Unveiling of 20 manuscripts of Dr. Mahfoozi Ramadan Museum 2016

In a ceremony attended by prominent cultural figures, 20 Quranic, scientific, cultural and artistic manuscripts of the Mahfouzi Museum were unveiled.

According to ISNA, the director of the private museum Mahfouzi announced: In this unveiling ceremony, exquisite and rare manuscripts were introduced and unveiled due to their antiquity, the importance of writing in a special historical period, decorative details and artistic aspects and delicate visual techniques.

“Mohammad Sadegh Mahfouzi” explained that every year during the holy month of Ramadan, 20 manuscripts that have more prominent features than the other works purchased are unveiled. The happiness of Imam Mohammad Ghazali from the 8th century AH and the place of prayer of Khajeh Abdullah Ansari in Nastaliq Jali script were unveiled in this ceremony.

He considered the mirror frame decorated with the image of Amir al-Momenin (AS) and Persian poems presented to Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar as one of the unveiled works and added: Laki and Gol and the scroll of the genealogy of the Imams and their descendants in Naskh script on both sides and related to the year 700 AH were among the other works that were considered by experts.

* Photo printing of two other exquisite linear works

The head of the Anthropology Encyclopedia Center announced the publication of a photo of two exquisite manuscripts of the book “Sabah Prayer” and the book “Jami Bills” in his collection, and referring to the broken calligraphy of Mirza Gholamreza Isfahani in the writing of Jami Bills, added: The whole book includes 43 The page is 12 lines, the first pages of which have a beautiful title with azure, gold, yellow, orange, black and white motifs, and the colors have been used with interesting elegance and variety in the lines and tables of the next pages.

Mahfouzi also explained about the antiquity of writing the book: The signature of the author of the work, dated 1291 lunar, can be seen.

He stated that the photo printing of the mentioned work was published this Ramadan with the introduction of “Ali Heidrisavoli” and the efforts of “Seyyed Sadegh Hosseini Eshkori”: The photo printing of this 148-page book was done by Ibn Sina Research Institute.

In another part of his speech, he referred to the publication of a photo publication of another book called “Prayer of Sabah” and said: This prayer, which is considered one of the beloved prayers of Amir al-Mu’minin (AS), was written by “Mohammad Shafi Tabrizi” in 1237 AH. The script has been transcribed.

Emphasizing that some of the various translations of this prayer have been published in the first pages of the book, he said: The biography and works of the author of the book are also summarized on pages 41 and 42. A photo edition of this prayer has been published in the form of a 94-page, color book by the Ibn Sina Research Institute, and its introduction has been written by Seyyed Sadegh Hosseini Eshkevari.

This collector mentioned the manuscript of Khwarezmshahi reserve related to the year 640 AH, the spiritual Masnavi in ​​the Nastaliq script of 1256 AH and the reference of the documents in the handwriting of Amir Kabir, as other copies unveiled at the ceremony and continued: Ferdowsi Shahnameh related to the year 1240 AH, the book “Summary of the Language” by Wesal Shirazi with a combination of Nastaliq and broken Nastaliq scripts, the book of ode “Bousiri slave”, “Proof of sufficiency in the rules of astronomy”, part 16 of the Holy Quran in the line of Reyhan 5 lines, “Zad al-Ma’ad” in the script The manuscripts written by “Abdullah Ibn Ashour”, the book of biography and history of Imam Reza (AS) in Nastaliq script and the Quran in “Bihari” script were among the other manuscripts unveiled during the holy month of Ramadan this year.

According to Mahfouzi, at the unveiling ceremony, “Akbar Irani”, head of the Written Heritage Center, Dr. “Mirjalaluddin Kazazi”, Shahnameh researcher, Dr. “Habibollah Azimi”, deputy director of the National Library of Iran, Dr. “Seyed Sadegh Eshkori”, head of the Center for Islamic Reserves, Professor Mehdi Atiq The manuscript restorer was Dr. Ali Heydarisavoli, a university professor, Professor Amir Ahmad Falsafi, a calligrapher, Dr. Shahram Yousefifar, deputy director of the National Library of Iran, and finally Professor Seyed Hassan Amin, a professor at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom.