15. Muhammad Ali
The Champ died in 2016 but he achieved so much in his life that other people can only dream of it. He was the greatest athlete ever.
14. Martin Luther King
Lucky are those who witnessed Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic speeches and views. Martin inspired a million of people (irrespective of race).
13. Nelson Mandela
Mandela is now regarded as a symbol of peace and equality. He spent 27 years in jail but his ideas will spend thousands of years in humanity.
12. Abraham Lincoln
The Great Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery and united the 50 states during civil war. The USA we know today might have been turned into fossils if there was no Lincoln.
11. Sir Isaac Newton
Newton is so famous that every kid knows about his ‘Fallen Apple’ tale. Though the story is modified but it is true that we would have never stepped on moon if there was no Newtonian Physics.
10. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci
There is a saying that Leonardo Da Vinci was 400 years ahead of his time. He was a true artist, scientist and philosopher. A Man with such qualities is born once in thousand years.
9. William Shakespeare
Shakespeare was the one who penned down the story telling techniques of modern literature and had a huge impact on thousands of authors in the coming centuries.
8. Adolf Hitler
Even though he did unforgettable crimes to humanity but there is no denying in the fact that evil gets famous too.
7. Mahatma Gandhi
The father of Nation (India) is regarded as a saint by millions today. He followed the rules of non-violence and truth.
6. Paul the Apostle of Tarsus
If there was no Paul, then we might not have learned about Jesus and his sacrifices. Paul introduced Christianity to the world.