Ali Khan Abro

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Allama Ali Khan Abro (Urdu: علامه علي خان ابڑو‎) was a Sindhi scholar and educationist who is known for having written the Sindhi translation of Quran and intended to give the Qur'an a practical contemporary interpretation.[1] He also wrote a translation for non-Muslims at the request of Taj Mahmood Amroti.[citation needed]

Life[edit]

Abro attended Sindh Madrasatul Islam and graduated from Bombay University.[citation needed] He had religious education in Hyderabad, where he learned Arabic and English.[citation needed] He then started working as a lecturer. He wrote books on social and literary topics.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gonda, Jan. indhi Literature, Volume 9, Parts 1-2. Otto Harrassowitz Verlag. p. 32. ISBN 9783447015608.