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Guess the name comes from the Arabic for 'noblity of faith/religion' ?

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This name comes from the Arabic for 'noblity of faith/religion', and appears in the name of an Indian classical musician and a 13th century ruler.
However, it is perhaps more familiar to us because of a genial character well known for rubbing things the right way.

What is his name?

posted Oct 24, 2016 by Navya

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Allaudin khan is the singer and Aladin is the Disney character who rubs the lamp to Summon his Genie.

answer Oct 30, 2016 by Tejas Naik
u have good knowledge
Thank you !

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