This artwork of Surah Rahman is verse number one to 18.
At the very center of this artwork, Rahman’s calligraphy is done in such a way that a pregnant woman appears in the distance. It is a hadith Qudsi that when Allah created mercy, He said to it: I am Rahman and you are mercy. I have derived your name from my name. So who will meet you. (i.e. will reward mercy) I will also reconcile him and whoever cuts you off, I will cut him to pieces. Since the word Rahm is derived from Rahman, so it is shown here that just as a mother nurtures her unborn child with love and mercy, so does Allah the Exalted be kind to us.
From the bottom on the right side, the first verse begins, in which the knowledge of the Qur’an is expressed through the use of pen and dowt.
An attempt has been made to show the moon and the moon in the solar system and different orbits. And along with this above, it is written in such a way that both “n” are connected with the paths of the planets.
Verses 7, 8 and 9 are talking about balance. These verses are balanced to a point by writing them in a circular form.
Verses 10, 11 and 12 are written in circular form to represent the earth.
Verse number 13 is written in the shape of an eye to explain the meaning of “So, O Jinns, which blessings of your Lord will you deny?”
Man has also been given the concept of dry soil by writing that he made it out of dry rotting mud.
And since the jinn was created from fire, the idea of the jinn is also expressed within it by keeping the flame in the concept. Along with the same verse, it is written in tears that “O Jinns, which of the blessings of your Lord will you deny?”
Both the east and the west, the master and lord of all is the same. The paper is cut out from around the east and from the inside to the west, making a diagram of the world to show. Which also makes the concept of night and day prominent.
At the same time, it is written with flower branches that “So, O Jin Vans, which of the blessings of your Lord will you deny?”