In this article, we will give a rating of the best characters passed through history. And it is based on what it has given to humanity, We have also adopted in the classification what Michael H. Hart
wrote in his book
1- Bhimrao Ramji AmbedkarBhimrao Ramji Ambedkar An Indian lawmaker, economist, politician and social reformer inspired the Dalit Buddhism movement and carried against social discrimination towards the untouchables, supporting women’s rights and labor. He was the first independent minister of law and justice in India.
2- MuhammadMuhammad is the Messenger of Allah in Islam and is the last Apostles according to the Koran, Born in Mecca 571 AD, He died in Madinah 632 AD, He was a decent man who loved people, Work all his life to spread noble values and religion of Islam.
3- Jesus ChristChrist is one of the most inspiring figures in the world, His mother the Virgin Mary, he born in Judea, roman empire and he died between 30 / 33 AD in Jerusalem, He died on the cross for atonement for human sins according to Christian belief
4- BuddhaGautama Buddha was a monk, mendicant, sage, and Teacher on whose teachings Buddhism was founded he Born Lumbini, Nepal and he died Kushinagar, India.
one of his quotes is “The mind is everything. What you think you become.“
5- Albert EinsteinAlbert Einstein A German-born physicist who later gave up German citizenship to a Swiss and an American citizen, of Jewish parents. He was known of father’s relativity as the author of special relativity and general relativity, which was the first brick of modern theoretical physics. he won in 1921 the Nobel Prize in Physics.
6- Lord KrishnaKrishna means black or dark one of the gods of Indian civilization, usually drawn in the form of a cowboy playing the flute or as a prince offering philosophical guidance
7- Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States of America was able to successfully lead the United States to restore the states that broke away from the Union by force of arms and the elimination of the American civil war.
8- Bhagat SinghBhagat Singh is considered one of the most influential revolutionaries in India’s independence movement against British rule
9- Charles DarwinCharles Darwin was an English biologist, who contributed immensely to the science of evolution. He proposed that all species have evolved over time from common ancestors and this is widely accepted as a fundamental concept in the science world.
10- Guru NanakNanak, is the founder of Sikhism and is called “Guru” means teacher or father born in 1469, in Punjab, India, He was a lover of Islam on the one side and a strong supporter of his Hindu education on the other, which led him to bring the two religions closer.