Allama Iqbal Poetry, Ghazals & Shayari

Allama Iqbal Poetry - Express your feeling with Pakistan’s largest collection of Allama Iqbal Poetry. Read, submit and share your favorite Allama Iqbal Shayari. Find 102 Allama Iqbal Poetry, Last Updated on Saturday, December 16 2017. Allama Iqbal Poetry – Poet of the East, Allama Iqbal needs no introduction. He is the most celebrated poet, philosopher, barrister and scholar of all times. Allama Iqbal received the title of “Sir” from King George V in 1922. Apart from being the poet of the East, Allama Iqbal also enjoys the status of “Musawir e Pakistan”, “Hakeem-ul-Ummat” and “Mufakir e Pakistan”. He became the national ... View More

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 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
I would say only one sentence "This writing style can never belong to Allama Iqbal" Iqbal did not write a single word in this common way. Iqbal's single word is impossible to be understood by a common man. Kahan to ye aam se alfaz
By: SK, Islamabad on Dec, 11 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
Dear writer kindly share the name of book of Allama Iqbal in which he wrote hum zinda o javed ka matam nahee kartay
By: Mohsin, Lahore on Nov, 21 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
This poetry is falsely attributed to Allama iqbal. Gham e Hussain is the soul mankind. How can one not cry after listening to all those mazalim on Hazrat Hussain. Only a stone can't respond to the tragedy of Karbala. We can,t handle it , it,s the soft heartedness that our cries come out. That makes us soft towards humanity as well. I request to re,ove it immediately.
By: Qarib Rubab, Islamabad on Nov, 19 2017
 Taskeen Na Ho Jis Se Wo Raaz Badal Dalo
Kia Ye Allama iqbal sahb ki he poetry hy ? Plz kui reference provide kary....
By: Waseem Qasim, Pindi bhattian on Nov, 13 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
Exactly -sir -- The verses above are falsely attributed to Hazrat Allama Iqbal ra - who was a great lover of Ahlul Bait as - In fact as to my knowlege , the verses against matam e Husain as were forged by Moulvi Mushtaq during tabarra agitation in the 40s during british raj in India -Moulvi Mushtaq was an agitator paid by british to create chaos among muslim communities - but these movements came to an end with the declaration of second world war where british themselves got busy --Their aim was to remain in India as long as possible therefore using their patent strategy "devide and rule "- They feared the Khilafat movement launched by Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar and Maulana Shaukat Ali Jauhar -and wanted to create misunderstandings among the people of India who had lived like brothers for centuries - Unfortunately it is revolting to realize that beautiful poem in honour of Hazrat Imam Husain as , the beloved grandson of our Holy Prophet sawas -by our our national thinker have been misused by hate mongers to create discord --I remember having read a few lines of denial a couple of years ago by Iqbal Academy sending a warning to people who are still misquoting his poem
By: Saida HAIDER, PARIS on Nov, 09 2017
 ISHQ QATIL...
From which book ??
By: Hibbah, Islamabad on Nov, 09 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
Bhai iska refernce btana
By: Syed Ali, Lahore on Oct, 01 2017
 فطرت کو خرد کے روبرو 
nice poetry of iqbal
By: salman khan, peshwar on Oct, 01 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
Ay sabā ay payk-e-dūr uftādagān,
Ashk-e-mā bar khāk-e-pāk-e-oo rasān

Iqbal’s intense love for and faith in Imam Husayn is apparent from this couplet. Fondly addressing himself to the breeze, which proverbially carries the message of the lover to the beloved, who is at a remote place. Iqbal asks her to carry his tears to the sacred tomb of Imam Husayn. Dr Iqbal weeps in sad and blessed memory of Imam Husayn and wishes to place his tears over his Imam’s grave.
By: Hussain, Raipur on Sep, 24 2017
 Keh Do Gham-e- Husain Manany Walon Ko
Allah ap ko hidayat dy :(
By: Syed Furqan, Bhakkar on Sep, 23 2017

Allama Iqbal Poetry – Poet of the East, Allama Iqbal needs no introduction. He is the most celebrated poet, philosopher, barrister and scholar of all times. Allama Iqbal received the title of “Sir” from King George V in 1922. Apart from being the poet of the East, Allama Iqbal also enjoys the status of “Musawir e Pakistan”, “Hakeem-ul-Ummat” and “Mufakir e Pakistan”. He became the national poet of Pakistan after independence. His popular creation “Sare Jahan se Acha” became the national song of India. The birth anniversary of Allama Iqbal is celebrated as the national holiday in Pakistan.

Regarded as the spiritual father of Pakistan, Allama Iqbal possess prominent place in the Urdu poetry and literature. Allama Iqbal poetry collections reveal his wisdom and intellectualism that had motivated the Muslims of India for struggle of freedom. Allama Iqbal shayari has been narrated in Urdu and Persian languages. Allama Iqbal Shayari in Urdu has been highly motivating and interesting for the readers in Indo-Pak. Allama Iqbal poems in Urdu is highly inspiring that ignited the love of freedom among Muslims of India. He was the first person who invoked the philosophy of Pakistan in front of sub-continent Muslims through its Urdu poetry. His first poetry book, Asrar-e-Khudi, appeared in the Persian language in 1915, and other books of poetry include Rumuz-i-Bekhudi, Payam-i-Mashriq and Zabur-i-Ajam. Amongst these his best known Urdu works are Bang-i-Dara, Bal-i-Jibril, Zarb-i Kalim and a part of Armughan-e-Hijaz. Allama Iqbal Ghazal collection include Har Ek Maqaam Se Aage Guzar Gaya Maah e Nau, Har Shai Musaafir Har Cheez Raahi, and Sitaaron Se Aage Jahaan Aur Bhi Hain to name a few.

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