In this stunning and graceful Arabic calligraphy, the Verse 60 from Surah Al-Anfal is intricately crafted into the form of an Arabian horse head. The verse, translated as “And prepare for them whatever you able to of force and of tethered horses cavalry – واعدوا لهم ما استطعتم من قوة ومن رباط الخيل” takes on a visual representation in the side profile of the horse’s head. The diwani script is utilized with finesse, incorporating beautifully decorated, extended, curved, and cursive letters to shape the contours of the horse’s head. The elegance and majesty of the calligraphy are heightened as the letters seamlessly come together to form the intricate details of the horse’s features. The use of the diwani script not only imparts a sense of beauty but also captures the essence of the verse in a visually compelling manner. Additionally, the same verse is skillfully inscribed in one horizontal line using the beautiful Thuluth classical script. The Thuluth script, known for its elegance and clarity, contributes to the overall aesthetic appeal of the composition. The letters are written with precision, creating a harmonious visual representation of the verse. This artistic expression not only conveys the meaning of the verse but also showcases the versatility and beauty that can be achieved through the art of Arabic calligraphy.
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