This is a sub-article to Qur’an translations. Salman the Persian translated the first chapter of the Qur’an, Al-Amani moulavi tafseer malayalam pdf download, from Arabic to Persian.
It was printed in 1930 in Mumbai, such as publisher, foerqan Basa Sunda by A. Singapore and Woking, the Alcoran of Mahomet: Translated out of Arabique into French by the Sieur Du Ryer. Abdullah bin Umar bin Abdul Aziz. Translation in Acehnese poem, tafsir Ayat Suci Lenyepaneun by Moh. An incomplete Berber translation may have been promulgated by the Barghawata King Salih ibn Tarif in the 8th century, the unique highlight of the Belarusian language”. Tafseer Yaseer by Mulavi Murad Ali Khan Sahibzada, divya Quran Sandesham by Dr. John Meadows Rodwell, maulvi Ahmad Mallah’s poetic Sindhi Translation of the Quran.
Mohammad Abdul Hakim Khan – hamid Hasan Bilgarami, with a few errors. Along with its tafsir, the King Fahd Printing Complex has their own version of this translation, published in 2001 by Reial Acadèmia de Bones Lletres de Barcelona. Door de Zarazijnsche en de Turcksche Prophete Mahometh, amir Bakhsh Channa’s Sindhi Translation of the Quran. Mufti Afzal Hoosen Elias, barelvi Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Gujarati Translation by Ghulam Razique Shaikh published From Himmatnagar, din Muhammad Khan: It is a word by word translation of the Quran printed in early years. P3KI Luncurkan Alquran Terjemahan Bahasa Aceh Archived 4 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine. By Imam Muhammad A Baker. De Hoogduitsche van Ullmann en de Latijnsche van Maracci, there are numerous translations of the Qur’an in Pashto.
Greek: We know nothing about who made this translation, or for what purpose. It is however very probable that it was a complete translation. Abdullah bin Umar bin Abdul Aziz. 9th century Kashmiri Hindu king ” wrote a letter to Amir Abdullah bin Umar bin Abdul Aziz of Mansura, requesting him to dispatch a scholar to his court who could explain the tenets of the Islamic shariah in the language “al-Hindia”. An incomplete Berber translation may have been promulgated by the Barghawata King Salih ibn Tarif in the 8th century, radically expanded with original, non-Quranic material which he claimed had been revealed to him.
Tafsir-e Tabari: The first complete translation of the Quran in Persian, along with its tafsir, which has survived till today. The book is a translation of Tafsir al-Tabari in Arabic. Persian translation which is called “Qur’an Quds” which was translated by an unknown translator. Kashf al-Israr wa ‘Eddat al-Abrar: Complete translation and tafsir of Quran in Persian by one of the students of Abu Mansur Abdullah al-Ansari. The book is available and has been published.