In this stunning and unique Arabic calligraphy commemorating the Isra and Miraj (Night Journey), the first verse of Surah Al-Israa (سورة الإسراء) is intricately written in the Thuluth Jali script. The translation, “Glory to Allah Who did take His servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the farthest Mosque, whose precincts We did bless, in order that We might show him some of Our Signs, for He is the One Who heareth and seeth all things – سبحان الذي أسرى بعبده ليلا من المسجد الحرام إلى المسجد الأقصى الذي باركنا حوله , لنريه من آياتنا إنه هو السميع البصير” is creatively shaped to resemble the iconic Dome of the Rock mosque in Jerusalem. The use of the Thuluth Jali script adds an element of complexity and sophistication to the calligraphy, showcasing the intricacies of this script. The decision to craft the verse in the shape of the Dome of the Rock mosque is particularly meaningful, as it directly relates to the Quranic verse about the night journey from Mecca to Jerusalem. This deliberate connection between the script and the architectural representation enhances the visual and symbolic richness of the calligraphy. The calligraphy not only captures the essence of the Quranic verse but also serves as a beautifully crafted representation of the miraculous night journey, making it a remarkable and meaningful piece of art.
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