2 edition of Fathullah Shirazi found in the catalog.
M. A. Alvi
|Statement||[by] M. A. Alvi & A. Rahman.|
|Contributions||Rahman, Abdur, 1923- joint author., National Commission for the Compilation of History of Sciences of India.|
|LC Classifications||Q143.F37 A65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||77911989|
Fathullah Shirazi Mathematician, Deceased Person, Inventor, Person. Fathullah Shirazi, sometimes referred to as Amir Fathullah Shirazi, was a Persian-Indian polymath—a scholar, Islamic jurist, finance minister, mechanical engineer, inventor, mathematician, astronomer, physician, philosopher and artist—who worked for.
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Shirazi was given the title of ' Azuddudaulah, translated as "the arm of the empire.". Fathullah Shirazi: A Sixteenth Century Indian Scientist.
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Fathullah Shirazi book Alvi & A. Rahman by M. Alvi,National Institute of Sciences of India edition, in English. The book "Fathullah Shirazi A Sixteenth Century Indian Scientist" is written by M.A.
Alvi. This book was published in the year This book has total of pp. 37 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Indian National Science Academy. Fathullah Shirazi A Sixteenth Century Indian. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alvi, M.A., Fathullah Shirazi.
New Delhi, National Institute of Sciences of India [©]. "15" Fathullah shirazi: a sixteenth century Indian scientist Scientists in search of their conscience Science, Fathullah Shirazi book and public policy. Hakim Amir Fathullah Shirazi was born in Shiraz to Shukrullah Shirazi.
He received education in medicine and other sciences with Khwaja Jamal al-Din Mansur Shirazi. After completing his education he began teaching in a school. Within a short span of time his name and fame as a physician reached far and wide and soon crossed the borders of Iran.
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Shah Fathullah Shirazi was one of the leading intellectuals of India, expert on the books of Ibn Sina and Shaikh-i-Ishraq as well as mathematics and astronomy of the time.
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The persons who most vividly represent the caliber of his servants, however, were Abul Fazl (–) and his elder brother, Faizi (–). Martyr Ayatullah Abul-Husayn Dastghaib Shirazi was a nobleman from a highly religious family that was known for its intellectual heritage going back to years.
Due to religious and spiritual atmosphere, resulting from such a sound Islamic background he had a natural and spontaneous tendency towards acquiring knowledge.
After obtaining elmentary education in his hometown, he moved towards. Amir Fathullah Shirazi, an astronomer in the court of the Mughal emperor Akbar in India, introduced the Bangla calendar, modifying the Hegira lunar calendar into a solar one, they say.
The Bangla calendar is also a crop calendar, because it corresponds with the three cropping seasons of. In 1 library. 37p.: ill. ; 24cm. FATHULLAH SHIRAZI. Fatḥ Allāh Shīrāzī, or Scientists -- India. Science -- India -- History -- 16th century. While the Europe were advancing in sciene and technology, much of mughal was indulged in making building inmemories of his wife or other buildings.
Full text of "Medical Techniques and Practices in informs that Hakim 'Ali Gilani had acquired his knowledge in the company of Hakim ul-Mulk Shamsuddin Gilani and Shah Fathullah Shirazi.
16 In fact we have the evidence that a sizeable number of physicians of the Mughal period went to reputed centres of medical education located in Lahijan.
Apr 9, - Fathullah Shirazi (c. ), sometimes referred to as Chutiya Fathullah Shirazi, was a Persian-Indian polymath—a scholar, Islamic jurist, finance minister, mechanical engineer, inventor, mathematician, astronomer, physician, philosopher and artist—who worked for Akbar the Great, ruler of the Mughal Empire.
Shirazi was given the title of 'Azuddudaulah, translated as "the arm. The Ninth Jewel of the Mughal Crown: The Birbal Tales by James Moseley, The characters in the stories, Emperor Akbar and his friend and advisor Birbal (birth name Mahesh Das) were real people who lived in India during the late 16 th century.
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Autocannon and multi-barrel gun: Fathullah Shirazi (c. ), a Persian-Indian polymath and mechanical engineer who worked for Akbar in the Mughal Empire, invented the autocannon, the earliest multi-shot gun.
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Akbar wanted to build up an exact and logical technique for ascertaining days and months. He dispatched Amir Fathullah Shirazi, a researcher, to make a schedule that was all the more reasonable for laborers as the flow date-book depended on lunar years as opposed.
Fathullah Shirazi, a gifted Indian engineer, astronomer and philosopher: came up with the concept for a multi-barreled gun -similar in design to that of Leonardo Da Vinci.
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Abdullah Qalandar Shirazi and his brother Fathullah Shirazi, descendants of the 6th Shia Imam, Jafar al-Sadiq, were scholars in the army of Mehmood vi’s 11th century campaign in India for the Ghaznavid Empire was one of the earliest Muslim invasions of the Subcontinent which increased Muslim presence in India, and may have established India’s first Twelver Shia.
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