The Noble Quran Translation in other languages
The Qur’an translates into 114 languages
The Quran, the holy book of 1 billion Muslims worldwide, is now available, selected verses translated into 114 languages, and the complete book in 47 languages worldwide.
The Muslim community is happy to present the Quran, the Word of God, in 114 languages of the world (God originally revealed the Quran in Arabic).
List of the 52 languages in which they are spoken, along with the region in which the Quran is available. It follows another list of 114 languages, containing selected verses from the Quran.
If you need a translation in any of these languages, you can download it from the Muslims Comunity website Trueuslims.net. If you got any download problem, please send us feedback or email at [email protected]
Below is the list of languages in which the Holy Quran available on the Truemuslims site in mp3 format for free download.
The download or Listen Holy Quran in 52 Languages
- English and Arabic
- Maranao Arabic
- Urdu Translation With Arabic
The most translated language in the Quran
The Holy Quran translation is considered to be the interpreter of the scripture of Islam in languages other than Arabic. The Qur’an was originally written in Arabic and has been translated into major African, Asian, and European languages.
Who translated the Qur’an?
According to Islamic tradition, the Quran was first recited by Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq (RA) and compiled by Zaid Ibn Thabit and other book form writers. When the Islamic Empire began to grow, and different recitations were recited in remote areas, the Quran was recited for uniformity in recitation. On the guidance of the third caliph Hazrat Usman bin Affan (RA). For this reason, the Qur’an, as it exists today, is also called the Usmani Codex. According to Professor Francis Edward Peters (1991), what was done with the Qur’an in this process seemed to be very conservative, and the material was mechanically designed to avoid radical prejudice.
The first memorizer of the Holy Quran
Hazrat Usman (RA) was the first memorizer of the Holy Quran. Those who have memorized the Qur’an completely are called memorizers of the Qur’an.
Hazrat Usman (RA) belonged to a noble family of Quraysh in Makkah. His lineage is similar to that of the Prophet (peace be upon him) in the fifth generation. He was from the “Umayyad” family of the Quraysh, a well-known and respected family in Mecca in pre-Islamic times. In the famous battle of Fajr, the commander-in-chief of the Quraysh army, Harb ibn Umayyah, belonged to the same family. The Children of this family are known as the Umayyads or the Umayyads.