The Secrets of the Self: Asrar-i Khudi

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Muhammad Iqbal occupies a unique place in history,not only because of his poetry but due to his political contribution and universal appeal.He was deadly against slavery and termed it a death.Iqbal is of the view that when a peson recognises his hidden potentials he becomes capable of realizing the creator of universeand mystery of universe. Any one who recognises the existence of God, cannot tolerate rule of any other entity human or non human
His persian poetry is more penetrating and deep rooted if we compare with his urdu verse.Nicholson has devoted his ceaseless efforts to reach to the depth of the message of Iqbal.From persian he has translated iqbal s poetry into standard English.
Many other writers have tried to translate Iqbals verses but Nicholson is great
Muhammad Ayub Munir
Lahore- Pakistan

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Asrar-i-Khudi (Persian: اسرار خودی; or The Secrets of the Self; published in Persian, 1915) was the first philosophical poetry book of Allama Iqbal, ... wiki/ Asrar-i-Khudi

The Secrets of the Self: Introduction
The Secrets of the Self, by Muhammad Iqbal, tr. by Reynold A. Nicholson, [1920], full text etext at isl/ iq/ iq02.htm

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