کلا مِ اقبا ل اور عشقِ مصطفےٰ ﷺ


  • Muhammad Rehan Khan Lecturer, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Karachi.
  • Safia Aftab Assistant Professor, Department of Urdu, University of Karachi.
  • Ubaid Ahmed Khan Chairman, Department of Usooluddin, University of Karachi.


Philosopher, Selfhood, Gist, Devotion, Socio-political, Prophet’s love of Iqbal


Dr. Muhammad Iqbal is an outstanding poet-philosopher, perhaps the most influential Muslim thinker of the 20th century. His poetry, both Urdu and Persian, is great. Iqbal's philosophy is known as the philosophy of selfhood (KHUDI). His philosophy determines the fact that the purpose of life is the development of inner-self. This goal of human being is definitely achieved by the true love of God, and sincere obedience of His Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). As the holy Quran declares loud and clear: "Say: if you do love Allah, follow me: Allah will love you and forgive you your sins."  This article is about the gist of Dr. Iqbal's poetry, which is the love and devotion of Allah's beloved Messenger Muhammad (PBUH). Just like Rumi, Dr. Iqbal had a similar pattern of love for the personality of the prophet. He made Him to be the role-model in bringing the socio-political change within the Muslim society of his time. He firmly believes:  If you are loyal to Muhammad, then We are yours The world is naught: The Pen of Destiny shall be yours



How to Cite

Khan, M. R., Aftab, S. ., & Khan, U. A. (2018). IQBAL’S POETRY AND THE LOVE OF MUSTAFA: کلا مِ اقبا ل اور عشقِ مصطفےٰ ﷺ. The International Research Journal of Usooluddin , 2(1), 1-10. Retrieved from

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