A rare Quran manuscript with three calligraphy types is given as a gift to the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine.

The Iranian calligrapher Sayed Ali Asghar Mousavian from the Republic of Iran, gave a valuable copy of the holy Quran to the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, which was written in three types of calligraphies; Thuluth, Naskh and Rayhan. And this copy is one of the nine unique and rare copies that he worked on for more than two years, by ten hours a day.

Mr. Mousavian has stated: "I am proud to present this gift to the shrine of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him), and I hope to have the honor of accepting it from me. This copy was written by a natural ink, which was manufactured in a rare technical way. It weighs thirty kilograms. And I am willing to write other copies to give it as gifts to the holy shrines in Iraq."

The officers of the al-Abbas (p) holy shrine has appreciated Mr. Mousavian efforts in accomplishing this magnificent masterpiece, praying that his reward of the Almighty would be filled with light, and assuring that his name will be honored to enter the library of the holy shrine near the holiest place in the world; the sanctuary of the Moon of Bani Hashem (peace be upon him).

The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine offered Mr. Mousavian in-kind gifts from the holy sanctuary in appreciation of his blessed efforts.

It is to note that the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine receives many gifts from the lovers and followers all over the world in form of a vow or a gift, which they are received according to regular receipts proving the name of the gift provider and his address by two copies, one copy is given to the gift provider and the other copy is kept in private records.
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