all in english, or arabic and english? I have qurans which both arabic and english, plus a very good one with just rnglish.
visit this website which contains more than one translation for the Qur'an meanings.You can even heard the citation on the same page,in Arabic of course :-
I think one of the best translations of the Quaran is:
"The Meanings of the Holy Quran" By Moulana Abdullah Yusuf Ali.
None. However they all have great benefits. Translation is an improper term because we can only give a meaning of what is in Arabic into another language.
I prefer the translation by two persons:
- Mohsin Khan
- Abdullah Yousuf Ali
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