TERJEMAHAN TAFSIR AL MANAR PDF
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It has issued a call for the cooperation and assistance in this project of all interested scholars and institutions throughout the world so that a unique world collection of the translations of the Qur'an, complete and partial, accessible to scholars and researchers throughout the world, could be established.
It has also plans to make the translations available on computer diskettes so as to make them available to researchers and scholars for future work. The Centre has also called upon Qur'anic scholars and experts throughout the world to assist it in the task of precise evaluation of the existing translations in different languages.
The Awqaf Organization has also established a major publishing house in the city of Qum with considerable printing facilities, with an annual capacity of printing about 3 million copies, for the purpose of making the Qur'an and its translations available to Muslim communities throughout the world. The field of Qur'anic studies is a vast discipline that is constantly expanding. Every year there appear numerous works dealing with diverse aspects of the Qur'an and some of the earlier works become available for the first time in print.
Apart from scores of articles in various journals and theses that are written see the Qur'anic bibliography of 'Abd al-Jabbar alRafa'i, Mu'jam al- dirasat al-Qur'aniyyah [Qum: Markaz-e Farhang wa Ma'arif-e Qur'an H.
Box , Qum. Box which also publishes Risalat alQur'an, an Arabic journal. Box , Arak,Iran. AI-Tawhid, Vol.
XII, No. Some commentaries are also included as they also often include a translation of the Qur'an. Included in this vast survey, unprecedented in its scope, are listed about complete translations and selections and partial translations in 65 languages. The complete translations, so far as the survey has recorded their different editions, were printed times and the selections and partial works times. The total numbers of editions listed is A total of library catalogues, national bibliographies, indices, papers, articles, as well as library collections in different centuries were researched.
Ihsanoglu has written a preface and an introduction whose Arabic version appears at the end , entitled "Introduction to the History of Translating the Meanings of the Holy Qur'an. A name, title, and a chronological index are placed at the end.
In the introduction the author gives an outline of the views of Muslim scholars and jurists concerning the translation of the Qur'an in general and its use as a substitute for the Arabic original in prayer.
The general opinion of the Islamic schools of law considers the translation of the Qur'an as legitimate or even necessary, but disapproves of its use as a substitute for Arabic in prayer. The editions under every language are listed alphabetically according to the names of the translators and under each name, mostly, in a chronological order.
The available particulars pertaining to an edition, including the title, number of volumes, number of the edition, place and year of publication, and names of publisher and printer are given. The size of the published work, the number of pages pertaining to every volume as well as the script of the translation are mentioned under every entry with the sources of reference.
Occasionally, there are additional remarks about the nature of the work, and the background of the translator, Translations whose authors are unknown as well as those undertaken by teams of scholars are mentioned under entries marked "Anonymous" and placed at the end of the list pertaining to a given language. Whereas the general rule followed is to list the names of the translators according to the their last or family names, the rule followed elsewhere, such as in the case of Urdu, is to list them in the order of the first name.
As most of the bibliographical details were gleaned from the sources and the authors did not have direct access to most of the works, some errors in determining the exact nature and content of some works and their ascription to authors and translators were inevitable.
For instance, a translation in Esperanto by Italo Chiussi is mentioned among Spanish translations also mentioned under Esperanto.
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This is particularly true of languages in which there is a large number of works, such as Urdu and Persian. Due to problems of access some of the information given is incorrect. The Fath al-'Aziz, or Tafsir-e.
As promised by Prof. Ihsanoglu, the Director General of the lRCICA, in his preface, the project in its next stage will cover translations in manuscript form as well as oral translations.
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The list of translations given here, except for those in Urdu, is based mainly on this bibliography. The list of Urdu translations is based mainly on the bibliography of Urdu translations by Dr.
Ahmad Khan, which is more up-to- date. It has entries of editions of complete and partial translations, of which pertain to complete and to partial works.
Of these, according to the author's estimate, there are about complete translations. Turkish: According to one opinion a Turkish version of al-Tabari's Tafsir was prepared simultaneously with the Persian version of it. None of these is, however, extant. The first Turkish translation to be published was the Tafsir al-Tibyiin Cairo Its first edition was published in Calcutta in Both were sons of Shah Wali Allah.
There is an old translation in Deccani Urdu done in the beginning of the l0th century. Views differ as to the first partial translation.
According to one opinion it was the translation of the 30th Juz' by Ghulam Akbar 'Ali of Mirzapur in According to others, the first incomplete translation was by Mawlana Amir al-Din Bachchumiyan. Gujrati: The first complete translation was by 'Abd al-Qadir b. Luqman Bombay Kashmiri: The first partial translation was by Muhammad Yahya Shah, published in Hindi: Reportedly, the first "Hindi" translation was done as early as by an scholar from Iraq deputed by 'Abd Allah ibn 'Umar, the ruler of Sindh, at the request of Raja Mahrook of Punjab and Kashmir.
The translation did not go beyond Surat Ya Sin. In view of the fact that the word "Hindi" is understood in the sense of "Indian" by many West Asians, the translation might have been in some Indian language of the time see the following para. The first full translation in modern Hindi was done by Dr. Ahmad Shah Masi.
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This one might be the same as the one mentioned above. The first extant Sindhi translation was done by Akhund 'Azaz Allah Mutta'lawi and first published in Gujrat in The first to appear in print was by Muhammad Siddlq Lahore Scholars including Suyuti have expressed their admiration towards this tafsir, regarding it as the most valuable of commentaries.
The scholars affirmed that reading and writing the translation of the Quran in Persian was permissible for those who did not speak Arabic. Subsequently, the King ordered a group of scholars from Transoxiana and Khorasan to translate Tafsir al-Tabari into Persian. The Persian translation of the tafsir has survived and has been published numerous times in Iran.
Editions of Tabari's commentary on the Qur'an: Edition published in thirty vols. New edition published in 12 volumes by Dar al-Kutub al-'Ilmiyah, Beirut, An account with brief extracts given by O.
Loth in the Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft, vol. The commentary on the Qur'an, by Abu Ja'far Muhammad b. Cooper, general editors, W. Madelung, A. Oxford University Press, The late author did not carry this beyond the first volume. It is out of print. Commentary on the Quran, Vol. This is a replica of the Cooper translation.Can I make a topic hidden or private?
It has also plans to make the translations available on computer diskettes so as to make them available to researchers and scholars for future work. The general opinion of the Islamic schools of law considers the translation of the Qur'an as legitimate or even necessary, but disapproves of its use as a substitute for Arabic in prayer. Log In Sign Up. To give only tentative and approximate figures, the largest number of works, pertains to Urdu , including the anonymous translations , followed by Persian 57 , Turkish 50 , English 41 , Bengali 33 , German 22 , Indonesian, Malay and Javenese together 19 , French 17 , Panjabi 14 , Sindhi and Spanish both 13 , and Pashto Remember me on this computer.
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