عنوان مقاله [English]
The Holy Quran as a divine book has always been considered by Muslim thinkers and each of them tried to present their interpretation and interpretation in a specific style to their own scientific community. Abolfotuh Razi, Rashid al-Din Meybodi and Mousavi Garmaroodi are among those who have taken great strides in the field of interpretation and translation of the Qur'an. Abolfotuh Razi is one of the most prominent preachers in the Ray region in the sixth century AH. This position has caused his interpretation to have a preacher style. One of the requirements of such a style is to pay special attention to interpretive narrations. Abu al-Futuh has been influenced by previous interpretations such as Jame 'al-Bayyan and Tebyan and has influenced later interpretations. Its linguistic style is ultimately simple and fluent, with eloquence and rhetoric specific to the fourth and fifth centuries, far removed from superficial and verbal tasks. In Kashf al-Asrar, Rashid al-Din Meybodi interprets the verses of the Qur'an three times, while at the same time he speaks in detail about recitation, revelation, news and hadiths, etc. and in the third turn he justifies and interprets the verses to the taste of Sufis and mystics. The interpretation of Kashf al-Asrar has benefited greatly from the elements and mechanisms of inducing meanings, such as imaginary, permissible, prostration, simile, and metaphor. Among the Persian translations of the Qur'an, especially in recent decades, several translations that are very fluent, accurate and beautiful have been published, one of which is the translation of Ali Mousavi Garmaroodi. In this research, it is a descriptive analysis. By comparing the interpretation of Kashf al-Asrar and the interpretation of Rawd al-Jannan by Abu al-Futuh al-Razi, both of which were written in the sixth century, with the new interpretation of Mousavi Garma Rudi, Meybodi's mystical views are influenced by other interpretations. To be shown.