Muhammad Ishaq Malik, a 54-year-old teacher from Darhal Malkan, Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir, has achieved an awe-inspiring feat by hand-writing a complete copy of the Holy Quran spanning 611 pages.
Determined to fulfill a childhood dream, Muhammad embarked on this extraordinary endeavor and completed the entire Quran in an impressive six months and 14 days. He expressed his heartfelt joy and gratitude, stating that writing the Quran by hand was his lifelong aspiration, fueled by his love for calligraphy since childhood.
The remarkable journey began when he casually wrote ‘Bismillah’ on a notebook while testing a newly bought pen at a stationery shop. Encouraged by the shop owner’s observation of his handwriting, Muhammad took up calligraphy as a challenge. As he proceeded with writing a chapter of the Quran, he felt an overwhelming sense of fulfillment, driving him to commit to the monumental task of transcribing the entire holy scripture.
With unwavering determination and dedication, Muhammad’s accomplishment stands as a testament to his deep faith and passion for calligraphy, leaving an indelible mark on his journey as an individual and as a teacher.
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