New manuscripts have been presented to the original collection of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center.
The Center told
that these are original 14cm x 20cm gold scripts of Surah Al Baqarah and Al Fatiha of Quran dated back 1126 A.H. (1709 A.D.).
The most important manuscript is the Holy Quran written by the most famous calligrapher of Ottoman Empire Sheikh Hamdullah (1436–1520). Sheikh Hamdullah dedicated all his life to writing 47 amazing Qurans.
Nizami Ganjavi International Center has held about 15 exhibitions of the archive of original manuscripts and illustrations dedicated to "Khamsa" of Nizami Ganjavi that is one of the rarest pearls of the Eastern culture and history in Bishkek, Washington DC, Alexandria, Tbilisi.
The original manuscripts and illustrations will be presented to a wider audience along with the Library of Alexandria, National Library of Turkey and Kuwait Foundation within the "Silk Road" project.