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Actresses in Tulu cinema

                                               

Male actors in Gujarati-language films

                                               

Male actors in Kannada cinema

                                               

Male actors in Odia cinema

                                               

Male actors in Punjabi cinema

                                               

Male actors in Tulu cinema

                                               

Afira bint Abbad

                                               

Laila bint Lukaiz

Laila bint Lukaiz or Layla bint Lukayz, otherwise known as "Layla the Chaste", was a legendary Arabian woman poet. She wrote a romantic epic of the knight in shining armor rescues damsel-in-distress motif. Her most famous poem, If Only al-Barraq ...

                                               

16th-century Arabic poets

                                               

17th-century Arabic poets

                                               

18th-century Arabic poets

                                               

19th-century Arabic poets

                                               

20th-century Arabic poets

                                               

21st-century Arabic poets

                                               

21st-century Irish-language poets

                                               

16th-century Irish-language poets

                                               

17th-century Irish-language poets

                                               

18th-century Irish-language poets

                                               

19th-century Irish-language poets

                                               

20th-century Irish-language poets

                                               

Athanasius Sandalaya

Athanasius Sandalaya, also known as Athanasius Sandloyo or al-Sandali, was the Patriarch of Antioch, and head of the Syriac Orthodox Church from 756 until 758.

                                               

Marwan ibn Abi Hafsa

Abul-Simt Marwan al-Akbar ibn Sulayman ibn Yahya ibn Abi Hafsa was a famous Arab poet at the court of the Abbasid Caliphate during the second half of the 8th century.

                                               

8th-century Byzantine bishops

                                               

8th-century Indian Jains

                                               

Bardas Apostyppes

                                               

Christopher (Domestic of the Schools)

Christopher was the commander-in-chief of the Byzantine army during the 870s, and scored significant victories against the Paulicians.

                                               

David Apostyppes

                                               

Narjis

Narjis bint Yashoua was the wife of Imam Hasan al-Askari and the mother of the final Imam of Twelver Shia Islam. Her name has been recorded as Narjis, Saiyra, Katrina, Lilliana, and Anna in books. more sources have described her as a "Roman princ ...

                                               

9th-century Byzantine bishops

                                               

Zhang Jianhui

Zhang Jianhui was a general of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty who briefly controlled Lulong Circuit in 872 after the death of his father Zhang Yunshen, who had ruled it as its military governor in de facto independence from the imperial governm ...

                                               

9th-century Indian Jains

                                               

10th-century Byzantine bishops

                                               

Empress Zhang (Wang Yanzhengs wife)

Empress Zhang, also known as Tiande Empress, was the last empress of the Chinese Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period state Min as the wife of Wang Yanzheng, who was the emperor of both of those states. Very little is known about Empress Zhang. ...

                                               

10th-century Indian Jains

                                               

11th-century Byzantine bishops

                                               

11th-century Indian Jains

                                               

12th-century Byzantine bishops

                                               

12th-century Indian Jains

                                               

Giac Hải

Giac Hải was a Vietnamese Buddhist Zen monk and the most famous disciple of fisherman turned Zen master Khong Lo. He is mentioned in a poem by emperor Ly Nhan Tong. Chapter 11 of 15th Century writer Nam Ongs Nam mong luc entitled "Tang dao thần t ...

                                               

Krishnananda Dutta Chaudhury

Krishnananda Dutta, born as Krishnananda Dutta Chowdhury, Phonetic transcription: Krishnananda Dutta Chowdhury, also known as Krishnananda Dutta born into an affluent Bengali Kshatriya family in Andul of the present-day Howrah district of West Be ...

                                               

16th-century Indian Jains

                                               

17th-century Indian Jains

                                               

Singseh

Singseh, also known as Sing Seh, was an 18th-century rebel leader who fought against Dutch East Indian government during the Java War. The rebellion ended in failure, and Singseh was exiled to Sri Lanka, where he remained until the end of his life.

                                               

Mahant Kirpal Das

Mahant Kirpal Das was a prominent member of the Udasi sect of Sikhism who fought with Guru Gobind Singh at the Battle of Bhangani on 18 September 1688. In Bichitra Natak, Guru Gobind Singh says that Kirpal fought like a true Kshatriya in the batt ...

                                               

18th-century Indian Jains

                                               

18th-century Vietnamese poets

                                               

19th-century Burmese poets

                                               

A. F. Brown

Alexander Forrester Brown was an Indian industrialist who served as a member of the Madras Legislative Council from 1865 to 1867. Brown started his career as an employee of parry before he was appointed Director of the Central gold mines Devalah. ...

                                               

19th-century Indian Jains

                                               

Zeynab Pasha

Zeynab Pasha was an Iranian woman who lived during the Qajar dynasty in late 19th century. She is most notable for her role in the Tobacco Protest, the beginning of the Iran Constitutional Revolution, for leading a group of women in an uprising i ...

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