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Basics of Brush Calligraphy (With Kit)

2,100.00
Date: 18th &19th September 2021 Time: 4:00-6:30 PM(both days)Introduction of the Artform: Brush Lettering is the art of drawing the letters of the English alphabet by applying thick and thin strokes of a brush tip. The contrast of these thick and thin strokes is the essence of this popular style of brush lettering. Brush Calligraphy basics must commence from correctly holding a pen, to learning the basic strokes first. These basic strokes are important to start with, because these are the building blocks to the individual alphabets. The basic strokes also ensure that your handwriting, no matter how good or bad it is, doesn't interfere with your style of brush lettering.Objective: In this workshop, we will learn the correct way to draw these basic strokes, and then each and every lower case letter will be demonstrated through a breakdown of the basic strokes that build it. Real-time demonstration helps you observe the correct way to craft the letters. The personal attention given to each of your learning will eliminate any mistakes which are generally never brought to attention otherwise, in recorded courses or online tutorials.
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2,100.00

Deliverance

4,000.008,000.00
Islamic calligraphy at its most sublime! The calligraphy is complemented by vibrant background and foreground colours to mirror the elation felt by an individual when he or she receives assistance when it is most needed.
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INĀSH Series / 1

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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4,000.008,000.00

INĀSH Series / 2

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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INĀSH Series / 3

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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INĀSH Series / 4

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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INĀSH Series / 5

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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4,000.008,000.00

INĀSH Series / 6

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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INĀSH Series / 7

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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INĀSH Series / 8

4,000.008,000.00
Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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4,000.008,000.00
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Khatte Arabi Premium Calligraphy Kit

1,690.00
Introducing our RadiantArts Khatte Arabi premium calligraphy kit expertly created from start to finish.Hand-crafted with thoughtful designs at an extremely affordable price for beginners and seasoned calligraphers alike.The kit comes with a set of 5 pens in a leather pouch, a blank booklet of 25 glossy pages with 2 complimentary practice sheets, ink bottle, and a glass container with Liqa to hold the ink.Free Shipping All Over India.Delivery: 10 to 12 working days
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1,690.00
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Basics of Brush Calligraphy (Without Kit)

1,650.00
Date: 18th &19th September 2021 Time: 4:00-6:30 PM(both days)Introduction of the Artform: Brush Lettering is the art of drawing the letters of the English alphabet by applying thick and thin strokes of a brush tip. The contrast of these thick and thin strokes is the essence of this popular style of brush lettering. Brush Calligraphy basics must commence from correctly holding a pen, to learning the basic strokes first. These basic strokes are important to start with, because these are the building blocks to the individual alphabets. The basic strokes also ensure that your handwriting, no matter how good or bad it is, doesn't interfere with your style of brush lettering.Objective: In this workshop, we will learn the correct way to draw these basic strokes, and then each and every lower case letter will be demonstrated through a breakdown of the basic strokes that build it. Real-time demonstration helps you observe the correct way to craft the letters. The personal attention given to each of your learning will eliminate any mistakes which are generally never brought to attention otherwise, in recorded courses or online tutorials.
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Cursive Writing Kids Workshop

1,200.00
Cursive writing is the style of writing in a connected manner where the letters give a cohertent flowing effect. The most widely used form of writing because of its flow and ease in writing that saves time instead of breaking the flow of writing after each letter.The actual word ‘cursive’ comes from the Middle French word ‘cursif’, which comes from the Medieval Latin word ‘cursivus’ which means ‘running'. This makes sense as your pen is literally running along the page without breaking.Learning cursive not only improves retention and comprehension, it engages the brain on a deep level as students learn to join letters in a continuous flow. It  enhances fine motor dexterity and gives children a better idea of how letters work in combination. Joined-up handwriting develops motor skills and pen control. You can also recognise letters quicker by learning cursive. When you teach cursive handwriting, you’re practising important muscle movements. These are needed for manual dexterity. Being able to complete fine motor movements will also contribute to children’s hand-eye coordination. This is the reason of introducing cursive writing to children at a young age.Good cursive hand gives a child the confidence to be able to write to express confidently and clearly. It gives a neat look to their assignments and helps in better assessment or future reference of notes. Later, in life although with the presence of keyboards, good handwriting is an impressive skill to have.
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Flowers of the East

1,999.00
Biomorphic art is one of the three main forms in Islamic art, the others being calligraphy and geometry. Biomorphic patterns vary greatly, and their application can be found in various crafts and architectural designs. The popularity of floral motifs was because traditionally, living creatures and humans were not supposed to be depicted in Islamic art. Therefore, the plant kingdom provided subjects that were non-controversial and capable of stylization. We find the traditional floral pattern carved on the textiles, ceramics, manuscripts, on the interiors and facades of famous architectural monuments ie. Madrasa, Masajids and tombs all over the islamic lands. However in Persia and central Asia the floral designs reached its Zenith especially in the Mughal era. These floral motifs are inspired by nature and drawn with perfection using simples geometry with the help of compass and ruler.
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INASH- Revive your Senses

500.00
RadiantArts presents exclusive notecards with renditions of paintings by Zaenab Imaduddin from her INASH by ArtbytheBay collection. The box contains 8 cards sized 4.5 in x 7 in and an envelope for each. ----- About the INĂSH Collection:Meandering down the streets of Cairo, eyes cannot escape the grandeur of the 10th century Fatemi edifices standing tall on al Moiz le Deenillah Street (al-Qaaherah al-Moizziyah) and the architectural motifs laced with ArabicKufic inscriptions from the Quran. Ears pick up the bustle of the markets of Khan al-Khalili and the hanging ornate brass and trinkets with traditional Arabic calligraphy that move gently in the warm breeze. Hands yearn to touch the textured stained glass arabesque designs on bottles, wall plates and glasses. The waft of ‘qahwah masreeyah’(Arabic coffee) and the fragrant smoke from the mabkhara ( incense) intoxicate.Bringing these sights to life by daubing the canvas with vibrant acrylics in an abstract manner; graphically infused with traditional arabesque and motifs inspired from Fatimi and Arabic art and architecture.INASH revives the senses by transporting one to the wonderful world of Nostalgia.
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Islamic Calligraphy: Thuluth Style

1,199.00
Topic: The Art of Writing Thuluth Script with Shk Shabbir Bagichawala Date: 10th July, Saturday Time: 4:00 P.M. - 5:30 P.M IST Fees: ₹1199 Minimum age of participant: 15 yearsArt form: Islamic Calligraphy: Thuluth Style An introduction to the different styles of Arabic Calligraphy with demonstration of simple letters, some word formations, and the asmaa’ mubarakah of Khamsat Athaar AS (Thuluth and Naskh style variants) by Master Calligrapher Shk. Shabbir Bhai Bagichawala.Along with the history and origin of the script, we will also introduce mizaan al-niqaat (guidelines for the placement and spacing of dots and lines). Participants will be taught writing formations of khatt-e-thuluth, which will be the focus of this workshop.Further, a practice session within the workshop will demonstrate the formation of some Asmaa’ Allah al-Husnaa and the sacred names of Panjatan Paak AS. This will facilitate practice of the calligraphy skills needed to create one’s own tazyeen for Ashara Mubaraka 1443 H.Material List: Graphy Copy Calligraphy pen or marker Size: 2.0 & 3.0 mm
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Learning Khat-al-Naskh (Intermediate level)

2,100.00
Introduction: Naskh is a smaller, round script of Islamic calligraphy. Naskh is one of the first scripts of Islamic calligraphy to develop, commonly used in writing administrative documents and for transcribing books, including the Qur’an, because of its easy legibility.Objective: In this 2 days workshop we will learn the art from scratch to gain valuable insights to write a whole passage by yourself.Instructor: Shk Moiz Janab Nagpurwala, a revered Arabic Calligraphy artist and teacher who has been working on esteemed Calligraphy projects since years. With his designs used in tazyeen, official documents, books and scriptures he will help beginners make a head start with Khat-al-NaskhDate and Time: 30th October- 3:30-5:30 PM 31st October- 3:30- 4:30 PM
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Persian Illumination Workshop

3,999.00
Persian Illumination (Tezhip)Tezhip, also known as Persian Illumination, is a traditional form of Islamic art that involves the intricate embellishment of various surfaces with vibrant and detailed designs. Originating from the Persian region, tezhip has a rich history dating back several centuries. Tezhip holds significant cultural and religious importance in Persian and Islamic societies. It is commonly used to adorn religious texts like the Quran, prayer books, as well as official documents and royal decrees. The art form showcases the craftsmanship and creativity of the artists while reflecting the spiritual and aesthetic values of Persian culture. In recent years, tezhip has experienced a revival and gained international recognition as a valuable art form. Contemporary artists continue to practice tezhip, exploring new materials and techniques to innovate within the tradition. Tezhip's captivating beauty and intricate details continue to enchant viewers, making it an enduring symbol of Persian art and aesthetics. Artist Introduction: Art was never created in isolation, this is Mariyah’s motto, the artist behind the page Mariyah Farooqui art.Finding beauty in traditional arts, she has created a niche wherein she assimilates various traditional art forms to create contemporary works of art. She is an avid student and practitioner of Persian Illumination, Kirigami, Sacred geometry and Arabic Calligraphy. She is self taught as well as has had the opportunity to study under various masters across the world.Her art draws on the spiritual and aesthetic aspects of art. This interconnection, a creative correspondence between humanity and divinity, helps her combine various art forms together to create and express traditional art in a contemporary way that is centered around balance and symmetry and is both unique and relatable.
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The Art of Composing & Decorating Calligraphy ( Khat al Arabi)

1,999.00
Art Introduction : The art of Arabic Calligraphy is beauty personified with the curves of letter formations, symmetry and visual aesthetic. Arabic letterings and script create the perfect balance with their dots, points, edges, and curves which makes up for the best component for a design. It becomes enhanced and impressively eye pleasing when it is moulded in a thematic shape and decorated with florals, this is the ℎ with small shapes, marks, designs and motifs. Decorative Calligraphy elevates the look of Calligraphy lending more character to the written subject. Highly used in tazyeen, stage backdrops, logos, wedding calligraphy and book titles.Artist Introduction: The artist- Taher Shabbir bhai Jamali, an Arabic Calligraphy Artist from Bangalore, has been practising calligraphy since the past 6 years, he has learnt his basics from the master calligrapers of AlJamea tus Saifiyah. He enjoys composing innovative artworks in different shapes and formats. His distinctive style is working with florals to add more character to the calligraphy
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