"The conference turned out to be a unique experience: each paper presented at the event opened up new opportunities for research. The publication of 80 volumes of albums showcasing Uzbek heritage in world collections is a monumental contribution not only to the preservation of Uzbek heritage, but also to the rewriting of the history of Uzbekistan - a true renaissance. Your role as the architect of the history of modern Uzbekistan will be remembered forever.
Regarding the Uzbek heritage in India, I express my sincere gratitude for the publication of the Rampur albums, the Khuda Bakhsh album and the Epigraphy volume. I am honored to be part of this rich heritage.
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Thank you again for your invitation and the invaluable contribution you have made. Rahmat.
Said Naqi Abbas, research fellow in the Manuscripts Department of the National Museum of India".