Indian teachers of Persian language and literature visit Imam Reza holy shrine

A group of professors of Persian language and literature from the best Indian universities of Lucknow, Bhagalpur and Khajeh Mu’in al-Din Chishti paid a visit to the central library and the museum of the holy shrine.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A group of professors of Persian language and literature from the best Indian universities of Lucknow, Bhagalpur and Khajeh Mu’in al-Din Chishti paid a visit to the central library and the museum of the holy shrine.

Visiting the central library which contains references in 98 languages, Halim Akhtar Abu Muhammad, head of the Persian department at Bhagalpur University, said such a large and rich research center is necessary for any nation.

He also highlighted the unique architectural features of the library building and called it the pride of Iran and the Islamic world.

“It is a place for research and the religious references have paved the way for theological studies of all kinds,” Abu Muhammad said.

He further pointed out the popularity of the central library among Indians, saying that many are keen to visit the place.

Elsewhere, Malek Salim Javeed, head of the Persian department at Jawaharlal Nehru University, spoke of young Indians’ interest in learning the Persian language, calling the central library of the holy shrine an ideal place for literary research. Persian.

Praising the building’s exquisite architecture, Javeed noted, “Such a monument with so many delicate architectural features does not exist in India.”

“Iranian civilization and culture are embedded in this architecture and the use of Persian poetry in praise of Imam Reza indicates the love of Persian poets for the Imam,” Javeed argued.

He concluded that the place is ideal for research regardless of nationality and expressed his interest in conducting research on manuscripts centered on Persian literature.

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