Riq’ah is probably the most visually prevalent of Arabic calligraphy scripts.

Most handwritings across the countries that use the Arabic script conform to a degree to the Riq’ah script.

This is because the script is a very fluent and easy to write script.

It is normally written at a diagonal angle, with all letters in a word being linked.

It is considered a good script for beginners.

To that extent it should probably have been the script that I should have began with.

Nonetheless, as soon as I do take on the script, you can count on finding my posts below.

These will help you learn how to write the Riq’ah script, as I learn it myself.