How did Ibn Battuta Explore the World?

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3 ай бұрын

Ibn Battuta was a man of Berber descent born in Tangier under the reign of the Marinid dynasty in February of 1304. He’s family was made up of Islamic legal scholars who belonged to the Lawata Berber tribe. Ibn Battuta himself would likely have studied at a Sunni Maliki school and was offered a job as a religious judge, but he would soon realize that his heart yearned for much, much more…

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Mir Asker
Mir Asker 3 ай бұрын
"Traveling leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller" (Ibn Battuta)
Maria Paul
Maria Paul 15 күн бұрын
That is really good line 👏👏
Alham Brinz
Alham Brinz 22 күн бұрын
@musaab . wdym?
Amoury
Amoury 28 күн бұрын
"Travel makes you speechless...then turns you into a narrator." Ibn battouta
SheikhHashashin
SheikhHashashin 3 ай бұрын
It's really sad, he didn't have the chance to tell his mom about his journey and the wonders of the world :"(
The Palestinian Leftist
The Palestinian Leftist 2 ай бұрын
@Rizky Satya that's actually sad to think about, though it's probably not the case. There was a postal system in the Muslim world back then and other travelers. He probably sent his parents letters and gifts.
Rizky Satya
Rizky Satya 2 ай бұрын
ikr. his parents probably thought that he died during his pilgrimage.
Adnan Egal
Adnan Egal Ай бұрын
"Who lives sees, but who travels sees more". -Ibn Battuta
Aga Ilham
Aga Ilham 2 ай бұрын
From my school book, the name "Sumatera" in Indonesia can be counted as the legacy from Ibn Battuta. When he visited Samudera Pasai Sultanate during his journey to China, he wrote the word "Sumatrah" for that place in his journal (maybe from the misspelling from the "Samudera" word). The word "Sumatrah" become the international name for the region and then for the island as well until today.
Nouman Saghir
Nouman Saghir 15 күн бұрын
Wow Really. Interesting 🤩
Nitya The Doremon🤌🏻
Nitya The Doremon🤌🏻 Ай бұрын
@Aga Ilham ok ok.. understood
Aga Ilham
Aga Ilham Ай бұрын
@Nitya The Doremon🤌🏻 As my answer before, the legacy of Ibn Battuta for the name "Sumatra" is cited from my school book and Wikipedia Indonesia also mention this (but not in Wikipedia English). This information is cited from our local historian, Hamka, in his book (published in 1950), "Sedjarah Islam di Sumatera". Sorry, the word Sumatera is the non-formal name for Sumatra. Many people in Indonesia (including me) still accidentally using "Sumatera" instead of "Sumatra".
Nitya The Doremon🤌🏻
Nitya The Doremon🤌🏻 Ай бұрын
Why didn't I find anything which i googled this?? Can you please enhance??? Were you talking about Sumatra Indonesia 🙏🏼(which supposedly name came after swarndweep)?? Or the Sumatera place is different???
Aga Ilham
Aga Ilham Ай бұрын
@Zakir Naik Ahmad Deedat My schoolbook when I was in middle school. Wikipedia Indonesia also mention this. I think they using same citation from Hamka's book "Sedjarah Islam di Sumatera" (1950). id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumatra But Wikipedia English did not mention this. They explain that earliest mention about "Sumatra" can be dated to 1017, far before Ibn Battuta came to this island. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumatra
Muryani Cikgu
Muryani Cikgu 3 ай бұрын
Can you imagine how Ibnu Batutah travel around the world at that time? With camels or horses...not using modern transportation like car or plane. I think no one can beat his journey until now👍👍
Starman
Starman 27 күн бұрын
@Mario Prawirosudiro many rulers gracefully received travelers and merchants with all sorts of gifts. They would later sell those gifts for a quick buck and continue traveling.
Mario Prawirosudiro
Mario Prawirosudiro Ай бұрын
@Son Of Rabat I haven't read Ibnu Battuta's notes, but I've read the travel accounts of Tome Pires and Ludovico di Varthema. Didn't sound like they hunt much, if any. Of course, those two had sponsors, so they can just procure provisions from any merchants they meet. I mean, sure, more people back then could hunt, but then we must ask, whether or not it was feasible. Especially during those solo journeys, what if the hunt fails? The part where you said they were hosted by someone soundds plausible though. Semitic cultures like the Arabs do encourage people to host strangers.
Son Of Rabat
Son Of Rabat Ай бұрын
@Mario Prawirosudiro You're looking at history from the modern lens. Not a proper way to interpret history. Back in those days, people when traveling either hunt their food, get hosted by just saying they're messengers or passer by. Back in the days, people had more time to learn methods of survival. For example, it was common in arabia and north africa ti carry large sword, small sword, and arrow strapped carried on the horse. All he has to do, is hunt with an arrow, build a fire .....
Mario Prawirosudiro
Mario Prawirosudiro Ай бұрын
@Son Of Rabat All jokes aside, this got me wondering: How DID he finance his journey? It couldn't have been cheap. While it was mentioned that he basically hitch-hiked for some length of his journey, there's still a large chunk remaining.
Son Of Rabat
Son Of Rabat Ай бұрын
@bash script no, through the matrix
Ashish Patel
Ashish Patel 3 ай бұрын
Anywhere Ibn Battuta arrives: Be our judge! Legendary person.
Zakaria Alami
Zakaria Alami 17 күн бұрын
@Bangalis are your DAD who mention being better because of arabic , i said he was selected as judge because of his knowledge in arabic
Bangalis are your DAD
Bangalis are your DAD 17 күн бұрын
@Zakaria Alami speaking Arabic does not make you a better Muslim
Priyanshu Datta
Priyanshu Datta 28 күн бұрын
because he was a judge at The Delhi Sultanat . Due to the tag he was welcomed.
Hassan Shahir
Hassan Shahir Ай бұрын
be our judge 😊🔥, i remember my cousin was also offered like that! he was one of the fellow of Ibn Buttuta. 😎
magicken
magicken Ай бұрын
@Zakaria Alami brother this is 130x
Dis Happah
Dis Happah Ай бұрын
Wish he posted these amazing travels on KZbin.
printmedia14
printmedia14 Ай бұрын
@Markivory slm vids
Markivory
Markivory Ай бұрын
​@printmedia14 Excuse me, can you please till me the name of the channel for the guy who is reading it?
printmedia14
printmedia14 Ай бұрын
@Youssef Tourki Tom Macintosh
Noah A
Noah A Ай бұрын
He did but chris crocker, told us to leave him alone!
printmedia14
printmedia14 Ай бұрын
@Youssef Tourki did you get the vedio
Leesha Haneef
Leesha Haneef 2 ай бұрын
He even arrived in Maldives, even now it’s hard for us to get out because we are disconnected from main continental lands, our only options are to fly, hardly locals use passenger ships, I can imagine how his journey would be back then. It’s stated that he was here around 9 months and served as a judge. Even though the journey was hard, he never had to apply for a Visa back then. In today’s age, he would have to apply to many Visas.
I`m With Stupid
I`m With Stupid Ай бұрын
He wasn`t in Maldives, thats a myth
Ismael Emaz
Ismael Emaz Ай бұрын
Leesha, glad to see a Maldivian interested in history instead of the gossip and baseless celebrity which flood the internet, may you be blessed with knowledge.
Yusef Persona
Yusef Persona Ай бұрын
Hé had three wives in the maldives
Anod j
Anod j Ай бұрын
Designer Dot a Somali from Mogadishu converted Maldives from Buddhist to Islam. He was also a governor.
Designer Dot
Designer Dot 2 ай бұрын
In Maldvies : he got to rule and converted all budist to Muslims.
Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders 3 ай бұрын
I want a movie about him. A long movie. This guy literally lived an adventure
Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders Ай бұрын
@Shahruq Sarfaraz Ik van heel Europa een Moslimland maken
Shahruq Sarfaraz
Shahruq Sarfaraz Ай бұрын
You sure Geert? Heb je een hekel aan moslims? 🤪
Blue Boy
Blue Boy Ай бұрын
ewa geertje
Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders Ай бұрын
@Rete Guy true, good point
Rete Guy
Rete Guy Ай бұрын
A series would be much better than a movie, no? There are many stuff that can be added in a series such as character developement and detailed cultures compared to just a single movie.
abcd efg
abcd efg 2 ай бұрын
Such an underrated man. I remember reading his book every day on a balcony in Catalunya (Spain) having a view on the lower pyrenees while the sun was shining brightly and the natural smell of the cows and grass were roaming around the countryside . Oh man... the feels!
Saber
Saber 3 ай бұрын
Ibn Battutah really was the main character of life he did all the side quests and the main story 😂❤️
Aijaz Khan
Aijaz Khan 2 күн бұрын
@yacine Benoit 4gaming Uncharted 😃
LD 50
LD 50 Ай бұрын
i love this comment
Game World
Game World 2 ай бұрын
@yacine Benoit 4gaming better than*
Saber
Saber 2 ай бұрын
@Gon definitely 😂
Saber
Saber 2 ай бұрын
@Gon 100%
Not Quixotic
Not Quixotic 3 ай бұрын
He reached the port of Chittagong in modern-day Bangladesh intending to travel to Sylhet to meet Shah Jalal, who became so renowned that Ibn Battuta, then in Chittagong, made a one-month journey through the mountains of Kamaru near Sylhet to meet him.
AJ JAHABi
AJ JAHABi 5 күн бұрын
From Chittagong
Full Time Travelers (FTT)
Full Time Travelers (FTT) 27 күн бұрын
@Nahin There is, people from Silchar which is India speaks pure Sylheti.
Nahin
Nahin 29 күн бұрын
@Stark Gamer I didnt know there is anything called Indian sylheti
Stark Gamer
Stark Gamer 2 ай бұрын
As an Indian sylheti,I was always told about Ibn battuta and Shah Jalal stories in my childhood.
Mohammad sourav
Mohammad sourav 2 ай бұрын
From chittagong 🤝♥️
Antikseyyah
Antikseyyah 3 ай бұрын
Great traveller, visited his tomb in Tangier back in 2017. I read his notes before my travels. Huge respect!
Ramio1983
Ramio1983 2 ай бұрын
Ibn Battuta was unapologetically himself, i really admire that about him. Even though his amazing travels are what makes him famous and well loved- there are aspects of him that will trigger you- that's not to say he was a bad man by any stretch of the imagination, but his encounters and opinions were brutally honest. He DID expect gifts from the Elite and got upset when he didn't get any, he DID expect good food and a lavish care upon him upon his arrival, he DID take advantage of his status and had wives and kids that he knew he would abandon, he DID get offended at the sight of naked tribes and church bells ringing- but that's what i love about him- his honesty in his adventures, he really let the World know who he truly was- a remarkable traveller that had a taste of the good life and really couldn't get enough of it :)
Great Expectations
Great Expectations 20 күн бұрын
That is an honest man with pride and dignity.
الطير الحر
الطير الحر Ай бұрын
120000 kms and books of memories.
Waleed Kahn
Waleed Kahn 3 ай бұрын
I feel like because we grew up in the west, a lot of these historical figures and stories are pushed to the side, so glad this internet era is helping us discover the other side of the world's history!
Nenenin Donu
Nenenin Donu 3 ай бұрын
Ibn Battuta lived in such an interesting period when most of Asia was recovering from the Mongol conquests going through cultural transmissions and architectural development
My_Other _Side
My_Other _Side Ай бұрын
@Sangu Liwet the mongols are not know to burn everything. Those cities who only refuse to surrender. You know who are known to erase cultural monuments and building, and burned books?? Islam.. even the Sultan of Mamluk Egypt wants to Destroyed the Great Pyramids. Too bad it's so hard to do. Sadly most of Great Statues and Sculpture in the Middle east and Aghanistan are Destroyed.
Yeet Man
Yeet Man Ай бұрын
@Moorish Knight how is it fake?
Moorish Knight
Moorish Knight Ай бұрын
@Gh Gh 2 Italian Brothers know for their fiction stories, created Marco Polo, based on the stories of Ibn Battutah
ZJO
ZJO 2 ай бұрын
This is so mind blowing taking into consideration the amount of logistics, energy, courage and perseverance needed for such an incredible journey, this guy deserves all our respect. Btw how did he communicate with the people he met ?
Sadiq Rahman
Sadiq Rahman 28 күн бұрын
He travelled in the Muslim world. Even though he was a Berber, Arabic was the de facto educational language in the diverse Muslim world from Morocco to Indonesia. Non Muslim nations such as India and Russia were under Muslim rule at that period of time and Ibn Battuta ususally stayed with Muslim community such as from his travel in China, Southern India and Sri Lanka.
Mario Prawirosudiro
Mario Prawirosudiro Ай бұрын
Through translators I think. Islam was already spreading at the time, and so there would usually be some muslim merchants who can speak both Arabic and the local language. For me, the financing part is more mind-boggling.
Rashka Paschaeff
Rashka Paschaeff Ай бұрын
in the most of middle eastern countries his legacy is still greatly revered! I studied in Azerbaijan and i still remember our history books have hundreds of references to his travel notes as they provide an invaluable window to the middle ages of Azerbaijani history, shahs, cities, poets and life. He described Tabriz - Southern Azerbaijan in great details and talked about the ancient empires who ruled Azerbaijan. His travels and life was an inspiration for a lot of us when we were kids, we all dreamt about travelling far and beyond like him. Maybe thats why i ended up here in Australia now 10 years later, 10k km away from Azerbaijan. This Video is amazing btw, thank you so much!
H H
H H Ай бұрын
I’m so glad to see this video on him. My mom would always tell me stories about him when I was a child. She told me when she was in school in Lebanon they learned about him. On a side note, I love how everywhere he went he was welcomed by a king, a high ranking government official, or a wealthy and influential person. I feel like if I made that trek and I showed up I’d probably look homeless at which point they’d kick me out loll
Said Xplore
Said Xplore 2 ай бұрын
As a Moroccan traveler myself, Ibn battuta is definitely an inspiration
Lilac
Lilac 3 ай бұрын
In India, we often have stories of Ibn Battuta in our Hindi literature school textbooks in the lower grades.
Sensei Wu
Sensei Wu 12 күн бұрын
@Indian Weeb Desu 🏳️‍🌈 bro ur username has so many wrongs
Aditya chauhan
Aditya chauhan 16 күн бұрын
@☕ is Fantastic too much frustrated LoL
محمد الجبرتي
محمد الجبرتي 19 күн бұрын
So???
Ahmad Sherbeny
Ahmad Sherbeny Ай бұрын
This is still the longest travel any man ever made at least to me. This man deserves his name to be found in every city of those he had been in during that long journey. If you guys read the book someday you will know how gigantic his journey was !
Aliff
Aliff 2 ай бұрын
He was such a fiery, crazy dude for doing what he did yet respectable due to his knowledge. I would love to host and chat with him if he is alive today. To travel and be accepted in many nations shows that he is humble yet accommodating every new culture he encountered. Sure, he got paid for jobs he took around the nation and received gifts due to being guest of important people but how he maintained all that through different culture, that is magnificent. Man got skills!
Taher93
Taher93 3 ай бұрын
My Origin is from Sylhet, Bangladesh, though I live in England, Shah Jalal is a widely known religious figure in my country, and to know that he received Ibn Battuta makes me very happy.
Hooman Adnan
Hooman Adnan 3 ай бұрын
What a adventurous & interesting life he lived 🙌🏼❤️ MashaAllah
stalin1909
stalin1909 3 ай бұрын
I made it a mission upon myself,to visit Ibn Batuta’s Tomb in the Old town of Tangier , Morocco. It took me serious traveling to get there . But I’m glad I did . I did it to pay respect and Admiration to one of the Greatest travelers who ever lived .
Jad
Jad 21 күн бұрын
@😔 Are you a man?
Eskild
Eskild Ай бұрын
@J P i dont think it matters nearly as much as the experience itself to be honest
J P
J P Ай бұрын
Can you trust it is his REAL tomb? Just asking. We live in a world of fakes.
Mohammed
Mohammed Ай бұрын
You welcome in my country
stalin1909
stalin1909 2 ай бұрын
@sugacane Totally understand, and know what u mean . Sometimes u live in a special place , but u take it for granted ….but hey the Place is in a maze of small alleys and roads . I’m sure you’ll find your way …its very humbling , specially when u look around the place , and realize how much traveling the man did . And now he’s in a somehow forgotten random Tomb , barely visited. Tangier is a great town man , i loved it .
xain M
xain M 2 ай бұрын
He made such an incredible impact on the maldives with his time here too , truly an incredible person
Draden Haven
Draden Haven 2 ай бұрын
Can you elaborate please ?
Haider Alnaser
Haider Alnaser 2 ай бұрын
My dad (who is a shiek himself) has a copy of his book (الرحلة) in his library And as one who read the book in its entirety I have to say you did a great job Bless
Jelly Fish
Jelly Fish 2 ай бұрын
We Bangladeshis 🇧🇩 know Ibn Battuta well as he is studied in our education curriculum. So, as a Bangladeshi and particularly Chittagongian, I got goosebumps when on 12:20, the narrator takes the name of Chittagong, then Sylhet. I love Hazrat Shah Jalal Rahmat Ullah Alai. Surely that was the time when Muslims were having their golden time with political, intellectual and spiritual dominance.
Learn Moroccan Darja with Samir and Judit
Learn Moroccan Darja with Samir and Judit 2 ай бұрын
As a Moroccan it’s something inside us we just love travelling, I am grown up in a very poor area but yet I always had the dream to travel around the world, I studied hard and got a good job and now I visited, Malta, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Tunisia, UK, Netherlands, and Now living in Hungary, planning to continue the journey after that to the Middle East, u see it’s just something in us
MH VALUE
MH VALUE 3 ай бұрын
ibn Battuta is not underrated in Muslim world.I read books of him in my child hood edit: omg to many likes thank you all.
RamessesXVIII
RamessesXVIII Ай бұрын
Right I remember learning about him in school I lived in Damascus 2004-2012
fiza siddiqui
fiza siddiqui Ай бұрын
Buddh
Praveengouda Patil
Praveengouda Patil Ай бұрын
1000th like 👍
The Awesome Man
The Awesome Man 3 ай бұрын
@Maximus Augustus go to Canada or the US for school and you'll be obligated to learn about Non-Western figures.
Faizan Alam
Faizan Alam 2 ай бұрын
Thank you for making such a detailed video of his journeys and accomplishments and giving him the spotlight he deserves.
Mohamed Safras
Mohamed Safras Ай бұрын
In Sri Lanka, we study in our history book about his journey to Sri Lanka and we get inspired by it. May Allah bless his soul
omayma bn
omayma bn 3 ай бұрын
I am proud that I am Moroccan, the country of history and the country of Ibn Battuta 😍🇲🇦💪
Amoury
Amoury 28 күн бұрын
"Travel makes you speechless...then turns you into a narrator." Ibn battouta
OUTLANDISH PERSONNEL
OUTLANDISH PERSONNEL 3 ай бұрын
This man has written the book titled "Kitabul Rohela". He is not underrated in Bangladesh as in Bangladeshi educational institutions he must be studied in every history class.
DC_Ashraf
DC_Ashraf 24 күн бұрын
@k k I get what you're trying to say but it's more appropriate to call it Bangladesh than India now. The Bengal Sultanate ("Saltanat-i Bangala" as it was actually called) was the wealthiest state in the world at the time with its own unique identity. As we know there was no state called Hindustan or India at the time (even in the colonial period, Bengalis often used "desh" to mean Bengal instead of India). The Portuguese knew it as "Bengala." Bangladesh is its successor.
k k
k k 24 күн бұрын
@DC_Ashraf let me clear something for you IBN batuta when visited Jaurilisim (whatever its spelling is) he didnt visit Israel in 1320 it was persia or iran whatever empire was that time , in that same contest When he visit Modern day Bangladesh he visited Hindustan not Bangladesh. Accept that that time it was mention as Hindustan.
k k
k k 24 күн бұрын
@DC_Ashraf i mean Curzon Divide Bengal in 1905 , on basis of Hindu muslim. Actually Bangladesh never existed it was east Pakistan no it was just Pakistan 😂 i mean wtf . You will be like Ottoman Empire was real Israel was in Turkeyi before Haiti war , but Bangladesh was not😅 USSR (Russia is fake ) Ukrain was never part of Russia in part😂
DC_Ashraf
DC_Ashraf 24 күн бұрын
@k k "Indian National Language was Hindustani" That was British India, not the Republic of India. And the Republic of India, I repeat, is officially a FEDERAL parliamentary republic.
k k
k k 24 күн бұрын
@DC_Ashraf Indian National Lang was Hindustani for briefe movement before partition , not gonna explain everything now clear your concepts. Or in simple lang. India won Gold medal (Hockey) in Olympics at Germany in 1930 , Major Dhyanchand etc. Plus Jinnah and Muslim league wanted separate electrorate for NWFP and muslim majority etc, honestly dont wanna explain here. How , why etc use your brain before arguing
Alan Charles
Alan Charles 3 ай бұрын
I wish I had sought out more about Ibn Firnas while I was in Baghdad 1980-85. I apologise if I missed a part of this piece that referred to Baghdad, I only know that there was a statue of the brave genius there. I did love hearing your immaculate pronunciation of the Arabic words! It took me back!
Turan Kubuş
Turan Kubuş 2 ай бұрын
I have read his 1300-pages book. His journey is amazing
Islombek
Islombek 2 ай бұрын
I can confidently say that one of the biggest milestone which i ever had was to decide to learn English language I never heard of that person but thanks to this channel I now have idea about this prominent explorer I don't think that i can find better KZbin channel that makes a historical video content better than you do "Knowledgia" team Good luck
Islombek
Islombek 2 ай бұрын
Once again thanks for continuing making this kind of wonderful long lasted and helpful content when the time short videos are being popular(in terms of views)♥️
Khana with karan
Khana with karan 3 ай бұрын
If he had a camera he could've become the world's first travel vlogger 😂
Priyanshu Datta
Priyanshu Datta 27 күн бұрын
Hello guys... i just got robbed hehe again.
rahasya treasure
rahasya treasure 28 күн бұрын
@KINGSHAH_TV what?
Gh Gh
Gh Gh 28 күн бұрын
@Reinhard yes it is and this is the true
Reinhard
Reinhard 28 күн бұрын
@Gh Gh nah, its all lies.
420 Reviews
420 Reviews 2 ай бұрын
Incredible story. Thank you for sharing it, it's a shame that many people have never heard his name
Just A Regular Dude
Just A Regular Dude 2 ай бұрын
I really wish that we can do those travels in today's world like Ibn Battuta did back then. Traveling freely without restrictions, and without a fortune to travel, I really wish I could do the same. Mad respect for Ibn Battuta we all know and love him in the Arab world.
MrRisati
MrRisati Ай бұрын
Great presentation. What's truly amazing is that most of these travels were taken at the speed of a walk.
The Green world 🌍
The Green world 🌍 Ай бұрын
Oh man what a life he lived centuries ago, Really amazing to imagine 💯
lerneanlion
lerneanlion 3 ай бұрын
Indeed, this is true. His joruney across the known world is greatly underrated! More likes for Ibn Battuta!
Mostafizur Rahman Shakil
Mostafizur Rahman Shakil Ай бұрын
@Dean Bergen he has came at Bangladesh as his part of journey, we have this history he also meet with Bengal ruler then. However if he was ibn Devid then u must gonna believe his word.
Anik Samiur Rahman
Anik Samiur Rahman Ай бұрын
Ibn Bttuta is underrated only in the west.
Halim Hadi
Halim Hadi Ай бұрын
Such a will and vision from a 21 years old to set afoot throughout the globe alone. What a huge character this man was
Haru khan
Haru khan Ай бұрын
I have read Ibn Battuta book about his travelling experience, the book contains nearly 600 pages. If anybody read this book be will be amaze how he faces so many problem and overcome it.
Spiritual reminder
Spiritual reminder 2 ай бұрын
I am from sonargaon, Bangladesh. Ibn battuta also visited my town. When he visited Bangladesh that time Bangladesh was known as Bengal sultanate, the capital of Bengal sultanate was the sonargaon. Then he met with the ruler of Bengal sultanate fakhiruddin Mubarak Shah.
Dahson
Dahson 2 ай бұрын
7:02 after visiting Zeila in the Adal Kingdom and Mogadishu in the Ajuran Empire he went to the Maldives and encountered a somali ruler named Abd al-Azi al-Maqdishi who invited him and gave him what he needs to continue his journey
awaaljowder
awaaljowder Ай бұрын
I learned about him in grades 1 to 6 in my Arabic classes Thank you for the childhood memories I really remembered a lot of grade 2 rn 💔
Palestine Adesanya
Palestine Adesanya Ай бұрын
This was probably one of the best videos I’ve ever watched on KZbin. What an amazing man, SubhanAllah.
Nono Zebra
Nono Zebra 9 күн бұрын
A true traveller, yes we learnt about him in our history classes
Music Bublle
Music Bublle 2 ай бұрын
In Anatolia Ibn Battuta actually met with the second Ottoman sultan Orhan Ghazi who was the second bey of the Ottoman Beylik at the time, he remarks that he was so generous and always on military campaigns mostly against the Byzantines.
HD joker
HD joker 2 ай бұрын
As a Moroccan, I am extremely proud of this greatest traveler of all time, Cheers to you my grandfather
XXX YYY
XXX YYY 2 ай бұрын
Yes we are, he's a hero in which we take great pride as Moroccans!
Ser Rico
Ser Rico Ай бұрын
WoW this guy is incredible. Thanks for making this vid, I am saddened by the dislike some have on explorers. Some were less than stellar BUT one cannot deny their adventurous spirit.
Mohamed Jaffar
Mohamed Jaffar Ай бұрын
Ibn Battuta is one of my favourite historical personalities. I have collected some very interesting books on and about his historical voyages around the globe. He was a brave, daring, and determined person to have successfully explored the world and to put down in his diary all the people, culture, and experiences he had learned during his sojourn. No one before or after Ibn Battuta had explored the world single-handedly and returned home safe. My prayers for his soul and for the parents he had lost.
Summra Jabeen
Summra Jabeen Ай бұрын
you know Ibn Battuta is a true legend when he turned out to be as good of a writer as he was a traveler
Broken Bridge
Broken Bridge 3 ай бұрын
A movie should be made about this man's life n journey's to distant lands. He would likely become very popular. Great video.
RamessesXVIII
RamessesXVIII Ай бұрын
He is very popular just not outside of Arabia
Dr PK
Dr PK Ай бұрын
A series of movies even cartoons. Marco Polo was nothing compared to him. Although many say Marco Polo was an imaginary story.
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 2 ай бұрын
Well who ll make a series on his life? Muslims dont ve time it seems.Hollywood can...but they wont i think.
Prem Gajare
Prem Gajare 2 ай бұрын
@Ayoub Hidayat Allah An epic webseries on him would be justice to his life.
Broken Bridge
Broken Bridge 2 ай бұрын
@Imran Wickett---Possible. Thanks for replying.
Bouabdellah Redha
Bouabdellah Redha 3 ай бұрын
I want to give a special thanks for this amazing and overwhelming details of the life and travels of ابن" بطوطة" that you have made in this video.
david berrada
david berrada 3 ай бұрын
You can write it like that Ibn battouta so non Arabic speakers can understand you, you mixed English with Arabic bro hahaha 😅😂😂👍👍👍👍👍👍
Byzantine Tales
Byzantine Tales 2 ай бұрын
There are many people who may have followed a similar itinerary. Ibn Batuta was lucky to write about it and at the same time write his name in history.
Hafizh Ilman Aziz
Hafizh Ilman Aziz 2 ай бұрын
It was impossible to not mention his name in history book. Even in Indonesia, when it seems like he just had a short transit, he is able to somehow manage to meet important people and store everything (well, most of it) perfectly in his mind, and write it down in a book.
MOHAMMED TAHIR
MOHAMMED TAHIR Ай бұрын
just like Ibn Battuta , I went on my travels at an early age of 17 , however I only went round western Europe by train. Ibn Battuta your a inspiration.
Hasnain Syed
Hasnain Syed Ай бұрын
Ibn Batuta's journies would make such a great TV show! Think Marco Polo meets Ertugrul. I don't think there's ever been a show that highlights the staggering travels, variety, and diversity of the old world as experienced by Ibn Batuta. His travels were ruly epic!
Chamara Ma
Chamara Ma 3 ай бұрын
What a amazing man he was..in his times
Trevor Belmont
Trevor Belmont Ай бұрын
9:57 Everything was so perfect, nothing happened untill he stepped on this land.. amazing!!!
Alok Narain
Alok Narain Ай бұрын
A very well researched text , wonderfully narrated and a very clear explanatory map showing Ibn Batuta's journeys . Hoping for more such knowledgeable videos in future Thank you.
G Hadari
G Hadari 3 ай бұрын
Ibn Battuta was probably the only explorer/traveler who’s was motivated but the thirst of knowledge and exploring and not by greed
Dhruva Drhu
Dhruva Drhu 27 күн бұрын
@Gutsu what ? you think Arab is ethnicity ! Arabic is a language and Arabs are those who have it is the main or mother language , also Ibn battuta used it as his main language and so did his family due to their work and he did in fact write poems as his famous poem about mecca and his praise of Delhi sultan go read before you speak
Gutsu
Gutsu 28 күн бұрын
@Dhruva Drhu He was not Arab nor was he a poet. He was Berber, and worked as judge or ambassador where ever he went
Reinhard
Reinhard 28 күн бұрын
he was a prolific slave owner, but thats ok because he isnt white. 🤣🙈
Dhruva Drhu
Dhruva Drhu Ай бұрын
@Gutsu what ? in Islam being a judge is one of the heaviest and less rewarding jobs there is ,and any who get rich by being a judge is suspected to be a thief so most Islamic states till 100 years ago used to appoint judges only if they come from rich family with high intellect and accomplishment or have a trade so no Ibn battuta did not become filthy rich ever nor did he want to be a judge despite his wealthy background ,and when he travelled without his family wealth or help he did what Muslims (usually arabs) used to do which is to make poem of a ruler or minister and if that ruler liked it he would buy it so do not go talking about things you dont have enough info about
Gutsu
Gutsu Ай бұрын
@Dominique Alexandria Except Mali didn't give him anything, they gave him dates and milk when he was expecting Gold and slaves, he was very disappointed about it in his book
Abdlrazak Alyahia
Abdlrazak Alyahia 3 ай бұрын
I wish I was at at this period of time. Imagine you’re in Mecca doing pilgrimage and then getting to know so many people from all around the world, each with a story on their journey and what they encountered along the way. You’d make so many friends that you won’t even see again or probably even hear about again in your life. The pilgrimage to Mecca alone meant that your life wouldn’t be the same again.
MoTheUser
MoTheUser 2 ай бұрын
It's really amazing how Ibn Battuta travelled the world like it's his hometown. "Oh hold up, let me go check on Jerusalem before I go to Mecca"
Aibar Kiehs
Aibar Kiehs Ай бұрын
I really like how well-illustrated and easy-to-understand this video is
Muhd. Faris Izzat Bin Nor Azlan
Muhd. Faris Izzat Bin Nor Azlan 17 күн бұрын
Legend,can't imagine the feelings of keep traveling in that period of era
Aakash Dwivedi
Aakash Dwivedi 3 ай бұрын
In India his legacy still lives on, his adventures and experiences were introduced to us as kids through our school textbooks and we even have poems and songs about him here. Its quite fascinating really, the impact a solitary man can have
Snow Moon
Snow Moon 2 ай бұрын
@praveen I doubt it sis.
Spaceman N
Spaceman N 2 ай бұрын
True
facto shala
facto shala 2 ай бұрын
@Nawfal Ourimech ibn batuta ha ha ibn batuta ud jawe chidiya furrr udi udi jawe this is lyrics from a song
Mohsin Khan
Mohsin Khan Ай бұрын
*Back in the day being a judge was as high as being king, so it would be fair to say Ibn Batutta was offered a VP JOB everywhere he went, Now that's Legendary itself*
saad eddanguir
saad eddanguir 2 ай бұрын
I'm glad that one of our morrocan legends get recognition thank you for this video ❤️
Luqmaan Rashid
Luqmaan Rashid 2 ай бұрын
My back, buttocks, legs, and feet are hurting from just watching this video. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone in todays day & age that has travelled as much as Ibn Batutta even with the aid and convenience of modern technology and transportation. If he had planes, cars, and motorbikes, his journey would've been 10 times greater than it already was.
OnTheRoad
OnTheRoad 2 ай бұрын
this great man deserves recognition, a series or even a movie would be nice!
TYD •
TYD • 3 ай бұрын
This man is one of the greatest men on Earth, he traveled using his two-leg may Allah grant him Jannah
AhmedCool
AhmedCool Ай бұрын
​@Ashok P he only said may god grant him heaven
AhmedCool
AhmedCool Ай бұрын
​@Ashok P who said it's the will of Allah what
Muaz R
Muaz R 2 ай бұрын
@mental when all the signs of the end of times completed. So far majority of the small signs have already been observed. The Big signs have not showed yet. But slowly getting there.
Subham Das
Subham Das 2 ай бұрын
Abhi tak ruke huye ha kya???
Abhishek Singh
Abhishek Singh Ай бұрын
I am totally surprised when I read about this man . Legend 👏
Floor Gang Member
Floor Gang Member 2 ай бұрын
Damn i watched a 17 min documentary on a great traveler it was so interesting didn't even moved during the whole video well deserved like and respect to the Great traveler.
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