Critical Review of “Qissa Heer Ranjha” by Maulvi Allah Bakhsh Khadim Makhan Belvi
The saints and the aslaaf always kept the Qur'an and Sunnah in mind while performing the duty of preaching Islam. They also preached the religion considering the speakers’ mental level and the regional language. As this article is entitled "A Critical Review of Maulvi Khadimullah Bakhsh's Qissa Heer Ranjha", it has been revealed in this research that in most parts of Maulvi Khadimullah Bakhsh's book Qissa Heer Ranjha, no subject or poem has been found that is not related to the Qur'an, Hadiths and moral teachings in some way or the other. Everywhere, the meaning of the Qur'an's verses was interpreted and translated and the meaning of hadiths was seen. On the one hand, references to the Qur'an and Hadith, mention of prophets and angels, mention of companions, saints, and Islamic personalities, and Islamic and historical places are mentioned from place to place, while on the other hand, keeping in mind the mentality of the people of ancient times, a very sweet and sweet language has been used in the cultural context. Here it is also an explanation of the saying that if people's mental level is kept in mind, then it is more effective.
Key Works: Qissa Heer Ranjha, Moulvi Allah Bakash Khadim, Quran & Hadith