Azad Bilgrami (29 June 1704 – 15 September 1786) was a scholar of Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages in 18th century India. The King of Yemen had acknowledged his poetic qualities and accorded him the title of Hassan Al-Hind.

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  • Azad Bilgrami (29 June 1704 – 15 September 1786) was a scholar of Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages in 18th century India. The King of Yemen had acknowledged his poetic qualities and accorded him the title of Hassan Al-Hind. (en)
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  • Azad Bilgrami (29 June 1704 – 15 September 1786) was a scholar of Arabic, Persian and Urdu languages in 18th century India. The King of Yemen had acknowledged his poetic qualities and accorded him the title of Hassan Al-Hind. (en)
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