Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan
Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan son of Mohi-ud-Din Bin Ahmad Al-lessa Al Khoshki Al-Jamandi Al-Afghani, was born in the year 1345 AH, in Al-Qasur, a city in the Punjab province, in Pakistan.
His grandfathers emigrated from Afghanistan escaping from the wars and tribal strifes. Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan belonged to the famous Afghanese tribe Al Khoshki Al-Jamandi. The residence place of this tribe was the valley of Arghastan, south east of the city of Kandhar.
He had most of his education in that city, then he continued his education till he gained degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of the Punjab, Lahore. He then worked in the University Hospital in Lahore, after that he travelled to England and stayed there for about four years, where he got the Diploma of Chest Deseases from the University of Wales. Then he worked in the Ministry of Health in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He came during the period of late King Abdul Aziz Al-Saud. He stayed in the Ministry of health for about 15 years, most of that period was in At-Taif, where he worked as the Director of El-Sadad Hospital for the Chest Deseases, then he moved to Al-Madinah, where he worked as the Chief of the Department of Chest Deseases in the Kings Hospital. then lastly, he worked as the Director of the Islamic University Clinic, Al-Madinah.
Allah (Glory be to Him) helped him to translate the meanings of the Hadiths of the Book Sahih-al-Bukhari and the meanings of the interpretation of the Qur-an into English in this short period.