Download All Surah In Zip
Download Surah Save Link As
12 Yusuf (Joseph),سورة يوسف
30 Ar-Rum (The Romans),سورة الروم
32 As-Sajdah (The Prostration),سورة السجدة
The history of the printing of Al- Quran
As I have mentioned earlier that Allah (swt) has promised to safeguard his Quran from corruption. One of the ways in which Almighty Allah has protected His Word is by preserving it in the hearts of millions of Muslims throughout the world. There are many Huffaaz (singular:hafiz) in this Ummat who have memorized the entire Quran. Besides its memorization, Al-Quran was also preserved in a written form right since the blessed time of Prophet Muhammad (saw).
The copies of the Arabic Quran used to handwritten before the invention of printing. Once printing was invented (15th century A.D), the Muslim world also benefited from it by publishing copies of Al-Quran. It was a non-Muslim press, which printed the first copy of the Quran, in Hamburg, West Germany (1701 A.D).
However, the first Muslims to print an edition of Al- Quran were in the Russian town of St. Petersburg (1787). In 1827, Al-Quran was published in Tehran. Following this the Muslim world began to produce printed copies of Al-Quran in plentitude.
Though Al-Quran has been translated into all the major languages of the world, yet the original Arabic text is still safeguarded, not just in print but also in the hearts of millions of Huffaaz (singular: Hafiz) worldwide.
In this respect it is worth mentioning that when any translation of Al-Quran is published, it is essential that the translation be placed beneath the Arabic text and not next to it. This ensures that the Quranic text does not get mixed along with anything else.
Listen Quran Online
remember me in your prayers