Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana

Other names of Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana: Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana
Birthday: 17-12-1556
Date of death: 1627
Star sign: Capricorn

Abdul Rahim is a well known Urdu poet who lived during the era of Mughal Empire. He was born on 17 December 1556. He was a poet, astrologer, and Statesman during the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar. He was one of the nine gems (Navratna) in Akbar's court. His full name was Khanzada Mirza Khan Abdul Rahim. He had married to Man Banu Begum. The couple had two sons and a daughter. His father was Bairam Khan, who served as regent to Mughal Empire, guardian, and mentor of Akbar.

He was born in Lahore which is now a part of Pakistan. He is popularly known as Rahim. He was well known for his poetry and couplets. He served as Dewan in Akbar's court. He also served Jahangir, after his accession to the throne. He also served as Mir Ard in Akbar' court. As Mir Ard, his duty was to hear all the pleas and applications which were addressed to the Emperor. He was also a founder of the Akhand Bharat Movement.

He had also written several poems and Doha's. Apart from these he also translated autobiography of Babur "Baburnama" into the Persian language from Chagatai language. He completed it in 1590. He was a great astrologer and had a vivid grip on the Sanskrit language. On astrology, he wrote two books Khetakautukam and Dwatiumshadyogavali. He was of only four years of age when his father was killed. He was escorted by Akbar and he grew up under the guardianship of Akbar. He was given the Title Mirza by Akbar. He was also made the Commander of Five Thousand.

He was also appointed as a tutor of Prince Salim. When Jahangir accessed the throne he discharged Rahim from all his duties. Jahangir considered him as a threat because Rahim was against the accession of the throne by Jahangir. He was treated badly in the court. Emperor Jahangir supported by Raja Man Singh and Mirza Aziz declared Rahim's two sons a traitor and ordered to kill them at Khooni Darwaza. He died in 1627 in Agra.

He was buried in a mausoleum at Tomb of Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana, Delhi. This tomb was built by Rahim for his wife in 1598. This tomb is situated near Humayun Tomb and Dargah of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi. Aga Khan Trust for Culture in collaboration with Inter Globe Foundation has undertaken the renovation work on Rahim's Tomb under its Nizamuddin Urban Renewal Initiative.

Kabir Hindi Actor


Kabir was a fifteenth-century Indian saint and mystic poet, whose works impacted Bhakti movement of Hinduism. The sacred text Guru Granth Sahib of Sikhism contains his verses. The detail of Kabir's birth are unknown. A few sources support 1398 as the time of his origin to the world while others believe his birth around 1440. As indicated by one legend about him, he was born to a Brahmin unwed mother in Varanasi by faultless origination who at that point surrendered the baby. A Muslim pair without a child is said to have received the infant and raised him as their own. However, present-day students of history express that there is no recorded confirmation to help this legend. As indicated by the Indologist Wendy Doniger, Kabir was naturally conceived and was brought up by a Muslim family. Kabir grew up to be a spiritual young fellow and is accepted to have turned into a devotee of Swami Ramananda, the Bhakti poet-saint in Varanasi. The Swami was known for reverential Vaishnavism with a solid twisted to monist Advaita logic, and he showed that God was inside each and everything. He formed verses prolifically, and his works mirror his particular all-inclusive perspective of spirituality. As indicated by him, life is an exchange of two profound standards. One is the individual soul (Jivatma), and the other is God (Paramatma), and salvation is the way toward bringing into union these two heavenly standards. His lyrics were in vernacular Hindi, written in a gritty style, packed with symbolism. There were components acquired from different dialects including Bhojpuri, Avadhi, and Braj in his compositions. His verses, for the most part, are tunes called padas and rhymed couplets called dohas that secure different parts of life and require an existence of nobility spent in the cherishing dedication of God. His verbally made lyrics out of knowledge were called "banis". The lines which he orally created in the fifteenth century were imparted viva voce through the seventeenth century. A standout amongst the most well-known accumulations of his works, 'Kabir Bijak' was first time aggregated and recorded in the seventeenth century. Other abstract works with pieces ascribed to Kabir incorporate 'Kabir Granthawali,' (Rajasthan) 'Kabir Parachai,' 'Adi Granth' (Sikh) and 'Sakhi Granth.' Distinctive adaptations of these works exist. Kabir included with the Sant Mat, an approximately related gathering of educators that wound up noticeably prominent in the Indian subcontinent from about the thirteenth century. The fundamentals of the Sant Mat depended on an internal, cherishing commitment to a divine principle that left from the subjective refinements of the Hindu rank framework.As per some legends, Kabir drove an existence of celibacy and never wedded. Notwithstanding, different sources recommend that he was likely hitched to a lady called Dhania and had two kids—a child named Kamal and a girl named Kamali. As respect to his personal life, the details of his getting deceased are also unknown. He passed away in either 1448 or 1518. Following the considerable holy person's passing, his adherents conveyed forward his inheritance by shaping the Kabir Panth as a group of Sant Mat. The Kabir Panth remembers him as its founder and the supporters watch sacredness and immaculateness in their everyday lives and conduct as educated by Kabir. The Bijak is among sacred books of the Kabir Panth order.


Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

Ramdhari Singh Dinkar is a Hindi essayist, poet, academic, journalist, and a patriot. He took birth in Simaria, Bengal Presidency, British India on September 23, 1908. His parents' names are Manroop Devi and Babu Ravi Singh. Ramdhari was a good student and loved studying philosophy, history, and politics. He studied at Mokama High School and Patna College. Rabindranath Tagore, Milton, Iqbal, and Keats were his idols. Ramdhari's family was economically poor. He didn't even have access to proper footwear. His conditions forced him to leave the school early every day since he had to catch a streamer. In 1920, Ramdhari saw Mahatma Gandhi and founded Manoranjan Library. In his later life, Kashi Prasad Jaiswal, a historian, looked upon him as a son and helped him immensely. Ramdhari has penned numerous books, poems, biographies, as well as translated literary works from other languages into Hindi. He has dabbled in the genre of fiction, satire, and historical. Chhatra Sahodar, a local newspaper whose editor was Narsingh Das, published his first poem. During his time, the Indian freedom movement was gaining momentum. As a result, Ramdhari's writings reflect both the poverty he faced and the political atmosphere of the country. His most famous works are Raashtrabhaasha aur Raashtriya Ekta, Pandit Nehru Aur Anya Mahapurush, Parshuram ki Pratiksha, Bharat Ki Sanskritik Kahaani, Sanskriti Ke Chaar Adhyaay, and much more. Ramdhari was one of the people who rallied against Simon Commission in Patna. The death of Lala Lajpat Rai in the march angered him, and he took to radical ways. However, later he mellowed down and became a Gandhian. In spite of writing in Hindi, Ramdhari is equally famous within folks who don't speak Hindi as well. Ramdhari is the recipient of Sahitya Akademi Award, Padma Bhushan, and Jnanpith Award. Bhagalpur University, bestowed upon him their LLD degree. Gurukul Mahavidyalaya and Rajasthan Vidyapeeth gave him the title of Vidyavachaspati and Sahitya-Chudamani respectively. In 1952, Ramdhari became Rajya Sabha's member and held the position for twelve years. In 1960, Ramdhari became the Bhagalpur University's vice chancellor. Ardent Hindi poem readers hail him as one of the greatest poets after Bhushan. Ramdhari passed away on April 24, 1974. Post his death, Nitish Kumar has established an engineering college in Begusarai and named it after him. The government of Patna unveiled a statue of him at Dinkar Chowk. Khagendra Thakur wrote a book on him. His two children; Ramsevak Singh and Kedarnath Singh survives him.

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