This extensive explanation of a meaning of the verses of the Holy Quran has been given by Maulana Abdul Majid Aaryabadi and with an introduction by S. Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi.
Maulana Abdul Majid Daryabadi, an eminent scholar, commentator of the Quran, journalist and writer of Urdu with a distinctive style, was born in March 1892 and died on 6th January 1977. He first edited the Urdu weekly Sach and then Sidq-i-Jadid to the end of his life and contributed literary articles to prestigious Urdu journals like Ma'arif of Azamgarh, Al-Nazir and Hamdam of Lucknow and Hamdard of Delhi besides many others.
Being one of the earliest members of Darul Musannifin (Shibli Academy) Azamgarh, he later on headed its Managing Committee. He was also associated with the Royal Asiatic society, London Hindustani Academy, Court of the Muslim University Aligarh, Khilafat Committee and the Nadwatul Ulama, penned about fifty works of which the more distinguished wre the Urdu translation of the History of the European Morals (in two volumes) and Mukalamat-i-Barkley, Falsafa-i-Jazbat, Safar-i-Hijaz, Hakim-ul-Ummat, Muhammad Ali: zati Diary, Akbar Nam, Tasawuf-i-Islam, Ma'asirin and Aap Biti but his commentaries on the Holy Quran in Urdu and English mark out a place for him among the notable scholars of the modern age.
4 volumes, 1800 pages, hard bound.