Qaris, Memorizers from 11 Indian States Take Part in Quran Competition

(IQNA) – The Iranian Cultural Center in New Delhi organized a Quran competition with the participation of 40 Qaris and memorizers from 11 states of .


It was the 22nd edition of the contest and was held on the occasion of the Week and birthday of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Imam Sadiq (AS).

Three Iranian Quran experts, namely Mo’taz Aghaei, Aslinejad and Saeedian supervised the Quranic event, which started on Friday and concluded on Sunday.

In a speech at the closing ceremony of the competition, Iranian Cultural Attaché Mohammad Ali Rabbani said the Quran is the strongest pivot of and accord among all Islamic schools of thought.

Also speaking at the ceremony was Indian Shia scholar Mawlana Shimshad described the Quran and the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) Seerah as the sources of all good things.  

By resorting to the Quran and the Seerah, Muslims can achieve salvation, he said.

The closing ceremony, in which the winners of the competition were announced and awarded, also included Quran recitation by Mo’taz Aghaei and eulogy recitation by an Indian student.




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