Samad Rizvi

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Scientist

Syed Samad Hussain Rizvi (July 23, 1924 – December 17, 2009) was an astrologer.[1]

Research paper

  • "Invention of Astrological Poetry": Paper presented at the First International Conference of the Ameer Khusro Society of America held in Chicago, 29 May to 2 June 1987[2]
  • "Ameer Khusrau and astrology": Paper presented at the International Congress on Ameer Khusrau on his 700th Death Anniversary, held at Rawalpindi from 24 to 25 October 1975[3]
  • "Unique And Unknown Book Of Al - Beruni: Ghurrat - Uz - Zijat Or Karana Tilara": Islamic Culture, January 1965 - Number 153

Citation

  • "The Lost Art of Finding Our Way": John Edward Huth, Harvard University Press, 15 May 2013

References

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