A Remote Villager Is Using His Art To Revive The Dying Art Of Arabic Calligraphy

Arabic calligraphy is worship for Muqtar Ahmed, an Indian calligrapher who has made a mark for himself at the international level. Hailing from a remote village in Telangana and currently based in Bengaluru, Muqtar is on a mission to revive this dying art in India.

As beautiful as pearls, his works attract the attention even if one is not familiar with the Arabic language. According to Ahmed, the aesthetics and refinement are the specialities of Islamic art.

“Writing the Quranic verses and Hadith (sayings of the Prophet Mohammad) is worship. These works are sawab-e-jaria (continuous reward),” the calligrapher, who believes that there is no script more beautiful in the world, told IANS.

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