Indian scholars visit Morocco to experience cultural relations between the two countries

Indian scholars visit Morocco to experience cultural relations between the two countries

An array of Indian Muslim Scholars arrived in Morocco in search of the cultural and historical relationship between Kerala and Morocco. The team led by Kanthapuram A.P Aboobacker Musliyar, the chancellor of Markaz, will visit the worlds’ ancient University named The University of al-Qarawiyyin, situates in the Fez, one of the most important oldest cities of the world, and prominent cultural cities including Tangier, where Ibnu Batuta was born. An International conference participating prominent persons from India, Morocco, Uae is also scheduled in the journey in Marrakesh, a cultural city of Morocco. The conference themed ‘Civilisational exchanges among Africa, Arabia, and India: roots from history to present will be chaired by Kanthapuram A.P Aboobacker Musliyar. Prominent academics, cultural ambassadors, politicians, and historians will be talked in the conference. Sayyid Ali Bafakhi Thangal, the president of Markaz, Dr AP Abdul Hakkim Azhari, Dr Abdussalm have included the team.

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