Fathullah Shirazi

Mathematician, Inventor

1582 –

23

Who is Fathullah Shirazi?

Fathullah Shirazi, 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 of the empire."

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Born
1582
Nationality
  • India
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on July 23, 2013

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