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Synonyms for calligraphic

of or relating to representation by means of writing

Synonyms for calligraphic

of or relating to or expressed in calligraphy

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shortlisted initially and then the jury comprising over senior calligraphers selected the best calligraphic works in three categories of Nastaleeq, Thuluth and Modern style.
An exhibition of selected calligraphic art pieces will
An exhibition of selected calligraphic art pieces will also be held along with the competition which will remain open for the general public during the whole week, the statement concluded.
He said the division has achieved success in this mission during a short span of time through arranging calligraphic exhibitions at national and international levels, establishing first-ever calligraphic wing and compiling a directory of calligraphers.
Speaking on the occasion, Ustad Shafiq-uz-Zaman expressed his gratitude for Irfan Siddiqui and NLPD DG, Iftikhar Arif for acknowledging his calligraphic contributions.
He said that the division has achieved success in this mission during a short span of time through arranging calligraphic exhibitions at national and international levels, establishing the first-ever calligraphic wing and compiling a directory of calligraphers.
I asked, and she replied, "The piece was a breakthrough, and created a new genre, dubbed calligraphic landscape.
According to a statement on Saturday, the new logo is inspired by the UAE's rich calligraphic heritage and celebrates the country's success in becoming a thriving financial centre for the wider region while highlighting the elements of cooperation, coordination and unity that have enabled the seven emirates to exert concerted efforts to shape the future of the industry.
Traditionally, calligraphic script is associated with formality, bound by practised codes and cultural traditions.
Over 40 pieces of calligraphic artwork artistically inscribed with selected verses from the Holy Quran, have been showcased in the exhibition.
Produced in 1293 Hijri, or in the year 1876, its facade is embroidered with calligraphic forms of verses and Islamic motifs.
In recent past the main arch of the mosque was repaired by government authorities and a calligraphic aayat of Holy Quran, carved on stone was replaced from the mosque to National Museum of Pakistan.
I know existence is a kind of scrawl or faint calligraphic message
In the 11th Century CE, six calligraphic styles became popular across the world using the Arabic alphabet, which are known as Naskh, Thuluth, Muhaqqaq, Rihani, Tauqi and Riqa.
This is what this study attempts to answer, by hermeneutically investigating Japanese calligraphic art, by examining the nature and function of this type of image, and by highlighting the value and significance of this manner of representing the sacred (5) in Japanese spirituality.