Unveiling of forty manuscripts and historical Quranic 

According to the cultural correspondent of the Journalists’ Club; Dr. Mohammad Sadegh Mahfouzi, Director of the Anthropological Encyclopedia Center and the Museum of Manuscripts, hosted the event. O had invited these exquisite works to the unveiling ceremony.

Based on this report, Dr. Mahfouzi stated that a number of calligraphic works are unveiled every year: “We try to direct our minds and thoughts to this part of the works that has been neglected.”

He added: “Scientific, artistic and cultural works represent the thoughts of great people who have tried to pay more attention to the views of human beings, because glorious, effervescent, wavy and fluid art is the result of thought, and it is this deep thought that can create art.” .

The head of the Anthropological Encyclopedia Center and the Museum of Cultural Works and Manuscripts also said that some in the art of painting, calligraphy, etc., see only the appearance, but those who have been able to figure out great events for human society with a philosophical, wise, enlightened view. And deep down, in fact, art is the fluid average of glorious thoughts, which are valuable.

Criticizing that we are waiting for the creators of these arts not to be among us to pay attention to their valuable works, he said that while our society benefits from these figures and their presence can be used, but in a formal way. This is over.

He also referred to the works of the historical periods of the Safavid Seljuk patriarchy and said: “The western world does not have an ancient written heritage, but it belongs well to the deep thoughts of Khorasan mysticism belonging to the east of the Islamic world to the thoughts of Ibn Arabi, Sadr al-Din Qanooni and Shahab al-Din Suhrawardi.” They have benefited the West of the Islamic world.

The head of the Anthropology Encyclopedia Center and the Museum of Manuscripts added: “We must intelligently pay special attention to the written Iranian-Islamic heritage and overtake the region in order to collect, study the content, catalog and produce micro-films.”