Exhibition Of Islamic Art Objects And Rare Quranic Manuscripts Concludes At TRC

 SRINAGAR— Five-day Rare Quranic Manuscripts and Art Objects Exhibition conclude here with the pledge to take every step for their preservation and secure it for future generations.

On a concluding day, hun­dreds of people visited the venue including students from various educational institutions.

On the sidelines of the exhibi­tion, Hamdiya/ Naatiya Mush­aerah was also organized at TRC complex in which prominent poets of Urdu and Kashmiri lan­guages recited poetry.

Mushaera was presided over by Prof Naseem Shafaiee while as Showkat Ansari and Manshoor Banhali were also in the presidium.

Those who recited there Ka­laams on the occasion include Prof Naseem Shafaiee, Showkat Ansari, Manshoor Banhali, Nisar Gulzar, Gh Rasool Josh, Azhar Hashmi, Fa­rooq Bukhari, Khursheed Qureshi, Nayeem Kashmiri, Gh Qadir Attar, Amin Ashraf, Dr. Shahid Hussain, Nusrat Iqbal, Syed Bashir Kousar, Maqbool Shaida, Ab Majid Hasrat, Syed Wiqar Danish, Gh Nabi Sha­heen, Manzoor Manzar, Wahid Ahmad Malik and Farhat Nazeer. Proceedings of the function were conducted by Dr.Syed Iftikhar Ahmad. Vote of thanks was pre­sented by M. Ashraf Tak (Chief Editor JKAACL).

The event was organized by J&K Cultural Academy in col­laboration with INTACH, Depart­ment of Libraries, Department of Archives, Shashvat Art Galery Jammu, Directorate of Tourism, Kashmir, Peerzada Collections and Hakeem Collecti

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