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Introduction


The Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) was established in 2003. It is registered under the Societies Act 1860 as a non-profit, non-political research organization.


Peace process and interfaith community approaches is the main agenda of the organization’s work. Basically it translates into the theme of inclusion and engaging community irrespective of religion, cast and creed as the stakeholders and participation of multi-sectors for research, academics and discourse as a think tank.


As a think tank the Institute’s major emphasis is to generate a collective concern on humanitarian issues at country level that has global focus. More..



Institute Office

Regular Programs


The Institute regularly organizes seminars, conferences, work-shops, and conducts research on issues of national interest, human rights, rule of law, rights of disabled and visually impaired, global peace, economy, international events, UN days, and religious events.

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Latest News

Essay Competition for the Visually Impaired
on occasion of Holy Rabiul Awal 2018


On occasion of the Holy Month of Rabiul Awal, Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) is organizing an essay competition to highlight the teachings of Prophet Mohammad (SAW) and showcase the talents of the visually impaired. The essay competition aims to promo

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Events

International Summer School on Human Rights

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Rabiul Awwal Essay Competition for the Visually Impaired

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International Non-violence Day 2017

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Signing of Call Center Training and Employment Agreement

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VDO Cast

Institute of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW)

Project Ekushey

This unique history of 'Amar Ekushe' is recognized by the observance of 'International Mother language Day' every year by the UN. The Institute launched a website to highlight the history of Language Movement of 1952 and the importance of cultural and lingual diversity of mankind...

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*(SAW) is acronym for 'Sallalahu Alayhe Wasallam', which means 'Peace be Upon Him'.