The Qur’an has a special place among Muslims in all countries of the world, and the people of Bangladesh are tasteful listeners to the Qur’an, as they are one of the most loving people of the Qur’an, and they constantly flock to all the dhikr circles that are held, especially the dhikr circles held by Egyptian readers for many years, especially in seventies of the last century,
circles held by Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad
There were many religious circles held by Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad there, and the people of Bangladesh were constantly flocking to them. At that time Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad, may God have mercy on him, was one of the most prominent and famous sheikhs of the Islamic world, and he had a large audience inside Egypt, And abroad, he used to visit many Asian countries, which included a large number of Muslims who had listened to the Qur’an. One of the most famous of these countries was the people of Bangladesh, the tasteful listeners to the Qur’an, and the people of India the no- less tasteful listeners to the Qur’an, in addition to the people of Pakistan the top tasteful listeners to the Qur’an.
the fragrant Quranic recitation
It was not servile for any of the people of India or the people of Pakistan to travel to attend one of the religious circles held by Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad in Bangladesh, and vice versa. These peoples are basically neighboring, so it is not difficult for them to travel to the country in which Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Al-Samad was, to enjoy his fragrant Quranic recitation, and today let us take you on a short tour in which we will learn about the people of Bangladesh who listen to the Quran, as we will learn about excerpts from the religious life of each of the people of Pakistan who are excellent listeners to the Quran and the people of India are favourite listeners to the Quran
The religion and people of Bangladesh
In the beginning, you must realize an important thing about these three countries that we are talking about, and not only the state of Bangladesh, which is that the people of India, the people of Bangladesh and the people of Pakistan were one people, and one land until recently, but after the division of Britain to India, each of the two countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh into independent states that have their own sovereignty. Therefore, talking about the Islamic beginnings in Bangladesh will not be limited to this country only, but will include with it all of Pakistan, India, and all the countries located in the south of the Asian continent, which began their first knowledge of Islam in the thirteenth century, and this was at the hands of the Islamic conquest led by Muhammad Al-Ghouri at the end of 1192 AD, and the echo of this conquest extended to the northern regions of India as well, and at that time he was responsible for spreading the Islamic religion in the country of Bangladesh, Syed Shah Nasr al-Din, who came specially from Iraq to work on teaching the people of Bangladesh the foundations, and teachings of the Islamic religion. Hence, the various relations between Muslims and the people of Bangladesh began, and this matter helped to strengthen the trade relations between Muslims and the people of Bangladesh that were located in the coastal areas of the Chittagong port, which contributed to the previous experience of the city’s original inhabitants of the nature of the Islamic religion, among whom were Muslims originally. This is because trade there helped spread the Islamic religion at this time.
The religious aspects of the people of Bangladesh, the listeners to the Qur’an
The people of Bangladesh, like any country whose residents follow the Islamic approach, are very proud of their religion, and there are many mosques that bear witness to this matter, which are always crowded with worshipers. Streets fill in the holy month of Ramadan. Likewise on holidays, there are also many celebrations for Muslims in which Muslims gather to supplicate, pray, and read the Qur’an. These celebrations attract many distinguished readers who come specially from India and Pakistan to attend these celebrations, and recite the Holy Quran in them. In the end, we hope that we have shed light in a distinctive way on the religious aspect of each of the people of Bangladesh, the tasteful listeners to the Holy Qur’an, the people of India, the well-versed listeners to the Qur’an, and the people of Pakistan, the excellent listeners to the Holy Qur’an, which is one of the most important aspects that makes up the character of these peoples.