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Construction of Abu Raihan Al-Beruni's mausoleum begins in Ghazni

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Construction of Abu Raihan Al-Beruni's mausoleum begins in Ghazni

Construction of the dome over Abu Raihan Al-Beruni’s tomb is one of the many projects planned for the year 2013.

Ghazni Governor Mosa Khan Akbarzada said work on the construction of the dome has started, adding the financial cost of the project, USD 22mn, will be funded by the dedicated budget of Ghazni province.

Tomb of Abu Raihan Al-Beruni was long unknown. It was discovered in 1973 on his 1000th birthday in the area known as the Bahlol Garden near eastern Balahesar of Ghazni province.

According to the culturalists, an inscription indicating the tomb has been missing.

Al-Beruni garden, having an area of over 3.5 acres, is named as mausoleum of this great scientist.

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