Rashidul Bari (1979) moved to the United States in 2000. He earned GED in 2004. Currently he is a doctoral student at Columbia University and he teaches mathematics at Bronx C. College.

Shaheda Bari graduated from Bronx C. College with an associate  degree in accounting. Now she is studying at Bachelor's degree in accounting at Lehman College. 

Refath Bari (2003) is a student of Brooklyn Tech, one of the most famous high schools in the world. He aspire to get into Harvard. He's also a fluent programmer in Java, C++ & Python. He scored 800/800 in SAT math section

 

Soborno Isaac Bari is a Bengali-American prodigy born on April 9, 2012 at New York Presbyterian Queens hospital. Bari’s father, Rashidul, and mother, Shaheda, were immigrants from Bangladesh. Bari also has a brother, Refath. His parents noticed he began talking in full sentences at 6 months and was able to solve mathematics, physics, and chemistry problems at 2 years old.  His parents started recording his problem-solving abilities and shared his videos on social media , some of which caught the attention of  local TV channels  and colleges in New York. On November 3rd, 2014,  when Bari was only 2 year-old, Medgar Evers College Vice President Jerald Posman took his interview.

 

Bari’s problem-solving abilities caught the attention of  Voice of America (VOA). On Feb 13, 2015, VOA invited 2 1/2-year-old Bari for an interview, to test his intellectual abilities in math, physics, and chemistry. VOA published Bari’s interview on their website and twice broadcasted his interview, mentioning that Bari was the youngest interviewee since the birth of VOA in 1942.

 

On 21st April 2016, Dr. Lisa Coico, President of City College of New York, gave Bari the nickname “Einstein of our time” for his achievement on a series of tests in math and science. In 2016, at age 4, Bari received a letter of recognition from President Barack Obama for his accomplishments in math and science, and in 2018, at age 6, he received a letter of recognition from Harvard University for his problem-solving abilities. Bari was accepted into New York City’s gifted and talented program later the same year.

 

On April 24, 2018, Dr. Thomas Isekenegbe, President of Bronx C. College, interviewed Bari to learn more about his anti-terrorism campaign and upcoming book, “The Love.” On March 15, 2019, Bari published “The Love,” a book about loving all religions, to promote his anti-terrorism campaign of the same name.

Rashidul Bari , Soborno Isaac Bari, Refath Albert Bari