Az Khwab e Giran Khez is a poem in Persian by Allama Iqbal the title translates to Wake Up From Your Deep Slumber. It calls on the Muslims and brings to them a picture of their present state, urging them to wake up and regain their glory.
Tasveer e Dard or The Portrait of Anguish is a touching and emotional poem by the great Allama Iqbal. Read with English translation.
The “Days of Allah” are the historical landmarks which reveal the movement of the Truth in history. Time and again, in the historical process, Truth triumphs over its rivals
During Allamah Iqbal’s life some people had attempted to create the impression of Iqbal’s leanings towards communism, basing their arguments on some verses in favour of communism and its ideology.
Pakistan and Afghanistan share deep-rooted historic bonds of culture, geography and faith. They also cherish common customs, languages, literature and heroes. This historic bond between the two nations was revived by Allama Iqbal – the national poet of Pakistan – through his poetry.
To some there may seem to be a contradiction in this view of taqdir given by Iqbal. But, according to Iqbal this contradiction arises due to the wrong concept of taqdir which the present Muslims in general have come to accept, due mainly to the Magian influence on Islam. Allama Iqbal has written so much about the concept of taqdir that it may require a complete book to fully explain and justify his views on this difficult issue.
The history of man is an infinite process of mutual conflicts, sanguine battles and civil wars. In these circumstances can we have among mankind a constitution, the social life of which is based upon peace and security? The Quran’s answer is: Yes, provided man takes for his ideal the propagation of the “Unity of God” in the thoughts and actions of mankind.
“The Horse of the Religion of Islam was originally born in Arabia. Now, do not brand him with the Seal of Greece! Similarly, don’t place the Table of Decadence7 in the armpit of a few (Muslim) children, who have just begun their education!”
Iqbal R.A was not only a poet for this nation, he presented us with an ideology, a vision and guidance inline with the teachings of the Quran. In this video Maulana Tariq Jameel tries to make us realise what an assett Iqbal was for this nation.
Munib Iqbal the grandson of the great Allama Iqbal sits outside the door of Badshahi Mosque on the footsteps of Allama Iqbal’s tomb and discusses the teachings of Allama Iqbal.
The great Allama Iqbal always used the word Shaheen for the Muslim Youth. Lets hear from his son, Javed Iqbal, the reason and poetic inspiration behind using Shaheen as a symbol for the young generation.
A Message from the East is an inspirational film about the life and work of Muhammad Iqbal, the national poet of Pakistan. A crew of 10 Chicago Filmmakers traveled from Germany, Dubai, Pakistan, Turkey, Spain, Canada, and parts of the United States to retrace the steps and thoughts of the most inspiring Muslim Poet of the 20th Century.
Iqbal was a poet who inspired Muslims with the spirit and determination to restore to Islam its former glory and although he is no more with us, his memory will grow younger and younger with the progress and development of Muslim India.
While in Italy during November 1931, Iqbal received a message through Dr. Scorpa, the Italian Councilor in Mumbai that Mussolini wanted to meet him. Dr. Iqbal accepted his invitation and met the Italian Dictator on November 27 in his famous hall.
Source: PakCyberForce دلیل صبح روشن ہے ستاروں کی تنک تابی افق سے آفتاب ابھرا ،گیا دور گراں خوابی The fading glitter of stars is a signal of an upcoming bright morning. The sun has arisen from the horizon, gone is the period of deep torpor.
When the spirit of an eagle is awakened in the youth
They perceive their destiny high in the skies
Don’t lose hope, it leads to the decline of intellect and greatness
The hope of a believer is a confidante of the One Above
Dr. Sultan Khan DEFINITION: Democracy is a word that comes from two Greek roots. Demos, the populace and the Kratia the Rule, taken together, rule by the people, hence democracy in this sense means government by the mass of the people as distinguished from those with special rank or status. The Greeks used the term more »
by Prof. Muhammad Munawwar Source: NazariaPak.info No great poet or thinker can ever be treated as a representative of some particular school, era, country or race. He looks ahead of his time and his influence transcends all racial and geographical boundaries. Yet no great poet or thinker can remain uninfluenced by his immediate surroundings. The more »
Source: ImranHosein Introductory Comment Time is running out for the republican State of Pakistan. Only those who see with one eye will fail to recognize the evil reality that clients of Israel now control strategic decision-making both in Pakistan’s government as well as in the Armed Forces. The writing appears to be on the wall more »
It is well known that the poet-philosopher Muhammad Iqbal had a deep admiration for Germany, German thought, German poetry and there are innumerable instances in his writings, in his poems, in letters and in recorded conversations with him which indicate clearly that the works of German philosophers and poets have been a source of great more »
Source: RupeeNews.com Sadi had cried over the destruction of Baghdad Ibn-Badrun on the despoliation of Granada, and Dagh on the sack of Delhi. Iqbal would now lament the desolation of Sicily. And he would do it as movingly, and as magnificently, as these three great bards. With the years, Iqbal’s poems increasingly reflected the troubles more »
Source: DAWN In his poetry, which was by his own admission only a tool to convey his ever evolving thought, Iqbal raised many a magnificent existential question: Who am I? What am I here to do? What is my role, for myself, my community, my people, and humanity as a whole, in the great scheme more »
Reliving the brilliance of Iqbal, this piece of writing pictures our sorry state today. Let us consider this a tribute to Iqbal, and follow his teachings to make ourselves the Mard-e-Momin of Allah, and realise glorious future he has envisioned for us.
Taranae e Milli translated as Anthem of the community is a piece of poetic art as well as an ideological text for all Muslims. This anthem disregards nationalism and emphasises on the unity of the Muslims nation, with Prophet Muhammad (saws) as the leader. Below is the Urdu text and English translation. English Translation
By Dr. Mansoor Alam Muslims are supposed to work together towards a common goal set by the Quran and shown by the Prophet (PBUH) through his Sunnah. They are brothers and sisters because they are bonded by the common ideology of the unity of God and the unity of humankind. These are the foundational principles more »
by Sayyid Ali Khamene’i Translated from the Persian by Mahliqa Qara’i This is a translation of President Sayyid Ali Khamene’i’s speech delivered at the opening session of the First International Conference on Iqbal, held at Tehran, March 10-12, 1986, on the occasion of the 108th birth anniversary of the poet of the Subcontinent. I should more »
Allama Iqbal emulates the council of Iblees – The Satan. Iblees is sitting with his advisors, who are reporting to him from around the world. Scheming and plotting as to how to put the children of Adam astray and make mischief on Earth. The advisors present their problem and threats to their work, Iblees answers more »
Shikwah – The Complaint Jawab e Shikwah – The Response to the Complaint Shikwah – The Complaint (1909) and Jawab e Shikwah – The Response to the Complaint (1913) are considered one of the master pieces of Allama Iqbal. The sad state and decadence of the Muslims touched the heart of Iqbal. In grievance Allama more »
Shikwah – The Complaint Jawab e Shikwah – The Response to the Complaint Shikwah (1909) and Jawab e Shikwah (1913) are considered one of the master pieces of Allama Iqbal. The sad state and decadence of the Muslims touched the heart of Iqbal. In grievance Allama Iqbal wrote these two master pieces, that remain a more »
Allah had gifted three great leaders without whom, Pakistan would simply not exist today. These were Muhammad Ali Johar, Allama Iqbal and Muhammad Ali Jinnah. There was great friendship between Muhmmad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal. All three were free of inferiority complexes and possessed unblemished characters. Of course a lot of rubbish had been more »
Source: Islam as an Ethical and a Political Ideal: Iqbal’s maiden English lecture, ed. by S. Y. Hashimy (Lahore: Orientalia, 1955), pp. 53-101. Slightly edited for classroom use by FWP. Typos have been corrected, and punctuation slightly adjusted in some cases for clarity. All italics are those of the original text. Some extremely short paragraphs more »
Source: Speeches, Writings, and Statements of Iqbal, compiled and edited by Latif Ahmed Sherwani (Lahore: Iqbal Academy, 1977 , 2nd ed., revised and enlarged), pp. 3-26. This version has been slightly edited by FWP for classroom use. Some extremely long paragraphs have been broken into shorter ones; small errors of punctuation, etc., have been corrected. more »
Source: PKKH Dear Mr. Jinnah, Thank you so much for your letter which I received a moment ago. I am glad to see that your work is progressing. I do hope that the Punjab parties-Sspecially the Ahrar and the Ittihad Millat-will eventually, after some bickering, join you. A very enthusiastic and active member of the more »
Shair-e-Mashriq, Hakeem-e-Ummat Sir Dr. Alama Mohammed Iqbal THREE PHASES OF A VISIONARY by Moin Ansari (Note from author: I started this in 1997 and it remains “a work in progress”. I have included the unformatted discussion and feedback from our readers at the bottom of this article. As we move forward, all feedback will be more »
When the young berber Muslim General, Tariq Bin Ziad, landed with his soldiers on the coast of Spain, he ordered the vessels in which they had crossed the Mediterranean to be burnt, so that there remained no possibility of a retreat. After the command had been carried out, he addressed his troops in these memorable more »
RupeeNews.Com Mashriq sae oobhartay huaye Sooraj ko zara daikh Alama Iqbal’s entire life was a rebuttal to Orientalism which portrays the East thorugh the eyes of the West and then finds solutions to that false image. Alama Iqbal writes that the Muslims have woken and the troubled times signal a great awakening of the Musslamans more »