Translated by: Kwaja Tariq Mahmood
Book Condition: New
Description from the publisher: Mirza Asad Ullah Ghalib (1792-1969)spent most of his life in Delhi. He is considered to be the most popular poet in Urdu. His poetry has been used in many Urdu and Hindi films and he is widely known in the sub-continent.
Sir Mohammad Iqbal also known as Allama Iqbal, is a great name in Urdu and Persian literature. He wrote his poetry in Urdu and Farsi (1873-1938), and that bridged and encompassed the past many centuries of man’s endeavours in the realms of thought and intuition. He emblazoned the high standards set by Mirza Asadullah Khan ‘Ghalib’, and glorified the literature in his own way.