Allama Muhammad Iqbal’s Concept of Reformation of Civilization and the Muslim World

Authors

  • Dr. Rifat Choudhry Lecturer, GC Women University Sialkot
  • Dr. Muhammad Afzaal Butt Dean Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, GC Women University Sialkot

Keywords:

Allama Iqbal, Practical Struggle, Realism, Predictions, Reformation of Civilization

Abstract

Allama Muhammad Iqbal’s message for the Muslims is practical struggle and that message is actually the emblem of this research topic. Because the kind of society in which Iqbal has purposed in his work for the world and for the Muslims in particular, has last in so many vague ways and directions. The researchers of Iqbal have tried a lot to understand the girth of his thoughts but they have never strived to know to what extent these thoughts of realism have benefited us in current civilized and developed age. This research work will try to divulge all those forgotten or lost factors which could play a vital role in our progress.

References

Muhammad Iqbal, Dr. “Kuliyat-e-Iqbal – (Persian)”, p 144

As above, p144

Muhammad Iqbal, Dr, ““Kuliyat-e-Iqbal – (Urdu)”, p 207

Syed Abdullah, Dr. “Ajaz-e-Iqbal”, p 574

Muhammad Iqbal, Dr, ““Kuliyat-e-Iqbal – (Urdu)”, p 272-288

Muhammad Iqbal, Dr. “Kuliyat-e-Iqbal – (Persian)”, p 948

Muhammad Iqbal, Dr, ““Kuliyat-e-Iqbal – (Urdu)”, p 434

Abdul Wahid Moeeni (Martba), “Makalat-e-Iqbal”, p 97-98

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Ebadat Barailvi, Dr, “Iqbal ki Urdu Nasr” p 185

Published

2022-06-28

How to Cite

Dr. Rifat Choudhry, & Dr. Muhammad Afzaal Butt. (2022). Allama Muhammad Iqbal’s Concept of Reformation of Civilization and the Muslim World. Zaban-O-Adab, 15(1), 202-209. Retrieved from //zabanoadab.gcuf.edu.pk/index.php/1/article/view/83