A variety of cultural and Quranic products are on display in different sections of the exhibit.

Pakistan is the guest of honor at this year’s exhibition, which is also playing host to guests from Lebanon, India, Turkey and several other countries.

Copies of the Holy Quran published by various Iranian and international publishers are on view at the exhibit, which is organized every year during the holy month of Ramadan, known as the spring of the Holy Quran.

The exhibit has also dedicated sections to display top translations and interpretations of the Holy Quran.

A number of meetings, seminars and art exhibitions on the Holy Quran are scheduled to be organized on the sidelines of the event, which will be running until May 25.

Source: Tehran Times