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Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 1:01 pm
by khawaib
Hello every one,

Nice to see urdu forum in Joomla.

Is there any component for Quran in urdu translation? If not then can I get urdu translation from anywhere. I will develop a Quran component with urdu translation.

Thnx

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 3:29 pm
by FahadJan
Assalaam O Aliqum wbt,

Can i ask, what do you mean by Urdu translation? There are many websites with Urdu & English translations. Could you please make it clear? I can arrange Quran in Inpage format, if you need !

JazakAllah,
Fahad

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 3:48 pm
by khawaib
Thank you brother for reply,

Have a look at the link,
http://famousmuslims.muslimonline.org/i ... t&surano=1

This is only with English translation but I have a lot of Urdu people here in London who would love to have Urdu translation available. Is there any in Urdu available?

I can develop one in Urdu but thought to check if its already available or not.

Thnx

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 8:19 am
by adnanamir
Dear brother,

Have a look on this link http://www.loveurdu.com/quranurdu/home.asp  are you looking this kind of urdu translation.

Regards,
Eddy.

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 10:36 am
by khawaib
Thnx for reply,

This link has saved .gif images and does not allow user to serach by words or verses.

if your check this link,
http://famousmuslims.muslimonline.org/i ... t&surano=1
You will see that user can search by verses and words and also its saved in database and not as images. I want same thing for my users but with Urdu included as transltion just like English translation is there.

JazakAllah,
Ahmed

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 10:12 am
by adnanamir
AOA,

What i have understand that you want to save Urdu text as Unicode in the database directly and you want that user can search it but entering Urdu text in search.

if this is the case then you can do this by doing some work at your end. one of our friend write that he can arrange Inpage version of Quran. Take inpage version of Quran from him and i can arrage a Unicode converter for you which help you to convert all inpage text in Unicode. which you can easily copy past in your website.

please visit to the www.urduweb.com. this website is running by our very nice friend Nabeel who did lot of work for Urdu text, Urdu search, Urdu converter and Urdu Blogs... remember do not forget to register at urduweb register our there. 

Regards,
Eddy.

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 12:22 pm
by khawaib
Salaam,

Adnan I think that link u posted is wrong and actual link is this u meant, http://www.urduweb.org

I been to this site and its nice. I came across this link http://www.urduweb.org/mehfil/viewtopic ... 1&start=15
I think I can also use this translation (hope the person who posted will not mind - have to contact and him/her).

That site is compeltely in urdu and I can not type urdu and search for urdu convertor. Dont have a urdu keyboard either.

I have holidays this week from work and can spend some time on it.
Will be really nice if you give me Urdu convertor.
Database will have 6232 ayats and I have to be carefull while making sql statements and will take quite bit of time.

Thanks for replies brothers and time,
Ahmed.

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:40 pm
by adnanamir
Dear brother,

sorry to late reply i was out of touch...you can download Urdu converter from this link.

http://www.geocities.com/gsmultipublications/uus.html

Regards,
Eddy

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 6:34 pm
by khawaib
adnanamir wrote: Dear brother,

sorry to late reply i was out of touch...you can download Urdu converter from this link.

http://www.geocities.com/gsmultipublications/uus.html

Regards,
Eddy

Salaams,

Link not working,

regards,
Ahmed

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Thu Feb 22, 2007 7:11 pm
by adnanamir
I am sending you a zip file in your mail. please check your email.

Regards,
Eddy

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 1:03 pm
by AR_Butt
Dear Brothers,

Assalam-o-Alikum!

I am Abdur Raheem, currently living and working in Saudi Arabia. I am having almost the same need as of brother Khawaib i.e., to have a selectable text format database of Quran's Urdu translation (unicode).

What I would like to share with you is, I have been using the world famous Quran Viever software that has functionality to encapsulate as many as language translations as available. And there have been many translations already available on web from : http://www.shaplus.com/free-quran-softw ... wnload.htm

This includes many of them adopted by King Fahad's Quran Complex in Madinah Munawarah. The Urdu translation available there is also the one adopted by Quran Complex Madinah.

Now the difficult part with this software is, that I reads the translations from DBT files (translations). And Mulana Junagarhi's translation's indexed dabase is also available there but again in DBT format.

I have triedd a lot, and have been searching for many conversion tools to onvert this DBT file to dbf of any other common data base format so that I can use it for further development of my work and Da'wah purposes. Why I have been sticking with this particular translation because this has been also been adopted by Saudi Government and Quran Complex.

Today, you can certainly find the most beautiful and simple to read, selectable and copyable urdu translation of Holy Quran at: http://www.qurancomplex.com/Quran/Targa ... a=1&nAya=1

But again, it is just a website and has the complete Quran Translation in Urdu with exclusive footnotes and summarized Tafseer at bottom of each page across 604 pages. Downloading and copying all this information into a database is possible, but a VERY time consuming activity. If you brothers have any information in this regard please share the thought. If you have the copy of this translation databse, or you have any tool that can read data correctly from dbt files, or any thing relevant.

If nothing works, then I willl Inshallah visit personally the Quran Complex in Madinah and request them to please provide this valuabel information because they already have it in almost 40 major langauges.

Best Regards, and May ALLAH Bless you for the good work you are doing (Amen).

JAZAK-UMULLAH KHAIR

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 3:36 pm
by khawaib
Assalam-o-Alikum!

Thansk brother for sharing this valueable information.

I searched for .dbt files editors and found that dBASE and Microsoft Visual FoxPro can edit these files.

I also have whole Quran available from websites and in exe files. To use that in a component for joomla it needs to be in database. The component available at the moment for Quran has SQL files for Quran(Arabic) and English translation. I am working on to create a SQL file so that user can easily run the file and upload whole urdu translation into database on server.

Please let me know if you would like to have the translations I have.

Jazak Allah.
Khawaib Ahmed

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 5:46 am
by asrarulhaq
Assalamoalaikum

I have just landed here through google.com. I want to convert great work of Abdul Karim Parekh sb. ( http://emuslim.com/Quran/Lughat.asp ) into Database driven website. For this I need unicode vesion of Quran e Karim. I plan to import this into Access database both in Aaya by Aaya for Word by Word form. But to begin with I need authenticated version. Quran complex has done a wonderful job but there is no link to download in Unicode form with Erab (اعراب). I shall also develop flah cards module as well.

Please help.

Asrar

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 10:50 pm
by AR_Butt
asrarulhaq wrote: Assalamoalaikum

I have just landed here through google.com. I want to convert great work of Abdul Karim Parekh sb. ( http://emuslim.com/Quran/Lughat.asp ) into Database driven website. For this I need unicode vesion of Quran e Karim. I plan to import this into Access database both in Aaya by Aaya for Word by Word form. But to begin with I need authenticated version. Quran complex has done a wonderful job but there is no link to download in Unicode form with Erab (اعراب). I shall also develop flah cards module as well.

Please help.

Asrar
Walikum-Assalam!

Dear Brother Asrar,

As you know, there is no known source (online) available to get the urdu translation of Quran Karim in database format with indexable and searchable unicode char set.

At the moment I am working on converting URDU translation of Holy Quran by Maulana Junagarhi into Ms Access database format (the same translation has been  adopted by King Fahad Quran Complex Madina and can be found at http://www.qurancomplex.com, but it's not available for download in database). I hope to have it done in couple of months Inshallah, since I am doing it one by one per ayah from the above-mentioned source.

Now coming towards what can I provide you at the moment:

Brother I do have following with me in Access or Excel format in Unicode form. If you are interested in having any of these please let me know, I will send you that Inshallah.


Al-Quran

Arabic Text        (with Erab in Unicode + Database format)


English Translations          (in Unicode + Database format)
by
i - Muhsin Khan (adopted by Quran Complex Madinah / Saudi Government)
ii - M. H. Shakir
iii - Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall


Urdu Translation "In-Progress"        (in Unicode + Database format)

Maulana Junagarhi - also  adopted by Quran Complex Madinah (Saudi Government)

If you are interested in any of these, please let me know, I will be more than happy to share these valuable resources with you.

May Allah Almight guide all of us towards right path and fruitful knowledge of deen, and enable us to perform good deeds in HIS way (Amen).

Have a nice day.

Sincerely yours,

Abdur Raheem

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sat May 26, 2007 9:36 am
by Basim74_36
جملہ کے اردو ترجمہ میں آپکی مدد کی ضرورت ہے۔
یہاں آئیے http://forum.joomla.org/index.php/topic,173984.0.html

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2007 11:17 am
by mominoon
Walaikumusalam

there is a very good website with quran for mobiles as well and they have urdu translation:

http://www.guidedways.com

Salam

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Aug 21, 2007 1:10 pm
by aaimran
Assalam-o-alaikum

If you still have the problem you may send the dbt files to me and I will look into it. I have some experience of converting the text into databases and extracting data from different kind of databases.

Imran

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 6:53 am
by babaphone
Zekr

The best java based software i have ever seen Zekr

http://zekr.org/quran/quran-for-windows

regards

Javed Iqbal
Quran-hadees.com

Latest Quran Kareem Software with urdu Translation

Posted: Sat Dec 12, 2009 7:47 am
by babaphone
Khazain-ul-Hidayat

Latest Quran Kareem Software with urdu Translation released by cleantouch.

http://www.khazainulhidayat.com/downloads.htm

regards

Javed Iqbal
Quran-hadees.com

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2009 2:38 pm
by khawaib
Aslaam Alikum,

Thanks for all the help everyone and the links.

I am very close to finish Quran Component for Joomla 1.5 websites.

Demo can be seen here
I still need to do a bit more work on it and create and test installer files.

Please have a look, any suggestions for improvement are most welcome.

If you would like me to include other languages support
OR
If you are a developer and would like to participate in this or any other projects please contact me here: http://www.khawaib.co.uk/contact.html
There are many other ways to support the projects, please contact for more information.

Waslaam

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2009 12:44 pm
by Ed Williams
AR_Butt wrote:Dear Brothers,

Assalam-o-Alikum!

I am Abdur Raheem, currently living and working in Saudi Arabia. I am having almost the same need as of brother Khawaib i.e., to have a selectable text format database of Quran's Urdu translation (unicode).

What I would like to share with you is, I have been using the world famous Quran Viever software that has functionality to encapsulate as many as language translations as available. And there have been many translations already available on web from : http://www.shaplus.com/free-quran-softw ... wnload.htm

This includes many of them adopted by King Fahad's Quran Complex in Madinah Munawarah. The Urdu translation available there is also the one adopted by Quran Complex Madinah.

Now the difficult part with this software is, that I reads the translations from DBT files (translations). And Mulana Junagarhi's translation's indexed dabase is also available there but again in DBT format.

I have triedd a lot, and have been searching for many conversion tools to onvert this DBT file to dbf of any other common data base format so that I can use it for further development of my work and Da'wah purposes. Why I have been sticking with this particular translation because this has been also been adopted by Saudi Government and Quran Complex.

Today, you can certainly find the most beautiful and simple to read, selectable and copyable urdu translation of Holy Quran at: http://www.qurancomplex.com/Quran/Targa ... a=1&nAya=1

But again, it is just a website and has the complete Quran Translation in Urdu with exclusive footnotes and summarized Tafseer at bottom of each page across 604 pages. Downloading and copying all this information into a database is possible, but a VERY time consuming activity. If you brothers have any information in this regard please share the thought. If you have the copy of this translation databse, or you have any tool that can read data correctly from dbt files, or any thing relevant.

If nothing works, then I willl Inshallah visit personally the Quran Complex in Madinah and request them to please provide this valuabel information because they already have it in almost 40 major langauges.

Best Regards, and May ALLAH Bless you for the good work you are doing (Amen).

JAZAK-UMULLAH KHAIR
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Keep it up...

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 1:23 pm
by mobi9999
AslamoAlaikum Friends,

I was also looking for a unicode based Quran and its translation since long time. Now I got a best site...it provides full Arabic, Urdu and English search in Quran and Quran is saved in unicode arabic and urdu charactersets etc................just try following link.

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/

main page image for Quran search....
Image


JazakAllah and Blessings of Allah for thoese who worked hard for this beutiful Quran site.

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:22 am
by muslimco
Salaam

I'm looking to put up urdu quran too but am yet to figure out how to get arabic on it, itself! please help MuslimCo

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 5:28 am
by saleemkhan
khawaib wrote:Thank you brother for reply,

Have a look at the link,

http://famousmuslims.muslimonline.org/i ... /surano,1/

This is only with English translation but I have a lot of Urdu people here in London who would love to have Urdu translation available. Is there any in Urdu available?

I can develop one in Urdu but thought to check if its already available or not.

Thnx
shukria janab main check karta ho

Re: Aslam Alaikum - Quran with urdu translation?

Posted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 1:37 pm
by saleemkhan
yar ye nai chal rahe website error aa raha hai
aur ye kay mujha koe help kare agar main Quran online read and recite karnay ki option doon apnay visitors ko kaisay