28 Famous Muslims in the history


Asslam Alikum. I am going to share the list of 27 famous Muslim personalities in the history.

  1. Abdullah al-Battani
    2. Abul Wafa Muhammad al-Buzjani
    3. Abu al-Nasr al-Farabi
    4. Al-Farghani
    5. Abu Hamid al-Ghazali
    6. Al-Idrisi
    7. Ibn al-Baitar
    8. Abu Ali Hasan Ibn al-Haitham
    9. Ibn al-Nafis
    10. Ibn Khaldun
    11. Ibn Rushd
    12. Ibn Sina
    13. Abu Marwan Ibn Zuhr
    14. Jabir Ibn Haiyan
    15. Mohammad Bin Musa al-Khawarizmi
    16. Shaikh Ahmed Deedat
    17. Yaqub Ibn Ishaq al-Kindi
    18. Abul Hasan Ali al-Masu’di
    19. Abu al-Hasan al-Mawardi
    20. Mohammad Ibn Zakariya al-Razi
    21. Jalal al-Din Rumi
    22. Ali Ibn Rabban al-Tabari
    23. Thabit Ibn Qurra
    24. Nasir al-Din al-Tusi
    25. Abu al-Qasim al-Zahravi
    26. Allama Iqbal
    27. Abu Raihan al-Biruni
    28. Omar al-Khayyam

these are some of the greatest people in Muslim history. Great scientists thinkers poetry. my favorite among them is Allama Mohammad Iqbal the famous Muslim poet thinker and philosper who played a major rule in the freedom of Muslims of subcontinent. my another famous person is Ibn Sena he was a great scientist.

He was born in 980 A.D. at Afshana near Bukhara. The young Bu Ali received his early education in Bukhara, and by the age of ten had become well versed in the study of the Quran and various sciences.

He also started studying philosophy by reading various Greek, Muslim and other books on this subject and learnt logic and some other subjects from Abu Abdallah Natili, a very famous philosopher of the time. While still young, he attained such a degree of expertise in medicine that his renown spread far and wide.

At the age of 17, and he was fortunate in curing Nooh Ibn Mansoor, the King of Bukhhara, of an illness in which all the well-known physicians had given up hope. On his recovery, the King wished to reward him, but the young physician only desired permission to use his uniquely stocked library.

On the father’s death, Bu Ali left Bukhara and traveled to Jurjan where Khawarizm Shah welcomed him. There, he met his famous contemporary Abu Raihan al-Biruni. Later he moved to Ray and then to Hamadan, where he wrote his famous book Al-Qanun fi al-Tibb. Here he treated Shams al-Daulah, the King of Hamadan, for severe colic.

From Hamadan he moved to Isphahan, where he completed many of his monumental writings. Nevertheless, he continued traveling and the excessive mental exertion as well as political turmoil spoilt his health. Finally, he returned to Hamadan where he died in 1037 A.D. Thank you for reading my article.

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