In this stunning and distinctive artistic representation of Arabic calligraphy in the Thuluth script, the Bismillah (البسملة) , translated to “In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful – بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم” is presented in a unique composition. The first word, “Bism,” meaning “In the name of,” is written in a special manner. The letter Sin extends in a curved, half-circular shape, forming a border that gracefully carries the rest of the Bismillah verse. This design takes the shape of a circular vase with an open top, adding to its uniqueness. Adjacent to the curved Bismillah calligraphy, Surah Al-Fatiha (سورة الفاتحة), the opening chapter of the Quran comprising 7 verses, unfolds in a round, curved shape. Beginning from the top sides of the Bismillah, it is meticulously written in a single line using the beautiful Thuluth classical script. Arabesque patterns delicately adorn the beginning and end of the verse, enhancing its visual appeal. Thick parallel lines frame the verse in a perfect circular shape, and a seamless arabesque pattern, taking on a circular round shape, envelops the entire calligraphy. This calligraphy is not only beautiful and majestic but also exceptionally unique. Its intricate details, combined with a special and distinctive writing style, make it a one-of-a-kind masterpiece, unparalleled by any similar calligraphy.
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