In this course, the learners acquire the skill of writing Quranic verses with international calligraphic styles.
The writing of Quranic verses took place during the time of the Prophet Muhammad (S).
The term “کتابت القرآن” refers to the inscription of the verses of Quran using various calligraphic styles on different writing surfaces available during the time of revelation, such as stone, bone, palm leaves, and more. The individuals involved in this process were a group of prominent companions of the Prophet Muhammad (S). They worked under the supervision and guidance of the Prophet.
In the early years of the Hijri calendar, Quranic texts were written in the Kufic script on animal skins. For the first five centuries, the writing was exclusively done in the Kufic script. The early Quranic manuscripts lacked diacritical marks and vowel signs. Some features of these early Quranic manuscripts include:
The inscription of Quran is one of the fundamental subjects in the Quranic sciences and the collection of Islamic knowledge. The science of “رسم الخط” (calligraphy) holds a significant position and plays an important role in preserving the authenticity and perpetuity of Quran, as well as ensuring the accurate transmission of its verses to future generations.
The ability of writing Arabic.
At the end of the course, students should write a text with the rules they have learnt.
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