Posted on November 9, 2007
Filed Under >Raza Rumi, People, Poetry, Politics
60 Comments
Total Views: 38397

Email a copy of 'Remembering Iqbal and his message of change ' to a friend

* Required Field






Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 3 entries.



Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 3 entries.


E-Mail Image Verification

Loading ... Loading ...

60 responses to “Remembering Iqbal and his message of change”

  1. ahamad says:

    Nice I really Like – Iqbal Day Poetry

  2. Watan Aziz says:

    First, perhaps the the finest lectures (book) given (written) by man in the last 1,000 years, is the masterpiece “The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam”. You really have to roll back to ibnRushd to get another masterful stoke. And then you have to roll back to Imam Ali, to get a purpose.

    The titles of these lectures are themselves are amazing:
    -Knowledge and Religious Experience
    -The Philosophical Test of the Revelations of Religious Experience
    -The Conception of God and the Meaning of Prayer
    -The Human Ego – His Freedom and Immortality
    -The Spirit of Muslim Culture
    -The Principle of Movement in the Structure of Islam
    -Is Religion Possible?

    And, if anyone wants to get the sense of a Muslim experience, go figure these lectures.

    Any serious discussion of sharia (yes, with a small ‘s’, the big ‘S’ is only one, the Qur’an) cannot take place in absence of these lectures of the Great Allama.

    Simply put, ‘Great Allama is amazing’!

    Which begs the question to all those who like to quote all sorts of terminology and the science of terminology, and the masters of terminology, where do you find guidance about those and them in the Qur’an?

    And if you answer has anything to do with citation of ‘namaz’, please save your breath and keystrokes, I am not wasting my time over childlike answers!

  3. Lutf says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2009/11/091108_ jaun_eliya_na.shtml

    جون نے اپنے بالوں کی لٹ پیچھے کرتے ہوئے کہا مثلاً ڈاکٹر اقبال کا ہیرو بیک وقت اورنگ زیب بھی ہے اور سرمد بھی۔ ایک ہی شاعر بیک وقت قاتل اور مقتول دونوں کو بلند کردار کہہ رہا ہے۔۔ مسولینی میں عظیم انسان کی کون سی خوبیاں تھیں؟ وہ ڈاکٹر اقبال کا ہیرو کیسے ہوگیا ؟ برٹش امپائر کے شہنشاہ کے سامنے اقبال نے سرِ تسلیم کیسے خم کردیا؟ کیا عظیم شاعر کا یہی کردار ہوتا ہے کہ وہ ہر طبقے کے لوگوں کو خوش کرنے کی کوشش کرے؟ اور شاہین ایک ایسا خونخوار طائر ہے جس میں رحم کا جذبہ ہرگز نہیں ہوتا۔ کیا اقبال نے شاہین کو علامت بنا کر انسان کو خونخوار بننے کی تعلیم نہیں دی ؟؟

  4. sifi says:

    wel i was just goin thru d blog…..the sher above zahid peene de masjid main beth kar was not by iqbal….it was by ghalib…..i think mr wasim got it wrong….in fact 2 this sher allama iqbal replyd wid a beautiful sher.wel m not here 2 pinpoint…..was just 2 curious 2 know….as i think dats true….anyone plz can mail me at sifi_luv@rediffmail.com