Add to Cart
About the author:
Khurram Ali Shafique is an historian and educationist, and the author of biographies, screenplays and numerous articles in English and Urdu languages. He is the founding director of the Marghdeen Learning Centre, which provides unique online courses on Iqbal's philosophy, and he is also a research consultant at the Iqbal Academy, Pakistan.
Shafique's publications include 2017: The Battle for Marghdeen (2012), The Republic of Rumi: A Novel of Reality (2007), Samandar Ki Awaz Suno (Urdu, 1993) and a comprehensive biography of Iqbal in Urdu in six volumes (three of which have been published so far). He wrote the TV movie Iqbal: An Approach to Pakistan (2009). His Iqbal: an Illustrated Biography (2006) won the Presidential Iqbal Award in 2011, and has since been translated into a number of languages.
At present he is working on a new biography on Cyrus the Great (title forthcoming).
Iqbal: His Life and Our Times
Khurram Ali Shafique
The mind of Goethe,
The heart of Rumi,
The message of the Quran.
This was the unparalleled legacy of the poet-philosopher credited with birthing a nation and a state, and at no other time has the world been more ready to embrace his ideas than it is right now.
The story of his mind, and what he taught, as told herein from a new and compelling angle, leads us on a trail of discovery towards a new way of life. You’re invited to approach this as a handbook for implementing his life-giving ideas.
Written by a foremost authority on the subject, this is a tribute to Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938) by ten sovereign states: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan are members of the Economic Cooperation Organization, whose Cultural Institute (ECI) has published this book jointly with Iqbal Academy Pakistan.
Join us now as Iqbal's legacy continues to unfold through the lives of us all.
- Publication Date:
- 0957141661 / 9780957141667
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Philosophers