Allama iqbal poetry in urdu for pakistan

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Allama Iqbal: Selected Poetry by Muhammad Iqbal

Serving as an introduction to the works, influence, and legacy of the Muslim philosopher-poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal, this collection provides faithful translations that retain the special ornaments of Persian verse. This collection of the works of Iqbal, considered to be one of the greatest poets of the Urdu language, showcases the musicality of style and unique rhyme and assonance that has made his work memorable. A lengthy introduction, discussing the important aspects of Iqbals life and art, is also included.
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InFocus: Iqbal’s Pakistan! – The Country Ahead?

Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. Application include amazing collection of Dr Allama Iqbal urdu poetry. Allama iqbal poetry app update more amazing poetry of allama iqbal every month It is easy to read in Noori Nastaleeq font Allama Iqbal was a Muslim poet and philosopher who was born in Sialkot.

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Allama Muhammad Iqbal was a poet, philosopher, scholar, knight, politician and an authority on Islam all rolled into one single mortal being. His work inspired not only the birth of Pakistan, but also brought Muslims of his days out of ignorance, providing them with the confidence and guidance they needed to realise their true potential. But unfortunately, his message of Muslim brotherhood, self-confidence, knowledge and continuous progress has been forgotten by people of the land Iqbal first dreamt to establish. Taken from his poem Parinday Ki Faryad , the verse describes the agony and heartbreak of losing freedom with unmatched brevity. The 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 in a free country. The message is as important today as it was back then, as most Pakistanis have forgotten the luxury that is a free country.

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