Calligraphy in particular means, writing in a way that is unique and stylish. In Europe, this form of art was considered subsidiary and dependent on places such as libraries or schools, but in the far east it was categorized as a fine art. As a result, calligraphy greatly evolved by Chinese and Muslims. The aesthetic beauty of Persian calligraphy, more than anything, relies on the potency of combining and arranging letters in various dimensions. The proportion discipline is based on the "dot" which is actually the mark made by placing the tip of the bamboo pen used by the calligrapher on the surface.