The black color is elegantly sprayed over the hand to reveal perfect circles and lovely motifs that embellish the drawing, complimenting the complete hue of white, red and black colors. This painting holds a great importance in the Shia culture as it signifies the Panjtan Pak and the twelve Imams of the Shia Muslim Sect, whose names are adorned in the stunning circlets. The quilled charcoal black letters look much more ravishing as they are enhanced with sophisticated and master brush strokes that blow meaning into the incredibly intricate design, curving down in a lovely language with each precisely exquisite paint movement. The five fingers are embossed with fantabulous Arabic names with the powerful "Ali's" name imprinted on the thumb.
It is the perfect partner for the devouts of Prophet Muhammad and the Ahle Bait as it is a constant reminder of their sacrifices, turning out be the ultimate illumination for your soul and mind, therfore, negating you from all worldly illusions and developing in you the love for God and humanity.