Ibn battuta

Ibn battuta
early life
impact of the world
Ibn Battuta was born in February 24, 1304, in Tangier, Morocco.
In June 1325, at the age of twenty-one, Ibn Battuta set off from his hometwon on a hajj to mecca a journey that would ordinarily take sixteen months.
Ibn Battuta traveled the Islamic world and far east of the 14th century CE covering 75,000 miles (120,000) between 1325-1352.
He met at. Least 60 rulers and a much greater number of viziers, governors, and other dignitaries.
Ibn Battuta wrote a famous book called Rihla in 1352.
In his important book the rihlah, he shed light on many aspects of the social, cultural, and political history of a great part of the Muslim world.
Battuta contributed to the movement of Dar al Islam and preserved the influences that had on the globe.
his writings can be used as a window the past for historians to see the world through his eyes as it was during time period.