Translating Grand Qur’ān in the 21st century through Triplet Theory of Translation


Preface

1. Language: Origin and Prime Language

2.  Language and Dialect of Qur’ān

3. Source of Grand Qur’ān:   the Mother - Principal Book

4. Format and Organization

First sub set of the miscellany of Grand Qur’ān   Second sub-set

5. Translation and interpretation

Definition of translation and interpretation

Need for self-translation and comprehension

Works of certain Religious scholars on the Divine Book - mingling and jumbling of stories.

6. Theory of Translation

Prevalent Translation Theories

Triplet Theory of Translation

7. Semantic of  Grand Qur’ān and DNA

Semantics of DNA

Semantics of Grand Qur’ān

Common Peculiarities between Qur’ān  and DNA

8. Palavers about Grand Qur’ān

Is Qur’ān translatable?

Is translating and comprehending Qur’ān very difficult

What was the necessity of rendering Qur’ān facilitative

Did our Teacher write the Qur’ān

9. How was Qur’ān rendered facilitative for reading.

10. How was it rendered facilitative for comprehending.

By enabling effortless recognition of words and phrases.

By unique device: تَصْرِيفٌ like displaying event using multiple cameras.

By similes and analogies of selected instances.

Bt marvellous of literary device: : evocative luminous enlightenments

By using minimum vocabulary and grammatical units.

By organizing it in Encyclopaedic Format.

11. Semantic Density of Divine Discourse

Greater the semantic density, easier is it to understand and interpret.

12. It is a non-fiction, self-explanatory -  exegetical book:

13. Critical thinking: تَدَبُّرٌ: Using background information.

Epilogue

 

 

 

 

Vol-2

Best Method of self-translating and understanding

Translation and comprehension resembles digestion process.

Responsibilities of the publisher of Original Text

Plagiarism is cognizable offence

Translators and exegetes have no right to insert stories in target text

Ethical and professional prerequisites for translator and interpreter of Qur’ān.

Title: Ambit of the Book

Theses statement.

Thesis statement, second sentence:

Infinitely Reliable Book - No peeving content

  Infallible Discourse

: The Permanent Manual for aright conduct in Earthly Life

: Epithet of Grand Qur’ān: Memoir of Existence: Referential/Reference Book.

(b)  : Classification - categorization - demarcation and individuation 

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22. Divine Origin

 

 

Written on papers

Urdu Tafsir

 

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