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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published by Ferozsons first published September More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Iqbal was a great poet,that goes without saying. This,the first volume of his poetry,is the most accessible of his works.
It is also significant for me,as it forms part of my early childhood memories. The poems Iqbal wrote for children,are included in this volume. I have fond memories of those simple,yet beautiful poems in school. There is another reason to remember this book,it in Iqbal was a great poet,that goes without saying.
There is another reason to remember this book,it includes one of the saddest poems I've ever read,Walida Marhooma Ki Yaad Main.
It was Iqbal's tribute to his dead mother,a poem I would repeatedly seek solace in,when a similar tragedy befell me. There are many profound observations,on life and the universe. It is majestic verse,it leaves the reader awestruck. Iqbal did however,have a penchant for using difficult expressions. Of course,Iqbal's poetry is heavy on ideology,and the book has a significant ideological component.
In later works,he would turn to Persian as his main medium of expression,to the detriment of Urdu readers. Bang e Dara the call of the marching bell ,is all the more special,therefore,as it is in Urdu. View 2 comments. Jul 07, Ayesha Mushtaq added it. I find it the simplest ,the touching and The most inspiring book :.
May 24, Syedhassan rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love this book. View 1 comment. Nov 06, Alianwae is currently reading it. It is very high level Urdu poetry which give us a lesson. Damn to deep Urdu and Farsi. Jul 11, KSN Ebad rated it it was amazing. Very excellent.
Mar 27, Mansha Kz rated it it was amazing. Great thought sir. May 03, Manahil rated it really liked it. Fabulous book. Jul 24, Fazalmola marked it as to-read. Oct 07, Husnain Ali added it. Dec 24, Mudasir Hussain rated it it was ok. May 10, Babar Irshad rated it it was amazing. Feb 06, Omama. Iqbal always called on the youth to aspire for greatness, always comparing them to a fearless, soaring eagle that knows no bounds.
Bang-e-Dara is full of such poems which are addressed to the whole nation on the importance of freedom, hard work, attachment to one's religion and legacy. For a true reformation of this country, we need our youth to reform themselves. I'm glad for the fact that Iqbal always called on the youth to aspire for greatness, always comparing them to a fearless, soaring eagle that knows no bounds.
I'm glad for the fact that growing up, we had Iqbal's poems in our courses. Nov 06, Iqra rated it it was amazing. Nov 23, Ameen Zakariyya rated it it was amazing. Allamah Iqbal poetry, a message for struggle and uprising. Dec 28, Sohail rated it it was amazing. Really makes you think. Feb 05, Mhayatmagsi is currently reading it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Muhammad Iqbal.
Muhammad Iqbal. There he studied Arabic and philosophy as an undergraduate, then in did an M. He was appointed to a Readership in Arabic at the Oriental College in Lahore, and over the next few years became well known as a poet, as well as writing his first book in Urdu , The Knowledge of Economics In he travelled to Europe to continue his philosophical studies, first at Cambridge, then at Munich, where he obtained his doctorate with a thesis entitled The Development of Metaphysics in Persia.
From to he was Professor of Arabic at the University of London; during this period he studied for the bar, becoming a barrister in , when he returned to Lahore to practise law.
While practising as an advocate at the Lahore High Court he continued to a part-time academic career as professor of philosophy and English Literature, being appointed Professor of Philosophy at the Government College, Lahore in He was knighted in Despite his law practice, his philosophical work, and his gradual entry into politics, first as a member of the Punjab Legislative Council and later as president of the All India Muslim League, Iqbal was probably best known and respected as a poet.
Nevertheless, his other activities brought him some measure of fame, especially six lectures that he gave at Madras, Osmania University at Hyderabad, and Aligarh, which were later published as The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam During the early thirties he travelled extensively in the Middle East and Europe, participating in international political conferences, meeting philosophers and politicians, and writing.
His political view was that in theory a Muslim state wasn't desirable, as he held to the ideal of a world-wide Muslim community; nevertheless, he held that, at least in the short and medium terms, the only way for Indian Muslims to be able to live according to the tenets of Islam was in such a state, and he campaigned accordingly. He died in Lahore in , some nine years before the creation of Pakistan, where his birthday is celebrated as national holiday. Iqbal's philosophical work involved bringing various philosophical influences, including Leibniz, Hegel, and Nietzsche, to his Islamic scholarship, thus holding out the promise of a revival of genuine Islamic philosophical thought — a return of Islam to its place in the philosophical world.
That promise has yet to be truly fulfilled, though it remains in place. Books by Muhammad Iqbal. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more No trivia or quizzes yet.
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Bang-e-Dara ( Urdu Edition )
Bang-e-Dara / بانگ درا
The poems in The Call of the Marching Bell were written by Iqbal over a period of twenty years; the collection is divided into three parts:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Learn how and when to remove these template messages.