Darul quranic is an ancient Arabic book of calligraphs and calligraphics, which was first published by Ibn Qayyim in the 15th century and has been preserved in the Al-Tabari Library in Cairo.
Darul-e-Quran was composed by the prophet Muhammad, and has influenced Islamic scholarship ever since.
Daruul-Quranic has been translated into English, Chinese, Arabic and Hebrew, and it has been called the book of art and literature.
The book was written by Muhammad’s biographer, Abu Bakr, and was one of the first books to be produced in Arabic.
It is currently in the possession of the Al Khattab Library in Istanbul.
A few years ago, the University of Liverpool and the British Library began digitising it for the first time, with the aim of digitising the entire collection.
The new digital edition is now available online, and will allow us to read the words and calligraphic style of the Qur’an, as well as the meaning behind some of its more enigmatic verses.
“The Qur’anic calls to action are clear, clear and clear.
It tells us the people will not be deceived.
They will not have their heads turned.
They have the sword, they will take it and kill anyone who will take them, or they will come and seize their property, or their wives and children,” said Dr Muhsin Khaderi, a lecturer in the Islamic Studies Department at the University.
Dr Khaderian has studied Islamic calligraphry extensively, having studied the text and the calligraphes of Ibn Qays, Ibn Sina, and Abu al-Bakr.
“It is the first book that has been revealed in a language that nobody had seen before.
I feel that we have not only uncovered a vast amount of knowledge about calligraphies, but also the story behind them, and that it is one of our most significant literary achievements,” he said.
The research is published in the British Journal of Arabic, and can be found online at www.quran.org.au/book.
Dr Makhsin Khadaib, an expert on Arabic literature at the British Academy, said the Qurʼan’s calligraphical style has inspired its own set of calligrams, as illustrated in the images below.
“In Arabic calligraphys, there is a lot of variation.
The style that we use is one that was designed for the time period in which the Quran was revealed, and this is the style that is still in use today.
We have a lot more to learn about it,” he explained.
“This is what I like to call the ‘calligraphic tradition’ of the Quran.
There are some calligratical innovations in the Qurans text, but in general, the text remains very clear and straightforward.
“If you do not know what the Qurān is saying, you will not find the word anywhere in it. “
What you need to know is what the word means and where it comes from, and you will see the Qurân clearly,” Dr Khadaibi said.
“If you do not know what the Qurān is saying, you will not find the word anywhere in it.
And we need that knowledge to understand it better.””
So, we need to learn what the Quran says.
And we need that knowledge to understand it better.”