Islamabad (IP) - Iran held an Islamic Calligraphy Exhibition in Islamabad, with the cooperation of the National Institute and the Ancient Museum of Pakistan.

Iran PressAsia: The exhibition was held on the occasion of Unity Week commemorating the auspicious birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). 

The event was held in two parts, one celebrating the auspicious birth anniversary of the Prophet of the world's Muslims, Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), where eulogies were chanted to praise the prophet.

The other part also was the exhibition section, where 60 calligraphic works were on display with the theme of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), the unity of Muslims, and Persian and Urdu poems by Iqbal Lahori. 

Held in Pakistan's Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa), the event was attended by Pakistani figures, including Zafar Mirza, the former Assistant Prime Minister of Pakistan, as a special guest and Ehsan Khazaei, the Cultural Attache of the Islamic Republic of Iran.


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