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On this page you will find Arabic forms of the phrase "Besmellaaherrahmaanerraheem" which means "In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful". It is also said shortly as "Besmellah". That is an important phrase for Muslim people. Because the Last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) adviced them to say this words at the beginning of every good work. He said: "Every work that does not begin saying Besmellaaherrahmaanerraheem is unfruitful." At the same time, this phrase is written and read in the beginning of every chapter (surah) of The Holy Koran. (You can click here to hear how this phrase is said.)

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On this work you see the phrase "Besmellah" as written in "Jalee Ta'liq" Islamic calligraphy style. The body of the text is from gold. The background is from multicolored mesh. By clicking onto the small pictures beneath you can see the phrase "Besmellah" as written in three rows with similar backgrounds:

 

This work has the same style and body as the works above. But the background was made from red mesh. Generally "Besmellah" is written in one row but sometimes the calligraphers write it in three rows. By this writing form, three names of Allah is seen and read in three rows in order: Allah, Ar-Raohmaon (The Beneficent), Ar-Roheeim (The Merciful). Clicking onto the pictures beneath you can see this work with different color backgrounds:

   

This work's text is also from gold and it has a blue mesh backgound. You can see it with blue color body clicking the pictures beneath:

 

On this work "Besmellah" was made from gold. At the background you see turquoize color masked Islamic patterns. The general name of the patterns in the background is "Shamsa" (in Turkish written as "Semse"). This pattern used to be used (and is being used even today) to adorn the cover or inside of Islamic books especially the Holy Korans. It is also used as a pattern on the inside walls of some mosques, on Turkish ceramics and clothes. There is more than ten "Shamsa" kinds and it is made using paint and gilding, using only paint or only gilding and using emboss techniques. You can click here to see some scanned samples of "Shamsa" from Holy Korans.
You can click the pictures beneath to see this work with a blue color text body and white background with "Shamsa"s:

 

On this work the phrase "Besmellah" was made from gold in three rows. It has multicolored pastel background.

On this work the text is from gold. The background is blue marbled paper. The marbling is one of the famous Turkish-Islamic arts which is more than 500 years old. In Turkey this art has been continued with Islamic calligraphy since the Ottoman by a master and apprentice relationship. This art is called and written as "Ebru" in Turkish, it is also known as "Turkish paper". Briefly, in this art all kinds of natural dying material which is not fading in light, not containing acids and not soluble in water are used. Using special tools and techniques, various "Ebru" designs drawn onto water, later that design transferred onto paper. There is different "Ebru" kinds and "Ebru" works are used as pictures for decoration at homes, as background or corner adornment for Islamic calligraphy works and inner part of book covers.
You can see this work with three rows "Besmellah"s by clicking the pictures beneath:

 

This work also has a blue marbled background with "Besmellah" from gold. The marble at the background is a little bit different from the one above. You can see this work in different forms with the same background by clicking the pictures beneath:

 

This work has a "Besmellah" from gold and red marbled paper background. You can see it in three rows with turquoize marbled background and in one line with yellow marbled background by clicking the pictures beneath:

 

The calligraphy style of the phrase "Besmellah" on this work is called as "Dewane". The work`s body is from gold, it has a red mesh background.
You can see this work "with blue mesh background", "in a frame" and "with wood body, green mesh background" by clicking on the images below:

   

This work is in the same style with the one above. Its body made from pastel colors with plain single color background. You can see this work also as made from "blue granite" and "wood" by clicking on the images below:

 

In this work here you see "Besmillaahirrahmaanerraheem" as written in normal text style and in three rows. Text body is from wood. Generally it is written in one row but sometimes the calligraphers write it like this. By this writing form, three names of Allah is seen and read in three rows in order: Allah, Ar-Raohmaon (The Beneficent), Ar-Roheeim (The Merciful)

Here you see a Besmillah artwork in plain style. It was made from wood.

This is the same work like the one above. But it has a bit different camera view.



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