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Who was the Great Haroon Ar Rashid ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 15 Oct '12 02:30 pm
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Haroon Ar Rashid (Born 763 in Rayy, Iran. Died 809 Mashhad, Iran) was the fifth and most famous Abbasid Caliph. He ruled from 786 to 809, and his time was marked by scientific, cultural and religious prosperity.

He was the son of al-Mahdi, the third Abbasid caliph, and Khayzuran from Yemen. Haroon was trained in general knowledge, military arts and state craft.



He is reported to have roamed the streets of Baghdad at night to look after his subjects secretly. He was reported to be a pious man and took part in many battles personally. He traveled his vast empire to learn the conditions of his subjects. He also personally inspected all frontiers to see they were well guarded.


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Answered by azam khan, 15 Oct '12 02:46 pm

 
  
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Hrn al-Rashd (Arabic: ; Hrn ar-Rashd; English: Aaron the Upright, Aaron the Just, or Aaron the Rightly Guided) (17 March 763 or February 766 24 March 809) was the fifth Arab Abbasid Caliph that encompassed modern Iraq. His birth date remains a point of discussion, though, as various sources give the dates from 763 to 766.

He ruled from 786 to 809, and his time was marked by scientific, cultural and religious prosperity. Art and music Hamd o Na'at also flourished significantly during his reign. He established the legendary library Bayt al-Hikma ("House of Wisdom").[1]

Since Harun was intellectually, politically and militarily resourceful, his life and the court over which he held sway have been the subject of many tales: some are claimed to be factual but most are believed to be fictitious. An example of what is claimed to be known to be factual, but is not, is the story of the clock that was among various presents that Harun had sent to Charlemagne. The presents were carried by ...more
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Answered by Ahtisham Ahmed, 16 Oct '12 06:11 pm

 
  
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He was a former pakistani criketer-wicket keeper.
Answered by Manoj Joshi, 15 Oct '12 02:34 pm

 
  
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A famous Khalifa. Khalifa Haaroon Al Rashid. We used to read stories attributed to him in our school days.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 15 Oct '12 02:33 pm

 
  
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