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Tafsir al-Mizan of Holy Quran - Volume 1 (Persian Version)

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Why should we read the Holy Quran and its authentic interpretations? What are the benefits of reading the Holy Quran and what are its authentic interpretations? What are the brilliant characteristics of the style of the Holy Quran and its authentic interpretations? How can the Holy Qur'an and its authentic interpretations help a person to have a better life? Why should we buy and study the Holy Quran and its authentic interpretations? Muslims consider the Qur'an to be the word of God, which was revealed to the Prophet of Islam. Reading the Quran and studying its interpretations can have many benefits for people. First, it provides guidance and wisdom about various aspects of life. The Quran covers a wide range of topics including belief, ethics, social interactions, family issues and guidance for personal growth. By studying its teachings, people can gain a deeper understanding of how to live a virtuous and fulfilling life. Second, Qur'an can help deepen human spirituality.

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The Holy Quran is considered by Muslims to be the word of God, revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. Reading the Quran and studying its interpretations can have several benefits for individuals. 

Firstly, it provides guidance and wisdom on various aspects of life. The Quran covers a wide range of topics, including belief, morality, social interactions, family matters, and guidance for personal development. By studying its teachings, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of how to live a virtuous and fulfilling life.

Secondly, reading the Quran and its interpretations can help deepen one's spirituality. It serves as a source of inspiration, bringing peace and tranquility to the hearts of believers. Through reflection and contemplation on its verses, individuals can strengthen their faith and connection with God.

The style of the Quran is unique and often described as eloquent and literary. Its verses are filled with poetic beauty, rhythmic prose, and profound metaphors. This literary excellence adds to the appeal of the Quran and has made it a subject of study for linguists and literary scholars throughout history.

Moreover, studying the interpretations of the Quran can help individuals understand its messages in a contemporary context. Scholars and experts provide insights and explanations about the verses, considering the historical context and applying them to current circumstances. This enables individuals to apply the Quran's teachings in their daily lives and make informed decisions.

Lastly, studying the Quran and its interpretations can help promote a better life by encouraging ethical behavior, justice, and compassion towards others. It teaches principles such as honesty, forgiveness, kindness, and charity, which contribute to building a harmonious society.

Regarding purchasing the Quran and its interpretations, it is a personal choice. Many people prefer having a physical copy for ease of reference and personal study. But there are also digital versions and online resources available for those who prefer a digital format. Ultimately, the objective is to engage with the Quran in a way that benefits one's personal growth and spiritual development.


The Almighty God, by being completely surrounded by the human nature and the needs that man has, by sending religious books and prophets, has reminded him of the creation of man from the pure gem. Therefore, it is necessary that with any kind of religious thought and level of knowledge, while referring to religious sources, they benefit from the knowledge and guidance available in it. 

Use of authentic interpretive sources

Religious books are among the reference books that we need to study the sources of interpretation to understand them correctly. An issue that has been existed in relation with religious books for a long time is the use of authoritative interpretive sources. Considering the type of content in these books, subjects have a direct relationship with people's beliefs and beliefs, as a result, the presence of any mistake in expressing its meanings and interpretations can be destructive. Therefore, it is important to search for reliable sources.

Interpretation of religious books

Human need to use religious books

Man needs to have a source to receive guidance and guidance. In the Holy Quran, God is focused by this need of human beings, as He says, "We have sent the Quran and the Prophets to warn and remind mankind." The reason for this need lies in human nature. The human soul is derived from the nature of its creator and all human beings have a pure gem and is far from impurity. Being in the path of life and the temptations in it, may cause a person to move away from the source of his creation, tend towards evil and finally become evil. The important question is, what is the method of being on the path of purity and gilding of the soul?

Using reliable sources to interpret religious books

The type of content in religious books is such that, in addition to covering all the subjects necessary for human life, it is also suitable for the use of all intellectual and cultural levels. Therefore, the need for authentic sources to interpret these texts is always felt. The Holy Quran, as the last and most complete religious book sent down to mankind, is no exception to this rule. For this purpose, many researchers and religious scholars have been looking for the interpretation of the verses of this divine book for a long time. As mentioned in the previous material, due to the connection of these types of books with people's religious beliefs and vision, the use of reliable interpretive sources based on religious principles is of particular importance.

Authentic sources of commentary


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Allameh Seyyed Mohammad Hossein Qazi Tabatabai Tabrizi (born in Tabriz 1281 - died on November 24, 1360 Qom) known as Allameh Tabatabai, was a famous cleric, a great philosopher and a hard-working and deep-thinking Iranian writer; He was one of the great Shia taqlid authorities and one of the famous teachers of the religious schools in Qom. His childhood and adolescence were spent in Tabriz. He lost his mother at the age of five and his father at the age of nine. His father's executor sent him and his only brother Mohammad Hassan Elahi Tabatabai to school. He studied the Qur'an and Persian literary books in elementary school, then studied religious sciences.

In addition to learning literature, he learned calligraphy techniques under the supervision of calligrapher Mirza Alinqi. Elementary education could not respond to his rich taste and abundant interest, so he went to Talebiyah School in Tabriz and studied Arabic literature, translation sciences, jurisprudence and principles and studied various fields of Islamic knowledge. He himself remembers his studies as follows: "At the beginning of my studies, when I was only employed, I was not very interested in continuing my studies, and therefore I did not understand everything I was studying, and I spent four years like this. After that, God's providence suddenly surrounded me, changed me, and I felt a kind of fascination and impatience towards studying for perfection. So that from that day until the end of my studies, which lasted for almost seventeen years, I never felt tired or discouraged about education and thinking, and I forgot the ugly and beautiful of the world and considered the bitter and sweet events as equal. I completely dismantled non-academic society. I was satisfied with the minimum necessary of food and sleep and other necessities. I studied all the time. Especially in the spring and summer, when I spent the night studying until the sunrise, and I always studied tomorrow's lesson the night before, and if there was a problem, I would solve it with every effort, and when I attended the lesson From what the teacher said, I was already clear and I never brought the problems and mistakes of the lesson to the teacher."

He also went to Najaf with his brother and studied religious sciences in Najaf for ten years. During this period, he learned mathematics from Seyyed Abulqasem Mousavi Khansari, the grandson of Seyyed Abulqasem Khansari, and learned jurisprudence and principles from professors such as Mohammad Hossein Naini and Mohammad Hossein Gharavi Isfahani. His teacher in philosophy was Hakim Mutala, Seyyed Hossein Badkobei. He also studied theology, interpretation of the Qur'an to the Qur'an, wisdom and philosophy, mysticism, ethics and hadith jurisprudence from Seyyed Ali Qazi Tabatabai. While he was studying in Najaf, he was forced to return to Iran due to the scarcity of livelihood and the lack of income from his agricultural property in Tabriz, and for ten years after that, he worked in agriculture in the Shadabad village of Tabriz. then he was spending his time with agriculture for making money.

About this period of the fruitful life of this great master of religion and Islamic sciences, his son Seyyed Abdul Baqi Tabatabai says: "I remember well that my father was constantly busy with farm throughout the year. He was working also in the cold season and his hard working during the rain and seasonal snows, while holding umbrellas or wearing skins, was considered normal.

Many people prefer having a physical copy for ease of reference and personal study

Lack of ambiguity and complexity in the concepts of the verses and the origin of differences

Among all the verses of the Quran (which are more than several thousand verses), we do not find even a single verse that is complex in its meaning that make the mind of the reader is surprised to understand its meaning. And How can it not be like that?! However, the Quran is the most eloquent Arabic word, and the most basic condition for eloquence is that it does not have ambiguity or complexity. Even those verses that are considered to be as similars in the Quran, such as  passed time verses verses and the like, have the goal of clarity and clarity in their meaning, and their similarity is because we do not know what it means; not because its apparent meaning is unknown.

Therefore, this difference is not found in the meaning of the words, but all of them are found in the difference in the example of the words, and each religion and sect has taken the words and sentences of the Quran to an example that is not accepted by the other. This group of people has understood something from the meaning of the word (the meaning and meaning of the speech) of imagination, confirmation (attitude and denotation); And the other group has understood something else!

The reason of overtaking material meanings of the used words to the mind

The explanation is that human nature and habit (as mentioned) causes the human mind to look for its material meaning when hearing a word or a sentence, and before any other meaning, that material or related meaning (Appendixes) and sequels) it comes to mind. We humans, since our bodies and physical powers, as long as we are in this material world, are immersed in matter and everything deals with matter, therefore, for example, if the word life, knowledge, power, hearing, sight We hear the words, will, pleasure, anger, creation, order and the like, immediately the material meaning of these comes to our mind, the same meaning that we know about these words in ourselves.

Also, when we hear the words heaven, earth, tablet, pen, throne, chair, angel, angel's wings, Satan and his soldiers from his infantry and cavalry, its natural and material examples come to our mind; And it enters our understanding before any other meaning.

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Allameh Seyyed Mohammad Hossein Qazi Tabatabai Tabrizi
Seyyed Mohammad Bagher Mousavi Hamdani
Sepehr Ansari
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