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noted Hanbalite preacher, Sufi shaikh and the eponymous founder of the Qāderī order.
Author of Avīmāq-e Moḡol (publ. 1900), better known as Mirzā Moḥammad Āḡā Jān.
Late Mughal biographer (18th-19th century).
Astronomer (16th century).
Metalworker of late 13th century, whose one attested signed work is a silver and gold-inlaid brass bowl (Galleria Estense, Modena, no. 8082).
K. Abu Deeb
celebrated grammarian, rhetorician, and literary theorist, born in Gorgān (date unknown), where he died in 471/1078.
an eastern Arabian tribe.
R. D. McChesney
called ŠAGASĪ, prominent Afghan military and political figure of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
B. B. Lawrence
Indo-Muslim saint and litterateur (d. 1537).