Title: The Wonders of Calligraphy
Author: Khursheed Alam Gauhar Qalam
Year of Publication: 2006
Number of Pages: 220
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uzma.personall (verified owner) – January 14, 2019
~”Good handwriting reveals the inner character of a person” Hazrat Ali ~ . From breathtaking works of Khurshid Alam Gauhar Gulam this book is all about calligraphy style (kufic) development in different era and how Islamic calligraphy started reaching unprecedent high. . At early time amazing calligraphers turn it into different styles. Islamic calligraphy become famous in subcontinent too because of Nashtaliq script. . What literally amaze me was that their Inspirable work are still save in different state but sadly not in Pakistan. Even now in today’s world Islamic calligraphy is loved and respected by non-Muslims fellows too. . Let’s have a glimpse of Islamic calligraphy history in Ustad Khurshid Alam style. All of his artwork are truly breathtaking I have no words to explain beauty of this book. Love how this book can even take you in different times, this one is hard to put down I am spending my days praising this beauty in short I’m obsessed with it
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