Hakim-e-Gilani

Scientist, Deceased Person

– 1609

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Who was Hakim-e-Gilani?

Hakim Ali ibn Kamal al-Din Muhammad Gilani was a 16th-century Persian royal physician from Gilan, Iran.

He came from Persia to the Mughal court of Akbar and served under several Mughal rulers in northwest India. He is particularly known for his commentary on The Canon of Medicine by Avicenna.

Hakim Ali Gilani died on 14 Dhu al-Hijjah 1017AH, or 22 March 1609.

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  • Iran
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Died
1609

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on July 23, 2013

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