Is it good? too heavy ? helpful ? unnecessary ?
How can it be imroved ?
well .. before we answer these questions ................... Is it good? too heavy ? helpful ? unnecessary ? and how to improve it ??
..... real question is what did QSE say in his post??Tekbir?? Takbeer?? takebeer??
.. well we can not do anything with Tekbir or Takbeer.. But.. but there is little doubt that "takebeer"
with in limits is good .. too much is of anything is heavy .. yes in small amounts it is helpful., may be it is also unnecessary., and we can always improve it.. Even that Quran..........hadith ............Takbeer all can be improved .,I think you did a pretty good job in improving Quran..........hadith and takbeer.,
anyways .. glad to see you again dear al khidr .. So I am reading here and there and curious about this stuff you wrote on Quran
THE ORIGINAL QURAN The Arabic Script of the time of Muhammad did not have the dots (to distinguish some consonants) and dashes (vowelization markers) that we see in our Quran today. The Arabic Script that we use today came after the time of Muhammad, so how did the people record the Quran at the time when Muhammad revealed it ?
According to Islamic Tradition, The Original Quran was recorded on Bones, Leafs, Animal Skin and memorized by different people in various fragments. The Caliphs who came after Muhammad (Abu Bakar, Umar, Usman, Ali) codified, collected and compiled this material into the Original Quran that was written in the Kufic Script.
This is what is contained in this book. Since the Kufic script predates the Arabic script of today, the Quran that we have today was derived from the Original Kufic Quran that is available in this book. Written in gold-leaf Arabic letters of kufic script of the time of Muhammad,this Quran was probably made in Iraq before 800CE and is the only known complete example of its kind.This was acquired by an American named Johns Hopkins in a 1942 bequest.Although
the real value of this Quran cannot be determined by finite means, its material value at that time was $1.9 to 2.9 million.Turkish officials asked that this Quran be returned after it was displayed at Baltimore's Walters University Art Gallery in 1997.
In 1999, the Johns Hopkins University returned this volume of the Koran to the Republic ofTurkey to be reunited with the second volume in Nuruosmaniye Library in Istanbul.This Quran may be difficult to read even for those who know Arabic because without the dots and dashes one needs to have a good knowledge of the language and the Quran to decipher the script, but Casting your eyes on the ancient pages of the original text; that was the source of the Quran which we read today, is a sublime experience that you should not miss.26
So on this Johns Hopkins Kufic script Quran,,
.. Did you or anyone translate all those pages in the above link??
Oops al khidr you already did this....
is that a translation OR YOUR OWN VERSION??
with best wishes'