A calligraphic exhibition by a group of women calligraphers was put on display at the Punjab Council of the Arts-Rawalpindi (PUCAR) on Tuesday.
The two-day exhibition, titled “Takhlique”, had been organised under the banner of Musawareen in collaboration with the council. It was inaugurated by PUCAR Director Waqar Ahmed while flanked by senior calligraphers Moyyad Fazil, Abdul Rehman Tabani and Muhammad Azeem Iqbal.
He said that calligraphy is the legacy of Muslims and the interest of the younger generation in this art form, especially of women, was appreciable.
Ahmed hoped that through the exhibition, new talent will be encouraged to come forward and that the council was willing to provide them with a platform.
Participants including Soudah Sultana, Zainab Sarfraz, Amna Arshad, Huma Humayon, Khola Gul, Javeria Zaib, Hafsa and Wajiha Raja participated in the exhibition and showcased their calligraphic work through more than 50 art pieces in different mediums and styles.
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