On completion of 18 years of its inception, Maahad-ul-Islami in Hyderabad, India, organized a two-day Islamic Science Exhibition on Sunday February 24.
Giving the details of the exhibition, Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rehmani said the unique history of some 17 Islamic cities and Muslim scientists has been depicted in the exhibition.
Over the centuries, Muslim scientists significantly contributed to the development of sciences such as mathematics, geography, astronomy, physics, chemistry and medicine. Later, this knowledge was passed on to Europe.
The exhibition has been attended by a number of intellectual, social, and religious figures, who expressed the admiration to the exhibition.