Ahmadiyya community members hold Holy Quran exhibition

One of many displays of the Holy Quran at the March 9, 2024, exhibition organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Women’s Auxiliary, in Old Bridge, NJ. PHOTO: Courtesy organizers.

On Saturday, March 9, 2024, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Women’s Auxiliary held its first Holy Quran Exhibition at the Bait ul Hadi Mosque in Old Bridge, New Jersey.

The event showcased 40 different translations of the Holy Quran. The exhibition also featured a Braille version of the Holy Quran, highlighting inclusivity and accessibility, a press release from the organization said.

Visitors had the opportunity to explore the diverse interpretations and translations of the Quran. Information about each translation’s origin and acknowledgment of the people in various regions who speak each language was also given.

Visitors were able to physically explore each Quran on display for a truly immersive experience.

Holy Quran Exhibition held March 9, 2024, in Old Bridge, NJ, organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Women’s Auxiliary. PHOTO: Courtesy organizers

Some of the topics highlighted during the event included women’s empowerment, how to achieve peace, and scientific prophecies depicted in the Holy Quran. A comprehensive presentation about how the Holy Quran has been perfectly preserved for over 1,400 years since its revelation to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was also given, the press release noted.

“The exhibition served as a meaningful platform for promoting interfaith dialogue and understanding, engaging attendees and fostering a stronger and more profound connection with the Holy Quran,” organizers said, adding, “This event, created by women and for women, was borne out of a desire to share the love of the Holy Quran with the community.”



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