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He was profoundly in uenced by Western higher numbers in Arabic class. Deeply grounded in elor of Arts he had his rst marriage with Karim Bibi, religion since childhood, Iqbal began concentrating in- 1. Iqbal denounced political divisions within and amongst Muslim nations, and frequently alluded to and spoke in terms of the global Muslim community or the Ummah. Nicholson and A. Arberry respectively. After su er- illness. He also advocated for an independent vided by the Government of Pakistan.
Muslim state. Iqbal is commemorated widely in Pakistan, where he is Iqbal ceased practising law in and was granted a regarded as the ideological founder of the state. His pension by the Nawab of Bhopal.
Iqbal third , Syed Zafarul Hasan sixth at Aligarh Muslim University A night view of the tomb In November , with the encouragement of friends and supporters, Iqbal contested the election for a seat in patriotic song speaking of communal harmony.
His birth- the Punjab Legislative Assembly from the Muslim dis- day is annually commemorated in Pakistan as Iqbal Day, trict of Lahore, and defeated his opponent by a margin of a national holiday. Iqbal is the namesake of many pub- 3, votes. The government and public organisations have sponsored 2. Allama Iqbal Stamps of the Muslim League owing to the factional con ict Society was established for the promotion of Iqbaliyat in that plagued the League in the s. Discontent with philately and in other hobbies.
Iqbal rmly believed that Jinnah 2. He was a critic of the mainstream Indian National North-West India and, perhaps, to the whole of  Congress, which he regarded as dominated by Hindus, India. Some histori- 3 Revival of Islamic polity ans postulate that Jinnah always remained hopeful for an agreement with the Congress and never fully desired the partition of India. The lectures had been delivered at Madras, Hyderabad and Aligarh. Ambedkar, Iqbal expressed his not committed to Islam as the core political philosophy.
He envisaged autonomous Speaking about the political future of Muslims in India, Muslim provinces in India. Under a single Indian union Iqbal said: he feared for Muslims, who would su er in many respects especially with regard to their existentially separate entity as Muslims. Indian question, as is at its session in Allahabad in the United Provinces, as well now being solved, can be countered by our as for the session in Lahore in In his presiden- united front against both the Hindus and the tial address on 29 December he outlined a vision English.
Without it, our demands are not go- of an independent state for Muslim-majority provinces in ing to be accepted. People say our demands northwestern India: smack of communalism.
This is sheer propa- ganda. These demands relate to the defense of I would like to see the Punjab, North-West our national existence The united front can Frontier Province, Sind and Baluchistan amal- be formed under the leadership of the Muslim gamated into a single state.
Self-government League. And the Muslim League can succeed within the British Empire, or without the only on account of Jinnah. Now none but Jin- British Empire, the formation of a consolidated nah is capable of leading the Muslims. He thus became the rst politician to articulate what would become known as the Two-nation theory—that Muslims are a distinct nation and thus deserve political independence from other regions and communities of In- dia.
However, he would not elucidate or specify if his ideal Islamic state would construe a theocracy, even as he rejected secularism and nationalism. He travelled across Europe and West Asia to garner politi- cal and nancial support for the League, he reiterated the ideas of his address, and, during the Third round- Table Conference, he opposed the Congress and propos- als for transfer of power without considerable autonomy or independence for Muslim provinces.
Copy of the rst journal of Tolu-e-Islam. He would serve as president of the Punjab Muslim League, and would deliver speeches and publish articles 4 Literary work in an attempt to rally Muslims across India as a single po- litical entity. Iqbal consistently criticised feudal classes in Main article: Works of Muhammad Iqbal Punjab as well as Muslim politicians averse to the League.
Among his 12, verses of poetry, about 7, verses are in Persian. In , he published his rst collection of poetry, the Asrar-e-Khudi Secrets 3.
The poems emphasise the spirit and self from a religious, spiritual perspective. One ideas and the aims and objectives of the All India Mus- has to make a great journey of transformation to realise lim League. The journal played an important role in the that divine spirit. For him, the aim of life is 4. He charts the stages divinity and coming in contact with divine illuminations. A person must keep his the shackles of slavery. Also in Persian and published in , this group and poetry.
It tate spiritual values.
Iqbal styles his work as a reminder was written in three distinct phases of his life. He explains that an individual can Tarana-e-Hind The song of India , and Tarana-e- never aspire to higher dimensions unless he learns of the Milli The song of the Community.
The second set of poems date from , when Iqbal studied in Eu- nature of spirituality. In , he ues. This inspired Iqbal to write poems on the histori- was o cially invited to Afghanistan to join the meetings cal and cultural heritage of Islam and the Muslim com- regarding the establishment of Kabul University. Iqbal urges the entire Muslim community, addressed as the Ummah, to de ne The Zabur-e-Ajam Persian Psalms , published in , personal, social and political existence by the values and includes the poems Gulshan-e-Raz-e-Jadeed Garden of teachings of Islam.
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Sharah Zaboor-e-Ajam. Sharh Zarb-e-Kaleem. The poems delve into concepts of ego and emphasize the spirit and self from a religious, spiritual perspective.
Many critics have called this Iqbal's finest poetic work. For him the aim of life is self-realization and self-knowledge. He charts the stages through which the "Self" has to pass before finally arriving at its point of perfection, enabling the knower of the "Self" to become the viceregent of Allah. In his Rumuz-e-Bekhudi Hints of Selflessness , Iqbal seeks to prove that Islamic way of life is the best code of conduct for a nation's viability.
A person must keep his individual characteristics intact but once this is achieved he should sacrifice his personal ambitions for the needs of the nation Muslim Ummah. Also in Persian and published in , this group of poems has as its main themes the ideal community, Islamic ethical and social principles and the relationship between the individual and society. Although he is true throughout to Islam, Iqbal recognises also the positive analogous aspects of other religions.
The Rumuz-e-Bekhudi complements the emphasis on the self in the Asrar-e-Khudi and the two collections are often put in the same volume under the title Asrar-e-Rumuz Hinting Secrets , and it is addressed to the world's Muslims.
Iqbal sees the individual and his community as reflections of each other. The individual needs to be strengthened before he can be integrated into the community, whose development in turn depends on the preservation of the communal ego. It is through contact with others that an ego learns to accept the limitations of its own freedom and the meaning of love.
Muslim communities must ensure order in life and must therefore preserve their communal tradition. It is in this context that Iqbal sees the vital role of women, who as mothers are directly responsible for inculcating values in their children. Goethe bemoaned that the West had become too materialistic in outlook and expected that the East would provide a message of hope that would resuscitate spiritual values.
Iqbal styles his work as a reminder to the West of the importance of morality, religion and civilization by underlining the need for cultivating feeling, ardour and dynamism. He explains that an individual could never aspire for higher dimensions unless he learns of the nature of spirituality.
In , he was officially invited to Afghanistan to join the meetings regarding the establishment of Kabul University.
In Gulshan-e-Raz-e-Jadeed, Iqbal first poses questions, then answers them with the help of ancient and modern insight and shows how it effects and concerns the world of action. Bandagi Nama denounces slavery by attempting to explain the spirit behind the fine arts of enslaved societies.
Here as in other books, Iqbal insists on remembering the past, doing well in the present and preparing for the future, emphasising love, enthusiasm and energy to fill the ideal life. Iqbal's work, the Javed Nama Book of Javed is named after and in a manner addressed to his son, who is featured in the poems, and follows the examples of the works of Ibn Arabi and Dante's The Divine Comedy, through mystical and exaggerated depiction across time.
Iqbal depicts himself as Zinda Rud "A stream full of life" guided by Rumi, "the master," through various heavens and spheres, and has the honour of approaching divinity and coming in contact with divine illuminations.
In a passage re-living a historical period, Iqbal condemns the Muslim traitors who were instrumental in the defeat and death of Nawab Siraj-ud-Daula of Bengal and Tipu Sultan of Mysore respectively by betraying them for the benefit of the British colonists, and thus delivering their country to the shackles of slavery.
At the end, by addressing his son Javid, he speaks to the young people at large, and provides guidance to the "new generation.