Allama iqbal poetry about pakistan

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allama iqbal poetry about pakistan

India Of My Dreams by Mahatma Gandhi

The book is a collection of speeches, articles etc. by Mahatma Gandhi. There are 75 topics in which Gandhi Ji speaks about his thoughts and dreams for the nation.

Though many words like Ahimsa, Satyagraha, Swaraj are pretty common to hear but there actual meaning and practice is difficult.

The chapters regarding the safeguard of minorities and upliftment of villages impressed me much. I will only recommend this work if you are interested in getting to know more of Mahatma Gandhi otherwise there are other great books actually written by Mahatma Gandhi.
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Muhammad Iqbal

He is called the "Spiritual Father of Pakistan. Iqbal is admired as a prominent poet by Indians , Pakistanis , Bangladeshis , Iranians and other international scholars of literature. The Pakistan government officially named him " National Poet of Pakistan". Iqbal's house is still located in Sialkot and is recognized as Iqbal's Manzil and is open for visitors. His other house where he lived most of his life and died is in Lahore, named as Javed Manzil. Iqbal often mentioned and commemorated his Kashmiri lineage in his writings. Iqbal's father, Sheikh Noor Muhammad died , was a tailor, not formally educated, but a religious man.

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Allama Iqbal

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.

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