Hakim Amir Abul Baqa
One of the early physicians who came to the court of Babur (1526-30), the founder of the Mughal Empire in India, was Hakim Amir Abul Baqa. He was a close confidant of the Emperor and was well-versed in medicine. He also lived during the reign of Emperor Humayun for a long time. Humayun held him in high esteem. He died in an accident in 1541 A.D. Hakim Baqa is known as the author of a Persian Commentary on Mir Sayyid Sharif.
Hakim Yusuf Bin Muhammad Bin Yusuf Al-Harawi
Hakim Yusuf Bin Muhammad Bin Yusuf Al-Harawi was the son of Hakim Muhammad Bin Yusuf, a well-known physician of Hirat. In 1526 A.D. he came to India and was appointed as the personal physician of the Mughal Emperor Babur. He also served as a physician during the reign of Emperor Humayun. The Hakim also served in the court of Emperor Humayun. Besides being a notable physician he was also a renowned poet.
Yusuf Bin Muhammad Harawi was the author of the following medical works.
* Usui al-Usul
* Delail al-Bawl (1536)
* Dalail al-Nabd (1538)
* Fawaid al-Akhyar (1507)
* llqj cd-Amrad (Beginning of 16th century)
* Fami ul-Fawaid (1508)
* Wasidar dor Hifz-i Sihhat (1531)
* Risalah Makul wa Mashrub (1557-58)
* Riyad al-Adwiyah (1540)
* Sittah-i Daruriyah (1538)
* Amrad-i Chashm (1535)
* Quesida Jit Hifz-ul-Sihhat
Yusuf bin Muhammad had also authored a non-medical work known as Biyad al-Insha on rhetoric and composition.
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