Tasbih (Arabic: تَسْبِيح, tasbīḥ) is a form of Zikr that involves the glorification of God in Islam by saying Subḥānallāh (سُبْحَانَ ٱللَّٰهِ, meaning "Glorified is God"). It is often repeated a certain number of times, using either the phalanges of the right hand or a misbaha to keep track of counting.
- Fine Art Print
- Hahnemühle 210 gsm, Albrecht Dürer
- Packed in a protective card board tube
- Shipped 2-5 working days from order
This is an open edition print from Mehdi Naghavi's calligraphic works. All orders are carefully packed in a protective card board tube, shipped with tracking number and insurance. The artwork is printed on Albrecht Dürer 210 gsm, an Acid- and lignin-free paper from Hahnemühle with a textured, Matt surface. The printer used to ensure long lasting beauty and value is Canon iPF8400, a large format inkjet printer using Canon's Lucia Ex pigment based archival inks, providing extremely rich colors and a first-class deep black.