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Cultural Celebrities of Islam and Iran



Ibn Makula

Amir Sa’dul-Malik Abu Nasr Ali ibn Hibatullah aka Ibn Makula was the renowned genealogist, narrator of hadith, expert in Rijal (knowledge of authorities), scholar and poet of the 5th century AH. He was considered by historians as the second Khatib and even better than him. He is the author of Al-Ikmal, Tahzib Mustamarr al-Awham ala zu al-Tamanna wa al-Ahlam, Fakhirat al-Qalam wa al-Sayf wa al-Dinar wa Kitab al-Wuzara’.

Sheikhh Zahed Guilani

Tajuddin Ibrahim ibn Roshan Bondari Kurdi Sinjani aka Zahed Guilani was the renowned Sufi of the 7th century AH. Sheikh Safi al-Din was the disciple and follower of Sheikh Zahed Guilani. Sheikh Zahed spent his time on farming, agriculture and rice cultivation. Sheikh was a strict believer in practical mysticism, Shariah and Sunnah and his basis of work was on spiritual retreat, spiritual struggle, and ascetic practice.

Nader al-Zaman

Abul-Hassan Nader al-Zaman Mashhadi was the celebrated Iranian painter of the royal court of Jahangir, the Mongol king of India. Along with his father, he migrated to India due to their being offended by the Safavids, and continued their life with respect in Jahangir’s system. He produced a portrait of Jahangir, and a picture of Jahangir’s enthronement, and one from Jahangir’s royal court.

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