King tut was probably one of the best known kings because his body was found. The same year that Tutankhamen took power, he married Ankhesenamun, his half sister and the daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. Due to Tutankhaten's young age when he assumed power, the first years of his reign were probably controlled by an elder known as Ay, who bore the title of Vizier.As the populace was forced to honor Aten, the religious conversion threw the society into chaos. The capital was changed from Thebes to Amarna, and Akhenaten put all of his efforts into the religious transition,
Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr. more likely know as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, was born April 16, 1947 in Harlem, New York City. Jabbar is most known for being an American retired professional basketball player. He played 20 seasons in the NBA for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar used his athletic ability with his scholastic capability, friendships with his fellow men, and dedication to his Muslim faith that assisted him on and off the basketball court. Kareem began life as a large baby, weighing thirteen pounds and was twenty-two and a half inches long.
786–809), is his passion for arts and science made Baghdad and influential center in the world for science, philosophy, medicine, and education. Due to the massive size of the Abbasid Empire it had many connections with other cultures, and so Baghdad scholars collected and translated knowledge from all those neighboring cultures. Certainly, Harun Al Rashid legacy was carried out by his son al ma'mun. Al ma'mun enhanced his father legacy by improving scientists and scholar’s performances. One of al ma'mun establishments is “Bayt al Hikma” in Baghdad - Iraq, which is the house of wisdom.
Emperor Akbar was the ruler of a gunpowder Empire, allowing him to conquer most of the Indian subcontinent, which is what I believe he will be remembered for. Equally important, Akbar created new policies to have non-Muslims support him, some policies like removal of taxes on pilgrims along with non-Muslims, he became interested in other religions, to the point of complete toleration as well as inviting Christian missionaries to talk to him about their religion. Surprisingly, even though he supported and had his court made of poets, artists and scholars he never learned to read or indite.
According to the history, the Ajuran Sultanate emerged and established by the House of Gareen and they were the one who ruling this empire until the 17th century. Their origin was basically lying in the Gareen Kingdom that ruled Ogaden during 13th
An extant building here from Akbar’s period is the Jahangiri Mahal. Built in red sandstone, in the Indian trabeated tradition, around a courtyard, this Mahal borrows many indigenous serpentine brackets like in Gujarati Hindu and Jain temples. Abul Fazl mentions that the 500 building built here were in the “fine styles of Bengal and Gujarat”, reflecting Akbar’s aim of politico-religious integration of his empire through architecture. Fazl also says that Akbar’s palace at Agra was “the centre of Hindustan” throwing light on Imperial
Beginning in 1589, Abul Fazl worked extensively until 1598, revising the draft five times. The Akbar Nama is divided into three books of which the first two are chronicles providing historical narratives and the third book is the Ain-i Akbari. The first volume contains the history of mankind from Adam to one celestial cycle of Akbar’s life (30 years). The second book closes on the forty-sixth regnal year (1601) of Akbar. The Ain-i Akbari was organized as a compendium of imperial regulations and a gazetteer of the empire.
IMPORTANT POINTS/EVENTS: 1. Ambhi Ambhi kumar of Gandhar was a very rude, greedy and stubborn king. Ambhi was the son of king Gandharaj. He was also thrown out of Takshashila University because of his behaviour towards teachers or his gurus and also his fellow students. Ambhi always wanted to be a mighty king since he got knowledge about kingdoms and the power that came with kingship and was ready to take up any means for the sole purpose of fulfilling his dreams and wants.
Introduction Ashoka was the 3rd king of the Mauryan dynasty and also the most famous Mauryan ruler. He ruled from 304-232 BC. The Mauryan kingdom was massive in size and extended from the Hindu Kush region all the way to the Bay of Bengal. It was India’s first truly great empire. Ashoka was not only an able ruler but also brought along the quality of social justice to his already strong administration.