The term hilya (Arabic حلية (plural: ḥilan, ḥulan), Turkish: hilye (plural: hilyeler) denotes both a The second most important hilye, after Hakani’s, is considered to be Cevri İbrahim Çelebi’s hilye, Hilye-i Çihar-Yar-ı Güzin (), about the. –) to write his famous poem Hilye-i Şerif (The Noble Description), also known as Hilye-i Hakani The principal goal of Hakani’s poem consists in. – Buy Hilye-I Hakani book online at best prices in India on Read Hilye-I Hakani book reviews & author details and more at

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See our Returns Policy. There are contemporary exponents of the art outside this region, such as the Pakistani calligrapher Rasheed Butt and the American calligrapher Mohamed Zakariya. Hakani hilyr-i another hadith, also attributed to Ali. The challenge of the silver screen: Whoever sees my hilye after me is as though he has seen me God gave me the good news that whoever looks at my hilye and gets delight from it, hiyle-i it to his chest and protects it like his life, will be protected from hellfires on Doomsday; he will not suffer in this world nor in the other.

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Read more Read less. Later hilyes were also written for the first four Caliphsthe companions of MuhammadMuhammad’s grandchildren Hasan and Hussein and Islamic saints walis. Archived from the original on December 2, While writers developed hilye as a literary genre, calligraphers and illuminators hilyei it into a decorative art form.


Hilye-I Hakani (Turkish, Hardcover)

The term of hilye was used for the art form for presenting these texts. Museum With No Borders.

Share your thoughts with other customers. Applicable only on ATM card, debit card or hily-i card orders. It consisted of a description of Mohammad in Arabic, and below that its Turkish hakanu, written in diagonal, to create a triangular block of text. The Cambridge companion to Muhammad. Islamic arts of the book Turkish art Islamic calligraphy Cultural depictions of Muhammad Islamic terminology. Retrieved August 22, Hilye combined with blocks of text in the form of famous Relics of Muhammad.

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Hilye-i Hakani

Muraqqa Hilya Ottoman illumination. Journal of Turkish Studies in Turkish.

Kashida Qalam Word heaping. His poem has been copied on paper as well as on wooden panels by many calligraphers and has been read with the accompaniment of music in Mawlid ceremonies.

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The folding lines were reinforced with cloth or hakaani. A characteristic feature of the texts shown at the centre of hilyes is their praise for the beauty of Muhammad’s physical appearance and character. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Other hilye writers express, usually at the end of the hilyetheir desire to be commended to the esteem of Muhammad, the other prophets, or the four haakni.


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Hakani has said in his poem that a house with a hilye will be protected from trouble. Other pocket hilyes were made of wood. Praise Durood Naat Mawlid. One hilye writer, Hakim, wrote that he wishes that people will remember Muhammad as they look at his hilye.

Audible Download Audio Books. The acceptance and influence of this work has led to the use of the term “shama’il” appearance to mean Muhammad’s fine morals and unique physical beauty. This is a reproduction of a book published before Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hilyes. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

This hadith of unknown origin is said to have been in circulation since the 9th century [33] but is not found in the reliable hadith collections. Hilyeboth as the literary genre and as the graphic art form, originates from shama’ilthe study of Muhammad’s appearance and character.

The remainder of the space is taken up with decorative Ottoman illuminationof the type usual for the period, often with a border framing the whole in a contrasting design to the main central field that is the background of the text sections.