Harmony, Peace And Philosophical Approach In The Poetry Of Allama Muhammad Iqbal


  • Dr. Muhammad Kamran
  • Dr. Zaheer Abbas
  • , Dr. Tariq Mahmood Hashmi
  • Dr Shazia Razzaq
  • Hisaan Kamran




Literature, Culture, Peace, Harmony, Pakistan


Pakistan’s national literary legend Allama Iqbal (1877-1938): a Muslim poet, philosopher and politician in British India. He wrote his works in Persian and Urdu and is cherished and talked about whenever the subject of Pakistani literature comes up. He is a visionary national poet of not only Pakistan but of the entire Islamic World which is why he’s also the famous poet of Iran. No wonder, He was a revolutionary writer with great consciousness and precision who gave philosophical ideas regarding peace, harmony and self-knowledge in a quite new way. His concept of revival and revolution did not only lead to the creation of Pakistan, but also gave a new breath and the sense of revolution to the Islamic world and East. In this research paper we shall discuss the philosophical thoughts and imagery regarding peace, harmony, self-knowledge and revolution in Allama Iqbal's poetry as well as the contemporary Pakistani poetry

Author Biographies

Dr. Muhammad Kamran

Professor & Director Institute of Urdu Language & Literature University of the Punjab, Lahore

Dr. Zaheer Abbas

Assistant Professor of Urdu, Institute of Urdu Language & Literature University of Punjab Lahore.

, Dr. Tariq Mahmood Hashmi

Associate Professor, Department of Urdu, G C University, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Dr Shazia Razzaq

Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu,  Lahore College for women University Lahore, Pakistan.

Hisaan Kamran

Research Scholar: MPhil Supply Chain Management Institute of Quality and Technology Management, Punjab University, (New Campus) Lahore




How to Cite

Dr. Muhammad Kamran, Dr. Zaheer Abbas, , Dr. Tariq Mahmood Hashmi, Dr Shazia Razzaq, & Hisaan Kamran. (2024). Harmony, Peace And Philosophical Approach In The Poetry Of Allama Muhammad Iqbal. Kurdish Studies, 12(1), 5017–5018. https://doi.org/10.53555/ks.v12i1.3020

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