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Translation of the Meanings of The Noble Quran in the Farsi / Persian Language. This Farsi / Persian translation was sponsored by the Saudi. ﻢﻳﺮﻜﻟا نﺁﺮﻘﻟا. ﻰﻟإ ﻪﻴﻧﺎﻌﻣ ﺔﻤﺟﺮﺗو. ﺔﻐﻠﻟا. ﺔﻴﺳرﺎﻔﻟا. Translation of the Meanings of. THE NOBLE QURAN in the FarsiLanguage. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. HH. Translation of the meanings of the Noble Quran in the Persian (Farsi) PDF.


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This translation has gone through over 30 printings by several different publishing houses, and is one of the most popular amongst English-speaking Muslims, alongside the Pickthall and Saudi-sponsored Hilali-Khan translations. Dawood 's unorthodox translation in were to be the only major works to appear in the post-war period.

Arberry's The Koran Interpreted remains the scholarly standard for English translations, and is widely used by academics. It is in simple, easy-to-understand modern-day English.

Explanations are given in brackets to avoid ambiguity, provide better understanding and references to similar verses elsewhere. Syed Abdul Latif's translation published in , regarded highly by some he was a professor of English at Osmania University , Hyderabad , was nevertheless short-lived due to criticism of his foregoing accuracy for the price of fluency.

Hashim Amir Ali. He translated the Qur'an into English and arranged it according to chronological order. Hashim Amir-Ali c. In he came under the influence of Dr. Mirza Abul Fazl Allahabadi, and took a deep interest in the study of the Qur'an and was aware of the significance of the chronological order of the passages contained in it. Fazlur Rahman Malik of the University of Chicago writes, "It brings out the original rhythms of the Qur'anic language and the cadences.

It also departs from traditional translations in that it gives more refined and differentiated shades of important concepts". According to Francis Edward Peters of New York University, "Ahmed Ali's work is clear, direct, and elegant — a combination of stylistic virtues almost never found in translations of the Qur'an.

His is the best I have read". At the cusp of the s, the oil crisis , the Iranian Revolution , the Nation of Islam and a new wave of cold-war generated Muslim immigrants to Europe and North America brought Islam squarely into the public limelight for the first time in Western Europe and North America.

This resulted in a wave of translations as Western publishers tried to capitalize on the new demand for English translations of the Qur'an. Oxford University Press and Penguin Books were all to release editions at this time, as did indeed the Saudi Government, which came out with its own re-tooled version of the original Yusuf Ali translation.

Canadian Muslim Professor T. Irving 's 'modern English' translation was a major Muslim effort during that time. He made the controversial claim that the last two verses of chapter nine in the Quran were not canonical, telling his followers to reject them.

Khalifa's research received little attention in the West. In , Martin Gardner mentioned it in Scientific American. As a result, several major Muslim translations emerged to meet the ensuing demand. One of them was published in , and it is by the first woman to translate the Quran into English, Amatul Rahman Omar, together with her husband, Abdul Mannan Omar [16].

This was the third translation of the Qur'an into English by a woman, after Amatul Rahman Omar, [21] and Aisha Bewley — and the first bilingual translation of the Qur'an.

In a new translation of the Qur'an by Muhammad Abdel-Haleem was also published, with revised editions being published in [25] and When he was dying I said to him: O So and so, I was with So and so, and So and so told me to go to So and so; then So and so told me to go to So and so; then So and so told me to come to you. He said: O my son, by Allaah, I do not know of anyone who follows our way to whom I can advise you to go. But there has come the time of a Prophet, who will be sent with the religion of Ibraaheem.

He will appear in the land of the Arabs and will migrate to a land between two harrahs lave fields; land with black rocks , between which there are palm trees.

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He will have characteristics that will not be hidden. He will eat of what is given as a gift but he will not eat of what is given as charity. Between his shoulder blades is the Seal of Prophethood. If you can go to that land then do so.

They said: Yes. So I gave them the cows and sheep, and they took me there, but when they brought me to Waadi al-Qura they wronged me and sold me as a slave to a Jewish man. When I was with him I saw the palm trees, and I hoped that this was the land that my companion had described to me, but I was not sure. Whilst I was with him, a cousin of his from Banu Qurayzah came to him from Madeenah, and he sold me to him, and he took me to Madeenah.

By Allaah, as soon as I saw it, I recognized it from the description given to me by my companion. I stayed there, and Allaah sent His Messenger, who stayed in Makkah as long as he stayed, and I did not hear anything about him because I was so busy with the work of a slave.

Then he migrated to Madeenah, and by Allaah, I was at the top of a palm tree belonging to my master, doing some work on it, and my master was sitting there. Then a cousin of his came and stood beside him, and said: May Allaah kill Banu Qaylah! When I heard that, I began to shiver so much that I thought I would fall on top of my master.

I came down from the tree and started saying to that cousin of his: What are you saying, what are you saying? My master got angry and he struck me with his fist and said: What has it got to do with you? Go back to your work! I said: Nothing. I just wanted to make sure of what he was saying. This is something that I have to give in charity, and I see that you are more in need of it than anyone else.

I said to myself: This is one. Then I went away and collected some more. The Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him moved to Madeenah, then I came to him and said: I see that you do not eat food given in charity; this is a gift with which I wish to honour you.

The Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him ate some of it and told his companions to eat too.

I said to myself: This is two. I greeted him with salaam then I moved behind him, trying to look at his back to see the Seal that my companion had described to me. The Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him wanted his companions to hear that. Then Salmaan was kept busy with the work of a slave, until he had missed attending Badr and Uhud with the Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him. When you have finished, come to me and I will plant them with my own hand.

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The Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him came out with me and we started to bring the trees close and the Messenger of Allaah peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him planted them with his own hand. By the One in Whose hand is the soul of Salmaan, not one single tree among them died. Thus when you meet him, convey my salutations to him and give him this tablet.

When he died I gave him the funeral bath, shrouded and buried him and taking the tablet reached the monastery he had indicated.

Quran in Persian (Farsi) pdf

Upon reaching there I began to chant: I testify that there is no god except Allah and Isa is the spirit of Allah and that Muhammad is the beloved of Allah. Thus that monk came to me and asked: Are you Ruzbah? So if you meet him, convey my salutations to him and give this tablet to him. When he died I gave him the funeral bath, shrouded and buried him and set out taking the tablet with me.

I met a group of people and I offered to serve them if they gave me food and water and they agreed. When their mealtime arrived, they tied up a sheep and beat it to death. After that they prepared Kebab with some of the meat and some they roasted red on the fire. When I declined to partake it, they said: Eat it! I told them: I am a monk and a young man that spent his life in a monastery and monks do not eat meat. They began to beat me and were about to take my life when some of them said: Wait till the wine arrives.

And know that he would not take wine also. When they brought the wine I said: I am a monk and young man who lived in a monastery and the people of monastery do not imbibe wine. They tied me up and decided to eliminate me. I said: O people, do not beat me or put me to death as I have confessed to be a slave of yours.

And I agreed that I was a bondman of one of them. That person saved me from those people and sold me to a Jew for three hundred dirhams. Salman says that the Jew asked me about my story and I told him about it and said that I had no fault except that I loved Muhammad and his legatee.

The Jew said: Then know that I hate you and Muhammad. He took me outside his house where there was a huge quantity of sand. He said: O Ruzbah, if you are not able to shift all the sand till the morning next I will surely kill you. Salman says: I spent the whole night shifting that sand from one place to another. When I was absolutely exhausted, I raised my hands to the sky and prayed: O my Lord, You have filled up my heart with the love for Muhammad and his legatee.

So I ask you in their names, please hasten my deliverance and save me from this terrible situation. So Allah, the Mighty and Sublime sent a windstorm that transferred all the sand to the spot that Jew had specified. In the morning the Jew was surprised that I had shifted all the sand. Then he said: O Ruzbah, since you have proved to be a sorcerer, I shall throw you out of this town so that you may not destroy the locals.

Thus he externed me from there and sold me to a kind-hearted lady.

Quran in Persian (Farsi) pdf

She was very kind to me. She had an orchard which she put at my disposal and said: It is for you, you can take whatever you want from it or give to anyone or spend in charity. Salman says that: I lived in that orchard for a very long time. One day I was sitting there when a group of seven persons shaded by a cloud came towards me. I said to myself: By Allah all of them cannot be prophets but one of them is definitely a prophet. They moved forward and entered the orchard and the piece of cloud was also moving with them.

They entered the orchard and began to eat the date fruits that had fallen from the trees.

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The Messenger of Allah S was saying: Eat the fallen date fruits and do not spoil anything that belongs to these people.Language Choose to limit your translations based on language. Canadian Muslim Professor T. Archived from the original on 20 December Archived from the original on 4 March This section contains content that is written like an advertisement. Main article: English translations of the Quran The earliest known translation of the Qur'an in any European language was the Latin works by Robert of Ketton at the behest of the Abbot of Cluny in c.

There are numerous translations of the Qur'an in Pashto. Irving 's 'modern English' translation was a major Muslim effort during that time.

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