Quran translations in many languages
Note that the Quran was revealed to Muhammad in Arabic only. So, any Quranic translation, either in English or any other language, is neither a Quran, nor a version of the Quran, but rather it is only a translation of the meaning of the Quran.
Quran is the word of Allah (God) that was revealed in Arabic to prophet Muhammad who is the last prophet as stated clearly in the Quran in 33:40. This makes Quran the final testament to mankind. It was placed into Muhammad’s soul on the 27th night of Ramadan, 13 B.H. (Before Hijrah) through the mediation of Angel Gabriel and witnessed by the angels (4:166)
The Quran confirms the revelations given to earlier Prophets, though these might not be accessible to us, in the form they were originally revealed. The most sublime language and a rational message that directly appeals to the human heart have caused this Divine book to move nations and civilizations. It will continue to guide those who turn to Allah with a sincere heart, for all times.
Since time immemorial people have been arguing about “truth” and the criteria to determine the “truth”. Allah makes it clear in the Quran about “ultimate truth.” No book on entity has made such a universal claim with such an authority. The Quran is the Book of Allah with a message of truth for all of mankind.
The Quran is the last testament in a series of divine revelations from God. It consists of the unaltered and direct words of God, which were revealed through the Angel Gabriel to Muhammad, the final prophet of Islam, more than 1400 years ago.