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Centuries after the Quran was written, Arabic calligraphy found its geometric perfection.

Well into the twentieth century, calligraphers scribed masterpieces of Arabic Calligraphy by hand. Modern advancements in computer technologies and graphics have led to a flourishing of styles and techniques, creating an entirely new dimension of an ancient art form.

I feel honoured to launch this blog, a modest attempt to display some of my calligraphy.

If you like any of the artwork displayed here, please feel free to use it. I do request, however, that you notify me via email. Thank you.

All comments, positive and negative, are welcome.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Ya Aliyyan Ya Amiran Nahl (يا عليا يا امير النحل كن لي شافعا)



Salaam,

Glad to post these abyaat of Syedna Abdeali Saifuddin (ra).

Salaam.

4 comments:

  1. Salaam,
    I am a regular follower of your Calligraphy and appreciate the effort and the art. Asgar Fakhrudin

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  3. Sir, I am a regular reader of your blog. I am a fan of Arabic Calligraphy and maybe you can help me read the one in the link below ... the one of the lion.

    http://noblese.blogspot.com/2010/03/lost-in-calligraphy.html

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  4. Arabic calligraphy is an art form that appeals to the eye but goes deeper than aesthetics because it touches the human spirit guiding us through the right path in life.

    http://www.arabicfineart.com/

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