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Your name In Arabic calligraphy?

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Note : please note that it is a transcription into Arabic alphabet of the names phonetics. This translation is therefore an approximate match as certain sounds do not exist in the Arabic language (and vice-versa in English !). For example, Arabic has only three vowels : a, i and u.
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Arabic Caligraphy Generator is a free online tool that converts your or your loved one’s name from Latin characters into Arabic text (Arabic cursive) with a nice Islamic calligraphy. This tool is useful if you are curious how your name would look in Arabic letters or if you are interested in Arabic calligraphy.

Arabic caligraphy has a strong history in the Islamic world in merging culture and geometry and its boundless possibilities are unique in comparison to other scripts. It allows you a myriad of ways in creating one-of-a-kind calligraphic expressions. Be part of the proud tradition of Arabic calligraphy and use the Arabic Calligraphy Generator to create your name, favorite Q’uran verse or any other Islamic text on T-shirts, mugs, tattoos, posters, necklaces, shop signs, stickers, cards, letters and protest signs. Design your personalized caligraffiti with your own name or other sayings to decorate your room or a wall in your home.

Currently, the Arabic Calligraphy Generator uses the beautiful Islamic scrips of Thuluth, Dewani and Kufi. Naskh, Reqaa, Nastaliq scrips are being currently worked on and should be available soon. You can pick and choose your own fonts and create as many caligraffitis as you like - all for free!

Arabic is native to more than three hundred million people around the globe - the language, as well as the Islamic script has and was influenced by many other, often Islamic cultures and languages like Urdu (Pakistan), Persian and Farsi (Iran, India) or others, such as Sindhi (India), Uyghur, Kirgiz (Central Asia), Berber (North Africa), Pashtun (Afghanistan), Kurdish, Baluchi, Jawi and several African languages. The scripts are similar to each other and recognizable to people with knowledge in one of these languages / scripts. Writing any of these scripts in hand is a question of great skill and many hours, if not years of practice and a proud tradition throughout many cultures in the Middle East.

Create your first own set of Islamic calligraphy now with the Arabic Calligraphy Generator!