Research Journal of  Al-Mahdi Research Journal (MRJ) ISSN (print): 2789-4142 and ISSN online): 2789-4150 was started in Jan 2020. It is a peer-reviewed journal and is published Quarterly by  Tadabbur Research Centre Bahawalpur (private) Limited, Punjab, Pakistan

Scope of Journal

Al-Mahdi Research Journal (MRJ) ISSN (print): 2789-4142 and ISSN online): 2789-4150 is an Academic Journal devoted to Islamic research and scholarship
It is to serve as a forum for scholars to write objectively, analytically and, where ever necessary, critically on Islamic History, Philosophy, Science, Arts, Culture, Archaeology, Law, Jurisprudence, etc

It brings out the achievements of Muslims in the fields of Humanities, Social and Natural science.

It aims at defining Islam in terms of its fundamentals in a rational and liberal manner emphasizing, at the same time, the basic Islamic ideals of universal brotherhood, tolerance, and social justice

It aims at interpreting the teachings of Islam in such a way as to bring out its dynamic character in the context of the intellectual and scientific progress of the modern world

It provides an open forum for a dialogue among the Fundamentalist, Conservative, and the Modernest schools of thought among the Muslims aiming at finding a balanced view

It endeavors, through dialogue, to find Islamic answers to the question relating to social, political, economic, and moral problems of the fast and drastically changing world of today

It transmits through English translation the speeches, learned papers, and discourses expressed in Urdu by highly qualified traditional scholars, the ‘ulama’, and, in this way, it communicates valuable material, otherwise inaccessible, to the non-Urdu readers.

It endeavors to promote better understanding between the Islamic World and the West

Its mission is to offer the chance of publications to different scholarly articles in the field of Religious studies, Culture, and arts. We encourage scholars to send us their research articles in three different languages; Arabic, English, and Urdu.