|Statement||edited with introd. by Mohammad Maruf.|
|LC Classifications||PK2199.I65 Z628|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||78930563|
Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal (/ ˈ ɪ k b ɑː l /; Urdu: محمد اِقبال ; 9 November – 21 April ), known as Allama Iqbal, was a poet, philosopher, theorist, and barrister in British has been called the "Spiritual Father of Pakistan" for his contributions to the nation. Iqbal's poems, political contributions, and academic and scholarly research were : 20th-century philosophy. Allama Iqbal’s contributions to Islam and Muslims are unparalleled in their characteristics and his followers interwove the practicability on the basis of his ideals. All Muslims of the world are indebted to our great thinker and pay gratitude for his relentless fight for a separate homeland, which changed the political attitudes of other. Commentary / Insight. Through Iqbal’s eyes! “Unbeliever is he who follows predestination even if he be Muslim. Faithful is he, if he himself is the Divine Destiny”—Allama Muhammad. to world thought. Islamic society has a permanent element in its structure of thought, such as the unity of God, the finality of Prophethood, the sharia’t, the Islamic code of law and Akhuwah, (Brotherhood). To Iqbal, the stable character of a society directly depends upon the essential regard for the ultimate realities that govern life. From the.
Taken from his poem Parinday Ki Faryad, the verse describes the agony and heartbreak of losing freedom with unmatched poem relates how a bird in captivity yearns for its days of freedom. At the time this work was penned down, Iqbal was clearly trying to make Muslims of the sub-continent realise the importance of freedom and that no amount of luxuries in captivity could replace life. Muhammad Iqbal (–), poet and philosopher known for his influential efforts to direct his fellow Muslims in British-administered India toward the establishment of a separate Muslim state, an aspiration that was eventually realized in the country of Pakistan. He was knighted in Abdur Rashid Siddiqui's well-researched book Man and Destiny: Some Reflections on Iqbals Concepts of Khudi and the Perfect Man is a timely contribution that brings into sharp focus the real intellectual and ideological ethos of Islamic resurgence. He has delved deep into the mind and soul of Iqbal and presented in a simple and lucid style two. This book is based upon a detailed and critical examination of Iqbal's concept of God as expounded in Chapter II of The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam. His concept of God is a finite (panentheistic) one and is based largely upon Iqbal's reading .
It was the reconstruction of the Islamic Revolutionary Thought, as accomplished by Allama Iqbal more than half-a-century ago, that led to the Iranian revolution of This is because many of the ideologues of this revolution, especially Dr. Ali Shari´ati, were deeply influenced by Iqbal´s thought. Introduction. Published in , Asrar-i-Khudi (Secrets of the Self) was the first poetry book of Iqbal. Considered by many to be Iqbal's best book of poetry, it is concerned with the philosophy of a letter to the poet Ghulam Qadir Girami(d/), Iqbal . The greatest advice of Iqbal to humanity is: Have a heart like Jesus, thought like Socrates, and a hand like the hand of a Caesar, but all in one human being, in one creature of humanity, based upon one spirit in order to attain one goal: become a human being who attains to . Allama Muhammad Iqbal was one of the greatest thinkers and poets of the Muslim world. He was not only a sage, a revolutionary poet-philosopher, an extraordinary scholar and harbinger of Islamic renaissance but also a political thinker and seer of Pakistan.