Famous People Born in 1817
Syed Ahmed Khan
Educator, Judge, Political Leader, Writer / 1817 - 1898
Syed Ahmed Khan was an Indian educator, politician and Islamic reformer whose work inspired a new generation of Muslims and pioneered the revival of Indian Islam in the late 19th century.
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