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القرآن الكريم- مصحف قطر جودة عالية

القرآن الكريم- مصحف قطر جودة عالية

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Published by Musalman Bhai
Qatar has released the first editions of its print of the Holy Quran (Musâhaf Qatar), under the patronage of H.H. the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani. It is the latest print of the Holy Book available in the Arab and Islamic world, prepared after one of the biggest international calligraphy competitions ever. The idea of preparing Musâhaf Qatar originated in the 1990s and the project came to fruition after a decade, when it got approval from H.H. the Emir, in May 2000. With the assistance of a reputed Turkish research centre, an international competition of renowned international Arabic calligraphers was held in Doha in 2001 and two calligraphers were selected to prepare the new manuscripts in 24 months. After the comparison between the works of the two calligraphers, the work by Obaida Al Banki, from Syria, was selected, the Peninsula newspaper reported. The Musâhaf Qatar project included three phases writing, editing and printing supervised by a panel comprising experts from the Arab and Islamic world. The handwritten copy was to be thoroughly checked to ensure their full conformity with the original text of the Quran. The manuscripts were ready by June 2006 and they were submitted to the expert panel for the final selection. Qatar had set a budget of QR25m for printing of the Mushaf Qatar. The Qatari-print is one of the foremost both in terms of artistic and aesthetic value. Al Banki had used natural inks for writing and designing decorations.
Qatar has released the first editions of its print of the Holy Quran (Musâhaf Qatar), under the patronage of H.H. the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani. It is the latest print of the Holy Book available in the Arab and Islamic world, prepared after one of the biggest international calligraphy competitions ever. The idea of preparing Musâhaf Qatar originated in the 1990s and the project came to fruition after a decade, when it got approval from H.H. the Emir, in May 2000. With the assistance of a reputed Turkish research centre, an international competition of renowned international Arabic calligraphers was held in Doha in 2001 and two calligraphers were selected to prepare the new manuscripts in 24 months. After the comparison between the works of the two calligraphers, the work by Obaida Al Banki, from Syria, was selected, the Peninsula newspaper reported. The Musâhaf Qatar project included three phases writing, editing and printing supervised by a panel comprising experts from the Arab and Islamic world. The handwritten copy was to be thoroughly checked to ensure their full conformity with the original text of the Quran. The manuscripts were ready by June 2006 and they were submitted to the expert panel for the final selection. Qatar had set a budget of QR25m for printing of the Mushaf Qatar. The Qatari-print is one of the foremost both in terms of artistic and aesthetic value. Al Banki had used natural inks for writing and designing decorations.

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Published by: Musalman Bhai on Jul 14, 2013
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