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(Bal-e-Jibril-174) Sheikh-e-Maktab

Sheikh-e-Maktab Se
 To The Headmaster

Sheikh-e-Maktab Hai Ek Amarat Gar
Jis Ki San’at Hai Rooh-e-Insani

The headmaster is an architect
Whose material is the human soul.

Nukta-e-Dilpazeer Tere Liye
Keh Gaya Hai Hakeem-e-Qa’ani

A good advice has been left for you
By the sage Qa‘ani:

“Paish-e-Khurshid Barmaksh Diwar
Khawahi Ar Sehan-e-Khana Noorani”

Do not raise a wall against the Sun
If you wish the courtyard illuminated.”

4 comments:

  1. Muhammad Iqbal is our national poet all the muslims like him these are the beautiful verses of Iqbal I request to you plz add some explanation I shall be thankful very nice attempt by you people

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  2. I am Ghulam Ali Akbar from kasur pakistan i request to you please try to add some explanation in urdu and english both so that people can understand the true meaning nice effort

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  3. I am Ghulam Ali Akbar please try to add some explanation in urdu an english both so that peaople can understand true meaning

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  4. please try to add some explanation in urdu an english both so that peaople can understand true meaning

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