Hand-embroidered Quran attracts pilgrims of the Holy Quran Exhibition in Mecca

 

Pilgrims of the Holy Quran Exhibition in the Jabal Omar area of Mecca were attracted to a special Quran, hand-embroidered by Pakistani woman Naseem Akhtar. 

According to details obtained by Sabaq, it took 15 years to write the Quran, and 17 years to sew it on a special Arash Kt Fabric. 

The Quran was completed after 32 years and measures 300 meters, while the length of the thread used in the holy book is 25 thousand meters in 10 volumes, and each volume contains three parts.

Pakistani Quran reciter Ihsanullah reviewed the verses of the holy book.

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