This is the story of a Uzbek boy who wrote a textbook of medicine used by European Universities for 500 years.
Abu Ali Ibn-e-Sina (Avicenna) is a notable character who stands out in medical history.
His life story is like a rainbow. Spectrum ranges from personal brilliance to the passion for knowledge. But the most striking colour is his open-mindedness and enlightened acceptance of the pluralistic global reality. He learned from many languages, diverse cultures and various religions and gave this world many scholastic gifts. Cannon of Medicine is his greatest contribution.
This Podcast episode (Audio Short Story) is my tribute to him. Listening time is approx 15 minutes. In order to listen to this Podcast episode (Urdu) click Play below.