Kashmir (IP) - Mustafa-Ibn-Jameel, completed the calligraphy of the entire holy Quran in seven months on a 500-meter scroll paper. The rare achievement has made an entry in the Lincoln Book of Records.

Iran PressAsia: Kashmir youth writes Quran on a 500-meter scroll paper in 7 months and enters record books. 

Mustafa Ibni Jameel revealed that it took him seven months to create the historical script, using special pens and 85 gsm paper of 14.5-inch width and length of 500 meters.

His work is registered in the Lincoln Book of Records, an organization associated with identifying and promoting talented people on international platforms. 

Hailing from Gurez valley of North Kashmir's Bandipora district, Mustafa calligraphed the Holy Quran on scroll paper, which, he said, has always been a heartfelt desire for him. 

The Lincoln Book of Records official website mentions, "Mustafa Ibni Jameel, son of Jameel Ahmad Lone set a new record by writing the Holy Quran on a 500 meter white scroll paper."


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