Iqbal and Modernism

Authors

  • Dr. Sadaf Naqvi Asst Professor, Urdu Department, G C Women University, Faisal Abad
  • Shazia Taj Ph.D Scholar, Department of Urdu, Govt College Women University, Faisal Abad

Keywords:

Perception, Modernism, War, Wealthy and Settled, Optimistic.

Abstract

Modernism refers to rationally, cognitively and logically optimistic forward-movement and struggle of the world. The most important principle of the modernism is that, the human only gets awareness and the perception of facts through wisdom and leads to the development of a society. Muhammad Iqbal was a person who was used learn from emerging lights and new knowledge. He had no interest in the old-age imitations and nostalgia. On every aspect, his judgment of the ideas was based on the criteria of thinking, wisdom, knowledge, logical reasoning, experience and observation. Iqbal's poetry is the representative of modernism."

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Published

2021-06-30

How to Cite

Dr. Sadaf Naqvi, & Shazia Taj. (2021). Iqbal and Modernism. Zaban-O-Adab, 14(1), 198-206. Retrieved from //zabanoadab.gcuf.edu.pk/index.php/1/article/view/42