/Khurram Shafique

About Khurram Shafique

Khurram Ali Shafique is the author of several books on Iqbal, including “Iqbal: an Illustrated Biography”, for which he received Presidential Iqbal Award, and the recently published “Iqbal: His Life and Our Times”. He has vast experience as an educationist. He is the founder of Marghdeen Learning Centre, the pioneer of online courses in Iqbal Studies, conducted since May 2011.

A sick book and a healthy one

August 19th, 2017|

by Ruth Hale, published in The Bookman, September 1923. Includes an unfavourable review of The Soul of Woman by Dr. Gina Lombroso.

Read it online at UNZ

This is a reference cited in  Iqbal: Daur-i-Urooj, the fourth part of the comprehensive biography of Iqbal by Khurram Ali Shafique in Urdu.

The fragments of Goethe’s drama of Mahommed

August 19th, 2017|

by Adolphi Martin Benson. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in German in the Graduate School of the University of Illinois, 1919.

Go the page at Internet Archive for downloading


Lala Lajpat Rai: Writings and Speeches

August 19th, 2017|

edited by Vijaya Chandra Joshi. Published in two volumes by University Publishers, Delhi, 1966.

Go to the pages at Internet Archive for downloading:

Volume One

Volume Two

This is a reference cited in  Iqbal: Daur-i-Urooj, the fourth part of the comprehensive biography of Iqbal in Urdu by Khurram Ali Shafique.

Mother India

August 19th, 2017|

by Katherine Mayo. Published in May 1927; and by Jonathan Cape, London, in July 1927. Both editions were reprinted several times every year for some time.

Go to the page at Internet Archive for downloading the 33rd reprint of the US edition, published March 1931.

This is one of the references cited in  Iqbal: Daur-i-Urooj, the fourth […]

The London Gazzette announcing the knighthood of Iqbal

August 19th, 2017|

Supplement  to the London Gazzette, January 1, 1923 (actually published on December 29, 1922).  The name of Iqbal can seen on p.2., as a recipient of knighthood, and is written as ‘Dr. Sheikh Muhammad Ikbal, Barrister, Lahore, Punjab’.

Download the supplement in PDF from the official website, or go to p.2 (you can also navigate to […]

The Objectives Resolution debates

August 19th, 2017|

The Objectives Resolution was presented in the first constituent assembly of Pakistan on 7 March 1949, and adopted on 12 March. These five days constituted the fifth session of the assembly, the proceedings of which are presented in The Constituent Assembly of Pakistan Debates, Official Report, Volume V, 1949 (7th to 12th March 1949). It was published […]