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I don't know what this means, but it's beautiful.

I don't know what this means, but it's beautiful.

Arabic calligraphy

Arabic calligraphy

beautiful Islamic calligraphy -- subhanAllah (God is Glorious)

beautiful Islamic calligraphy -- subhanAllah (God is Glorious)

Islamic Calligraphy Art

Islamic Calligraphy Art

Arabic Calligraphy - Bismillah (BIG COLLECTION)

Arabic Calligraphy - Bismillah (BIG COLLECTION)

Calligraphy

Calligraphy

Besmele

Besmele

Beautiful Islamic Calligraphy

Beautiful Islamic Calligraphy

Bismillah Calligraphy

Bismillah Calligraphy

Examples Of Calligraphy in Islamic Art1.3

Most Beautiful Examples Of Calligraphy in Islamic Art

Examples Of Calligraphy in Islamic Art1.3


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This piece is phenomanal.The scale is well balanced. The colors bring about great contrast. The line work is well done. The pen work is with great balance.

This piece is phenomanal.The scale is well balanced. The colors bring about great contrast. The line work is well done. The pen work is with great balance.

سبحان الله

سبحان الله

Calligraphy of “La hawla wala quwwata illa billah” Text لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله Translation La hawla wala quwwata illa billah: There is no might nor power except through Allah

Calligraphy of “La hawla wala quwwata illa billah” Text لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله Translation La hawla wala quwwata illa billah: There is no might nor power except through Allah

Yaa Allaah

Yaa Allaah

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الحوش | نورا الجلاد | اقرأ

الحوش | نورا الجلاد | اقرأ

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.

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

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

Bismillah - باسم الله                                                       …                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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