Definitions

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  • n. a cursive style of Arabic calligraphy or font, the one most popular for and characteristic of the Arabic language itself.

Etymologies

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From Arabic نسخ (naskh, from násakha), "copy").

Examples

  • "Naskh" is change from a lower to a higher, as beast to man; "Maskh" (the common expression) is the reverse, "Raskh" is from animate to inanimate (man to stone) and "Faskh" is absolute wasting away to corruption.

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  • Wahida: Sura 2: 256 "Let there be no compulsion in religion" was superceded by the Doctrine of Naskh (Abrogation) by the Sword Verses of the Koran (Sura 8 "Booty" and Sura 9 "Compulsion"), specifically 9.5: "Fight and kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war."

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  • Originally developed in Iran, it is probably much more seriously associated with Urdu, a language which many of its speakers really tend to dislike using Naskh for its appearances.

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  • For the Arabic language, Naskh is probably the most common today.

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  • After Conversion: Naskh خط النسخ, Nastaʿlīq, Ruq'ah خط الرقعة, Thuluth خط الثُلث, Kufic الخط

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  • Before Conversion: Naskh خط النسخ, Nastaʿlīq, Ruq'ah خط الرقعة, Thuluth خط الثُلث, Kufic

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  • But there are six primary styles, which can generally be distinguished as being either geometric (basically Kufic and its variations) and cursive (Naskh, Ruq'ah, Thuluth, etc.).

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  • The holy Quran is in the Naskh script written with carbon black and vermilion.

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  • Naskh-Ta'alik) much used in India, is, as the name suggests, a mixture of the Naskhi (writing of transactions) and the Ta'alik.

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  • Based on your requirement i coded a example of UTF-8, protected void Page_Load (object sender, EventArgs e) {string convertMe = "Naskh خط النسخ,

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