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    #16
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    Originally posted by KeeKee View Post
    never heard of mirza ghalib but i like allamah iqbals poetry. its really meaningful.
    Ghalib was like in 16 or 18th century. He was the king of urdu poetry and people say he was reborn in the shape of iqbal lol
    الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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      #17
      Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

      difference is that mirza ghalib was only recognisde in a true sense after he kicked the bucket, allamah iqbal was famous even in their own lifetime.
      Rajab is a month of cultivation, Shaban is month of irrigating the fields, and the month of Ramadhan is a month of reaping and harvesting.”

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        #18
        Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

        Originally posted by Kas1m View Post
        khud ko kar buland itna ke khuda bande se khus pooche bata teri raza kiya hai


        actually i forgot the iqbal poetry book on my holiday..my initial plan was to add some poems from the book here
        Khud ko kar buland itna ke har taqdeer se pehle
        khuda bande se khud pooche bata teri raza kiya hai

        thats the right one lol we both were wrong
        الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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          #19
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          When Greeks attacked Turkey in 1923 (at the behest of the British) Iqbal’s heart started crying. He knew that it was not just an attack on Turkey, but it was an attack on Islam itself. He tried to free the Muslim mind from the prevailing colonial mentality and from Muslims’ own narrow self-interests. He wrote the poem "Tolu-e-Islam" which later became one of his classic works. [Copies of this poem were sold and all proceeds were sent to Turkey.] He said:

          "Hawas ne tukre tukre kar diya hay na’u insan ko
          ukhuwwat ka bayan ho ja mohabbat ki zaban ho ja
          ye Hindi, wo Khurasani, ye Afghani, wo Turani
          tu ay sharmindayeh sahil uchhal kar bekaraan ho ja"

          "Greed has torn apart humankind. You (Muslims), become role models of love and brotherhood. Get beyond the narrow boundaries of nationalities (like Indian, Khurasani, Afghani, and Turkish) and jump into the limitless ocean (of Islam)."
          Worship only the CREATOR, HE is One and HE is the SUSTAINER of the Universe. Do not worship any of HIS creations nor through HIS creations

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            #20
            Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

            anybody got iqbals poem called 'tu rehnawarde shauq hai'?
            الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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              #21
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              Muslims are divided at the root into Sunnis and Shias. Sunnis are further divided into Hanafi, Maliki, Shaafai, and Hanbali. Shias too are divided into Kesania, Zaidia, Imamia or Ithna ‘Ashari, Ismalia, etc. Sunnis are also divided into Ahle-hadith and Ahle-fiqha. In the Indian subcontinent (at least) Ahle-fiqha are further divided into Deobandis and Barelwis. Similar differences exist in other places as well. Are all these divisions and differences schools of thought as many Muslims claim? Whether or not we admit it, these differences and divisions do create physical, emotional, and psychological barriers amongst us. Iqbal says that these differences create prejudice in human beings:
              "Shajar hay firqa arayee, ta’assub hay samar iska
              ye wo phal hay jo jannat se nikalwata hay adam ko"


              "These divisions are the branches of a tree; its fruit is prejudice. This is the fruit which gets Adam (man) expelled from Jannah (peaceful life)."
              Worship only the CREATOR, HE is One and HE is the SUSTAINER of the Universe. Do not worship any of HIS creations nor through HIS creations

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                #22
                Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                With all these divisions and differences, can we progress in the world? Iqbal does not think so:
                "Firqa bandi hay kaheen aur kaheen zatein hain
                kya zamane mein panapne ki yahee batein hain"

                "Somewhere are religious divisions and somewhere are differences based on caste. Is this the way to prosper in the world?"


                He further says:
                "Tum syed bhi ho Mirza bhi ho Afghan bhi ho
                tum sabhi kuchh ho batao ki musalman bhi ho"

                "You are Syed; you are Mirza; you are Afghan. You are everything. Tell me, are you Muslim too?"


                Here Iqbal uses the word "Syed" to represent the caste system that has penetrated Muslims (especially in the Indian subcontinent because of Hindu influence). He uses the word "Mirza" to represent the ruling elite and the word "Afghan" to represent the differences in Muslims based on region, language, and race.

                All these differences are anti-Qur’anic. When Iqbal poses the question, "Tell me, are you Muslim too?" he implies that those who feel proud and superior compared to other fellow Muslims because of these labels attached to their names (and not because of Taqwa), they are not entitled to be called true Muslims.
                Worship only the CREATOR, HE is One and HE is the SUSTAINER of the Universe. Do not worship any of HIS creations nor through HIS creations

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                  #23
                  Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                  Originally posted by Kas1m View Post
                  anybody got iqbals poem called 'tu rehnawarde shauq hai'?
                  Tu Rehne Warde Shauk Hai By Nusrat Fateh Ali-1 kalame iqbal..by nusrat fateh ali saab

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9znib0Km1Y
                  Worship only the CREATOR, HE is One and HE is the SUSTAINER of the Universe. Do not worship any of HIS creations nor through HIS creations

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                    #24
                    Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                    Originally posted by aboosait View Post
                    Tu Rehne Warde Shauk Hai By Nusrat Fateh Ali-1 kalame iqbal..by nusrat fateh ali saab

                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9znib0Km1Y
                    oh i know of that but i wanted a written one with translation...its too hard
                    الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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                      #25
                      Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                      teray ishq ki intiha chahta hon
                      meri saadgi daikh kya chahta hon
                      sitam ho k ho wadae bay hijabi
                      koi baat sabr azma chahta hon
                      ye janat mubarak rahay zahido ko
                      k may aap ka samna chahta hon
                      zra sa to dil hon magar shokh itna
                      who ln tarani suna chahta hon
                      koi dm ka mehman hon a ahle mahfil
                      charaghe seher hon, bujha chahta hon
                      bhari bazam may raaz ki baat keh di
                      bara bay adab hon saza chahta hon

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                        #26
                        Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                        Originally posted by Hamza Momand View Post
                        teray ishq ki intiha chahta hon
                        meri saadgi daikh kya chahta hon
                        sitam ho k ho wadae bay hijabi
                        koi baat sabr azma chahta hon
                        ye janat mubarak rahay zahido ko
                        k may aap ka samna chahta hon
                        zra sa to dil hon magar shokh itna
                        who ln tarani suna chahta hon
                        koi dm ka mehman hon a ahle mahfil
                        charaghe seher hon, bujha chahta hon
                        bhari bazam may raaz ki baat keh di
                        bara bay adab hon saza chahta hon
                        wah...but its hard to understand iqbal lol he was such a philospher
                        الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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                          #27
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                          when i was in 6th grade my father bought me a book about Iqbal's life it also had shikwa and jawabe shikwa. that was the first book ever gifted to me by sum1. but i have lost that book.
                          but after reading abt his life
                          i was realy impressed.
                          a real daee.

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                            #28
                            Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                            Originally posted by Kas1m View Post
                            wah...but its hard to understand iqbal lol he was such a philospher
                            read it again and again u will get the point

                            i like the first verse

                            teray ishq ki intiha chahta hon
                            meri saadgi daikh kya chahta hon

                            and the other one
                            ye janat mubarak rahay zahido ko
                            k may aap ka samna chahta hon

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                              #29
                              Re: Allama Iqbal's Poetry

                              Originally posted by Hamza Momand View Post
                              when i was in 6th grade my father bought me a book about Iqbal's life it also had shikwa and jawabe shikwa. that was the first book ever gifted to me by sum1. but i have lost that book.
                              but after reading abt his life
                              i was realy impressed.
                              a real daee.
                              yeah...one shair of his

                              Na tu zameen kay liye hai na aasmaa kay liye
                              Jahaa hay tere liye tu nahi jahaa kay liye
                              الصلوۃ والسلام علیک یا سیدی یارسول اللہ

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                                #30
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