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Monday, 27 May 2019

This is the first Quran sculpture in Bangladesh

The first Quran sculpture has been constructed in the city of Kosba Municipality of Brahmanbaria district of Bangladesh. The sculpture was officially inaugurated on 31 December,

The sculpture has been created by the student of the Fine Arts Institute of Dhaka, Kamrul Hassan Shipon. The sculpture has been constructed under the supervision of the Mayor of Kasba Municipality Emranuddin Jewel.
photo, collected

The Saudi Arabian Jeddah airport has a huge arcade built in the form of the Qur'an at the entrance of the holy city of Makkah. This sculpture has been made at the busiest Kadamtala crossing of Kasba upazila headquarters in the light of the design of the torch.

The height of the sculpture is 16 feet and the width is 8 feet. Ratan Sarkar, a sculptor, said that it cost more than Tk 2 lakh to build it.

From the morning to evening, the sculpture of the first Qur'an of Bangladesh is crowded from the local and the Qur'an lovers coming from distant places of the country. This sculpture made by the Qur'an is like the Taj Mahal of the heart of the Quranic people.

Extraordinary people involved in building outstanding sculptures have received praise from all classes of the district. The scholars of the country also expressed their gratitude.

Besides, there is no such contempt for the sculpture of the Quran. Aleem Samaj advised to keep an eye on this.

Cancer cells also die if fasting: Nobel laureate Japanese researcher Oshini Vasumi

A Japanese citizen has earned a Ph.D degree from the US State University of Virginia Tech, who is working as a private firm's senior post. He keeps fasting every year.

However, he gave a wonderful information about the fasting of the Muslims in an interview about why fasting. He said, Muslims who are fasting, I tell them 'AutoFuzz'. In the month of Ramadan, food and chew trouble, so I autofaged this month.

Asked what autofjes said, he said that researchers researched the fasting that Muslims observe according to their religion, Japanese researcher Osiani Osumi has won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2016. The word autoaphazi comes from the Greek word auto and phazin.

In Bengal it means self-eating or eating oneself. During fasting, the active cells of the human body do not sit silently and eat harmful and inactive cells all year round and make the body safe and clear. That's the auto-fuzzy.

Since the autophagy discovery, many religions or religions of the world do not mean many health-conscious people keep their body healthy during autopsy at various times throughout the year. Auto-fuzz cancer cells also die! 'Autophagy invention is in 2016, other religions are now autofizing, knowing its benefits.

And Muslims have been auto-fuzzy for thousands of years without knowing anything; Just believe. Maybe you can not find the meaning for many things, but this is the fact that there is nothing bad in Islam!

Osumi was born in Fukuoka, Japan. He graduated in science from the University of Tokyo in 1967 and got a Doctorate in 1974. From 1974 to 1977, there was a Postdirectal Fellow at Rockefeller University in New York City.

In 1977 he returned to Tokyo University as a collaborative researcher. In 1986, he was appointed as a lecturer. In 1988 he was promoted as Associate Professor. In 1996, Okazaki was transferred to the National Basic Biology Institute located in the city. There he worked as a professor.

From 2004 to 2009, Hayamya was also a professor at the University of Graduate Advanced Studies University. After retirement in 2014, he continued to be the professor at the Innovative Research Institute and the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Dr. Roshan Roshan researched the Nobel laureate Osumi.

In 2016, the Nobel committee awarded the Japanese doctor 'Oceanini Osumi' for autobiography inventions. Since then, modern people have started to observe fasting.

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