Recently at work, creating information graphics (infographics) has been a fun way to do some marketing for our clients. Infographics are visual representations of information, data or knowledge and are a fun way to disseminate information. During some research I was doing I found a series of infographics done based off the famous periodic table of chemical elements. Therefore I decided to give this theme a try and make the Periodic Table of Islam.
If you like it, please feel free to share it around and publish it on your blogs as well. I have provided the embed code underneath the image. You can also download a higher resolution version as well. If any teachers want to use this infographic for their students, but wish to change some of the text, please leave a comment below and I will get in contact with you. I have the PSD file saved and it can easily be edited.
PS – Some science students have asked me about the ordering and positioning of the elements on the table. There is no specific order to the elements in the chart and neither do the horizontal or vertical rows imply anything like they would in the periodic table of the chemical elements.
Sayyid Ali Imran studied in the seminary of Qom from 2012 to 2021, while also concurrently obtaining a M.A in Islamic Studies from The Islamic College of London in the summer of 2018. He continued his seminary studies in legal theory, jurisprudence and philosophy, eventually attending the advanced kharij of Usul and Fiqh in 2018. He is also a regular instructor for Mizan Institute.