The Maghribi script was developed in Morocco and has been widely use in the western part of Africa. It has the influence of Kufic script; the earliest script in the Islamic world.
The Naskh script is the fundamental to all other forms of cursive Arabic scripts. It is one of the prime classical master-script, and also the foundation for 6 classical master pens.
Diwani is a calligraphic variety of Arabic script, a cursive style developed during the reign of the early Ottoman Turks (16th century – early 17th century).