PRLog - Nov. 2, 2012 - MUMBAI, India -- Kota (Rajasthan): The National Dussehra Fair in Kota city of Rajasthan started with traditional zeal after burning the statue of Ravana on 23rd Oct. In the fair, an Islamic exhibition, covering an area of 60*45 feet is being organised. This exhibition is being organised in different language-based sections such as English, Urdu, Hindi and Arabic. There are thousands of Islamic books and Multimedia products displayed covering different topics related to Islam in different languages, particularly the holy Quran is available at least in 10 languages. In addition to the displaying the books and multimedia products are also available for sale on special price and discounts to both Muslims and non-Muslims visitors.
Islamic Exhibition at National Dussehra Fair @Kota
There are banners displaying the translations of Quranic verses, Ahadees, and the views of different scholars (Mahatma Ghandi etc.) about the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
There is a special desk for the person who wants to know anything about Islam. A Dawah kit consists of Translated versions of Holy Quran, a few books or Islamic literature and folders introducing Islam is freely distributing among the Non-Muslim visitors.
Today on November 2nd Er. Khurseed Hussain (Zonal Patron, Jamaat e Islami Hind Rajasthan) visited the Dawah desk and addressed the volunteers on the importance of Dawah work and gave suggestions for improving the exhibition.
It is to be noted that this exhibition is going to be continued till Nov 11, 2012 and the visitors can visit there between 6pm to 12.30 am and benefit from the opportunity.
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