Loh-e-Qurani is name for the mysterious or disjointed letters found in the Holy Quran. These are combinations of 1-5 Arabic letters found at the beginning of 29 chapters in the Holy Quran. The meaning in Arabic and the precise significance of these letters is not known, since even the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) didn’t know their meaning. Muslims from the South Asia like to hang art work of these mysterious letters in their homes.
This is a print of an original art piece by Khurram Yamin. It is written in a modified version of the Maghribi script. It is further decorated with an intricate and delicate design of flowers on a vine in blue, pink, yellow and teal colors. The overall look of the clean off-white background along with the hand written Arabic calligraphy in black ink and the intricate design of the illumination by Yamin gives this piece an amazingly rich traditional look. This piece will enhance and beautify the walls of your home or office.
This art piece also make a fabulous gift for :
- House Warming Parties
Remember the net proceeds from the sale of this art piece go towards the support of the needy single young moms and their children through the different projects Pen of Mercy has going on.
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, White & Espresso colors
Please understand that colors shown on different monitors may vary from the actual print color. We make sure colors are as accurate to what is shown on our monitor when printed.
All artwork is subject to copyright and any reproduction or printing of this work is against the law.