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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by ONAs assigned by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, His Highness Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq Al Said arrived at Islam Karimov International Airport in the Uzbek capital, Tashkent to lead the Sultanate's delegation taking part at the opening of the new building of Abu Al Raihan Al Biruni Library, scheduled to be held in Tashkent on Thursday.
Following the Royal Order of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq al Said will be the guest of honour on Thursday at the opening of the new library building for the Al Biruni Institute of Oriental Studies.
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Al - Biruni is one of the major figures of Islamic mathematics.
The history, places and people of the region continue to fascinate her, and she lists off some of the figures from Central Asia: "The names are Timur (Tamerlane) You have got the Safavids down in Persia, you have the 10th century Samanid, Ibn Sina, Al Farabi, Al Biruni.
Epistle 51: Fi l-'illati llati [laha] yudfa'u al-harru marratan bi-t-takashshufi wa-marratan bi-t-tadaththuri, in Fihrist-i kitabha-yi Razi va namha-yi kitabha-yi Biruni [.
It is also close to University of Biruni, the Olivium Shopping Mall, CNR Expo Convention Centre and several sports centres including Abdi Ipekci.
Abu Zayad, Al Biruni and Al Masudi (10th century) spoke of Sri Lanka as Serendib or Zailan.
He referred to such contributions made by Ibn Rushdi, Al Biruni and Socrates, especially the latter one who made sports a responsibility of the state.
He referred to such contributions made by Ibn Rushd, Al Biruni and Socrates, especially the latter one who made sports a responsibility of the state.
One of the best known Now Ruz stories was recorded in the 11th Century by the philosopher and scientist Abu Raihan Biruni in his book Assar al-Baghieh ("Surviving Monuments"): "Ahriman, the evil spirit, removed the blessing and abundance from the land in such a manner that people could find neither food nor drink.
Biruni Islamized the Yoga-Sutra's descriptions of mind and behavior by carefully attempting to define "Indian religion," and concluded that it was based on a belief in metempsychosis.