Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Freedom Movement

We are publishing the names of all these 85 Indian sepoys who defied the English command and thus triggered the first national war of Independence from Meerut.



Hakeem Mohammad Kabiruddin – A 20th century academician of Unani Medicine

He founded an academic institute with hospital, named Faiz- e-Kabir, in Lahore and became the Head of Department (HOD) of Tarjuma (tarjuma is an Arabic as well as an urdu word for “translation”) at Tibbia college, New Delhi.

Later on May 16, 1917 he joined as a professor of anatomy at the Tibbia college.

Hakeem Kabiruddin established Dar al Masih in New Delhi in 1921 and in the same year he published a Tibbi journal “Risala ul Masih” which continued over a span of seven years until 1928.

Also, in 1926, he designed syllabus for the research centre at the Tibbia college of New Delhi.


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