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My Brother You Are Free In Diwani And Thuluth Arabic Calligraphy

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In this captivating poem Arabic calligraphy by the Egyptian author and educator Sayyid Qutb, the phrase “My Brother You Are Free – أخي أنت حرٌ” is rendered in a decorative cursive style using the Diwani script. Surrounding this central inscription, the continuation of the poem “My brother you are free behind bars, my brother you are free despite your shackles. So long as you hold firmly to Allah, how can the schemes of man harm you – أخي أنت حرٌ وراء السدود , أخي أنت حرٌ بتلك القيود, إذا كنت بالله مستعصما, فماذا يضيرك كيد العبيد” is beautifully written in a perfect circular shape, presented in the classical Thuluth script. The poem convey a powerful message about freedom despite physical constraints, emphasizing spiritual strength derived from a firm connection to Allah. Enhancing the overall composition, two lines, one thin and the other slightly thinner, encircle the calligraphy, serving as a delicate frame or border. The calligraphy is detailed and extends over a considerable length, showcasing the intricate beauty of both Diwani and Thuluth scripts. The letters are seamlessly joined and connected, creating a harmonious and visually striking piece of art.

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