Persian calligraphy is the aesthetic inscribing accompanied by creating beauty. A calligrapher is someone who endeavors to create a beauty with artistic values in addition to inscribing the body of a text.
This art is categorized as a visual art and despite its presence almost in all cultures, it shines in the eastern countries. Specifically the Islamic countries.
Persian calligraphy is a prodigious equilibrium between the elements of a text. The size of each letter forms a constant proportion that exceeding it disregards a century-long agreement between the calligrapher and the audience.
To find out more about the Persian calligraphy, check out this episode. Here I sat with and talked to Dr. Tandis Taghavi about her path in this line of art. She is a national calligrapher who conducted her art exhibition in several countries. This episode was spoken entirely in Farsi.
Here is Dr. Taghavi's note to this podcast.
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In this episode, we are talking about the required tools for Persian calligraphy. So here are the tools.
Here I have selected some of the fine writings of Madam Tandis Taghavi. All of the following works are categorized as "Qur'an scribing".
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