Grand Islamic exhibition unveils centuries of rich heritage, history


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This representational image shows Islamic exhibition. — XReasahAlharmain

Islamabad: Embracing the holy month of Ramazan, Islamabad becomes the proud host of a series of captivating Islamic exhibitions, shedding light on the opulent heritage and history of Islam. This year’s exhibition, distinguished by its exceptional curation, offers a rare opportunity for attendees to encounter priceless artifacts from Islamic history.

One of the exhibition’s highlights is a 40-year-old cover of the Kaaba, accompanied by the sacred key to the Kaaba, symbolizing guardianship over the revered Masjid al-Haram. Adding to the allure, the exhibition features the blessed sandals of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), enhancing its popularity and spiritual significance.

A mesmerizing collection of ancient Qur’anic manuscripts takes centre stage, spanning centuries and providing a visual journey through the evolution of Islamic calligraphy and manuscript tradition. The exhibition also proudly displays a 1000-year-old model of the Kaaba, offering a tangible link to the past.

Beyond these remarkable pieces, the exhibition unfolds a diverse array of Islamic artefacts, spanning the Ottoman and Mughal eras. From exquisite calligraphy to finely crafted metalwork, these artefacts provide insights into the artistic and cultural achievements of Islamic civilizations throughout history.

The 10-day exhibition is designed to offer participants a comprehensive and profound experience, allowing them to delve into the depths of Islamic heritage and history. Serving as a testament to Islam’s enduring legacy, the exhibition highlights its profound impact on art, culture, and civilization.

Visitors are invited to explore and immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Islamic history, fostering a deeper understanding of the contributions of Islamic civilizations to the global cultural landscape. The exhibition stands as a beacon, showcasing the vibrancy and timelessness of Islam’s cultural and artistic heritage.

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