۲۷ فروردین ۱۴۰۳ |۶ شوال ۱۴۴۵ | Apr 15, 2024
Indian diplomat

The University of Religions and Denominations provides a great opportunity for us and those who want to have better academic connections with other countries.

Hawzah News Agency- Balram Shukla, Indian poet and cultural adviser in Iran, attended the University of Religions and Denominations in Qom and visited various departments of the university, and had a meeting with Hujjat al-Islam Mohammad Mehdi Taskhiri, vice president of communications and international affairs of the university.

In this meeting, while pointing to the international activities of the university, Hujjat-ul-Islam Taskhiri explained the cordial relations between the two countries of India and Iran and said,” India is a big country with a very large population. There are different religions in this country, and despite the multitude of religions, there is a very good coexistence among the people of this country.”

The vice president of communication and international affairs of the University of Religions and Denominations continued,” The look at religions should be a compassionate look. We must be able to train people properly. Like Umar bin Abdul Aziz, who was trained as a good and faithful teacher.”

Further, Balram Shukla, India's cultural advisor in Iran, expressed his satisfaction at attending the University of Religions and Denominations in Qom and said,” The two countries of Iran and India should promote bilateral ties. Many enmities are due to the fact that we humans do not know each other very well. As Rumi says, let's appreciate each other so that we don't forget each other.”

The Cultural Advisor of India in Iran stated,” The work of us academics is to be able to enter into these issues in a scientific way and to work for better communication and promote mutual understanding in terms of cultural communication. As God almighty emphasizes on those things in which we are equal. If we look carefully, we can better see our cultural and social closeness in order to promote them.”

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