Non-Iranian students attend the Holy Shrine

Non-Iranian students attend the Holy Shrine

A group non-Iranian students with 10 different nationalities attend the holy shrine of Imam Reza (AS).

“More than 28 Muslim girl students from Iraq, Pakistan, India, Austral-ia, Canada etc., attended the holy shrine and while visiting different places in this sacred establishment, enjoyed the religious-cultural programs conducted,” the head of the group told the Astan News correspondent. 

Narges Heshmati added that these students came to Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad after the pilgrimage of the Hazrat Masumeh in the city of Qom. After the conclusion of the pilgrimage and the acquisition of spiritual gains, they benefited from the special programs managed by the Non-Iranian Pilgrims Affairs Office of Astan Quds Razavi in Dar al-Rahmeh Portico of the holy shrine.

Apart from visiting the AQR Central Library and Central and Carpet Museums and attending the Guesthouse of Imam Reza, they also participated at the Q&A sessions and playing a film on the presentation of the holy shrine both in English,” Heshmati said. 

At the end of the ceremony, the members of the group received cultural products and blessing packages from the management of the Non-Iranian Pil-grims Affairs.

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