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Tajik language is a modern variety of Persian spoken in the Central Asia and is the official language of Tajikistan. More than four million people wordwide speak Tajik which is mostly written in a variant of Cyrillic script. The Holy Quran has been translated in Tajik language by AbdolMohammad Ayati and is available on the Tanzil.info website (download it from here).
Dhivehi (or Divehi) is the official language of Maldives and is also spoken in some parts of Southern India. The Holy Quran has been translated in Dhivehi by the Office of the President of Maldives and is available online at tanzeel.info.
The Holy Quran is read by many Muslims including Arabs and non-Arabs. Even in Arabic speaking countries, Arabic language is written in different styles, whereas non-Arabic Muslims also use different writing styles for reading the Holy Quran.
Due to this fact, the Noble Quran has been published with different scripts or styles. Following is a summary of publications of the Holy Quran in different scripts, present on the Internet for reading.
- The Holy Quran in Uthmani Script
- The Holy Quran in Dory Script
- The Holy Quran in Warsh Script
- The Holy Quran in Kaloon Script
- The Holy Quran in Indian Script
This list contains the translations of the Holy Quran in various languages which are present on the Internet. This list is not complete and new links and languages will be added with time.
Please note that not all of the following translations are authentic. Many have unknown publisher and unknown translator. Hence do not consider this list as a list of authentic Quranic translations.
Inform us if you find any broken links in this list.
Total Languages included here: 66