Riyadh: Younis Shah Moradi, a young reciter from Iran, won the world’s largest recitation competition held in Saudi Arabia and received a prize of 3 million Saudi Riyals. Younis Shah of Iran, who won the first prize in the recitation category of Attar Al Kalam, was awarded a prize of 3 million Saudi Riyals. The second prize winner was Abdulaziz Al-Faqeeh of Saudi Arabia who was awarded 2 million Riyals.
The third and fourth places were Zakaria Al-Zarek and Abdullah Al-Daghri from Morocco who were awarded 1 million and 7 million riyals respectively. After the recitation, prizes were also distributed among the winners of the Azan category. In this category, Muhammad Al Sharif of Saudi Arabia was given the first prize of 2 million Riyals.
Quran recitation and call to prayer competition in Saudi Arabia
Other winners in the call to prayer category are from Lebanon, Indonesia and the United Kingdom.
Under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai, an international recitation competition between 200 readers from around the world was held in Dubai. . He was awarded 20,000 dirhams.
Quran Recitation and Adhan Contest Registration
Qur’an competition and the first Azan competition. For registration: Click here
Registration is open until July 22 and the live show will run from August 24 to September 24. You can register for the contest here.
The winner of the Quran recitation competition will receive 5,000,000 Saudi Riyals, the second runner-up 2,000,000, the third runner-up 1,000,000 and the fifth runner-up will receive 500,000 Saudi Riyals.
Quran Award is designed for all the Muslims from all over the world who have captivating and inspiring voice in reciting the book of Allah to win valuable prizes presented by General Authority for Entertainment. The aim of the competition is to ‘encourage the world’s most successful reciters of the Qur’an to have an opportunity to spread the message of the Holy Book and win valuable prizes in the process.’
Name of the winner of Quran recitation competition
Winners will be announced in October.
Name of the winner of Azan competition
This year, 40,000 Quran reciters from 80 countries participated in which all the candidates recited with excellent performance and cheerfulness, but the winner was crowned by Younes Mustafa Gharbi of Morocco and won the first prize of 1.333 thousand dollars. .
The second position was won by Muhammad Ayub Asif of Great Britain who was awarded a cash prize of 533,000, Muhammad Mujahid of Bahrain was third with 76,276,000 and Syed Jassim Mousavi of Iran was fourth. 133,000 cash prize won.