Tafseer e Mazhari is a Sunni Tafseer of Holy Quran written by Qazi Sana Ullah Usmani Mujadidi Pani Patti (R.A) popularly known as Qazi Sana Ullah Pani Patti (R.A). This exegesis of Holy Quran which is widely accepted and read by Muslims of different schools of thought. It is written according to the Hanafi jurisprudence and has been translated in Urdu and published by different organizations. The published version being shared is a translation by Molana Syed Abdul Daim Al Jalali and Publisher is Darul Ishat Karachi.
About the Author of Tafseer e Mazhari
Qazi Sana Ullah Pani Patti (R.A) was born in Pani Pat. Pani Pat is a place which holds historic importance. He was the contemporary of Shah Wali Ullah. Qazi Sahib’s ancestors include Sheikh Jalaluddin Kabeer ul Auliya. His lineage or ascending line of parentage reaches Hazrat Usman Ghani (R.A).
The author completed his religious education at the age of 18. He read Hadith from a famous scholar Shah Wali Ullah Muhadis Dehalvi (R.A). He took Baih on the hands of Sheikh Muhammad Abid Sanami. After his death he chose Hazrat Mirza Mazhar (R.A) as his spiritual master. Mirza Sahib had a great love for the author. He used to call the author as Ilmul Huda due to the level of his literary knowledge. Shah Abdul Aziz Muhadis Dehalvi (R.A) gave him the title of “Behqi”.
Qazi Sana Ullah Pani Patti (R.A) wrote a number of books of great repute. A list of these books is as follows.
- Tafseer e Mazhari
- Kitab Masbut
- Irshad ut Talibeen
- Tazkira ul Ma’ad
- Haqeqat ul Islam
- Al Saif ul Maslul and others.
Tafseer e Mazhari is the most prestigious book by him. It gets the name “Mazhari” after his spiritual mentour. Qazi Sahib died in 1225 Hijri and was buried in his home town.
Tafseer e Mazhari Tafsir Book had seven editions originally. However, the translated book has 12 editions. The size of all the books is enormous, so make sure you have a high speed internet connection. Tafseer is written in simple language and contains a detailed explanation of Quranic verses. Detailed list of all the topics is also there as a prologue. All twelve editions of Tafseer are available for free Download.