All articles published in Iqbal Review related to History.

Ibn Arabi Passions Truth to Dialogue: The Paradigm of Connectivity


by: Dr. Muhammad Maruf Shah and Dr. Musarrat Jabeen Abstract Inter and intra belief systems dialogue features ceaselessly, because of the new experience and new revelations which bring new challenges and demand new understanding. Emulating truth showcases the mindset of cultures and civilizations; it flourishes when connectivity based on truth prevails. Ibn Arabi passions: Truth to Dialogue;...

From Young to Old: a Comparative Study of Iqbal and T. S. Eliot


by: Khurram Ali Shafique Abstract Eliot’s first professionally published poem appeared in Munroe’s magazine in June 1915. The title was ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’. It was the time when Iqbal was reading the final proofs of his first “professionally published” poem, ‘The Secrets of the Self’ (Asrar-i-Khudi), in Persian. His poem appeared soon afterwards in September. The two poems, each...

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