The synergistic meeting of the women's cultural and educational committee of the Arbaeen headquarters was held by focusing on the pathology of last year's programs and planning for the upcoming Arbaeen.
According to Hajj Information Base, officials of the Women's Cultural and Educational Committee of Arbaeen Central Headquarters discussed the problems and obstacles in last year's rally ceremony in a meeting and focused on detailed planning and coordination with institutions and various organizations while emphasizing the grand celebration of this year's Arbaeen ceremony.
At the beginning of this meeting, which was held in the meeting hall of the representative of the legal guardians in matters of hajj and pilgrimage, Dr. Farzaneh, who is in charge of the specialized women's Arbaeen working groups presented a report on the cultural activities of the last five years of the committee and reminded the need to improve the cultural content for the processions.
Dr. Minoo Aslani, head of the women's cultural and educational committee of the Arbaeen headquarters, also pointed to the pathology and concerns of the past Arbaeen, and said, "We are trying to be able to have a fruitful Arbaeen this year."
"Our concern is that the spiritual journey of Arbaeen will be affected by things like catering and other issues. That's why we should have creative and fruitful programs so that this golden opportunity is not missed by the pilgrims and they get the most out of it," Dr. Aslani added.
She pointed out that since hearts are ready and eyes are waiting in this spiritual journey, important cultural and Islamic revolution issues should be presented.
Emphasizing the need to strengthen the cultural content of Arbaeen, Dr. Aslani reiterated that appropriate content should be produced for specialized groups such as children and teenagers so that the future generation has a complete and accurate understanding of the virtues of Arbaeen and Imam Hossein (AS).
In addition, Dr. Qavi, the scientific secretary of the women's cultural committee of the Arbaeen headquarters, also expressed her satisfaction that the young generation has entered the field of service and activity in the Arbaeen headquarters, and said, "Thanks to the Islamic Revolution and the programs presented, the young generation has entered this field. It is a positive and promising event."
She said that despite all the hardships, Arbaeen journey has its own sweetness, adding, "That's why we have to plan in a way that this trip will be more dynamic and provide better content to the pilgrims."
The scientific secretary of the women's cultural committee of Arbaeen headquarters added that in order to have the best effect, expert research and reviews must be conducted inside and abstracts of the contents should be presented in Arbaeen.
According to this report, other participants in this meeting, including Ms. Farhamandpour, a member of the Andish Varzan Council, Eftekhari, a faculty member of the university, Hijazi and Haji Hosseini, members of the cultural committee of Arbaeen headquarters, and Zuhairi, a representative of Qom province in the committee, expressed their views and suggestions in this committee in order to enrich the cultural content of this spiritual journey.