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Seven eminent personalities who really were masters of all trades

<![CDATA[“Jack of all trade and master of none” is a figure of speech that is usually true for all. However, some people have proved it all wrong. When it is difficult to be acquainted with a single ability, these people had immense knowledge and made enormous contribution that further paved way for civilization and a better future for all.

Rabindranath Tagore

A Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was somebody who had it all in him. Tagore was a nationalist, business-manager, playwright and a social reformer. He was a poet but writing stories and giving beautiful rhythms to songs came natural to him. He is known for his soulful writings, be it stories, novels, drama or songs. (Image)



Aristotle, popularly known as a Greek philosopher spent all his life studying different subjects. He books written in many subjects including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, ethics, biology and zoology are the classics of all time. (Image)

Gottfried Leibniz


Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was a German intellectual whose contribution in philosophy, mathematics and even literature is remarkable. Leibniz invented the binary system, which is called the foundation of modern computer. He was a great teacher and a philosopher who contributed a lot in European politics and diplomacy. His contributions in the field of physics and technology later proved to be the platform for many valuable concepts in biology, medicine, geology, probability theory and psychology. He is well known for his contribution to the modern information science. (Image)



Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, popularly known as Michelangelo was an Italian Renaissance painter. He is also a famous poet, architect and an engineer. His huge contribution in many fields earned him the title “Renaissance man,” which itself describes him as the man who was talented in many fields. His contribution in the field of painting has no match even today. (Image)

Isaac Newton


Who is not aware of the law of gravity given by Newton? Known for his work on laws of motion, optics, gravity and calculus, Newton presented his theory of universal gravitation and three laws of motion. Newton’s discovery of light based on observation is one of his greatest contributions. (Image)



He was an astronomer and inventor. All are aware of his contribution in the field of mathematics. He is known for his work on geometry, arithmetic, mechanics and several inventions and tools. He devoted all his life to new inventions in the field of mathematics that have proved to be his great contributions to the world even now. (Image)

Leonardo da Vinci


Da Vinci was an Italian polymath, painter, architect and musician. The list of his contributions is actually never ending. He was an engineer, astronomer, anatomist, biologist, geologist, physicist, musician and philosopher. He is considered to the best among all. Having expertise in many fields is rare for a single human, but the expertise over all different areas have never been noticed the way it is for da Vinci. (Image)]]>

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