The government does not send a law concerning villagers directly to villagers because villagers cannot understand this law even if they can read it. This law is sent to governors of cities first. These governors, understanding it well and adding their explanations, send it to the mayors of towns, who, explaining it more clearly, send it to directors of districts. Directors of districts can understand the law with the help of these explanations and can explain them to headmen of villages. Headman of a village could not have understood it just by reading it. The headman explains it to the villagers in village dialect. By the same token, the Qur’an al-karim is divine rules. It is divine law. Allahu ta’ala has shown the way of happiness to His born slaves through the Qur’an al-karim and has sent His own word to the highest of mankind. Only Hadrat  Muhammad can understand the meaning of the Qur’an al-kerim. No other person can understand it completely. Though the Ashab-i kiram  ‘alaihim-ur-ridwan’ knew Arabic as their native language and were literary and eloquent, they couldn’t understand some ayats and asked Rasulullah to explain them.
In short, only Hadrat Muhammad understood the meaning of the Qur’an and explained it through his hadiths. It is he who explained the Qur’an. The correct book of explanation is his hadiths . By not sleeping or resting, by sacrificing their rest, our religious scholars gathered these hadiths and wrote books of explanation. The book of commentary entitled Baydawi is one of the strongest among them.
 ayat al-karima: a verse of al-Qur’an al-kerim; al-ayat al-karima.
 Hadrat: title of respect used before the names of great people like and Islamic scholars.
 As’hab-i kiram: (as-Sahabat al-kiram); the Companions of Rasulullah.
 hadith (sharif): a saying of the Prophet (‘alaihi ‘s-salam).