Welcome to the another edition of MuslimMatters.org's regular Islamic Art feature, which this week comes to you on the first day of Ramadan!

If you want to see your work on MM, then either email us your images to art[@]muslimmatters[.]org or submit them to our Flickr group.

Over the next few weeks, we particularly welcome images that represent the true spirit of Ramadan.

Click on the images below to view the original.

Mogul Masjid/Iranian Mosque, Imam Bada, Mumbai - India, by Humayunn N A Peerzaada

Mogul masjid/Iranian Mosque, imam Bada, Mumbai - India, by Humayunn N A Peerzaada

Artwork, by UmmZ

Artwork, by UmmZ

Brand New Day, by Umm Travis

Brand New Day, by Umm Travis

Two amazing butterfly shots…

Butterfly, by Saad Malik

Butterfly, by Saad Malik

All mine, by Umar Nasir

All mine, by Umar Nasir

Lastly, I use this submission from brother Haroon to wish you all a wonderful Ramadan!

Coming Soon...

Coming Soon...

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8 Responses

  1. nadia

    Beautiful pictures, mashaAllah! Congratulations to everyone. Great job!

    Umm Travis, your picture looks like a dream :)

    Ramadam mubarak!

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  2. Saimah

    Mash’Allah nice pics! I especially like the masjid, the colors are so bright and vibrant Mash’Allah! :)

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  3. LMirza

    One thing we should discuss is why there are very few books published in Arabic in the last 40 years. A study by a University in Egypt said that only 800 books (eight hundred!) were published in Arabic in the last 40 years.
    What is the reason? Is it because our minds are closed? I Sure, we are close to 1 billion people speaking the language.

    Something to ponder

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  4. shoeb k

    Yes, bro Mirza. Something to explore as to why this decline happened.

    Do you have any info on books published in Farzi during the same time?

    On the Arabic side, is it due to a general economic and educational decline, influence of the fundamentalists, lack of leading universities etc? Is there any study done?

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