Mir Hajji Mulla Ahmad Nasr Allah Tattavi (d.1588) was born in Thatta, Sindh. He was among the well respected and well traveled Muslim scholars at the court of Mughal Emperor Akbar. He was the son of a Qadi (Kazi) in Thatta. During his early life he was in a devoted pursuit of higher education and spiritual improvement, he traveled as a young man both to important centers of learning, particularly in Safavid Iran, and the Ottoman ruled cities of Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem. He is known to have spoken four languages including Sindhi, Turkish, Persian, Arabic.
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