Pakistan commemorates the 144th birthday of Allama Iqbal

Pakistan is commemorating the 144th birthday of Dr. Allam Iqbal, the country’s national poet, who inspired millions of Muslims throughout the subcontinent to seek an independent state where they may freely practice Islam.

The day began with special prayers for Pakistan’s success and prosperity at mosques.

Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal, regarded as the “Poet of the East” in Pakistan and other areas of the globe, was born in Sialkot on November 9, 1877.

Iqbal was a poet and philosopher who was well-known. He is recognized with creating poetry and utilizing his political clout to push for the establishment of a Muslim nation. In pre-partition politics, his Allahabad address in 1930 was a watershed event.

Allama Iqbal’s speech offered Muslims on the subcontinent a clear direction and a distinct identity in order to create Pakistan.

This morning, a Change of Guards ceremony was performed at Allama Iqbal’s tomb in Lahore to pay honor to the renowned philosopher.

The honorary change of guard at the tomb was assumed by a detachment of the Pakistan Navy.

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