Sir Muhammad Iqbal (1873-1938) was not only amongst the leading political figures of his time, but regarded by many as the spiritual father of Pakistan and a great champion of the reform movement of modern Islam. He was also a poet, in both Urdu and Persian. The recurrent theme of his poems is the infinite potentiality of man, as partner with God in shaping the destiny of the universe. As an ardent Muslim, Iqbal saw the realization of mankind's future in a union of Islamic peoples, unfettered by the bonds of separate ...

Javid-Nama 2011, Routledge, London

ISBN-13: 9780415608534

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Javid Nama 1995, Kazi Publications

ISBN-13: 9781930637436

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