Rare pictures of Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Credits: From personal archives of Munib Iqbal and courtesy of Mian Yousaf Salahuddin
A well published photograph of Allama Iqbal, taken in Shimla.
Ali Bakhsh, Allama Iqbals loyal and devoted personal servant. The one person present during his time of death.
A group photo of the Allama after getting an honorary Doctorate in 1933 from the Punjab University.
A picture of Allama sb located at the National Portrait Gallery, UK.
A page from Iqbal’s Biyaz or notebook. From the poem Zoq-o-Shoq, most of these verses were written by Allama Iqbal in Palestine.
A visiting card of Allama Iqbal.
Allama Iqbal praying at the Masjid-e-Qurtaba, 1933
Allama Iqbal at the Masjid-e-Qurtaba, 1933
Allama Iqbal in London.
By Cambridge University 7th May 1907 for research titled “Development of Metaphysics” in Persia.
Rare image of Allama Iqbal after a convention.
Allama Iqbal reciting his famous “Shikwa” in the Badshahi Mosque
Allama Iqbal with his landlady and fellow residents at his accommodation in Heidelberg, during student days.
“Aunty Doris” was a German governess of Iqbal’s daughter. She remained loyal to the family and took care of Iqbal’s grandchildren too.
Coins commemorating the 100th birth anniversary of Allama Iqbal, issued in 1977 by the Government of Pakistan.
Electricity bill of Javid Manzil, residence of Allama Iqbal, for the month of February, 1939.
Allama Iqbal with a group of students in England, 1932, including, Chaudhry Rehmat Ali who coined the name of Pakistan(seen on his right), Khawaja Abdul Rahim (on his left) and Malik Ghulam Muhammad (standing extreme right), who later became3rd Governor General of Pakistan.
First page of book of Allama Iqbal during student days.
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