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  • Baang e Dara

    This app helps the young generation to fully understand the work of Allama Iqbal. The purpose of this app is to facilitate students who are unable to benefit from Iqbal's work because of the difficult terms used or the lack of knowledge about the context of the poems.Poems written up to 1905, the year Iqbal left for England. These include nursery, pastoral, and patriotic verses. "Tarana-e-Hindi" ("The Song of India") has become an anthem, and is sung or played in India at national events. "Hindustani Bachon Ka Qaumi Geet" (National Anthem for Indian Children) is another well-known song.[1] Poems written between 1905 and 1908, the period he spent as a student in Europe. He praises the rationality .

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  • Kulliyat-e-Iqbal

    Kulliyat-e-Iqbal" (A Complete Collection of Iqbal's Poetry [in Urdu language]). Dr. Muhammad Iqbal (died in 1937 in present day Pakistan), popularly known as Allama Iqbal or Iqbal, is considered to be the "Poet of the East". Imbued with immense poetic talent in Urdu as well as Persian languages along with a buring desire to deliver the message of the reality, the true potential, the real purpose and place of a human being, delivered a gem of Urdu poety to the world.Allama Iqbal turned to Islam for inspiration and rejected nationalism as a disease of the West. He argued that Muslims must find their destiny through the fundamental teachings of Islam i.e Qur’an and the sayings of prophet.

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  • Bal-E-Jibreel

    Bal-i-Jibril (Urdu: بال جبریل‎; or Gabriel's Wing; published in Urdu, 1935) was a philosophical poetry book of Allama Iqbal, the greatSouth Asian poet-philosopher, and the national poet of Pakistan. Iqbal's first book of poetry in Urdu, Bang-i-Dara (1924), was followed by Bal-i-Jibril in 1935 and Zarb-i-Kalim in 1936. Bal-i-Jibril is the peak of Iqbal's Urdu poetry. It consists of ghazals, poems, quatrains, epigrams and displays the vision and intellect necessary to foster sincerity and firm belief in the heart of the ummah and turn its members into true believers.Some of the verses had been written when Iqbal visited Britain, Italy, Egypt, Palestine, France, Spain and Afghanistan,

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  • Learning English through Poems and Songs

    Aims The rationale behind the package is that students will have ample opportunities to enrich their English learning experience and extend a range of language abilities through exploring poems and songs. Carefully designed and sequenced, the materials and activities in this package aim to: strengthen students’ skills of understanding and appreciating the themes, structures,features and language in a range of poems and songs;help students to respond to and give expression to the imaginative ideas, moods and feelings expressed in poems and songs through written, oral and performance means; and enable students to apply the knowledge and skills they have learned in their own creative production and critical appreciation of poems and songs.

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  • The Collected Poems

    THE SONG OF THE HAPPY SHEPHERD THE woods of Arcady are dead, And over is their antique joy; Of old the world on dreaming fed; Grey Truth is now her painted toy; Yet still she turns her restless head: But O, sick children of the world, Of all the many changing things In dreary dancing past us whirled, To the cracked tune that Chronos sings, Words alone are certain good. Where are now the warring kings, Word be-mockers? — By the Rood, Where are now the watring kings? An idle word is now their glory, By the stammering schoolboy said, Reading some entangled story: The kings of the old time are dead; The wandering earth herself may be Only a sudden flaming word, In clanging space a moment heard, Troubling the endless reverie. Then nowise worship dusty deeds, Nor seek, for this is also sooth, To hunger fiercely after truth, .

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  • A LITTIE TREASURY OF

    Thanks are due the following poets, their copyright owners and their publishers for permission to reprint certain poems in this anthology: JONATHAN CAPE LiMiTEi>(and Mrs. W. H. Davies) for the poems by W. H. Davies from Collected Poems', for the poems from A Map of Verona by Henry Reed CHATTO & WINDUS -for the poems by Wilfred Owen; for the poems by Peter Quennell; for "Legal Fiction" and "Letter I" by William Empson. CLARENDON PRESS for poems by Robert Bridges from the Poems in Classical Prosody of Robert Bridges, from October and Other Poems of Robert Bridges, from New Verse of Robert Bridges, from New Poems of Robert Bridges, all by pci mission of the Clarendon Press, Oxford. JOHN DAY COMPANY- for the poems from Selected Verse by John Mani fold,

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