The Qur'anic series is one of the first book series launched in 2008 with the support of the Ibn Sina Islamic Culture Research Foundation. Currently it includes 25 books, apart from re-editions.
This series includes 12 volumes of the Qur'an exegesis (“The light of the Holy Qur'an”), which was carried out under the direction of ayatollah Kamal Fakih Imani, translated into Russian by Seyed Abbas Sadr Ameli and edited by Nazim Zeynalov. The Qur’anic series also comprises a number of Muhsin Qiraati’s works devoted to exegesis and commentary of certain parts of the Qur’an: “The light of lights” (parts 1, 2 and 3), “Tafsir for surah Hujurat”, “Tafsir for surah Luqman”, “Tafsir for surah Al-Ankabut”, “Tafsir for surah Al-Furqan”, “Intricacies of the Qur’an, based on tafsir of surah Nur”.
Apart from that, the series includes the works of Sayid Muhammad Bakir Hujati “Research on the history of the Qur’an”, Muhammad Bistuni “The Qur’an and the youth”, Baha ad-Din Hurramshahi “Qur’anic studies”, Babai A.A.M Azizi Kiya G.A., Ruhani Rad “Methodology of Qur’anic exegesis”, “Thematic exegesis of Nahj al-Balagha”, A. Hosmanesh “The language of the Qur’an”, Muhammad Ali Taskhiri “The Qur’an in the culture of Muslim peoples”, Seyed Abu’l-Qasem Husseini (Jarfa) “The typology of the Qur’anic stories (revealing realistic, symbolic an mythological aspects)” and a translation of the Qur’an based on the tafsir of the surah Nur, and Golamali Haddad-Adel “The lessons of the Qur’an”.