One of the most influential poet of all times whose fame is not confined only to Muslim world but also to Europe and Asia, who is called “Shair-e-Mashrik” is Allama Muhammad Iqbal. He was a scholar, poet, philosopher, politician as well as academic and a barrister. He is considered one of the most important figures in Urdu literature, with literary work in both Urdu and Persian and is admired as a prominent poet by Indians, Pakistanis, Iranians and other international scholars of literature. Besides being poet, he is also the reason behind Pakistan. He is the one who gave the idea of separate homeland and aroused Muslims through his thought-provoking poetry. There is large number of books written by Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
Early Life and Education:
Allama Muhammad Iqbal was born on 9th November is Sialkot. His father Sheikh Noor Muhammad was poor rather religious man. He was tailor by profession. He admitted Iqbal to mosque when he was four to learn Quran. He learned Arabic language there. The he got admission in Mission High School, Sialkot where he done his matriculated. Then he went to Government College Lahore where he did Bachelor of Arts in philosophy, English literature and Arabic. The he went to west for higher education.
After his Master’s degree he served in Government College Lahore as a professor of philosophy for short period of time. After doing Bachelors of Arts degree from England and earning PhD degree from Germany he returned to Lahore and started his practice as a lawyer. In 1919, he became the general secretary of AnjumanHimayat-e-Islam. Then in 1927, Iqbal was elected to the Punjab Legislative assembly and was later elected to preside over the session of the Muslim League. It was there that he for the first time introduced the idea of ‘Pakistan’.
Allama Iqbal Books:
He has written thousands of Books in Urdu, Punjabi, English and Persian.
Out of his 12,000 verses of poetry, about 7,000 verses are in Persian. His most famous Persian writings are:
His first collection of Urdu poetry, was published in 1924. Most Famous Allama Iqbal Books in Urdu are:
Pas Cheh Bayed KardaiAqwam-e-Sharq
Iqbal wrote two books on the topic of The Development of Metaphysics in Persia and The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam and many letters in the English language. In these, he revealed his thoughts regarding Persian ideology and Islamic Sufism.
He has written many poems in Punjabi, most of them were for children of young age. Most famous among them are:
Baba Bakri Wala
All of his writings are mostly concerned with young generation, trying to give them wakeup call. He has made the young people realize that they are full of potential. They can conquer everything they want. It was due to his wakeup calls, that Muslims of subcontinent got united and worked together for the cause of separate homeland.
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