Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 96

volume Number : 17
number In Volume : 2
issue Number : 96

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 17، number In Volume 2، ، issue Number 96

A comparative study of commentators' and mystics' views on the "Verse of Amanat" What it is and why it is rejected and accepted by the heavens, the earth, and humans in Persian interpretation and mystical books (Ruz al-Janan, Kashf al-Asrar, Mersad al-Aba

Mitra Bahrami (Author in Charge), Nasser Kazem Khanlou


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Some verses of the Holy Quran have been reflected more than other verses in the works of writers, poets and commentators due to their specific and deep content and message. The honorable verse 72 of Soreh Ahzab is one of the verses whose meaning and meaning there are many differences between the commentators of the Holy Qur"an and mystics. Therefore, according to the wide influence of this verse in the interpretation and mystical books, he examined the opinions and documents of four commentators and mystics about the meaning of trust and how it is carried in the world and the reason why creatures are afraid of accepting it and how it is accepted by humans. The reason why man is described as cruelty and ignorance has been investigated.

METHODOLOGY: In this article, the descriptive-analytical method and the study of library resources have been done. At first, the works and sources related to the subject have been carefully studied and examined, then the relevant verse and the views of four commentators and mystics have been exami

FINDINGS: According to the studied commentators and mystics, man is the only being who has the authority and dignity to carry trust, and this acceptance by man was accompanied by free will. The studied interpretive books interpret trust as various matters, but the studied mystical books interpret trust as "love and knowledge" and consider love as the result of divine knowledge.

CONCLUSION: The commentators under study consider man to be oppressive and ignorant because of the withdrawal of trust, but the mystics in question consider these two words to be positive words and cause the praise of man, not to blame him, due to God"s praise of his beloved and the creation of a two-way romantic relationship.

Ayah Amanat , commentators , oppression and ignorance , Ruz al-Jinnan , Kashf al-Asrar , Mersada al-Abad , Masnavi Ma'anavi.

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