As many as 1451 Quranic sessions are planned to be held during the annual Arbaeen march this year, an official said.
Hassan Mohammadi, the secretary of the Strategic Council for Arbaeen Quranic Activities, told IQNA that the programs will be organized as part of the Quranic Besharat (good news) 1451 plan.
The plan features Quranic activities marking the 1451st year since the revelation of the Holy Quran.
It includes recitation, memorization and elaboration on the concepts and teachings of two Surahs of the Holy Quran, Surah al-Mulk and Surah al-Waqea.
He said the Quranic sessions will be held on the path of Arbaeen pilgrims to the holy city of Karbala in Iraq.