Top 10 Greatest Men of All Time

Weaving through the complex tapestry of history, we come across countless men who have stood out, men who have changed the course of events, have revolutionized our worldviews, and have inspired generations. From pioneering scientists to charismatic leaders, from visionary artists to formidable warriors, history is resplendent with men who have become icons in their own right. But who among them stand as the greatest men of all time?

The concept of "greatness" can be a tricky thing to define. For some, it might be the ability to make groundbreaking discoveries that redefine our understanding of the universe. For others, it could be the courage to stand up against injustice or the vision to inspire and lead nations. Perhaps it's the talent to create works of art that touch the soul, or maybe it's simply the capacity to live a life of integrity and compassion.

Attempting to curate a list of the 'greatest men of all time' is indeed a formidable task, but it's also an incredibly engaging one. It's a journey that takes us through the annals of history, introducing us to remarkable individuals who've left an enduring legacy. It's a celebration of human potential and accomplishment, a testament to the indomitable spirit that has shaped our world as we know it.
The Top Ten
1 Muhammad Known as the Prophet in Islam, Muhammad was born in Mecca around 570 CE and is revered for receiving revelations from the Islamic God, Allah. These revelations were eventually compiled into the Quran, the holy book of Islam. His teachings formed the basis of Islamic jurisprudence, social systems, and ethics. Muhammad's impact on history is immense, as he united the Arabian Peninsula under Islam and inspired a religious and cultural empire that has lasted over a millennium.

Well, he was ranked as number 1 in Michael H. Hart's book "The 100". He did many great things in his life, he always thought of others, he loved and died poor, he didn't seek revenge.

The sad thing is that people always try to ruin his greatness by saying lies about him, and they try to destroy his view, but they always fail because people who read about his life will know why he deserved to be the number 1 among all humans.

Read about his battles and the aftermath so you can know and understand that he didn't fight for glory or money and that he didn't force anyone to convert to Islam, and know how he treated his enemies and the people around him.

No matter what Muslims do, we will never be able to thank him or be even 10% like him. Trust me, he is almost perfect, so never believe what ignorants say about him because there are hundreds of books that wrote about his true life, so try reading them because his life was hard yet happy.

May God guide you to the ...more

Peace be upon him.

May he take us to heaven with him.

I love and respect him more than any human being in the whole wide world.
He is the greatest human being ever to live.

Because he is the prophet not only for Muslims but for all of mankind, and he is the man mostly followed by the largest number of people in the world. I do not like to make any statements that hurt any religion, but one thing that is undeniably true is that for mankind, there is no speech or direction like the Hadith and Speech of the Last Pilgrimage made by any other prophet or religious leader ever. So, other than the Quran, the aforementioned Speech and Hadith are sufficient to prove that Muhammad is undoubtedly the number one greatest man in the world.

There's so much that could be said about this amazing man, none of which I can properly and eloquently describe. The Prophet Muhammad's life was the hardest life that anyone will ever endure, a life which no one but him could bear to live. As a child, he lost both his parents and witnessed the terrible ways the people around him lived their lives. He saw his enemy rip the body of his uncle and chew his internal organs. He, most beloved to God, could've wished ill on his enemies who constantly pursued him. He, who was the last messenger of God, could've changed the message he was trusted with to exalt himself and make his life easier, guarantee his safety. What did he do? Anyone who is honest with themselves would know that not only is Muhammad the best of our kind but the last prophet of God. Please, for the sake of the tears he shed, the comforts he gave up for you, honor him and stop telling lies. This selfless man deserves our respect. Those who lie about him will rot in hell ...more

2 Jesus Christ Central to the Christian faith, Jesus Christ is believed by Christians to be the Son of God and the savior of humanity. His teachings, as presented in the New Testament, have been the foundation for Christian theology and have significantly influenced Western philosophy and ethics. Crucified around 30 AD, Jesus' sacrificial death and subsequent resurrection are seen as the means by which individuals can attain eternal life, according to Christian beliefs. His teachings and actions have had an immeasurable impact on history and continue to guide the lives of about one-third of the world’s population.

He is without comparison. Regardless of your personal beliefs, Jesus Christ has objectively influenced humanity in thought, devotion, and deed in terms of quality and quantity more than any mortal being history has and will ever know. One aspect of His greatness may be seen in the greatness of His influence. Moreover, His extensive influence was not owing to things He wrote, built, invented, conquered, discovered, developed, or dreamed - His influence was most particularly the result of who He is and what He did on behalf of guilty and morally corrupt people. He is the only Substitute the world will ever know!

Jesus Christ is the son of God who, many years ago, humbled Himself to human limitations to be the gateway from humans to fellowship with the Father. I live my life every day trying to thank Him for being victorious, defeating death, and giving me the free gift of salvation. I really do not understand why Muhammad is 1st. Not biased here or Islamophobic, but the Quran contradicts itself, and I'm not here to shame the religion. Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life.

Best of all time. He forgives us time and time again. He is completely perfect, and people will learn from him for generations. He sacrificed himself even though he was without sin. He should be number one. He had the power to just give up and destroy us, but he still helps us to this day.

Jesus sacrificed his life to save us and to show us that God is there to love, forgive, and help everyone. And so God sent Jesus to show us the way to go to God/heaven.

3 Abraham Lincoln The 16th President of the United States, Lincoln is lauded for leading the country through its Civil War, preserving the Union, and abolishing slavery. He issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, a critical step toward the eradication of slavery, and oversaw the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment. Lincoln's skill in oratory, most notably in speeches like the Gettysburg Address, also served to unify the nation and are studied to this day. His leadership qualities and dedication to principles of democracy and equality make him a towering figure in American history.

He believed in God and trusted in Him; that is something many people don't know. He freed our country from slavery and oppression.

This man understood the importance of ending the shame of our United States, our own Holocaust, the slavery of the black people.

Greatest president ever, everywhere I look or type, I type, Who is the greatest president ever? and it said Abraham Lincoln. Boom! 56?!... ..,?!

Slaves are banned because of this great man. No knowing what Americans could be without Abraham Lincoln. All slavery could vanish if not for John. Hail him.

4 Isaac Newton One of the most influential scientists in history, Newton made groundbreaking contributions to physics, mathematics, and astronomy. He formulated the laws of motion and universal gravitation, fundamentally changing our understanding of the natural world. His work, "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy," is considered one of the most important scientific works ever written. Newton also made significant contributions to calculus, though some of this work was developed independently by Leibniz.

Not many people like to realize it now, but Newton was a devout Christian writing books on the interpretation of the Bible and the last times. He is mostly known for finding the laws of inertia and gravity. Newton was one of the greatest scientific minds in history, if not the greatest.

He was "THE MAN" and the greatest of all who have ever lived on this planet, Earth. He was the "Son of God." He should be number one above all.

Hats off, Sir Isaac. We need you on Earth to move the world 500 years ahead.

A brilliant man who discovered gravity, the refraction of light, ultraviolet and infrared, and also proved calculus using a different method.

One of the founders of modern physics and mathematical analysis, had a huge influence on the development of science.

5 Albert Einstein A physicist of unparalleled influence, Einstein revolutionized our understanding of the universe with his theories of relativity. Born in Germany, he won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. Einstein’s equation, E=mc^2, altered the field of physics, laying the groundwork for the development of atomic energy. His contributions to science, along with his advocacy for pacifism, civil rights, and academic freedom, make him one of the most impactful intellectuals of the 20th century.

He was a theoretical physicist. His many contributions to physics include the special and general theories of relativity, the founding of relativistic cosmology, and the first post-Newtonian expansion.

Intellectuals solve problems, geniuses prevent them. This was the level of his thinking. His contribution to physics is unmatched. He is my role model and should be for every physicist.

I think that Albert Einstein was great in the ways he thought about the world. He was vegetarian for most of his life, and from reading about him, he seems to be a kind person. And I love his quote that says that creativity is greater than knowledge. P.S. Why is Darwin not on this list?

Actually contributed to something, other than most on this list. Discovered most of modern physics and ushered in the age of information.

6 Gautama Buddha Born Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha was an ancient Indian monk and the founder of Buddhism. After attaining enlightenment under the Bodhi tree, he spent the remainder of his life teaching the path to enlightenment and liberation from the cycle of rebirth and suffering. His Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path continue to serve as the foundation of Buddhist philosophy. Buddhism, originating from his teachings, has become one of the world’s major religions, profoundly influencing a range of cultures across Asia.

He was truly the greatest person ever. He rejected all the concepts that cannot be proven scientifically or practically in real life. He never accepts anything simply because it has been delivered or preached by elders or popular figures. He rejected the existence of God or any supernatural power that would change human life. He suggested that we can only bring changes in our lives by following the 'middle path' and attaining nirvana. The entire world will live peacefully by following him.

Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it's spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it's found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. BUT, after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it. A quote of Lord Gautama Buddha.

Before Buddha, did man ever know that he could live as great a life as proposed by Him? His self-control is one of the things that I admire in the whole of Humanity. Buddha's principles, if strictly followed, will definitely change where the world is headed! And, by the way, I'm a Hindu!

Buddha was the greatest man in the world who knew the reality of the universe and the nature of life. He could teach people to understand their lives and show them the way to release themselves from sorrow. Peace is possible for everyone and in all places of the world.

7 Martin Luther King, Jr. A leader in the American civil rights movement, King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolent civil disobedience, influenced by his Christian beliefs and Mahatma Gandhi. His leadership was crucial in the struggle against segregation and racial discrimination in the United States, particularly in the American South. His "I Have a Dream" speech, delivered during the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, is one of the most iconic speeches in American history. King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.

Bravely fought for the right for people to be treated equally regardless of race. His words would still be very useful today due to a broken justice system, affirmative action, and other racist policies.

Damn shame he isn't on this list. Might not be as good as Gandhi, but like him, he nearly drove racism from his country without even using firearms. To some of us, that is life-changing.

A man with vision who fought against wrong and cruelty in favor of discrimination. He always believed that the rights of men should be equal no matter what the color of your skin is.

What a travesty that this amazing, brilliant, compassionate, inspirational, and selfless man isn't at the very top. He changed the world and didn't mind dying in the process.

8 Saint Paul An early Christian apostle, Saint Paul played a pivotal role in the spread of Christianity outside of Jerusalem and into the Roman Empire. Formerly known as Saul of Tarsus, his dramatic conversion experience led him to become one of Christianity's most zealous missionaries. His epistles, or letters, form a significant portion of the New Testament and have been instrumental in Christian theology and ethics. Paul's teachings, particularly on topics like grace and the role of faith, have had a lasting impact on Christian doctrine.

I think St. Paul is greater than the Prophet Muhammad of Islam. I was an Islam lover until reading the Quran and Hadith. What I learned is Muhammad died as a self-praiser, murderer, rapist, curser, and forceful converter. St. Paul was a murderer until knowing Christ. After that, his life changed, and he repented about his past always, considered himself below all apostles, and he was a decent man.

He lived and died believing in God and trusting Jesus. He was truly a great and honorable man.

Has great testimony.

He was a great person.

9 Mahatma Gandhi A key figure in India's struggle for independence from British rule, Gandhi advocated for nonviolent resistance, which he called "satyagraha." His leadership galvanized millions, ultimately leading to India's independence in 1947. He was also instrumental in challenging the social norms surrounding caste and discrimination. Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence and civil disobedience has inspired numerous civil rights movements around the globe.

A man who was completely innocent offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act. He was no great warrior, scientist, king, prophet, or philosopher. A man who changed the world by his sheer will. He knew the world is full of suffering, and grudge, hatred, and selfishness will only divide the world. He was hated by a few people in his own country and was killed by one of his countrymen. But by the next century, when people will be more interconnected economically, culturally, and intellectually, then people will realize he was a pioneer who won hearts of his people and enemies. Salute to the greatest man ever.

When you read about Mahatma Gandhi, you can really see an image of yourself struggling in life. He was not a blessed man like the other candidates on the list. How we know him today is the result of his will. In every instance of life, he applied his ideal of Truth and Ahimsa. He used the method of Satyagraha, i.e., nonviolent means of non-cooperation. It is only a matter of willpower. If a man strives for Gandhian ideals, he may become the next Gandhi. It is really a matter of shame, or rather grief, that the modern Indian youth consider him a coward. The truth is that in the list of the greatest men, Lord Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi are the only ones who were mortals and realized the truth in their lives. The rest were all gods themselves.

People do not understand Mahatma Gandhi. A person who can unite such populous countries divided into hundreds of barriers is surely not human. Think about it, how can a person who was Indian be "worshipped" in a foreign country? Barack Obama, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela. Please respect him, read about him. He is someone who is idolized by the whole world. He is so underrated. At least I consider myself to be one of the luckiest among the 6 billion people, as I have been born in the same nation in which a MAHA-ATMA was born.

He has brought about a paradigm shift in strategic thinking. He was a person who, during his lifetime, proved that you can be fair and still win. Yours would not be a zero-sum game. When you fight with truth, non-violence, and no hatred towards your opponent as your principal weapons, it results in a "win-win" situation where both sides win, and humanity becomes more robust. You become sublimer!

10 B. R. Ambedkar Born into a lower-caste family in British-ruled India, Ambedkar became a pivotal figure in the fight against social discrimination against untouchables (Dalits). He was the principal architect of the Indian Constitution, providing a legal framework that aimed to guarantee equal rights for all citizens. As a scholar and a jurist, his ideas had a profound impact on modern India, and his work for social justice has made him an enduring symbol of resistance against social inequality. His legacy also includes the promotion of Buddhism in India as a way to escape caste-based discrimination.

The man who brought out 75% of people from the darkness of inequality and untouchability, these people were not allowed to get education, wealth, worship, water, well dressed, willing food, a wishful life partner, even not allowed to be seen publicly. They were treated as less than human, more like animals. They were forced to live in misery and endure forced labor for the past 10,000 years. Ambedkar became a god to them. He wrote the constitution of India and provided special rights in the constitution for these people so that they could have every right necessary for every human being. Ambedkar ji gave them the right of equality.

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar transformed the most heterogeneous and unequal society in the world into an equal and progressive society. He liberalized not only the lower strata of society but also the upper strata, especially for women. The revolution brought about by Dr. Ambedkar is the only revolution in the world that took place without a single bloodshed. He single-handedly fought against social evils, overcoming all odds and hurdles, particularly those created by the then-populist Congress Party. India is very grateful to have a leader like Dr. Ambedkar, who made the country what it is today. He is rightly called "The Father of Modern India".

This great power not only did the things for which he is known. Apart from all those things, he changed the entire worst and sinful life in India by giving rights to the Dalits to live, which was impossible for any other to do. He has done a job that is unmatched in the world till now. He sacrificed his entire life studying better than any other scholar at the cost of his entire family life. His literature about India is the greatest not only for Indians but for any human being. His written works are a treasure. He got his M.A., M. Sc, Ph. D, L.L. D, D. Sc., D. Litt, BAR AT LAW. He was a bodhisattva. He gave a true definition of the great thought of Lord Buddha, which has become hidden. He is unbeatable by any other. He is number ONE.

We are here only because of him. A woman is respected due to his efforts to change the thinking of people, which is making people aware of the importance of education. He is the only leader who is educated to the greatest extent and has many degrees in his career. The real man who gave us such a wonderful constitution. A person can never be dominated or has to go under any kind of social pressures if he or she is a true follower of BABA. Your mind will surely get rid of all the superstitious activity which is increasing day by day in our country. The other leaders are also inspired by him. Baba has also won BHARAT RATNA.

Truly deserved to be the number one leader. I SALUTE you BABA.

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The Contenders
11 Barack Obama The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama was the first African American to hold the office. His administration saw the passage of significant legislation, including the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as "Obamacare," aimed at extending healthcare coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. In foreign policy, he authorized the operation that killed Osama bin Laden. Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, and his election as President is hailed as a landmark moment in the quest for racial equality in the United States.

Although I don't agree with many of his policies, if any at all, I still think every president of the United States - from Washington to Trump and everyone in between - deserves at least every American's respect.

So much better than Trump. The sad part is all the redneck morons actually put Trump on this list. Sad!

Was a great president.

How is Trump above Obama?

12 Confucius A Chinese philosopher and teacher, Confucius lived in the 6th century BCE and laid the foundation for much of Chinese philosophy and ethics. His teachings, collected in the Analects, focus on personal morality, the proper exercise of political power, and the importance of social harmony. Confucianism, the tradition founded upon his ideas, has been integral in shaping Chinese culture and has influenced other East Asian societies. His emphasis on family values, education, and moral integrity has left an indelible imprint on Chinese civilization.

The founder of modern Chinese civilization and author of the Analects is Confucius. Confucian ideals such as respect for elders, education, and loyalty to family continue to influence East Asia to this day.

Wow. Why is this great thinker so far down the list? Maybe he isn't popular enough, or perhaps people are ignorant, or maybe this site doesn't work in China.

13 William Shakespeare Widely regarded as one of the greatest playwrights in the English language, Shakespeare's work includes 39 plays, 154 sonnets, and two long narrative poems. His plays have been translated into every major language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. Themes within his works delve into the human psyche, exploring love, ambition, greed, and despair. His influence on English literature and drama is immeasurable, and his works continue to be studied and celebrated around the globe.

Shakespeare and The Bible are the most quoted sources in the western hemisphere. There is a reason for that.

One of the greatest writers in the history of mankind, until now world literature is under his influence.

He is a good writer who wrote very good theater that always is the best art in the world.

Probably the greatest writer in the English language.

14 Moses A pivotal figure in the Abrahamic religions, Moses is traditionally considered the author of the Torah and the leader who liberated the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. According to biblical accounts, he received the Ten Commandments from God on Mount Sinai, providing ethical and religious laws that have been foundational for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The Exodus story, led by Moses, has been a symbol of liberation and hope for oppressed peoples throughout history.

According to Muslims, Moses (Musa) was the only human being who spoke directly to God. He talked to God as if both were best friends of each other. Moses always strived for what was right and helped every person who needed him. He trusted God every time and never questioned why he had to fulfill any order commanded by God. Below is a very brief part of Moses mentioned in the Holy Qur'an. Wow! It's also mentioned in the chapter named after Mary:

Also mentioned in the Book (the story of) Moses: for he was specially chosen, and he was a messenger and a prophet.

And we called him from the right side of Mount (Sinai) and made him draw near to Us for mystic converse.

And, out of Our Mercy, We gave him his brother Aaron, also a prophet.

Holy Messenger of God, a lion of Allah who clashed with the mighty, powerful tyrant Pharaoh, and with Allah's help, destroyed the whole Pharaoh's kingdom.

He was a man of true leadership, patience, and faith. One of the greatest leaders in all of history. He brought the Israelites out of the slavery they were in for 400 years in Egypt.

The greatest leader who led a nation, guiding through the most difficult situations for a long 40 years.

15 Nelson Mandela A symbol of resistance against apartheid, Mandela became South Africa's first Black president after spending 27 years in prison for his activism. His presidency marked the end of decades-long institutionalized racial discrimination and led to the establishment of a multiracial democracy in South Africa. Mandela's commitment to reconciliation between ethnic groups has made him an international emblem of dignity and forbearance. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 for his role in peacefully ending apartheid and fostering racial unity.

The leader who led by example in his nation. The warrior who fought the good fight against white dominion and black dominion and brought peace in Africa and the world. The father of the rainbow nation.

He was not afraid to die for something he thought was right. I mean, come on, would any of you do that? He was so important and so inspiring!

A leader, an activist the world needed. He completely changed the conception of Africa in front of the entire world.

A good man, but let us not forget that words are more important, man. It didn't matter who said that. What matters is what is being said.

16 Karl Marx A 19th-century German philosopher, economist, and political theorist, Marx co-authored "The Communist Manifesto" and wrote "Das Kapital," texts that form the basis of modern communism and socialism. His ideas on class struggle, the exploitation of labor, and materialist conception of history have deeply influenced political thought and have led to significant social and political movements. Although contentious, Marx's critiques of capitalism have been studied extensively and have contributed to the fields of sociology, economics, and history. His work has had a profound impact on shaping political landscapes around the world.

One of the greatest thinkers ever to have lived, he discovered the laws of social development and described the mechanisms of functioning of capitalism.

He had some good ideas, but due to the human condition, we are incapable of putting his ideas into action.

For all his flawed social theories, he was still the greatest economist in history.

Not much of a communist, but all other economists sit in his shadow.

17 Socrates An ancient Greek philosopher, Socrates made lasting contributions to Western philosophy, particularly in the fields of ethics and epistemology. While he left no written records, his ideas were documented by his students, primarily Plato. He is best known for his Socratic method, a form of cooperative argumentative dialogue to stimulate critical thinking and illuminate ideas. His willingness to question conventional wisdom and challenge established norms led to his trial and execution, making him a martyr for free thought.

A philosopher of mental education, a sharp observer of the colder seasons at the time, and I overcame everything without looking back. There are even more wonderful details about this great man Socrates, a true genius who was always aware of what others would share as their warmer version of what they experienced.

A man for all to look up to and a leader of society. I only wish I may serve him and society to my finest and wish to take as much as possible from his teachings. Great men like this must be heard and understood by our youth so that we may live in a society where all strive for the advancement of mankind.

Greek thought and the method of reasoning are still to be contended with, all these centuries later.

His ethics lessons and teaching have inspired the Western world from ancient to modern times.

18 Lord Krishna A major deity in Hinduism, Lord Krishna is often considered the eighth incarnation of the god Vishnu. He is most famously known for his role in the Indian epic Mahabharata, where he delivers the Bhagavad Gita, a spiritual and philosophical guide. In various traditions, Krishna is revered for his divine love with Radha and his childhood exploits. His teachings and mythology have not only shaped the course of Hindu philosophy but also contributed significantly to the cultural and spiritual landscape of the Indian subcontinent.

Muhammad is not the best in the world. Lord Krishna is the best in the world.

Lord Krishna was born to establish dharma. He worked a lot to give women a better position in society. He boycotted many ill practices that were followed. He could guide anyone to greatness with the right path. He had immense power but never boasted about it or used it for his own privilege.

Jai Shree Krishna.

He is everything: our good, bad, luck, misfortune, fortune. He gives us failures to make us stronger and stronger so that we learn lessons from our failures.

Hare Krishna, Hare Ram. He was the avatar of the Almighty. He saw the whole universe. He fought monsters for his villagers. He passed every hard test the gods gave him. Gods kneeled to his magical powers. He was above the limits of human power. He should be in your heart all the time, not only on Janmashtami or Gokul Ashtami. He is the one you should pray to.

19 Guru Nanak The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak was born in what is now Pakistan. He is credited with formulating the fundamental beliefs of Sikhism, which emphasize the oneness of God, the importance of community service, and the equality of all humans. His hymns and teachings were compiled into the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikhism. Guru Nanak's influence extends beyond the Sikh community, affecting interfaith dialogue and contributing to a richer understanding of spirituality.

The birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji led to a revolution amongst society, human behavior, and spirituality. Not only was Guru Nanak a social reformer, but also a rebel within the realms of Naam. From beggars to kings, the message of equality, honest living, and sharing with others was emancipated. Can you name any social construct of society which provides free food to every single person, regardless of caste, creed, and color? The concept of langar is simply revolutionary.

He is like a god to us. And putting him in 54th place, there is no place for any god in this list because God created us. Now we are comparing them to determine who is the best god or great person. There is just one thing I have to mention: God is everything. Please stop including their names in this type of list.

Guru Nanak Dev said, "I'm a messenger of God." There's only one God and the rest are messengers. He never told the people, "I'm God." He always taught good things to the people. He traveled all his life to teach these good things. I can't explain what he did for the world, especially when he came to the earth and there was illiteracy.

He is like a god to us. And put him in a list of places. There is no place for any god in this list because God created us, and now we compare them - who is the best god or great people. There is just one thing I have to mention: that God is everything. Please stop by giving their names in this type of list.

20 Charles Darwin An English naturalist, Darwin is most famous for his groundbreaking work "On the Origin of Species," where he laid out the theory of evolution by natural selection. His scientific voyage on HMS Beagle provided the empirical evidence that supported his revolutionary theories. Darwin's ideas challenged the prevailing scientific and religious views of his time, sparking debates that continue today. His contributions to biology have laid the groundwork for the study of life sciences, making him one of the most transformative figures in scientific history.

One of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, he shined a light on the science of evolution and allowed us to expand on those discoveries to unearth every life on Earth's origin.

Discovered and described the laws of evolution.

Why is he so low?

21 Sachin Tendulkar Renowned as one of the greatest cricketers of all time, Sachin Tendulkar's career spanned 24 years during which he broke numerous records. He is the only player to have scored one hundred international centuries and was the first to score a double century in a One Day International. His skill and sportsmanship have made him a revered figure not just in India but globally, influencing generations of aspiring cricketers. Tendulkar has also used his influence for charitable work, focusing on health and education for underprivileged children.

The real meaning of cricket. Truly, he is a God of Cricket. Love you, sir. Truly respect you from the bottom of my heart.

The best human being I have ever seen. Not only as a cricketer but also as a human being, he has done a lot of good for people. I am just 13 years old, but I know very well about his life. He is a man of many talents. I am M.K. Sachin, who posted this.

He is the god of cricket and so humble about it. Massive respect for this man.

He is a humble and honest man and a great cricketer.

22 Stephen Hawking A theoretical physicist and cosmologist, Hawking made groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of black holes and the nature of the universe. His book "A Brief History of Time" broke records as a best-seller and brought complex scientific concepts to a general audience. Despite being diagnosed with ALS, a debilitating motor neuron disease, Hawking continued his scientific work and became an emblem of resilience and intellectual curiosity. His research in cosmology has had a lasting impact, and his life story has inspired millions around the globe.

How the hell did a football player come 30 places on top of Professor Stephen Hawking? I say death to all football players, and scientists should get better pay than those lousy football players!

Sir Stephen Hawking, suffering from ALS, wrote the mathematical equation that proves the existence of black holes.

I think he is the best man on the face of the earth. I think he will win the Nobel prize.

He's accomplished more than you. (probably)

23 Donald Trump The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump was a businessman and television personality before entering politics. His administration focused on economic policies like tax cuts and deregulation, resulting in significant stock market gains and low unemployment rates before the COVID-19 pandemic. Trump was impeached twice by the House of Representatives but was acquitted both times by the Senate. His influence has reshaped American politics, catalyzing a wave of populism and causing a reevaluation of established political norms.

TRUMP 2020. In the few years President Trump has been in office, he has broken the US economy records multiple times, brought hundreds of thousands of jobs back for Americans, strengthened the US military to be truly the most powerful in the world, and lowered the unemployment rate for women, Afro-Americans, Asians, and males to the lowest in history. He has decreased illegal border crossings by 30-40%, and the deaths from drugs in the USA decreased by 5% for the first time in 2019 after rising for 25 years without stopping. God bless Trump.

Because we are better off today than we were 3.5 years ago, and Hillary and the Clintons were wreaking havoc on our country for 30 years in government, can you name just three things she did? I have traveled all over the world, and the good old USA is "back in business." We are respected again.

The greatest President and leader there ever was. He proved that we need businessmen/women to lead our country, not corrupt lawyers and politicians.

Best President in modern times, easily. Only those who suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome think otherwise.

24 Hirohiko Araki A Japanese manga artist, Hirohiko Araki is best known for his long-running series "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure." The series has been serialized for over three decades, making it one of the longest-running manga series in history. Araki's unique storytelling, intricate plot twists, and distinct art style have made him a significant figure in the world of manga and anime. His influence extends beyond Japan, as his works have been translated into multiple languages and have gained a dedicated international following.

He is an immortal vampire. Must I say anything else?

Excellent manga artist.

Greatest of all time.

I love him. He made the greatest manga series ever, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Very talented artist and mangaka.

25 Shahrukh Khan Often referred to as the "King of Bollywood," Shahrukh Khan is one of the most successful film actors in the world. His diverse roles in over 80 Bollywood films have earned him numerous accolades, including 14 Filmfare Awards from 30 nominations. Beyond acting, Khan is a producer and television host, and he co-owns the Kolkata Knight Riders, a team in the Indian Premier League. His widespread influence on Indian cinema and culture makes him a global icon and one of the richest actors in the world.

He is neither a selfish person nor does he have a third-class character. It's just that, like other actors, he just doesn't boast about his human values and charity. As he once said in his interview, "Charity for me is not a weapon of getting publicity." He is simply the king of the world.

The definition of success and a great personality.

He is the hard worker. He is an inspiration. He is the person as a benchmark for other actors of the world. And he will be the best of all time. By the way, he is the king.

He is the greatest person in this world. He has achieved everything with his own hard work without any backing.

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