Ibn- Miskawaih is one of the outstanding figures in the history of Islamic philosophy and ethics. He is considered the first Muslim thinker who presented a systematic treatise on ethics and wrote Tahadhib-al-Akhlaq, a book that is philosophic and systematic.
It has been said that the word “Taqiyah” has been derived from Persian word, Taq that means dome. From Central Asian countries to South Asia, one can find a diverse varieties of colorful headgear that became a part of their cultural outfit.
Islamic medicine is one of the most shining facets of early Saracenic civilization, where we saw the participation of Arabs, Persians, Indians, Zoroastrians, Jews, and Nestorians.
A review article| Khalid Bin Umar During the time of the Renaissance, Europe labelled a medieval polymath as being the “original inventor of algebra.” The person who wrote the first book on Algebra, & first to describe the systematic solution and quadratic equations. He was the one who wrote pieces on mechanical devices such as […]