Rawalpindi - A one-day Sufi Art Exhibition of art instructor of Rawalpindi Arts Council Younis Roomi on message of Sufism was showcased here on Friday.

Ambassador of Netherland Marcel de Vink accompanied by Shaikha Noor, Tulin and Saljook from Turkey, Prof Erdaal from Germany, Bilal Chishti from Ajmair Sharif and Khadim Ahmed Haqeeqi from Afghanistan inaugurated the exhibition.

Addressing at the inaugural ceremony, the Ambassador of Netherland Marcel said that the artwork of Younis Room depicted the real ‘sufi’ essence and he has introduced new trends in calligraphy and antique Younis Roomi is transferring his skills of Fine Art at the Rawalpindi Arts Council and knowledge to the students who want to become artists and explore this field as a professional artist.

Belonging to a humble family of Shikarpur, Sindh, Younis, developed interest in art as he grew up. His work included calligraphy, landscape, abstract, Sufism, figurative, antique, cubism, and expressionism.

He also have experienced with different mediums like sand and glue, acrylic and screen and sketching and 3D effect.

He has the edge to have introduced a new technique of antique style showing message of peace through teachings of Sufism.