Q. 1. Where was Allama Iqbal born?
Ans: Allama Iqbal was born in Sialkot, on 9th November, 1877.
Q. 2. Why did Iqbal want a separate state for the Muslims of India?
Ans: Iqbal wanted a separate state for the Muslims of India because the Muslims of India were a separate nation.
Q. 3. When did the Muslims demand Pakistan?
Ans: The Muslims demanded Pakistan in Lahore on 23 March, 1940.
Q. 4. What did Allama Iqbal say in Allahabad meeting?
Ans: In Allahabad meeting he said that India was a continent of human groups belonging to different religions and races and they could not be governed by a common race feeling. The Muslim demanded to create a Muslim India with in India.
Q. 5. What was Quaid’s message on the death of Allama Iqbal? or How did Quaid-e-Azam praise Iqbal’s role in the message on his death?
Ans: Allam Iqbal died in 1938. On his death, the Quaid-e-Azam sent a message in which he called him a guide, friend and philosopher. He praised Iqbal for standing like a rock during the difficulties and troubles, which the Muslim league had to face which fighting the rights of the Indian Muslims.
Q. 6. What was the results of Allama Iqbal efforts?
Ans: The result of Allama Iqbal efforts was that he woke the Muslims from their sleep and make them realize that the solution to all their problems was the creation of a separate Muslim state in India.
Q. 7. Write in three to four sentences about the political life of Allama Iqbal from 1926-1930?
Ans: Allama Iqbal was elected a member of Punjab legislative council in 1926 and held this office till 1929. He was then selected as the President of the Punjab branch of the All India Muslim League. and held that important office till his death in 1938.
Q. 8. Use the following words in your own sentences:
Generally, abroad, struggle, movement, majority
Generally: He was generally known as a scientist.
Abroad: He went abroad to get education.
Struggle: He struggles for his future.
Movement: Lawyers movement became successful.
Majority: Majority is authority.
Q. 9. Short Note:/Paragraph
Allam Mohammad Iqbal was born in Sialkot on 9th November, 1877. He received his early education in his home town. He passed his M.A. in 1899 from the University of Punjab. He received law degree from England and in 1908 he was awarded a degree of Ph.D. by Munich University. He was not only a great poet but he was also a great philosopher. He took an active part in politics he worked for the Muslims of South Asia with great courage. He was elected president of the Punjab branch of the All-India Muslim League. In 1930, in Allahabad meeting he gave the idea of Pakistan. For the fulfilment of his idea he wrote to Quaid-e-Azam and made him realise to come to lead the Muslims of India. Allama Iqbal died in 1938, and he could not see the actual creation of Pakistan, but he has played a major roll in its creation. Pakistan came into being on 14th August, 1947 and thus his dream became true.
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