مولانا عبیداللہ سندھی رحمہ اللہ کا طریقہ تفسیر"الاعتبار و التاویل"اور ان کے تلامذہ (مولانا احمد علی لاہوری، مولانا عبدالحئی فاروقی اور مولانا محمد طاہر پنج پیری رحمہم اللہ )کے دروس میں اس کا اطلاق
The Method of Interpretation 'Al-I'tibar wa Al-Tawil' by Maulana Ubaidullah Sindhi (RA) and Its Application in the Lessons of His Disciples Maulana Ahmad Ali Lahori, Maulana Abdul Hai Farooqui, and Maulana Muhammad Tahir Panjpuri
Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi was born in 1872 in a Sikh family and accepted Islam in 1887. He stared teaching in 1398 Hijri and entered the field of politics.
He visited different countries and studied the revolution everywhere and deliberated on its causes and consequences. During his stay in Makkah and after coming to Karachi from there, he started a series of Dars-e-Quran for propagation of Quranic Thoughts. His Dars e Quran was well used by eminent students and scholars. Among his students, Ahmad Ali Lahori, Abdul Hai Farooqui and Tahir Panj Peri’s Dars-e-Quran became more popular.
According to Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi, the teaching of Quran and the teaching of the interpretation(Tafseer) of the Quran are two different things. Sindhi used to clearly explain the importance of the Quran in this regard and to rely more on the interpretation of the Quran in relation to the understanding of the Quran. Instead of using the Holy Quran directly, he invited us to understand it. Maulana Sindhi was committed to the philosophy of Shah Wali Ullah that the verses of the Quran should not be characterized by revelation and should be adapted to the contemporary conditions.
This method of interpretation was expanded by Obaidulah Sindhi and a unique and new method was adopted in the name Al Aitabar Wa’ Taweel. In this way of interpretation, they acknowledge the apparent meaning and point out their meaning according to the Quranic verse which interprets the basic principles and objectives of the Holy Quran. Some scholars have also criticized this way of interpretation. We will discuss the consideration and interpretation i.e. Al Aitabar Wa’ Taaweel, in this research paper.