame of mind after last revelation he might get possibilities already present in Nature ( Quran as its original text is intact) and his intellect might surrender to this code book and he might not feel need of any more possibilities beyond this seal of law from nature.  
 
Its just my thought please do post back if i can enhance my current reasoning for wahi and prophethood  
 
Thanks,  
Mubashir Syed.  

Comments by: pervez On 20 September 2010Report Abuse
Dear Mubashir Syed,  
 
I am really amazed to read the explanation of Wahi given by Docter Qamer and further  
 
your thoughts on it. it opens new horizons to think and answers many question on this subject. At the moment  
 
deep thought process has begun in my mind. Now I look at the book from entirely a different angle. I have  
 
found answer to my another question regarding life after death which I was so eager to find from the book.  
 
Although this post is on aastana since long but I found it today due to your comments. Your thoughts on  
 
this subject are logical conclusions. If this concept is accepted, humanity can come closer with love,  
 
peace and universal brotherhood. The hate created by different religions can disappear. I do not know  
 
whether I am correct or not, these are the thoughts which immediately struck my mind after reading your  
 
post.  
 
REGARDS  

Comments by: pervez On 20 September 2010Report Abuse
Dear Doctor Sahib,  
Kindly write in detail on concept of Wahi as you have written in case of haqiqatay salat etc.  
 
I consider this subject extremely important. This is just a request/suggestion, however, you are the best judge  
 
to lay down your priorities of work.

Comments by: sameermoopa On 06 February 2012Report Abuse
Peace,  
 
Just wanted to know, whether respected Dr. Qamar Zaman's Haqiqat-e-Mujizat, Haqiqat-e-Haj, Haqiqat-e-Mu'jizat books are translated to English?  
 
Didn't find them on www.aastana.com's home page. Curious to read them.  
 
(I am not fluent in Urdu)  
 
Thanks.

Comments by: Maniza On 07 February 2012
Salam to readers and Members and sameermoopa,  
 
Sadly to say those who have promised to translate these books have now refused to do so because of their new affiliations to other former members, they have decided to deem these affiliations more important than spreading the message of the Quran. So question arises are these people as Momins as they profess, have the teachings of the Quran taken a back seat to personal anamosities?  
 
Regarding Haj it will be easy for you to understand the main meaning of Haj if you have studied the Book of Sal'at in english; which is under review at this moment but the translation done at the moment may be of some help.

Comments by: sameermoopa On 15 February 2012 Edit DeleteReport Abuse
Respected Maniza,  
 
Thanks for the response.  
 
I still hope, those important books will be available in English soon (fingers crossed).  
 
God bless us...

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OTHER QUESTIONS ON
HAQIQAT E MOJZAT (PART 1)
How does Allha select his prophets and messangers, any criteria or tests? Were these messangers and prophets predestined? Question by: MohYam On 08/03/2010
 
my question on Khatamun Nabi remains unanswered. Hope Dr. saab has come from his USA visit. Question by: saleem From INDIA (CHENNAI) On 05/05/2010
 
I would be grateful if you could provide your analyses of Surah Yusuf’s references to dreams, and the interpretation of dreams. Question by: umar On 16/06/2010
 
Dr sahab regards, i want to ask a question about azab. Question by: Nadeem_Akhtar From PAKISTAN On 20/06/2010
 
Dear Sirs, Asslam O Alaykum, Is the Rasool appointed directly by Allah and does he receive devine messages as all Nabees did? Thank you Question by: M Ali Karachi On 03/07/2010
 
Please visit http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=nepal+masjid i have confirmed its reality from one of my friends who resides in Nepal... Dr. Sb. is this not Moajza??? how come! we can believe in your views regarding moajzat???? Question by: Dr. Samreen Mohsin From PAKISTAN (KARACHI) On 19/08/2010
 
In Maryam verse 14 when there is a mention of Yahya AS with regards to his behaviour with his parents it is mentioned as Vaalidaihi where as in the same chapter in verse no.32 when Easa AS is mentioned the words is Vaalidati. Can u clarify? Question by: saleem From INDIA (CHENNAI) On 13/10/2010
 
In your book you had mentioned that the usage ibn maryam is similar to the usage of bani israel if that is the case then why different usages for Yahya and Eesa AS Question by: saleem From INDIA (CHENNAI) On 13/10/2010
 
Is the prophet of God capable of killing a person on assumption and after relating as amaul shaitan try to do it the very next day doctor saheb do we have to believe this or can there be any interpretation God bless you Question by: lubna asif On 05/12/2010
 
i am welcomed:>) this blog and website must be visited by the whole world.. very interesting and knowledgeable. hmmmm. due to lack of space i am typing my question in comments. Kindly reply.,... i would be happy if answer is given by Dr. Sb. Question by: Shahid Yousuf From PAKISTAN On 11/12/2010
 
Dear All, miraculous birth of Esa. Can we discuss fact over fiction? What references are given by traditionalist from Quran and what actually it means? Question by: Mubashir Syed From INDIA (HYDERABAD) On 07/02/2011
 
Respected Dr.Qamar Zaman Sahab, Please give your critical views on traditional belief of Mojza Shaqq-ul-qamar in the light of quran. Question by: Rehan_Khan From INDIA (BHOPAL) On 07/03/2011
 
Dear All, Does Quran try to make people understand deception of Bhoot, Pret, Aatma, Dracula which is so popular deception in society ?? Question by: Mubashir Syed From INDIA (HYDERABAD) On 18/03/2011
 
Dear Mubashir Syed , Nargis , MOAZZAM , Doctor Qamer, bob , damon and all . I say good bye to AASTANA. My post where I differ with Mr. Aurangzeb is removed. This shows he has his own agenda and not learning. This is not fair. Question by: momin From PAKISTAN On 18/03/2011
 
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