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I took this photo in Ibn Tulun Mosque, Cairo, Egypt. One of the oldest mosques in the world.
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I took this photo in Ain Sokhna, such a lovely memory for a lovely place
I took this photo in Nabatat Island in Aswan, Egypt. One of the most beautiful and peaceful places.
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This heart should rather be beating, and get burned in the fire of love The day that I spend without being in love, is such a waste. Rubaiyat (quatrains) of Omar Khayyam with kufic calligraphy.
Arabic calligraphy is considered one of the decorative elements which is used in islamic architecture and and all the applied arts. Egypt played a main role in improving calligraphy from Tulunid to Mamluk period. They used to write scripts from the Quran and prayers (Dua’) in all the stuff which they used in their daily life like cups, plates, jewelry boxes even their hair brush.AL Ezz AL Daym was one of the most prayers (Dua’) they repeatedly used in their daily life. It means , “May Allah Grant you wellness forever”. I’ve used this Dua’ with this beautiful motif which came from the School/Mousque and Mausoleum of Emir Sarghitmish in Cairo in this mirror frame.
Picture taken in Jordan “Petra” Summer 2014
Picture taken in Sri Lanka 2014