RIYADH: A copy and a drawing of the Holy Prophet Qanaalin has been exhibited in an exhibition titled “Imprints of Hijrat Rasool PBUH” at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture “Astra” in Saudi Arabia.
According to the famous Moroccan Muhaddith Ibn Asaker, this copy of Nalin Pak was made in 1300. Ibn Asakir’s era is 1287.
These manuscripts are usually distributed to hadith scholars in Islamic capitals, where scholars are entrusted with the responsibility of preserving and transmitting the teachings and hadiths of the Prophet.
On the beginning of the new Hijri year, the exhibition was recently inaugurated by the Governor of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, Prince Saudi bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, which was attended by high-level officials and researchers of Islamic art and history, intellectuals and guests. of
This exhibition will continue for nine months. After that, the exhibition will be held in Riyadh, Jeddah and Madinah. Later it will be held in other cities of the world.
The main purpose of this exhibition is to shed light on the migration of the Prophet of Islam from Makkah to Madinah.
Meanwhile, Abdullah Al-Rashid, director of the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture “Astra” said that “Migration in the Footsteps of the Holy Prophet” is not only an exhibition; Rather, it is an integrated quality project, presented in a contemporary manner in an extraordinary and unparalleled style through a traveling world exhibition.
It includes antiquities and other items related to Prophetic migration and has been prepared under the supervision of experts.
He further said that Ehra Center had been working on the preparation and designing of the exhibition for three years. More than 70 researchers and artists participated in its preparation and painstakingly designed the objects. He pointed out that the exhibition showcases a group of artefacts, including a collection of textiles, manuscripts and artefacts.
These artefacts are a rich reflection of Islamic civilization. The center has prepared the exhibition in partnership with various local and international institutions.
In preparation for the exhibition, the National Museum – Shah Abdulaziz Complex for Endowment Libraries – in Riyadh, the Islamic Arts House Museum in Jeddah and the Turquoise Mountain are involved.