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Three-day exhibition of Islamic literature begins

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B. Ramanath Rai, District in-charge Minister, at an exhibition organised as part of the silver jubilee celebration of Shanti Prakashana, a publishing house, in Mangalore on Tuesday.— Photo: R. Eswarraj
B. Ramanath Rai, District in-charge Minister, at an exhibition organised as part of the silver jubilee celebration of Shanti Prakashana, a publishing house, in Mangalore on Tuesday.— Photo: R. Eswarraj

A three-day exhibition of books on Islamic literature was inaugurated here in the Town Hall on Monday. The exhibit includes teachings of Prophet Mohammed, personality development and other issues. A separate stall ‘Vision Expo’ that has illustrations on corruption, economic equality, Zakah based on Prophet Mohammed’s teaching was also launched.

The two events are a part of the silver jubilee celebrations of a Mangalore-based publication house Shanti Prakashana which has produced as many as 225 publications.

20 stalls

The exhibition housed over 20 stalls that displayed books on Islamic literature and personality development.

Another stall displayed the Quran in French, Russian, Chinese, Persian, Korean, Thai, Kazak, Braille and several Indian regional languages. District In-charge Minister B. Ramanath Rai inaugurated the event. Health Minister U.T. Khader, Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports K. Abhayachandra Jain and MLAs Mohiuddin Bawa and J.R. Lobo took part.

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