English transliteration, Ayaat-ul-Kursi means, “The verse of the Throne”. It is verse 255 in the 2nd chapter of the Holy Quran. Muslims believe that reciting this verse enters the person into spiritual and physical protection against anything evil or harmful. This is perhaps the most memorized and recited verse by Muslims all over the world. Muslims like to recite this verse several times in a day especially early morning and as night approaches.
This is a print of an original art piece by Khurram Yamin. It is written in modified version of the Maghribi script. It is further decorated with an intricate design of flowers on a vine. The overall vintage look of the cream color background along with the hand written Arabic calligraphy in black ink and illumination by Yamin gives this piece an amazingly rich traditional look. This framed piece will enhance and beautify the walls of your home or office. Check the other three matching art pieces with this done by Khurram Yamin.
This art piece also make a fabulous gift for :
- House Warming Parties
This art print is already framed and ready to hang, which makes it a perfect gift. The recipient of your gift won't have to worry about getting it framed or figuring out what color to mat to get with the frame.
Semi-gloss paper framed in 1 inch 100% real wood frames with a matte enamel finish. Framed prints have an archival, shatterproof plexiglass. Framed paper prints offer you a professional finish ready to elevate any space.
- Ready To Hang - Wire hanger attached
- Professionally finished back
- Rubber Bumpers
- Sizes Reference the Print Inside the Frame
- Available in Black and White frames
Remember part of the net proceeds from the sale of this art piece go towards the support of the different projects Pen of Mercy has going on.
All artwork is subject to copyright and any reproduction or printing of this work is against the law.