The people of India are listening to the Qur’an

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You may be surprised that the people of India hear the Qur’an, and this is because you may think at first glance when hearing the name of this city that there are no Muslim peoples in India, but in fact this is not the case. The people of India are listening to the Qur’an. Hindi, Where the Islamic religion in India occupies the second place as it is one of the most prevalent religions there, so about 172 million people of India embraced the Islamic religion, with a total of 14.2%. On the western coast of India, “Malabar Coast”, Arab merchants worked to spread the teachings of the Islamic religion,

 Islam spread quickly in Indian

Therefore, Islam spread in these western regions of India, and then to the rest of the entire city, and many Indian citizens embraced it. On the eastern borders of the Indian lands, the Pakistani state is located, and the people of Pakistan listen to the Qur’an as well, as the Islamic religion is the main religion of this state with its outcome. Ranging from 95% to 97% of the people who are there.

India and Bangladesh

India also shares with the state of Bangladesh in each of its northern, western and eastern borders, and the people of Bangladesh are also listening to the Qur’an, and this is because the state of Bangladesh contains a large percentage of Muslims, with a total of 90.4 percent of the proportion of the great population of more than 145.540 million people , making it the fourth largest Muslim country in the world. This foreign group of Islamic countries is considered one of the best people in the world on earth, far from being considered peoples occupying the third level in the world in terms of economic progress, or as they are known as “the peoples of the third world”, but religiously these peoples occupy the first place, and this is because of their interest Put it on a lot.

listening by language of the Noble Qur’an

On the other hand, although these peoples speak in foreign languages ​​about the language of the Noble Qur’an, but they do not miss an opportunity to hear it in their original language, many Egyptian readers have traveled there to hold many dhikr circles, and he was one of the first to perform such wonderful religious parties Abdul Basit Abdul Samad, who visited these three countries, In addition to many other foreign countries, and he gave many special religious parties inside them, and some of these religious episodes were filmed on television by the local media of these same cities, and if you look at one of these videos, you will find how much the people of Pakistan listened to the Qur’an and also the people of India Hear the Qur’an, as well as the people of Bangladesh were listening to the Qur’an, and these three peoples meet the Egyptian and other Qur’an reciters from different Arab countries without exception with a heart full of much welcome and affection.

The state of piety

The state of piety that these peoples enter into when they hear the Egyptian and other Qur’an reciters recite in their sweet voice the verses of the Noble Qur’an, but in fact the matter is due to the beauty of the voice of these reciters of the Qur’an in addition to the beauty of the Qur’anic verses themselves, even if they are ignorant of its language, or What are these verses sought by the reciters of the Qur’an?

But there is no doubt that the Qur’an in general creates a state of calmness in the hearts that makes the soul and the body with all its limbs reassured when hearing it. The Muslims of these peoples were able to know the extent of the beauty of the Qur’anic tranquility that the Qur’an leaves in the soul, so do not be surprised when we say that the people of India hear the Qur’an or The people of Bangladesh are hearing of the Quran, or even the people of Pakistan are hearing of the Quran because the state of purity of heart they are in when they hear the Quran is what makes them listen to it even if they do not understand its language well.

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