Talking to TheNation, Dr Masud said it was aimed at persevering and promoting the art of traditional calligraphy since there was a dire need of raising awareness about it.

She said introducing the Islamic calligraphy and its importance in Muslim’s culture, describing artistic and aesthetic values of Islamic calligraphy, teaching the basics of major calligraphy style, celebrating cultural diversity and promoting ethnic awareness and reviving and promotion the art of calligraphy traditional and classical principles are its major objectives.

This moot is aimed at teaching calligraphy to the people in a way that they become aware of its aesthetic value and be able to write it beautifully bringing their eye, hand and heart in harmony. The more and more exercise of it will bring beauty and balance in their writing. The students of this workshop will take these skills to different parts of Pakistan.