Celebrating his 57th birthday, AR Rahman stands as an influential figure in global music, marked by six National Film Awards, two Oscars, Grammys, a BAFTA, and a Golden Globe.

 Losing his father at a young age, Rahman navigated hardship, supporting his family through music. His journey led him to embrace Islam, finding solace and purpose within its teachings.

Influenced by Qadiri Sufi teachings of love and harmony, he converted to Islam with his family, adopting the name Allah Rakha Rahman, signifying compassion.

Rahman's faith never hindered his success; his global acclaim soared with two Oscars and other prestigious awards for "Slumdog Millionaire" and "127 Hours."

Crossing cultural boundaries, Rahman collaborated with icons like Michael Jackson, Sting, and Mick Jagger, performing at renowned venues like the White House and the Nobel Peace Prize Concert.

Honored with Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Polar Music Prize, and Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters, his religion mirrors his personal journey, influencing his musical and social endeavors.

 Rahman's life embodies the unity of faith and music, transcending barriers and inspiring millions globally.

 His tale remains a testament to how faith and artistry intertwine, making AR Rahman a revered legend and an inspiration to fans worldwide.