Aftab Ahmed Khan’s calligraphic art pieces displayed at RAC

RAWALPINDI: A calligraphic exhibition by pride of performance winner calligrapher, Aftab Ahmed Khan was organised at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) on Monday. Information and Culture Parliamentary Secretary Rana Muhammad Arshad inaugurated the exhibition while RAC Resident Director Waqar Ahmed, Naheed Manzoor, and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion. More than 50 unique art pieces, mostly comprising of ‘Khat-e-Nastaleaque’ and ‘Kofi’, were put on display in the exhibition. Arshad congratulated the artist on his achievements and said that such kind of work could only be expected from an inborn artist. He said that it was great honor for him to inaugurate the exhibition based on the verses of holy Quran. He also praised the efforts of the RAC for conducting the exhibition, and said that Aftab is a precious asset of Pakistan who has represented our country worldwide. Naheed said that it was great honor for the council to organise the exhibition of such a great artist. The work on paper and gold leaf, oil on canvas, leather work, ceramics work, cut outs, and glass work was also much appreciated by a large number of people from the twin cities. The RAC resident director thanked the honorable guests for visiting the council. 

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