کلام اقبال میں قرآنی تلمیحات اور ان کی عصری معنویت
Qur'anic Allusions to Kalam Iqbal and its Contemporary Meaning
Keywords:Qur’anic allusions, Revolution, Talmeeh, Spirituality, Kalaam-e-Iqbal
Abstract: Iqbal, the great and famous poet of the Islamic world, through his revolutionary poetry preached the teachings of the Qur'an and Islam. He not only considered Islam as a religion but also a complete code of life. Iqbal is a reformer and philosopher of the Islamic nation. The following article discusses Iqbal's attachment to the Qur'an in his poetry and the use of Qur'anic allusions and its significance in modern times. Iqbal presented the Qur'an in his speech in three ways. Firstly, Using the Arabic text of the Qur'an in poetry. Secondly, presenting the meaning of Qur'anic verses in poetry and Thirdly, Making the words of the Qur'an the title of the poem.
Iqbal's poetry is based on the Qur'an and Sunnah, so the teachings of Allama should not only be read and understood but also followed
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