Thursday , 21 September 2017
Home » Political History » Personalities (page 4)


Gotma Buddha

More than two thousand five hundred years ago, there lived in India, in the shadow of the Himalayas, a tribe called the Sakyas. The chief of the tribe was Raja Shuddhodhana and his queen’s name was Mahamaya. Their capital was the beautiful city Kapilavastu. One night-Mahamaya had a strange dream. ... Read More »

Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk (1837-1907)

Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk was born on 9th December 1837 in the town of Etawah, a part of United Provinces. He was the son of Syed Mir Zaamin Ali. He got his early education in and around Etawah. He was given the education of Persian and Arabic. He participated in Aligarh and ... Read More »

Bahadur Yar Jung

Active politician and influential orator of Hyderabad Nawab Bahadur Yar jung was born in 1905. He was the gem among the glorious orators of subcontinent. His words leave magnificent impact on the listeners he had great power to convince others. He devoted his voice along with his life for betterment ... Read More »

Syed Ameer Ali (1849-1928)

Syed Ameer Ali was born on 6th April 1849 at a Bengali village called Chansura. He was the youngest son of his parents. His father was in favor of modern English education and so, Ameer Ali was sent to Hugli College. He passed his Bachelors from Calcutta University in the ... Read More »

Muhammad Farukh Siyar

Muhammad Farrukh Siyar was the Mughal emperor who remained at the helm from 1713 to 1719. He was the grandson of Bahadur Shah 1 and son of Azim-ush-Shan. He was born on September 11, 1683 at Aurangabad, Deccan. His father was summoned to the court of the emperor Aurangzeb in ... Read More »

Ghiyasuddin Tughluq

Ghiyath-ud-din Tughlaq was the founder of Tughlaq Dynasty. His father Malik Tughlaq was a Turkish slave of Ghiyath-ud-din Balban and his mother was a Jat lady of Punjab. Their son distinguished himself in the service of the Sultans of Delhi, and for his brilliant and victorious campaigns against Mongols earned ... Read More »

Mahmood Ghaznavi

Mahmood Gaznavi was born in 971AD, in khurasan.  Mahmood Ghazni was the son of Abu Mansur Sabuktigin, who was a Turkish slave soldier of the samanid ruler. In 994 Mahmood joined his father in the conquest of Ghazni for Samanid ruler, it was the time of instability for Samanid Empire. ... Read More »

Vardhamana Mahavira

Jainism is one of the world’s oldest religions. Much of its early history is not known, or has come down to us in a form in which historical fact is difficult to distinguish from miraculous stories. However we do know that this ancient religion was passed on to us through ... Read More »

Nawab Mohammad Ismail Khan

He was born on august 1884 at Agra. His grandfather was Muhammad Mustafa khan who was a great poet. Mustafa khan known as “Shaifta” in urdu poetry. His father’s name was Muhammad Ishaq Khan he was a session judge. He father was also the president of All India Muslim educational ... Read More »

Muhammad Shah Rangeela

Muhammad Shah Rangeela was the Mughal Emperor who ascended to the Peacock Throne in 1719 which he occupied till his death in 1748. His name was Roshan Akhtar and was the grandson of Bahadur Shah 1. He was born in 1702 at Fatehpur Sikri and was just 17 years old ... Read More »

Scroll To Top