History & Culture

Biography of Abderraman III

Biography of Abderraman III: – Eighth sovereign Umayyad of Muslim Spain and first of them took the title of Caliph (Cordoba, 891 – 961). He acceded to the throne in the year 912, when he was only 21, designated by its grandfathers to happen to him in preference to its own children; and in 929
Read More

Biography Of Abdurrahman I

Biography of Abdurrahman I: – First independent emir of Cordoba (Damascus, 734 – Cordoba, 788) Grandchild of the caliph Hisham of Damascus was one of the few members of the Umayyad dynasty who escaped the slaughter of Abu Futrus, to power to the Abasidas in the year 750. Biography of Abdurrahman I Born:- 731 AD, Palmyra, Syria
Read More

Biography of Abd-el-Krim

Biography of Abd-el-Krim: – Leader of the resistance against Spanish colonial domination in northern Morocco. Belonging to the rifena tribes of Beni Urriaguel, it was son of a cedi; after receiving an education in Tunis and Fez, served the Spanish colonial administration in various positions. Biography of Abd-el-Krim Born:- 1882, Ajdir, Morocco Died:-  6 February 1963, Cairo, Egypt Parents:-  Abd
Read More

Biography of Alvar Aalto

Biography of Alvar Aalto: – A great architect, and a legendary artist of Finland, was born on 3 February 1898 in Kuortane, Finland. He completed the education received in Finland with trips abroad. During the 1920s he was influenced by the great master of functionalism, Le Corbusier, and he himself was a pioneer of this
Read More

Biography of Abd al-Rahman III

Biography of Abd al-Rahman III: – Emir (912-929) and first Umayyad caliph of Cordoba (929-961). The grandson of Abd Allah, emir of Cordoba and a member of the Umayyad dynasty, who had ruled the caliphate of Damascus (661-750), were appointed by his grandfather as heir to the throne because of his intelligence, insight and tenacity.
Read More

Biography of Abd al-Rahman I

Biography of Abd al-Rahman I: – First independent emir of al-Andalus (755-788). Grandchild of the tenth Umayyad caliph of Damascus, he managed to escape the slaughter that his family decimated during the revolution that brought the Abbasids to power in 750. Biography of Abd al-Rahman I Born:- 731 AD, Palmyra, Syria Died:-  30 September 788 AD, Córdoba, Spain Parents:- Mu’awiya
Read More

Biography-Of-Charles-Greeley-Abbot

Biography of Charles Greeley Abbot: – An American astronomer, famous for his work on the energy of the sun and its influence on terrestrial temperatures. He studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he graduated in 1895, and then was appointed assistant to Samuel P. Langley, director of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. Biography of
Read More

Biography-Of-Hermann-Abert

Biography of Hermann Abert: – German musicologist. His interest in music stems from the influence exerted on him by his father, also a musician and author of operas, seven symphonies and different musical works. From 1890 to 1895 he studied classical and contemporary music in Berlin under the supervision of H. Bellermann, Fleischer and Friedlaender.
Read More

Biography-Of-Mother-Teresa-Of-Calcutta

Biography of Mother Teresa of Calcutta :- Albanian nationalist Indian woman, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1979. When Mother Teresa of Calcutta died in 1997, the Congregation of the Missionaries of Charity More than five hundred centers in a hundred countries. But perhaps the order he founded, whose aim is to help “the poorest of
Read More

Biography-Of-Subhas-Chandra-Bose

Biography of Subhas Chandra Bose:- Indian nationalist leader. Known by the nickname “Netaji”, which in Hindi means “respected leader”, during the 1930s and 1940s he represented, within the Indian independence movement, the party tendency of armed rebellion, against the strategy of peaceful civil disobedience of Gandhi. Biography of Subhas Chandra Bose Born:- 23 January 1897, Cuttack, India
Read More