The lines of calligraphers have neither beginning nor end as they constantly link and unlink. The calligrapher’s work lies in search of the absolute; his aim is to penetrate the sense of truth in an infinite movement so as to go beyond the existing world and thus achieve union with God.
Arabic calligraphy is a primary form of art for Islamic visual expression and creativity, it’s the artistic practice of handwriting and calligraphy based on the Arabic alphabet. It is known in Arabic as khatt (الخط العربي), Khatt is the Arabic term given to the artistic discipline of Islamic handwriting and calligraphy. Arabic calligraphy is a symbol representing power and beauty, Arabic Calligraphy history is the integration of artistry and scholarship. Through the abstract beauty of the lines, energy flows in between the letters and words. All the parts are integrated into a whole.