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Who owns the Smallest Koran ?

Asked by Raghav Handa, 01 Jun '08 08:58 am
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Using the latest nanotechnology, the world's smallest Quran was created by Dr. Mir Mokhtari, Managing Director of Mir Enterprises Limited. Written on sapphire, the second strongest stone, with either platinum or 24 ct gold writing, the entire stone spans 58mm by 98mm, and was officially registered as the smallest copy of the Quran in the world at Astan-e Qods Razavis Quran museum in Iran.
Answered by Joseph Chacko, 01 Jun '08 09:23 am

 
  
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Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan
Answered by sudesh, 01 Jun '08 09:20 pm

 
  
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Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan
Answered by rajan, 23 Jun '13 11:36 am

 
  
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The smallest published Koran book measures 1.7 cm 1.28 cm 0.72 cm (0.66 in 0.50 in 0.28 in). Printed in Arabic, it is 571 pages long.The book was published in Cairo in 1982 and is owned by Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan.
Answered by Doctor Know, 01 Jun '08 09:00 am

 
  
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Using the latest nanotechnology, the world's smallest Quran was created by Dr. Mir Mokhtari, Managing Director of Mir Enterprises Limited. Written on sapphire, the second strongest stone, with either platinum or 24 ct gold writing, the entire stone spans 58mm by 98mm, and was officially registered as the smallest copy of the Quran in the world at Astan-e Qods Razavis Quran museum in Iran.
Answered by Quest, 10 Aug '13 11:38 am

 
  
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Dr. Muhammad Saeed Karim Beebani of Pakistan
Answered by iqbal seth, 09 Aug '13 03:46 pm

 
  
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