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  • Allama Iqbal
    became a supporter of an independent homeland for India's Muslims, though within an Indian federation and not as a separate nation. He is regarded by many as the spiritual founder of Pakistan. Iqbal was the foremost Muslim thinker of his period, and in his many volumes of poetry (written in Urdu and...
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  • Allama iqbal
     Introduction Sir Muhammad Iqbal, also known as Allama Iqbal, was a philosopher, poet and politician in British India who is widely regarded to have inspired the Pakistan Movement. He is considered one of the most important figures in Urdu literature, with literary work in both the Urdu and...
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  • Allama Muhammad Iqbal
    Islamic philosophy Main interests Urdu poetry, Persian poetry, Sufism Sir Muhammad Iqbal (Urdu: محمد اقبال) born (November 9, 1877 – April 21, 1938) was a Muslim poet, philosopher and politician born in Sialkot, British India (now in Pakistan), whose poetry in Urdu and Persian is considered...
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  • Allama Iqbal 2
    kard ai Aqwam-i Sharq in 1936, and Armughan-i Hijaz in 1938. All these books were in Persian. The last one, published posthumously is mainly in Persian: only a small portion comprises Urdu poems and ghazals. His first book of poetry in Urdu, Bang-i Dara (1924) was followed by Bal-i Jibril in 1935...
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  • Bhagat Singh
    Sammelan including its General Secretary Professor Bhim Sen Vidyalankar. At this age, he quoted famous Punjabi literature and discussed the Problems of the Punjab. He read a lot of poetry and literature which was written by Punjabi writers and his favourite poet was Allama Iqbal from Sialkot.[22] In...
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  • Essay
    poetry appeared: Bāl-e Jibrīl “Gabriel’s wing,” containing Iqbal’s finest Urdu poems, and Żarb-e kalīm “Moses’ rod,” which is more concerned with criticism of political and social issues. Iqbal died on 21 April 1938, in Lahore, and was mourned by the whole of India; he is buried in a mausoleum...
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  • Allama Iqbal Essay 2
    Sir Mohammad Iqbal, better known as “Allama” (scholar) Iqbal, is a unanimously celebrated poet and thinker all over the state of Pakistan. He is considered among the founders of Pakistan, and often credited for the very idea of an independent state for Indian Muslims, “Quaid-e-Azam” (the great...
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  • The Two Nation Theory
    that one of them should surrender the other. To hope that both would remain equal is to desire the impossible.” ii) Allama Iqbal: He was a great philosopher and political thinker. He had studied Islam deeply and had profound likening for the Islamic principles. He compared the western culture with...
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  • Iqbal
    muammad Iqbal Sir Mohammad Iqbal ????? ???? ????? Full name Muhammad Iqbal Born November 9, 1877 Sialkot, Punjab, British India Died April 21, 1938(1938-04-21) (aged 60) Lahore, Punjab, British India Era Modern era Region Islamic Philosophy School Muslim. Main interests poetry...
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  • Maha's Essay
    children and youth. His poetry is full of messages. He gave the idea of Pakistan for Indian Muslims in his address at Allah Abad in 1930. He was a true Muslim and kind man. Bang-e-Dara, Bal-e-Jibreel, Zarb-e-kaleem  are his famous urdu poetry books. Allama Iqbal could not see his dream come true and died on 21th April 1938. His tomb is near Badshahi Mosque Lahore. He lives in the hearts of the nation....
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  • Send Your Friend a Life in Diamond Dash
    subcontinent. Apart from their lives, there are many points of resemblance in the works of Milton and Iqbal. In poetry, both wrote in two languages, Milton writes in Latin and English while Iqbal in Persian and Urdu. Milton contains the illusions of Hebrew History, Greek Mythology, and Iqbal to Islamic...
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  • Allama Iqbal's Biography
    Allama Iqbal's Biography Birth Iqbal was born in the Punjab on February 22, 1873. His ancestors, who were Kashmiri Brahmins, had embraced Islam two hundred years earlier. Iqbal’s own father was a devout Muslim with Sufistic bent of mind. Primary Education He received his early education...
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  • Muslim Leaders
    his dream come to fruition. Although Iqbal was politically active, he was best known for his inspiring Urdu and Persian poetry, which many credit for waking up the Muslims of India to push for their rights. He was also a philosopher, whose seminal work The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in...
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  • knowledge
    ’ attention, mention must be made of Allama’s own short perceptive study: ‘Bedil in the Light of Bergson’, and unpublished essay in Allama’s hand (20 folios) preserved in the Allama Iqbal Museum (Lahore); cf. Dr Ahmad Nabi Khan, Relics of Allama Iqbal (Catalogue) , 1, 25, with photographic...
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  • Bhagat Singh
    literature and poetries especially written by Punjabi writers. Allama Iqbal from Sialkot, who was also a freedom fighter, was Bhagat Singh`s favourite poet. By winning an essay competition that was organised by Punjab Hindi Sahitya Sammelan in 1923, young Bhagat Singh attracted the attention of the...
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  • The Third Round Table Conference...
    second one was scheduled. Since consensus could not be developed on constitutional reforms in the second conference also, therefore third one was organized which also ended in fiasco. Who was Allama Iqbal? [4][->14] Allama Iqbal, born in Sialkot on 11 November 1877, was a distinguished Muslim...
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  • Title
    ’, and unpublished essay in Allama’s hand (20 folios) preserved in the Allama Iqbal Museum (Lahore); cf. Dr Ahmad Nabi Khan, Relics of Allama Iqbal (Catalogue) , 1, 25, with photographic reproduction of the first sheet. 20. Cf. John Oxenford (tr.), Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Sorret...
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  • Indian Literature
    Mughals and in its higher forms was once called the "Kohinoor" of Indian languages. Its surely most refined, enriched, sophisticated and ripended language and literature, producing world-class renowned poets like, Meer Ghalib, Iqbal and Faiz. The revolutionary poetry of Allama Sir Dr. Mohammed...
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  • Allam Iqbal
    sayings and poetry. Aflame Iqbal and Ideology of Pakistan: 1. Separate Recognition of Muslims: Allama lqbal made it clear that the Muslims have the separate recognition from the Hindus on the base of religion and culture. In this regard he said “India is not a country, it is a Sub-continent of...
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