Showing posts with label Calligraphy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Calligraphy. Show all posts

Friday, August 11, 2023

Durood o Salaam- Calligraphy-

Durood o Salaam- Calligraphy-

Durood o Salaam Calligraphy allama kaukab noorani okarvi

The True Creator Himself sends Durood and Salaam (salutation) on him, swears by his locks and his face, and calls obedience to him as obedience to Himself and allegiance to him as allegiance to Himself. Calls his hand as His own hand and following him as His happiness, gives the good news of Paradise to his slaves and warns those who deny him with the tortures of Hell....Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi-

Thursday, October 26, 2017




Monday, August 7, 2017

PROPHET'S [Peace be upon him ] CALLIGRAPHY

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Islamic calligraphy

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

5th Jamaadi ul Ukhraa:Hazrat Maulana Jalaal ud deen Ruumi (Rahmatul Laahi ‘Alaieh)

The mausoleum, of Hazrat Maulana Jalaal ud deen Ruumi (Rahmatul Laahi is located in Konya, Turkey.It was also the dervish lodge (tekke) of the Mevlevi order.

Sultaan 'Ala' al-Din Kayqubad, the Seljuk sultaan who had invited Maulâna to Konya, offered his rose garden as a fitting place to bury Bahaa' ud-Den Walad (also written as Bahaa ud deen Valed), the father of Maulâna, when he died on 12 January 1231. When Maulâna died on 17 December 1273 he was buried next to his father.
His successor Hüsamettin Çelebi decided to build a mausoleum over his grave of his master. The Seljuk construction, under architect Behrettin Tebrizli, was finished in 1274. Gürcü Hatun, the wife of the Seljuk Emir Suleyman Pervane, and Emir Alameddin Kayser funded the construction. The cylindrical drum of the dome originally rested on four pillars. The conical dome is covered with turquoise faience.
However several sections were added until 1854. Selimoğlu Abdülvahit decorated the interior and performed the woodcarving of the catafalques.

The decree of 6 April 1926 confirmed that the mausoleum and the dervish lodge (Dargaah) were to be turned into a museum. The museum opened on 2 March 1927. In 1954 it was renamed as "Maulâna Museum".

One enters the museum through the main gate to the marble-paved courtyard. The (washing fountain) in the middle of the courtyard was built by Yavuz Sultan Selim.
One enters the mausoleum and the small mosque through the Tomb gate.Its two doors are decorated with Seljuk motifs and a Persian text from Abdurrahman Cami dating from 1492. It leads into the small Tilaawat Room decorated with rare and precious Ottoman calligraphy in the different styles. In this room the Quraan was continuously recited and chanted before the mausoleum was turned into a museum.
One enters the mausoleum from the Tilaawat Room through a silver door made, according to an inscription on the door, by the son of Mehmed III in 1599. On the left side stand six coffins in rows of three of the dervishes who accompanied Maulâana and his family from Balkh. Opposite to them on a raised platform, covered by two domes, stand the cenotaphs belonging to the descendants of the Maulâna family (wife and children) and some high-ranking members of the Mevlevi order.
The coffin of Maulâna is located under the green dome.It is covered with brocade, embroidered in gold with verses from the Quraan. This, and all other covers, were a gift of sultaan Abdul Hamid II in 1894. The actual burial chamber is located below it. Next to Maulâna's sarcophagus are several others, including the sarcophagi of his father Bahaeddin Veled and his son Sultan Veled. The wooden sarcophagus of Maulâna dates from the 12th century now stands over the grave of his father. It is a masterpiece of Seljuk woodcarving. The silver lattice, separating the sarcophagi from the main section, was built by Ilyas in 1579.
The Ritual Hall was built under the reign of Sülaimaan the Magnificent at the same time as the adjoining small mosque. All the display in this room, together with an ancient Kirşehir praying rug (18th century), dervish clothes (Maulâna's included) and four crystal[citation needed] mosque lamps (16th century, Egyptian Mameluk period). In this room one can also see a rare Diwaan-i-Kebir (a collection of lyric poetry) from 1366 and two fine specimens of Masnavi  (books of poems written by Maulâna) from 1278 and 1371.


Monday, September 7, 2015


                                         AYATUL KURSI
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Sunday, May 31, 2015


                                   SUBHAAN ALLAAH
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Friday, March 14, 2014

Auraaid e Mashaa'ikh-Kalimaah - Calligraphy- Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Al Hamd-du lil Laah -[Allaah Be Praised]- Deoband to Bareilly- Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Al Hamd-du lil Laah -[Allaah Be Praised]- Deoband to Bareilly- Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Al Hamd du lil Laah Deoband to Bareilly allama kaukab noorani okarvi

                                Al Hamd-du lil Laah 

                   Al Hamd-du lil Laah (Allaah be praised) 

we the Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamaa’at, have been for centuries the symbols of truth. The basis of all our beliefs is the Qur’aan and the Sunnat and the correctness of our beliefs and acts are proved through books of the Deobandis, Wahaabi and Tableeghi etc themselves. The differences between them and us are not for selfish reasons, but are for the sake of Allaah and His Messenger (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam). We will not like someone who is the enemy of our beloved or is against him.

We don’t compromise with him, don’t try to have friendship with him. It is a pity that we consider our dear ones and our relatives more adorable and important than Allaah and the personality of His Messenger (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam). This is the only real cause of our troubles and miseries. Because until we don’t bear the most and the truest love to our holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam), are not eager to follow him, we are not the perfect slaves of him, till that time we cannot achieve progress, solidarity, peace, amity and prosperity.

 Excerpt-Deoband to Bareilly by Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi