By the Efforts of Public Relations and Media Affairs of Astan Quds Razavi,
Daily Publication of the 24 Pages of the Shrine Booklet during Karamat Ten Days Celebrations
Sunday , 07/30/2017 - 17:26
انتشار روزانه 24 صفحه نشریه حرم در ایام دهه کرامت
Through the efforts of the Public Relations and Media Affairs of Astan Quds Razavi, during Karamat Ten Days Celebrations, 24-page Shrine Booklet will be published daily.
Through the efforts of the Public Relations and Media Affairs of Astan Quds Razavi, during Karamat Ten Days Celebrations, 24-page Shrine Booklet will be published daily.
According to Astan News, on the occasion of the commemoration of the Karamat Ten Days Celebrations, and in order to inform the services and programs of the Razavi Holy Shrine, a 24-page Shrine Booklet will be published daily.
The number of pages of the booklet has increased by three times compared to the previous years, and increased from eight pages to 24, of which twelve pages reflect the news and events of Astan Quds Razavi, four pages are allocated to the children and four pages in Arabic, English and Urdu for foreign pilgrims.
In the new policy of the shrine booklet, separation of the audience to five groups and the production and publication of periodic supplements are also anticipated, and its release due to the birthday of the Imam Reza (A.S.) has begun since the beginning of Karamat Ten Days Celebrations, and in this regard, eight audience oriented pages per day is foreseen.
Five supplements has been published with the issues of women, cultural organizations, students and seminaries, guilds and different classes of people and the servants and staff of Astan Quds Razavi and during the Karamat Ten Days Celebrations each published two times, and over the course of the year at the consecutive periods the publication will continue.
Shrine publications are distributed among enthusiasts at the entrance to the Holy Shrine, the municipality, the airport, the railway, and the passenger terminal, the Shrine of Hazrat Masoumeh (S.A.), and Shāh Chérāgh.
         
 
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