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Name Of The Last Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) In Arabic Froms

On this page you will find the name of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in different Islamic calligraphy styles. He is the last prophet sent for all worlds after Jesus (peace be upon him and upon all the Prophets of Allah).

"Certainly a Messenger has come to you from among yourselves; grievous to him is your falling into distress, excessively solicitous respecting you; to the believers (he is) compassionate." (The Holy Koran 9:128)

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We had made these works in memory of the birthday of the last prophet Muhammad. He was born on 20.April.571 at the night of Monday (12 of Rabeulawwal in Islamic calendar). This birth was like a rise of sun upon the humanity. He was sent as the last prophet after Jesus (peace be upon him) by the Lord of the worlds Allah (God). He was Allah`s mercy for the humanity to show them the right path for their happiness both in this life of the world and in the hereafter. Yes, He was a mercy for the humanity because believing the principles He brought and thought, was giving the humanity the chance to find the right belief which their Creator (Allah) approves and the right attitudes which enable them to live with each other in happiness, peace and affection without having to have bad experiences. He brought the last message of Allah to the humanity as a guide book.
By this means, we would like to tell you the first comment of the book He brought in the page order. Since it is a message sent for the mankind, the first comment of The Holy Koran in the page order is especially for the whole mankind: "O MANKIND! Worship your Lord, who had created you and those before you, so that you may protect yourselves. Who had appointed the earth a resting-place for you, and the sky a capony; and caused water to pour down from the sky, thereby producing fruits as a food for you. And do not set up rivals to Allah, while you know better..." (The Holy Koran 2:21-22)


ABOUT THE WORKS: The names of Muhammad were written in "Jalee Ta'liq" Islamic calligraphy style. The bodies of the texts were made from gold. In the first work, on the left of the name you see a respect and praying statement which is read as "Sallallaahu Alaehe Wa Sallam" (shortly saaw) and means "Blessings and peace of Allah be upon Him".
You see the backgrounds with a rose, why? Because the rose has a special significance in the Islamic literature: Especially in Turkish Islamic Literature and Arts, the rose represents prophet Muhammad and that is symbol of Him.
At the lower part of the work you see a verse from The Holy Koran which explains why Muhammad (saaw) was sent as a messenger of Allah: "We have only sent you as a mercy for all worlds." (The Holy Koran 21:107)

This artwork is in the same calligraphy style with the ones above. However it was written a little differently. You see 3D name of Muhammad (saaw) on a background with rose. On the left of the name the phrase "Sallallaahu Alaehe Wa Sallam" was written with pinkish orange color. Above the name you see the beginning of the Koran verse mentioned above which is read as "Wa maa arsalnaaka ellaa" and below the name you see the rest of the verse "Rahmatan lel aalameen". The body of the text of the verse was rendered as 3D with gold body. By clicking the pictures below you can see four different version of this artwork.

     

In these artwork we tried to design the works above with a red rose background. By clicking the pictures below you can see two different version of this work:

 

We made this artwork with yellow rose background. On the left of the name you see another respect and praying statement which read as "Aleihes salaam" and means "Peace of Allah be upon Him". Clicking the pictures below you can see three different version of this artwork:

   

At the background of the 3D Muhammad (saaw) name you see a rose and the verse of the Holy Koran explaining why Muhammad (saaw) was sent as a messenger of Allah: "We have only sent you as a mercy for all worlds." (The Holy Koran 21:107)

This work has a oak wood text body and background.

The name in this work also was written in "Jalee Ta'liq" Islamic calligraphy style. The background was made from mosaic.

This work has the same calligraphy style with the ones above. The name was made from gold and the background is from mixed pastel colors.

This work has a pastel colors background. You can also see this work with a green and blue satin backgrounds by clicking on the images below:

 

This work has a satin background and wood body. You can see this work with a plain green background by clicking on the image below:

In this work the name was made from hard wood with a black background.

In this work the name of Muhammad and the ground were made from bricks.
Our visitors may find a lack of relevance between the texture used in this work and the subject of it. Let us explain the thought behind choosing such texture for this work: While we were making this work a saying of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was in our mind. He said:
"My similitude in comparison with the other Prophets before me is that of a man who has built a house nicely and beautifully, except for a place of one brick in a corner. The people go about it and wonder at its beauty, but say: ‘Would that this brick be put in its place !’ SO I AM THAT BRICK, AND I AM THE LAST OF THE PROPHETS."
(Sources of the Hadith: Bukhare, Manakeb 18; Muslem, Fadail 21; The Page of Hammaam b. Munabbeh, Hadith 2.)

Here the name of Muhammad and the ground were made from stone. The hadith above was effective on us while we were making this work too.

Here the name of Muhammad was made from bricks and the ground from water. You see a rose under the water. You know the meaning of the rose anymore; don`t you ;).

We made these works in memory of the birthday of Prophet Muhammad too. These artworks are 3D version of the classic calligraphy work done by Mahmud Celâleddin Efendi with "Jalee Thuluth" Islamic calligraphy style. The subject of the artwork is a poem about Prophet Muhammad. Meaning of the poem in English is: "Muhammad is a human but he is not an ordinary human; He is like a ruby among the stones." As you understand, using a background with stones we tried to emphasize the theme of the poem. And for emphasizing the comparison to the ruby stone we have made the name of Muhammad -saaw- and the pronoun "Hoow" that indicates Him with red color. You can see this artwork with a different background too by clicking this picture:


Our Latest 3D Name of Mohammad (saaw) Animations We Made In The January 2015:

Arabic Voice (Holy Quran): http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153027425442801
(YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vflQIs8S_I )

English Voice Translation: http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153028215832801
(YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsZSR1-ysYs )

Turkish Voice Translation: http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153028208622801
(YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1wr8-LB0HI )

Azerbaijanese Voice Translation: www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153028436367801
(YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmBrHwyQXdI )

Persian Voice Translation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q73Ze7eZih0

Our Latest 3D Name of Mohammad (saaw) Artworks Made In The January 2015:

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