Hyderabad: The cultural capital of South India, Hyderabad city is hosting an International Quran Exhibition from June 22 to 24, 2019. The exhibition will be open daily from 10 AM till 5 PM at Salar Jung Museum, organisers said.
“In this International The Quran Exhibition famous and leading museums, institutions and centers in Iran and India will be displaying the facsimile copies of the rare and illuminated copies of the holy Quran, the books published in Iran and India related to all the Quranic Sciences in particular the Tafsir (exegesis) and the software products related to the Hifz (memorization), Qiraat (recitation) and the terminology of the Quranic terms.
Those participaning in the exhibition include, Quran and Etrat Division, Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran; Jamia Nizamia, Hyderabad, India;
Islamic Research Foundation, the Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.), Mashhad, Iran; The National Mission for Manuscripts, New Delhi, India; Welayat Foundation, New Delhi, India; Rampur Raza National Library, Rampur, India; Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Telangana & Odisha Zone, India and Al-Mustafa International University, India branch. Siasat Daily, Hyderabad, India is the media partner.
International Seminar on The Quran
Topic: The Commentators (Mufassireen) of the Holy Quran in India and Iran
Saturday 22 June, 2019 10:30 AM-1:30 PM
Venue: Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, India
Auditorium, Western Block
In this International Seminar distinguished scholars from India and Iran in the field of Quranic Sciences will be presenting their research papers regarding the Commentators (Mufassireen) of the Holy Quran in India and Iran.
The seminar is organised by The Quran and Etrat Division of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance of the Islamic Republic of Iran in colloboration with the Consulate General of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hyderabad, India and Welayat Foundation, New Delhi
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