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Kulliyat-e-Iqbal (Urdu)

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Complete poetry of Dr. Allama Mohammad Iqbal, one of the greatest poets of Urdu.
Published (first published July 1st 2004)
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Waseem Arain
Poetry with philosophical tinge - Iqbal style. It is important read for the reader who wants to understand the political thought of Indian Muslims at the time of partition. Beauty of his works is that, many of his concepts are still relevant... Concept of 'Khudi' is the foremost of them all whereby he motivates people to raise their self-esteem and understand their value in the comity of nations... Similarly emphasis on progress through rational approach and understanding of cause and effect wer ...more
Sara Khan
However... this is NOT the sort of book which you can completely understand by just reading it once, or thoroughly enjoy by just giving it one try. Even if one has a command on basic structure and diction of Persian language, this collection of poetry deserves more perusal than just the one time to marvel at the level of excellence that Iqbal achieved through the depth of his thoughts and their association with life as we know it.
Dec 13, 2014 Mze marked it as to-read
lovely poet....<3
Kamran Khan
May 23, 2014 Kamran Khan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Kamran by: My mother
I was 15 when I read this book first time. It is a book for everyone. I was too young at that time to actually comprehend the message being conveyed. However, I plan to read it again with increased interest. This is good learning, amusement and quite an experience on its own. Its a must have in your library.

I would strongly recommend everyone to read it. You need to have poetic sense. And reasonably familiar of Urdu, Persian, Arabic and Hindi.

Kamran Khan
Obviously something coming from Sir Iqbal has to be a masterpiece. This one is no exception and though one needs a strong command over Farsi and Urdu, ( i don't know farsi), it makes a very thought-provoking and interesting read. It is a must keep if you are into poetry, or simply, into understanding life itself. Iqbal's words speak whole new meaning each time they are read and the reader is left amazed each time at the ingenuity of this great genius.
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  • دیوانِ غالب [Divan-e-Ghalib]
  • نسخہ ہائے وفا [Nuskha-ha-e-Wafa]
  • Urdu Ki Akhri Kitaab
  • Lekin
  • Shahabnama
  • پطرس کے مضامین [Patras Ke Mazameen]
  • Aik Mohabbat Sau Afsanay
  • Janan Janan
  • حماقتیں [Hamaqatain]
  • Dil Darya Samandar
  • Raja Gidh
  • شاہین
  • لبیک [Labbaik]
  • خاكم بدهن [Khakam Badahan]
  • Awaz e Dost (آوازِ دوست)
  • Manto Nama
Sir Allama Mohammad Iqbal also known as Allama Iqbal was born in 1877 in Sialkot, Punjab, in British Ruled India, now Pakistan, and was educated in the local school and college in Sialkot, before going on the university in Lahore. There he studied Arabic and philosophy as an undergraduate, then in 1899 did an M.A. in philosophy (being ranked first in the Punjab, and awarded a Gold Medal). He was a ...more
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