According to the website of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, the program was attended by Mohsen Ashouri, Iranian cultural representative in Mumbai, Shama Razavi, Muslim intellectual and teacher of Quranic sciences, Umm Salma Naqavi, director of India’s Islam Association and Iram Razavi, head of Mustafa Foundation of Science and Technology.
Ashouri elaborated on the festival which begins with the birthday anniversary of Hazrat Masoumeh, followed by the birthday of Ahmad ibn Musa (AS) and concludes with the birthday of Imam Reza (AS).
He highlighted the virtues of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) and noted that hosting the eighth infallible Imam and his sister and brother is an honor for Iran.
The Iranian official also said that such online programs in today’s situation can promote the knowledge of many people around the world about Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS).
The director of Islam’s Association of India talked about the status of women before and after the advent of Islam and said that Hazrat Fatemeh Masoumeh (SA) and Hazrat Zahra (SA) are great role-models for women.
She highlighted the moral virtues and scientific status of the sister of Imam Reza (AS) and described her as a noble woman who has an exalted status among Shia Muslims.
Shama Razavi, as another speaker in the program, said that the life of Hazrat Masoumeh and the various aspects of her character and virtues should be investigated more and introduced to women, particularly the younger generation.