Biruni

Biruni

 

a city (until 1962, a settlement); center of Biruni Raion, Kara-Kalpak ASSR (part of the Uzbek SSR). Located on the right bank of the Amu Darya River, 20 km northeast of the Urgench railroad station (on the left bank). Population, 18,000 (1968). There are two cottongin plants and oil-expulsion, brick, and asphalt plants. The city is named after Biruni.

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Islam came to Tajikistan in the 7th century AD, and many great Muslim scholars, including Ibn Sina, al Biruni and others, actually came from our land.
It is only in the sources such as Biruni and others who point out to the Nowruz celebration in the Sassanid times.
the biruni (exterior spaces) and the zaher (outer self) vs.
He also conveyed thanks and gratitude of President Karimov to His Majesty for the Sultanate's support in re-building al Biruni Library in Tashkent, which affirms His Majesty's continuous interest in science and scholars, as well as preserving heritage from disappearance.
The new road will assist to eliminate traffic jams at Navoi, Temur and Biruni streets of the city.
Abureyhan Biruni, as one of the famous Iranian authors, in book of "Asar Al-Baghiye" writes about fresh water springs that: The water is erupted in this springs and climbed up to the top because the reservoir of water is placed higher than the springs otherwise water never goes up unless its supply is located higher than it [1].
As Biruni says after the report of Iranshahri's observation of the eclipse of 873,
Students from Herat, Balkh, Al Biruni and Nangarhar Universities, competing in the event, showcased their written and oral advocacy skills as they debated in English on three issues -- the legality of the destruction of a cultural site, who may represent a nation after a coup d'etat and government responsibility for military action.
The Association also supports the units of cancer treating at al- Biruni Hospital which provides medical care to the children, in addition to raising awareness about this disease.
The celebrated scientists include Abu Rayhan Al Biruni, a polymath, the Syrian astronomer Ibn Al Shatir, the 13th century Andalucian physician Ibn Al Nafees, who described blood circulation and Iraqi Ibn Al Haytham who founded modern optics.
unparalleled names of Ferdowsi, Rumi, Rhazes, Rudaki, Biruni, Al-Farabi,