Complete Life History Of Dr. Allama Mohammad Iqbal Detail

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Complete Life History Of Dr. Allama Mohammad Iqbal

  • 2017-10-07 06:11:10

Dr Allama Mohammad Iqbal is our greatest poet of the Muslim,Philosopher and the active Political leader whose played main roll to independence of Pakistan.

He was born on the 09 November 1877 at Sialkot Punjab.His father's name was Sheikh Noor Muhammad and Mother's name was Imam Bibi.

Allama Iqbal was 4 years old when he entered the Musjid to learn the Quran,he learned the Arebic language from his teacher Syed Mir Hassan.

Allama Iqbal completed matriculation in 1893 from Mission school at Sialkot.He received Intermediate with the Faculty of Arts diploma from Murray College Sialkot in 1895.The same year he enrolled Government College Lahore where he qualified for Bachelor of Arts in philosophy. and his subjects in Government College Lahore in 1897 is English literature and Arabic,Later going to Europe for higher studies.Having obtained a degree from Cambridge and left the England in 1905.After his higher studies he was gone in to London and there he got the LLB law degree in 1908 and practiced for the lawyer so he was got the position of a good lawyer.After the law degree he was feel that his studies are not completed so he awarded a degree of PHD by Munich University.That why he is also known as Dr. Allama Mohammad Iqbal.

He had a great love for his religion Islam. In 1930, when Muslims and Hindu's live together in the subcontinent and then European government would rule,Allama Mohammad Iqbal was worried about the independence of the Muslims of Subcontinent then he was wrote some poems and poetry for the Muslims awoke from their sleep as a result of his effort.

He gave the idea of a new country for the Muslims.At last Pakistan appeared on the map of the world on 14th August 1947 with the hardworking of Dr.Allama Mohammad Iqbal & our national leader Qaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinah.Qaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinah was gave the practical shape with his hard work to the Iqbal's independence dreams.

Our national poet was died in 1938 and could not see the actual creation of Pakistan, but played a major part in his creation.He was a true Muslim.