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Arabic Calligraphy - الله

Arabic Calligraphy - الله

#Arabic #calligraphy in it's simplest yet most intricate form

#Arabic #calligraphy in it's simplest yet most intricate form

Arabic calligraphy

Arabic calligraphy

الله جل جﻻله . ♡ . Allah

الله جل جﻻله . ♡ . Allah

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم                     BISMILLAH IRRAHMAN IRRAHIM

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم BISMILLAH IRRAHMAN IRRAHIM

© Ahmet Kutluhan - Levha - 8'li Mâşâallâh

© Ahmet Kutluhan - Levha - 8'li Mâşâallâh

Islamic Fractal Star – Interlaced Version / Sacred Geometry <3

Islamic Fractal Star – Interlaced Version / Sacred Geometry <3

ولا غالب الا الله

ولا غالب الا الله


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الحوش | نورا الجلاد | اقرأ

الحوش | نورا الجلاد | اقرأ

Yaa Allaah

Yaa Allaah

سبحان الله

سبحان الله

لا إله إلا الله - there is no god except Allah?

لا إله إلا الله - there is no god except Allah?

Allah                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Allah More

Square Kufic script. Mindblowingly amazing.

Square Kufic script. Mindblowingly amazing.

ALLAH. Explore the variations in Arabic calligraphy.

ALLAH. Explore the variations in Arabic calligraphy.

Allah, the one treue God. The word 'Allah' is the preferred word and name to call God by. Unlike other languages, it doesn't have a masculine, feminine or neuter connotation for He is above that. The term 'He' is used as we as humans have limited capacity to understand the true nature of God (in this life). Interestingly, the word 'Allah' also cannot linguistically have a plural (eg.God(s)); it just doesn't make sense - the beauty of the Arabic language.

Allah, the one treue God. The word 'Allah' is the preferred word and name to call God by. Unlike other languages, it doesn't have a masculine, feminine or neuter connotation for He is above that. The term 'He' is used as we as humans have limited capacity to understand the true nature of God (in this life). Interestingly, the word 'Allah' also cannot linguistically have a plural (eg.God(s)); it just doesn't make sense - the beauty of the Arabic language.

Kun كن

Kun كن

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