What is the meaning of Bal e Jibreel?
Bal-i-Jibril is the peak of Iqbal’s Urdu poetry. It consists of ghazals, poems, quatrains, epigrams and displays the vision and intellect necessary to foster sincerity and firm belief in the heart of the ummah and turn its members into true believers.
What is Zarb e Kaleem?
Zarb-i-Kalim (or The Rod of Moses; Urdu: ضربِ کلیم) is a philosophical poetry book of Allama Iqbal in Urdu, a poet-philosopher of the Indian subcontinent. It was published in 1936, two years before his death.
When was Bal e Jibreel published?
Who wrote Javid Nama?
Comment: Title: Javid-nama, Author: Sir Muhammad Iqbal, Publisher: Allen & Unwin, Binding: Hardcover, 1966. First Edition. 152 pages.
What is the street name after Iqbal in Germany called?
Let me take you to a trip where you can imagine the countryside, castles and the romantic roads of Heidelberg. You know the most exciting thing about Heidelberg is a road, which is named after Allama Iqbal. Iqbal Ufer is named after Allama Muhammad Iqbal who had spent six months in Heidelberg learning German.
What is the first name of Zarb e Kaleem?
Sir Muhammad Iqbal
|Author:||Sir Muhammad Iqbal|
|Note:||Sir Muhammad Iqbal, Zarb-e-Kaleem (Lahore: Kutab Khana Talu-e-Islam, 1936), p. 191.|
Who translated Javed Nama?
Sir Dr. Muhammad Iqbal
Pilgrim Sighting of Great Leader Hazrat Syed Ali Hamadani (departed 14th Century) and his great word replying questions raised by the visiting soul. “The Other World” is the poem translation of Javed Nama, Persian poem by Sir Dr. Muhammad Iqbal, the philosopher poet of the East.
What is the meaning of Iqbal’s Khudi?
that Iqbal emphasizes is that knowing oneself is in fact an immediate perception of God. He focuses his attention on the. individual “I”, thus shifting the emphasis from divine to human. The path of recognition of the self is the path that takes. one to a contact with the Absolute.