Allama Iqbal

ALLAMA-IQBAL’S-MESSAGE-TO-TEACHERS-AND-EDUCATORS

ALLAMA IQBAL’S MESSAGE TO TEACHERS AND EDUCATORS

Sheikh-e-maktab hai ik emarat gar! Allama Iqbal is undoubtedly the most well-read poet of Pakistan. What distinguishes him from other poets and philosophers is the element of positivity and hope in his works. Throughout his poetry, he elucidates the problems and criticizes those responsible for the state of affairs, yet he remains optimistic and suggests...

ALLAMA-IQBAL’S-PERSPECTIVE-ON-ARTS-and-LITERATURE

ALLAMA IQBAL’S PERSPECTIVE ON LITERATURE AND FINE ARTS BY DR. UMNEEA AHMAD KHAN

Mojza-e-fun key hai khoon-e- jigar say namood: Allama Iqbal’s Perspective on Literature and Fine Arts Dr. Umneea Ahmad KhanThe University of Western Australia Member of Iqbal Academy Scandinavia “Art for the sake of art is not enough”, is Allama Iqbal’s message to artists, poets, writers and the like. He expresses his appreciation of various forms of art...

Iqbal-ka-fiker

The Reconstruction Of Religious Thought In Islam By Allama Iqbal

Few people attain knighthood from the West. Fewer are worthy of being called “Allama” in the East. However, there is not a single individual besides Sir Allama Dr Muhammad Iqbal whose name starts with both “Sir” & “Allama” and has a doctor’s title to go along. This shows the extremely wide spectrum of thought...

Five Simple, Yet Powerful Lessons From Allama Iqbal’s Poetry

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....