TITLE

THE CONSONANT ŞĀD (SAAD) IN THREE QUR'ANIC CHAPTERS ŞĀD, MARY AND AL A'RA:F

AUTHOR(S)
Rehman, Ahsan ur
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
International Journal of Academic Research;Jan2011, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1006
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study shows that the Șād prefixed chapters use the radical in different manners and there is a certain affinity of Șād related words and phrases in these chapters which Rehman (2008) established with reference to Alif lam and meem in the six related chapters. The study also shows that all the three chapters mentioned below have a common theme of zikr which is foregrounded. On the other hand, every chapter has an individual angle of zikr such as sabr’ perseverance in chapter Șād, sidq ‘truthfulness in Maryam ‘Mary’ and well wishing characters, al a’raaf, Moreover, the prefixed letter Șād has a role in organization of the three chapters of great Prophets emphasized.
ACCESSION #
59737615

 

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