Analyzing the Employment of Recitation of God's Names, Attributes, and Prayers in the Tafsir of “ Kashf al-Asrār wa ʻIdatu al-Abrār”

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Iman Kanani
Elyas Zarei


Abū ʾl-Faḍl Rashīd al-Dīn Maybudī (ca. 1045-1126 CE) was a prominent Sunni Persian Sufi scholar, exegete, and author. Among the mystical or Sufi commentaries on the Quran, Abū ʾl-Faḍl Rashīd al-Dīn Maybudī's Kashf al-Asrār wa ʻIdatu al-Abrār stands out as a relatively lesser-known work within the broader corpus of Islamic scholarship. This article explores the life and works of Shaykh ʿAbd al-Qādir al-Mībdī, with a particular focus on the mystical methodology he employed within his influential Qur'anic commentary, Kashf al-Asrār and ʿUdda al-Abrār. Specifically, it examines how al-Mībdī utilized invocations, Recitation of God's Names (munājāt), glorification, Attributes (tasbīḥ), and praise (taḥmīd) in his exegesis. The methodology adopted in this study is inductive-analytical.


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