Dubai: Award-winning Pakistani artist Shahid Rasam has created the world’s largest Holy Quran, part of which will be unveiled at the Expo in Dubai.
According to the International News Agency, Pakistani artist Shahid Rassam has created the world’s largest Quran with the help of aluminum and gold. Its pages are 8.5 feet long and six and a half feet wide, while 150 words are written on one page and The number of pages is 550.
It is believed that the Qur’an has traditionally been engraved on paper, cloth or leather, but the first Pakistani artist to use aluminum and gold.
The most special thing about this creation is that the letters of the Holy Quran have not been written with a pen in it but it has been molded in aluminum and covered with gold water.
Shahid Rasam started this historic creation 5 years ago and a part of it will be presented for unveiling at Expo 2020 in Dubai this month.
Sham Rasam had earlier written 99 names of Allah with aluminum and gold plated words in 2000 and at the same time he came up with the idea of composing the Holy Quran in the same style.
The Pakistani artist was also given the ‘Artist of the Year’ award by the University of Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates.
It should be noted that at present the largest Quran is 6.74 feet high and 4.11 feet wide and has 632 pages.