Malaibar Institute for Advanced Studies (MIAS) is a research institute in Markaz Knowledge City, the prestigious edu-turned township launched by Jamia Markazu Saqafathi Sunniyya in Calicut, Kerala, India. It focuses on promoting independent research and advanced studies in subjects with deep human significance. In the process, MIAS attempts to collaborate with some leading research universities and foundations. MIAS conducts seminars, workshops, and international conferences on a variety of areas that ranges from science, religion and technology in a regular course of time. At first of its inception, MIAS intends to launch academic conferences and seminars every year on Islam and Muslim World which discuss various issues, concepts and concerns over Islam and Muslim society. In the first of its series, the present conference focuses on a specific theme ‘Islam and Open Civilization: Art, Science and Literature in Contemporary Muslim World’ which is very relevant in the arena of Islamic Intellectual gamut. It has often been considered that, in the extended historical trajectory of humanity, Islamic civilization was subjected to multifarious constructive elements. After the advancement of the revealed knowledge to the humanity through the prophetic engagements, a thought over the purposeful knowledge and its productive practicing which encapsulate the ethical order also were begun to disseminate to various landscapes. Islam turned to a civilizational pattern after attaining the capacity to develop a distinctive precepts and practical method for contested social discourses, knowledge capital, political affairs, scientific production, and artistic representations and further other functional factors.