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.
Frequency: April- June 2023
Editor: Dr. Shaikh Muhammad Hasnain
The 60th issue of quarterly research journal Noor-e- Marfat, contains 6 scholarly research articles. The 1st article under the title “Upbringing System of Cultural Evolution of Islamic Society” discovers the core values that cause the uplift of a society. Under the title "Biography: From its Beginning to Aban bin Uthman", the 2nd article presents a very comprehensive research on a specific type of Muslim historiography, i.e. "Biography". The 3rd paper demonstrate the Islamic system and some basic rules of child upbringing under the title “Fostering Aspect of Aqiqah - an Exploratory Review”. The 4th paper has initiated interfaith religious dialogue, highlighting the historical and theological status of Buddhism under the title of "Religious Foundations of Dialogue in the Context of Buddhist Influences in Gilgit".The 5th paper titled "Elimination of Poverty in the Light of the Theory of Divine Economics" claims that the theory of divine economy can wipe out the poverty from human societies. In the last paper, under the title, “Islam’s Role in Reducing Domestic Violence against Women” it is made clear how Islam prevents domestic violence against women. Hopefully, the current issue of “Noor-e-Ma'rfat” will lead our readers towards new dimensions of knowledge and practice.