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The captain of calligraphers in Egypt grants a certificate of excellence and license to the youngest calligrapher in Upper Egypt | photo

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Musaad Khudhair Al-Borsaidi, the head of the Calligraphers Syndicate, was granted a certificate of excellence and license to the student Abdul Karim Muhammad Marjan, at the Faculty of Arts, Department of Arabic Language at South Valley University, known as the youngest calligrapher in Upper Egypt, where he is 19 years old.

In a statement to Al-Ahram Gate, Marjan said that writing the Noble Qur’an in naskh script was a dream that he had seen from a young age, stressing that the license has its strict rules, as it is only granted when those in charge of the leave see the splendor of calligraphy and new directions in handling.

He pointed out that the idea of ​​writing the Noble Qur’an was haunted by him from a young age, adding that he started studying Arabic calligraphy at the Arabic Calligraphy School in Abucht, Qena, and followed up with early teachers in calligraphy until he was qualified to be also a teacher at the School of Calligraphy; he teaches doctors and engineers in the art of Arabic calligraphy.

Musaad Khudhair Al-Borsaidi, the head of the Calligraphers Syndicate, confirmed that he had seen the lines of Abdul Karim Marjane, and found that they had reached a high level of sophistication and quality, and that he became qualified to write the Qur’an in naskh script.

The youngest calligrapher in Upper Egypt

The youngest calligrapher in Upper Egypt

The youngest calligrapher in Upper Egypt



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