Quarterly NOOR-E-MARFAT is a religious research journal with a vision is to establish research-based Islamic civilization. Its mission is to quench the thirst for knowledge through mentoring researchers and publishing research papers. It is being published since 2007. Its first 6 issues were published on biannual basis (only for members). Since 2010 it is being published on quarterly basis. This journal was approved by HEC in Y category in March 2020 and it has been listed in HJRS for the Years 2020-21 and 2021-2022. This journal publishes the articles from Islamic perspective on Quranic sciences, Hadith (Tradition), Islamic jurisprudence, Principles of jurisprudence, Islamic history, Comparative religions, Education and Pedagogy, Divine literature, Divine Economics, Sociology, Islamic Political Thought, Iqbalogy (Iqbaliyat), Islamic culture and civilization, Islamic law and principles of law and so forth. It also publishes books reviews. The policy of the journal is to publish research-based articles that propose solutions to the intellectual and practical problems of modern era.


 eISSN: 2710-3463

 pISSN: 2221-1659

 Frequency: October- December 2023

 Editor: Dr. Shaikh Muhammad Hasnain

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Vol 14 No 4 (2023): Quarterly Noor-e- Marfat serial Issue # 62

 

This issue of quarterly research journal “Noor-e- Marfat”, contains 6 scholarly articles. The first two articles guide us how we can bring the prosperity and welfare to our lives. The 3rd article also highlights the role of some practices like piety, trust, gratitude, charity, lending, and marriage in increasing our sustenance and wealth. The 4th paper sheds light on the works of Shia historians. It introduces 20 books compiled by the Shiites on the history and biography of the Prophets, particularly the holy Prophet (PBUH). The 5th paper throws a light upon the ‘importance of knowledge and its sanctity’, ‘the reliability of knowledge and its scope for being errorless’ from the viewpoint of Allama Tabatabai's book "Usul-e Filsafah wa Rawish-e Realism".  Finally, the 6th article presents an introduction to the "Zhikri" sect, found in Pakistan's Baluchistan and Sindh provinces, as well as Iranian Baluchistan.

Published: 2024-05-20

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