Fateh Muhammad Jalandhari

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Maulana Fath Muhammad Jalandhri
Jalandhar, Punjab, British India
Known forTranslation of the Qur'an Fath Al Hameed
OccupationIslamic scholar

Fateh Muhammad Jalandhri is an Islamic scholar from the subcontinent. He is known for translating Quran in Urdu language.


Born in Jalandhar, Punjab, British India, Jalandhri's most significant contribution lies in his Urdu translation of Quran.[1] The first publication of the translation occurred in 1900 in Amritsar, under the title Fath Al Hameed.[2][3]


  • Fath Al Hameed (Urdu translation of Qur'an)
  • Mabadi Al-Qasa' (Early Book of Urdu Rules)
  • 'Afzal Al-Qasa'
  • 'Minhaj Al-Qasa'
  • Irshadat al-Qur'an
  • Al-Islam
  • Nafais al-Qasas wal-Hikayat
  • Al-Iyaqut Al-Murjan
  • Nafees Tuhfa
  • Miftah-ul-qavaid[4]


  1. اردو زبان کا اِرتقا، تراجمِ قرآن کی روشنی میں (in اردو). Ma‘ārif Research Journal.
  2. Cruz Gabriel, Marie (1996). A Silence in the City and Other Stories. ‎ Orient Longman. p. 339. ISBN 8125008284.
  3. Holy Vedas and Islam. Q.S. Khan's Books. ISBN 9789380778112.
  4. Literary Notes: The 100 best Urdu books. The Dawn.com. 2015.

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