Courtesy of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. What is Arabic script calligraphy? Arabic script calligraphy is the art of beautiful writing, using the letters of the Arabic alphabet.
Now the rasm al-'Othmany refers to the way the sahaba have written the quranic text in the time of 'Othman as he insisted in case of dispute to use the words or language of Quraish.
The following picture is a copy of a very old Quran so it must be very close to this scriptur on the left hand side you may find the beginning of surah Taha 20 under the "zigzag line"so this picture shows the beginning of Taha 20 and the end of surat Mariam 19 as it was written in the 1st maybe even 2nd Century of Islam scholars such as Imam Malik refused any change to this rasm, but not much people would be able to read this now even if they are fairly or even well-versed in Arabic language.
The following picture shows the left site of the former image or a similar copy: This is covers under the zigzag line the verses until the words: The rasm al-'Othmany of this verse should rather look like this: About the new example The words you posted appear at the beginning of two verses of the Quran 4: Here a picture of an old copy of verse 4: The other two examples can be explained similarly as above.
To answer your questions: Are both of them considered as rasm Uthmani? If both are Uthmani, is there any term to call this difference? How many style that exist in the world? The rasm al-'Othmany is rather unique, when it comes to handwriting styles and calligraphy then I'd say as much as there are Arabic calligraphy styles!By Julia Kaestle ‘Arabic Calligraphy’ is a hybrid English term.
‘Calligraphy’, taken from the Greek kallos (beauty) and graphe (writing), is literally understood in the western perception as ‘beautiful (hand) writing’ of the Arabic language. Arabic Calligrapher. H.
The artists take the words and individual letters and begin to create original designs in the ancient art of Arabic Calligraphy paying attention to the balance, form and script properties. These have been 'copyrighted' with Allah (swt). Any imitation, duplication or other usage without explicit written consent.
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