Essay on Aallma Aqbal outline:- Allama Iqbal was born on 9th November 1877. He got a scholarship to study at famous Government College Lahore. Iqbal was always concerned about the Muslims of everywhere. He died in 1930. His tomb is in Lahore.
Allama Muhamad Iqbal was Born on 9th November 1877. He was a Muslim poet and philosopher. Iqbal became the national poet of Pakistan. He was also known as a poet of East. Iqbal wrote poetry in the Urdu and Persian Language. This poetry was considered to be a revolutionary. His vision of an independent state was the starting point for the creation of Pakistan. Allama’s family has migrated long ago from Kashmir to Sialkot. His father was sheikh Noor Muhammad and Mother was Imam BiBi. They worked in Government job, but later started his own business. His father and mother were very pious and religious-minded people. They devoted simple life. They had six children, two sons, Ato Muhammad and Muhamad Iqbal and four daughters.
Allama Iqbal was a good student. he completed his study of the Holy Quran in his boyhood and secondary at a small school in Sialkot. Iqbal was admitted to the Scottish Murray College, Sialkot, where he topped the higher secondary examinations and got a scholarship to study at the famous Government College, Lahore, for BA. Ongoing to live in the hostel there, Allama Iqbal met professor Arnold an English teacher who taught many things to Iqbal and guided his properly in his studies of philosophy and literature. After doing his BA and MA from Government College, Lahore, Iqbal was appointed a professor at the same institution and after some time, in 1905, he was selected for higher studies in England and Europe. He went and studied at Cambridge University and then also at London University, and then went to Munich, Germany, where he took a Ph.D. degree.
After all his study, Iqbal decided to go back and teach and also practice law in India. Allam Iqbal was a poet and philosopher, he was always concerned about the thoughts and ideas and condition of Muslims everywhere, but especially Indian Muslims who were under British rule and also threatened by Hindu majority population. Iqbal believed strongly in Sir Syed Ahmed Khan’s earlier idea about, Two Nation Theory, that Muslims and Hindus were two separate nations and should be allowed to live separately. He put forward this idea again in his famous Allahabad Address of Muslim League, in 1930 and also preached this in his poems and lectures. Allama’s words and ideas inspired many Muslims, some of whom became a leader of Muslim League, and struggled to obtain Pakistan later on. He was very popular amongst the Muslim.
Allama Iqbal presented, to the Muslims of India, the picture of Pakistan in 1930. The Quaid-i-Azam turned his dream into a reality. He passed away in Lahore on the 21st of April, 1938. Iqbal was buried near the stairs of the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore. His message and ideas lived on after him, amongst Muslims under the Leadership of Quaid-i-Azam, the Muslims of India were able in August 1947 to finally get a separate homeland, Pakistan. He will always be remembered with respect and love. May his soul rest in peace Amen!