A widely held view about the Quran is that in its received form, it lacks coherence. Most approaches to the Quran have remained atomistic in character. Some Western scholars even tried to rearrange the Quran to make it more comprehensible. Muslim scholar Amin Ahsan Islahi however rejects this view that Quran is disjoined, and argues that the Quran possesses nazm or coherence, which is both aesthetically pleasing and carried profound hermeneutical significance. This is the first detailed study of Islahi's contribution to Quranic exegesis, and tries to assess his theory of Quranic coherence as reflected in his tafsir Tadabbur-i Quran.