Hawzah News Agency (Qom, Iran) – In a meeting with a group of scientific and cultural personalities from India on Thursday, February 8, Hujjat al-Islam Ali Akbar Husseini Nezhad asserted, "The countries of India and Iran have a lot of common history including the importance of family as a unit in these societies."
The advisor of custodian of Lady Masuma (sa) shrine further added, "Iran and India have played great role in terms of cultural influence in the world throughout history of these countries. The history of these ancient countries is truly amazing."
Shia cleric Hujjat al-Islam Husseini Nezhad went on to say, "Nowadays, the tombs of Indian prominent figures who made efforts to promote Islam in the sub-continent have turned to cultural hubs. Despite the fact that these figures and scholars passed away a long time ago, it’s like they’re still alive and inviting people to Islam."
He concluded by saying, "The authorities of holy shrine of lady Masuma (sa) in Qom are ready to expand cooperation with custodians of holy tombs in India."