In this stunning and elegant Arabic calligraphy from the Holy Quran, Surah Al-Nas (Mankind – سورة الناس) is artfully presented. In a large size, the verse “Say, I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind” is masterfully written in a circular oval shape using the Thuluth Jali script. The circular form is gracefully framed by a thin line, emphasizing the significance of the 114th and final chapter of the Quran. Surrounding this central oval, in another round shape, the verses describing the Lord of mankind unfold. The translation, “The Sovereign of mankind. The God of mankind, From the evil of the retreating whisperer. Who whispers evil into the breasts of mankind. From among the jinn and mankind,” is elegantly inscribed in the classical Thuluth script. Two thin lines delicately frame this circular composition, enhancing its visual appeal. The letters in both the Thuluth Jali and Thuluth scripts are not only elegant and majestic but also contribute to the overall beauty of the calligraphy. This artful presentation not only conveys the sacred verses of Surah Al-Nas but also celebrates the aesthetic richness of Arabic calligraphy.
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