The ritual dance of the Sufi sect, a mystical branch of Islam, was created in Konya 700 years ago by the Persian poet Rumi. Practitioners, dubbed "whirling dervishes" by early European travellers, believe the act of repeatedly spinning allows them to forget their earthly body and move closer to God. "Dervish" is an adaptation of darwish, the Arabic word for Sufi.

Rumi, Calligraphy is an ancient art of handwriting for which people took much pride in creating. This specific picture of a dancing man in traditional middle eastern garment consists of arab calligraphy.

Eserin içeriği : Hilye-i Şerîf Hattat : Levent Karaduman Hat Yazı Stili : Sülüs, Nesih

Eserin içeriği : Hilye-i Şerîf Hattat : Levent Karaduman Hat Yazı Stili : Sülüs, Nesih

YA VEDUD MÜSENNA Yazı Türü: Celi Sülüs-Mehmet Özçay

Caligrafía islámica estilo Zuluz (Thuluth) y Nasj (Naskh)-un Nombre de Dios, “Ia Wadud”, que significa “¡Oh Afectuoso!

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