The Indian city of Mumbai marked the death anniversary of founder of the Islamic Revolution Imam Sayyed Rouhullah Moussawi Khomeini during the weekend, local sources reported.

Isna Ashari Youths Foundation (IAYF), Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri Jamaat (KSIJ), Masjid E Iranian and several other organizations jointly organized a commemorative ceremony in the memory of the great Iranian leader at Kesar Baug, Dongri in Mumbai, according to Indian activist Mahdi Rizvi.

The event was attended by scholars that included Maulana Hasnain Kararvi, Maulana Hussain Mehdi Hussaini and Maulana Zaigham ur Rizvi.

The scholars shared their thoughts and reflections on the life and legacy of Imam Khomeini and his contributions to the world.

Among other events held during the ceremony, children recited a Salam Farmande Tarana while paying a tribute to Imam Khomeini.

The event was a grand celebration of the life of the great leader who inspired millions of people around the world with his vision of justice, freedom, and dignity for all.

Prior to the June 10 event, majlis was held at various locations around Mumbai on June 2, after Friday prayers, in memory of the founder of the Islamic Republic in Iran.

These gatherings were attended by people from all walks of life who came together to pay their respects to the great leader.

The event also showcased a brief documentary on the vision, struggle of Imam Khomeini, as well as the role he played in bringing about a revolution in Iran, and its impact across the world.

Original Article Source: Al Manar | Published on Monday, 12 June 2023 12:23 (about 399 days ago)