Alif Laam Meem Canvas | Maaida Noor


Alif Laam Meem | Maaida Noor

“Alif Laam Meem. This is the Book; in it is guidance sure, without doubt, to those who are mindful of Allah.” [Al-Qur’an 2:1-2] Al-Muqattaat or the abbreviated letters consist of two to five Arabic Alphabets, figuring at the beginning of 29 Chapters in The Qur’an in which 'Alif Laam Meem' occurs in six surahs (Chapters). The meaning and purpose of these letters is mysteriously veiled. As Qur’an itself is a miracle and holds hidden values for the pure seeking hearts, it often times challenges mankind to produce a Surah (verse) at least somewhat like the Qur’an in beauty and elegance, if they doubt its authenticity. These mysterious letters are known to us, and used frequently to formulate words however just like life cannot be created by us, even if we possess knowledge of the constituents of the human body. Similarly, the eloquence and beauty of expression that we find in the Qur’an can not be captured, despite knowing the letters that constitute the Qu'ran. The Qur'an thus proves its Divine origin.

This piece by Maaida Noor is the perfect finishing touch for your interior. With each print being made to order especially for you, you can rest easy knowing that only the finest, museum-standard materials and processes are used, creating incredibly sharp and vibrant giclée prints on a finely textured artist-grade cotton canvas. The print is stretched over professional artist stretcher bars milled from the finest quality kiln-dried knotless pine.  With proper care your print is guaranteed to last for more than 100 years.

We have partnered with a network of global print labs to automatically route orders to the nearest manufacturing facility as determined by the customer’s address. So we can individually fulfil each order as close to the customer as possible in order to reduce carbon footprint.

So whatever colours our artists use to create their art Your prints will be “Green” and here to enjoy for many years to come.

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