AQR holds poetry night for foreign pilgrims
Tuesday , 02/11/2020 - 17:40
AQR holds poetry night for foreign pilgrims
Astan Quds Razavi’s Office for Foreign Pilgrims’ Affairs has held its fourth International Poetry Night of Islamic Revolution for foreign pilgrims on the eve of victory anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.

Speaking on the sideline of the event themed “The True Dawn”, Hassan Gholampour, director of the Office for Foreign Pilgrims’ Affairs, said: “The poetry gathering saw a group of ritual poets reading their poems on different topics including martyrs of the Islamic Revolution, Islamic Revolution and religious government, comparison between Islamic Revolution and other world revolutions, people’s duty in relation to the religious government, weaknesses, strengths and achievements of the Islamic Revolutions, Imam Khomeini (RA) and revival of Islam, Iran’s Islamic Revolution, and paving the way for reappearance of Imam Mahdi (AS)”. 
Gholampour added: “Poems were read in Arabic, Urdu, Persian, English, and Azeri languages. Three poets from Lebanon and Syria, three Urdu language poets from Pakistan and India, two from Azerbaijan, and one Persian language poet from Pakistan were elected as winners of the event”. 
Gholampour concluded his remarks by saying: “The True Dawn poetry night had been announced in a five-language notification at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Imam Reza International University, Razavi University of Islamic Sciences and al-Mustafa University in last December and the event’s secretariat received 70 poems from 11 countries”.