Lahore: Today is the 83rd anniversary of Allama Iqbal, the poet of the East. Pakistani thinker Allama Muhammad Iqbal dreamed of a separate homeland in 1930 and with his poetry breathed new life into the Muslim nation of the subcontinent.
The Eastern poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal was born on November 9, 1877 in Sialkot. After completing his primary education in Sialkot, he matriculated from Mission High School and passed the FA examination from Murray College, Sialkot.
He did his MA in Philosophy from Government College Lahore. After doing his MA he went to England for higher studies and got a law degree. Later he went to Germany from where he got his PhD in philosophy. ۔
Allama Dr Muhammad Iqbal advocated with poetry and also took an active part in the political movements of the country. In 1922, the British government gave him the title of head.
Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal was a pioneer of freedom of the homeland. He breathed new life into the Muslim nation of the subcontinent with his poetry and dreamed of a separate homeland in 1930.
Even before the formation of Pakistan, Allama Muhammad Iqbal had passed away on April 21, 1938 and was buried in Lahore.
Allama Iqbal wrote books like Bang Dara, Zarb Kaleem, Armaghan Hijaz and Bal Jibril. In addition, seven collections of Persian poetry and your books written in English satisfy the thirst for knowledge around the world.