Arabic Scripts

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Pir Amooz Ketabaty Script

     The Arabic alphabet has two forms, Kufic and Naskhi. The earlier form, Kufic is angular, and has become the basis for a variety of decorative scripts, while the Naskhi script is cursive and used more generally for writing.

Mo Eghely Ketabaty Script

Din Darirehm Avesta Script

     All manuscripts of the Avesta (the scripture of Zoroastrianism) are written in this special script (neither Kufic or Naskhi), a Pahlavi (Persian) book script in an early state of development (Sasanian period, 224-633 a.d.)

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