Speaking on the occasion Dr. Iqrar Ahmad Khan said that this exhibition is source of spiritual inspiration not only for students but it is an enthusiastic experience for people from all walks of life. He added that due to collection of ancient hand-written Holy Book this exhibition has a touch of historic fragrance.
It is worth mentioning that a 1250 years old Qura’an written in Ibrani language as well as various manuscripts of Qura’n-E-Majeed written during 150 to 300 years old era. The old manuscripts of Holy Qura’an in French, Albanian, Spanish, German, Turkish, Bosnian, Russian, English, African, Uzbek, Tamil, Hindi and other languages are exhibited here.
World’s smallest Holy Qura’an as well as “Tafseer” written by various Islamic Scholars has also been showcased. Some of antiques manuscripts blended with Gold, Silver and Precious Stones are being exhibited. The calligraphy and Cd’s, as well as Soft wares are also being showcased.
This exhibition will remain open from 14th to 15th April, from 09:00 a.m. to 09:00 p.m. and subsequently on 16th to 17th April at Faisalabad Arts Council.