Speech on Allama Iqbal [1, 2, 3, 5 Minutes]

1 Minute Speech on Allama Iqbal

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Greetings to all. and thank you to all of your to give me a chance to give a speech on Allama Iqbal.

The poetry, philosophy, and political action of Iqbal, also known as the “Poet of the East” and “Mufakkir-e-Pakistan”.
He is the Thinker of Pakistan.
He was not only a prolific writer
He was a well-known politician.
He was the leaders of muslims nation.
Generations of Pakistanis are still motivated by his poems and lectures to work toward a brighter future for their country.
Poems and works of literature by Allama Iqbal are known for their profundity and spiritual topics.
He wrote about the idea of Khudi
He wrote about the self-awareness and self-respect, which he saw as being essential for Muslims in British India to experience a spiritual and political awakening.
His poetry is still studied and revered for its potent message of empowerment and self-discovery.

He was a member of the Pakistani Constituent Assembly after having served in the British Indian Legislative Assembly.
He is regarded as one of the key founders of the Pakistan Movement.
He was a fervent supporter of the establishment of a distinct Muslim state in India.
Iqbal’s principles and concepts are source of inspiration for muslim nation especially for pakistani’s.


The legacy of Allama Iqbal is a crucial aspect of Pakistan’s history.
He has had a profound effect on our country and its citizens.
We are still motivated to fight for a brighter future for our nation by his writings and lectures.
Let’s pay tribute to his legacy by following in his footsteps, committing to education, self-awareness, and self-respect, and working to make Pakistan a better place.

One of the most significant individuals in Pakistani history is still Allama Iqbal.
We still draw inspiration and guidance from his poetry, philosophy, and political activity today.
As we honour him today, let us reaffirm our dedication to his principles and keep working toward a brighter future for our country.
Let’s join forces to create a powerful, wealthy, and just Pakistan that is loyal to Allama Iqbal’s vision.

5 Minute Speech on Allama Iqbal

Dear teachers and students!

Greetings to all. and thank you to all of your to give me a chance to give a speech on Allama Iqbal.

Poet, philosopher, and statesman, Allama Iqbal was.
He studied Western philosophy and literature as well.
He is well renowned for his English, Hindi, and Urdu poetry.
Numerous other languages have also had his poems translated into them.

He is sometimes referred to as “The Prophet of the East” and is regarded as one of the most significant individuals in the Indian subcontinent’s battle for independence from British domination.
The well-known works of Allama Iqbal are “Bharat Varsha” and “Jawab-e-Shikwa.”

The young people in the subcontinent are fond of the poet Allama Iqbal.
His poetry is studied at universities and is available in many different languages.

Young people like Allama Iqbal’s poetry because it addresses issues that are important to them.
His poetry explores themes of society, life, and love.
Additionally, he has a rich grasp of spirituality and religion, which attracts to this age range.

He began writing poetry when he was just 17 years old, and he created several Persian-language poems.
He is also regarded as one of the best Urdu poets and is frequently referred to as “Shair-e-Mashriq” or the “Poet of East.”
His poetry draws inspiration from Islamic beliefs, mysticism, and Eastern culture.

Allama Iqbal made significant sacrifices for Pakistan and worked tirelessly to improve the country’s quality of life.
He want it to be a sovereign nation that would provide all of its residents equality, fairness, and peace regardless of their backgrounds.

English, Russian, French, German, and Hebrew are only a few of the languages into which Iqbal’s works have been translated.
When he was 28 years old and writing his first poem, “Asrar-i-Khudi,” it was published in 1915.
He made literary history in 1930 when his work The Secrets of Selflessness, which examined Islam as a religion of self-surrender to God or Allah, earned him the Nobel Prize in Literature, making him the first Muslim to do so.

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