The Laws of Handwriting Analysis in Arabic, Urdu, and Persian

by Ilyas M. Zeshan



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/27/2016

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781480836860
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781480836884

About the Book

Almost one-fifth of the world’s population actively communicates in Arabic, Urdu or Persian and we can learn a lot by analyzing handwriting in these languages.

Ilyas M. Zeshan draws on his more than thirty-years of experience analyzing handwriting, which can give valuable insights into a writer’s personality. Handwriting analysis is based on definitive laws, backed by statistical data and meaningful research. It can tell as much about a person as assessing a person’s emotional and mental state of mind through facial expressions, handshakes, the tone of their voice, and gestures.

This book has been written in English because many people who speak and write Arabic, Urdu and Persian often interact and do business with each other, but they are more comfortable conversing in English than each other’s native tongue.

One of the biggest benefits of Handwriting Analysis is that it offers self-knowledge and precisely reveals your assets and vulnerabilities. Whether you are a business professional, psychologist, lawyer, a relationship counselor, job counselor, or in law enforcement, you will get valuable insights to help you do your job better by learning The Laws of Handwriting Analysis in Arabic, Urdu, and Persian.

About the Author

Ilyas M. Zeshan was born in Karachi Pakistan, earned his Master’s Degree from Chicago’s Roosevelt University in international relations and continued his studies for an MBA. He has worked as a writer on International Relations, as a graphology instructor and a graphologist. His two books have been published earlier on the subject of Handwriting Analysis and this book being the first of its kind in the world that made Handwriting Analysis possible in Arabic, Urdu and Persian. He has appeared on numerous Radio and Television programs in the U.S. and currently resides in the suburb of Washington D.C.