1-Muhammad c.570-632

Secular and religious leader, the central human figure of Islam, regarded by Muslims as a prophet of God and the last messenger. Active as a social reformer, diplomat, merchant, philosopher, orator, legislator, military leader, humanitarian, philanthropist.

2-Isaac Newton 1643–1727

Scientist English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, and theologian. His law of universal gravitation and three laws of motion laid the groundwork for classical mechanics.

3-Jesus Christ 7–2 BC – 26–36 AD

Spiritual leader, the central figure of Christianity, revered by Christians as the Son of God and the incarnation of God. Also regarded as a major prophet in Islam.

4-Buddha 563–483 BC

Spiritual leader, Spiritual teacher and philosopher from ancient India. Founder of Buddhism and is also considered an Gautama Buddha in Hinduism.

5-Confucius 551–479 BC

Philosopher Chinese thinker and social philosopher, founder of Confucianism, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese and Indonesian thought and life.

6-Paul of Tarsus 5–67 AD

Christian apostle, one of the most notable of early Christian missionaries, credited with proselytizing and spreading Christianity outside of Palestine (mainly to the Romans) and author of numerous letters of the New Testament of the Bible.

7-C*i Lún 50–121 AD

Political official in imperial China, widely regarded as the inventor of paper and the paper making process.

8-Johannes Gutenberg 1398–1468

German printer who invented the mechanical printing press.

9-Christopher Columbus 1451–1506

Explorer, Italian navigator, colonizer and explorer whose voyages led to general European awareness of the American continents.

10-Albert Einstein 1879–1955

Scientist, German theoretical physicist, best known for his theory of relativity and specifically mass–energy equivalence, expressed by the equation E = mc2.