These rare and extraordinary personalities have changed the world in some way or other. They are born in centuries and come with boundless brilliance.
They look different than usual human beings, they talk less and do more for societies, and their selflessness proves they are made for the generation.
We all are somewhere grow with the dogma these people left here. Check out the 11 most famous people of all time that will remember forever.
“A new command I give you: Love one another.”
Theoretically, our time (AD) was started when Jesus was born and brought the largest religion to the world known as Christianity — its believers’ number reaches almost 2.6 billion out of which is around 7.9 billion population in the world. refers to as the son of god, most Christan believe he came to earth to serve humankind, but after Crucifixion, Jesus reunified with God.
“Feed the hungry, Visit the sick, Set free captives.”
The second largest religion of Islam (with 1.8 billion believers) came to an ultimate completion 1600 years ago when the last prophet Muhammad was born in the society of Arabs and brought revolution at the age of 40. He believed in the oneness of the Almighty Allah. He was granted the sacred Quran by the angel Gabriel, which is believed to be written by Allah. He was also one of the strongest political leaders, whose contribution to society and rights for women and children shaped modern civilization.
3. Michael Jackson
“All of us are products of our childhood.”
The small town-born black kid, who later become the king of pop and break many unbeaten records in the music and entertainment business, Michael Jackson is the most successful entertainer of all time. He revolutionized many dance forms – including robots, and moonwalks. His strong persona and lifestyle require no introduction. Micahel Jackson’s 5 albums are conducted into the best-selling albums of all time out of which a total of 7 studio albums he produced in his solo career.
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4. Albert Einstein
“Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.”
Einstein was ahead of his time, his mind and imagination were beyond incomparable. He made us look at the universe so easy. Notably, he founded the theory of relativity, Mass–energy equivalence (E = mc²), and the photoelectric effect. Albert Einstein is one of the most powerful physicist scientists in the modern world.
“Do not compare yourself to others. If you do so, you are insulting yourself.”
Hitler was twice part of the most devil war of the 20th century, In WWI he participated as a soldier, and in WWII he was one of the main culprits and the German nazi party leader. During World war — 1939 – 1945, he killed millions of Jews, almost a generation extinction. The second world war started when Hiter invaded Poland, and it end when the United States attacked japan with two atomic bombs. Few choices made by Hitler led to the killing of millions of people around the world.
6. Charlie Chaplin
“We think too much and feel too little.”
This person made us laugh without saying a single word. He made some of the greatest movies of all time, like “Gold Rush and “The Great Dictator.” Born in a poor family but later because of his Tramp character he gained wide popularity and start financing his own movies. Although he saw many hurdles in life, but he lived larger than life, and become one of the most famous people in the 20th century.
7. Isaac Newton
“Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.”
One of the godfathers of physicists, Isaac solved many puzzling mathematical problems in his time, that we use today to calculate the environment of the Universe. He developed laws of motion and revealed how gravity works. He was the first person who represented the sun’s white light in 7 color spectrum via prism. His numerous theories over color, gravity, light, and sound made him the one of most powerful scientists of all time. He was inspirational to many powerful minds – including William Herschel, and Albert Einstein.
8. Charles Darwin
“The highest possible stage in moral culture is when we recognise that we ought to control our thoughts.”
We all knew Adam and Eve somehow to be true until Darwin’s 1859 edition of On the Origin of Species book came to existence that says — the evolution of species is based on natural selection and we are all from common ancestor including humans. His theory over organisms changed the world’s perception of our existence of us. He is one of the strongest biologists ever lived on earth.
9. Leonardo da Vinci
“Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.”
Many people argue Wheather Leonadaro of Vinci was an artist or scientist, but if someone looks at his entire work, will realize he was beyond of that. He made paintings in almost every field, such as Anatomy, engineering, architecture, science, nature, and so on. His most famous work, includes The Last Supper, Vitruvian Man, and above all the most expensive and antique mysterious piece of art — Mona Lisa. There are around 53 paintings listed on Wikipedia attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, making him the most popular painter of all time.
“An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.”
Gandhi’s strong anti-colonialist point of view and philosophy of non-violence was praised by the world, and that too led India to Independence from British government rule. His various civil rights campaign even in the US and south Africa against racial discrimination made him an important figure in the world. Nelson Mandela and martin Luther king were inspired by his vision.
11. Karl Marx
“Catch a man a fish, and you can sell it to him. Teach a man to fish, and you ruin a wonderful business opportunity.”
His robust philosophy is still pertinent modern world, there are several countries that entirely preaches Karl max theory regarding communism and socialism. His famous Marxism theory clears the ideology of social classes, and the relationship between owners and workers, it also emphasizes that one should follow communism over capitalism which would in the future slow down country’s economic growth