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Ahmad Raza Khan wrote the translation in Urdu. It has been subsequently translated into other European and South Asian languages including English, Hindi, Bengali, Dutch, Turkish, Sindhi, Gujarati and Pashto.
- The Holy Qur'án (The treasure of faith) Kanzul Iman (urdu), Rendered into English, Professor Shah Faridul Haque.
- Other translation was completed by Professor Hanif Akhtar Fatmi. Aqib Farid Qadri recently published a third translation.
- De Heilige Qoraan, Rendered into Dutch by Gulam Rasool Allahdin
- Kur'an-i Karîm, Rendered into Turkish by İsmail Hakkı İzmirli
- Paula Youngman Skreslet; Rebecca Skreslet (January 1, 2006). The Literature of Islam: A Guide to the Primary Sources in English Translation. Rowman & Littlefield. pp. 232–. ISBN 978-0-8108-5408-6. Retrieved September 15, 2013.
- Maarif Raza, Karachi, Pakistan. Vol.29, Issue 1-3, 2009, pages 108-09
- Shah, Faridul Haque (1988). "The Holy Qur'an". iqra.net. Dar ul 'Ulum Amjadia, Karachi. Retrieved 8 April 2015.
- İsmailHakkı İzmirli (1998). "Kur'an-ı Kerim ve Türkçe Anlamı". iqra.net. De Mohammadi Stichting Nederland, Amsterdam. Retrieved 9 April 2015.
- Online Quran Project includes the Qur'an translation by Kanzul Iman (Farid ul Haque).
- 100 Years of Kanzul Eman Fi Tarjamatil Quran in 1430 Hijrah
- Al Quran Kanzul Eman at Alahazrat.net
- Al Quran Kanzul Eman (Noorul Irfan & Khazain ul Irfan) at Rehmani.net
- Urdu Transaltion of Quran from Kanzul Iman with Tafseer
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