Introducing this travel as his first experience in Razavi Shrine, Gholam Maqsoudi, from New Zealand, said, "This celestial court is a very peaceful place for the pilgrims. Attending in this holy place, people never feel sense of loneliness".
He stressed, "Imam Reza's (A.S.) Holy Shrine is very great and beautiful. Architecture, mirror works, and tile works used in courtyards and porticos of the Holy Shrine make the man very excited".
Saying that Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and his Household (A.S.) have considered lots of rewards for the pilgrimage of Imam Reza (A.S.), Maqsoudi said, "I am very happy because of having opportunity of visiting this holy place during my youth and birth anniversaries of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and Imam Sadeq (A.S.)".
"Many different programs are held for non-Iranian pilgrims in Razavi Holy Shrine. Courtyards and porticos have even been dedicated to this group of pilgrims which is a really admirable service", he stressed.
Noting to the abundance of cultural programs in this sacred place, Maqsoudi added, "Besides teaching Qur'anic concepts and Islamic injunctions, Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.) should pay attention to current problems of the youth".
On the sideline of his visitation from Astan Quds Razavi's central museum, the New Zealander pilgrim of the Razavi Shrine stated, "Ancient objects, previous chambers of Hazrat Reza (A.S.), seashell treasury, and athletes' world and Olympic medals were all unique and interesting".
It should be mentioned this group of Shia Muslims from New Zealand and Australia were, after visiting Razavi Holy Shrine and enjoying provisioned programs of non-Iranian pilgrims' office, invited to the Hazrat Reza's (A.S.) banquet hall".