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us: Iqbal, Muhammad, Sir, 1877-1938



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    • us: Ik̇bāl, Muhammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: İkbal, Muhammed, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Ikbal, Mukhammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Ikbol, Mukhammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqabāla, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqabāla, Muhammada, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbal, Allama Muhammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbal, Allama, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbal, Mahomed, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbal, Mohammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbal, Mohammed, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqbol, Muḣammad, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Iqboli Loḣurī, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Loḣurī, Muḣammad Iqbol, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Yikeba'er, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: Lāhūrī, Muḥammad Iqbāl, 1877-1938
    • us: إقبال، محمد
    • us: ‏اقبال،&#٬٢٠٠ن؛ ‏Sir
    • us: اقبال، محمد، Sir
    • us: اقبال، محمد، أقا
    • us: اقبال، محمد، سر
    • us: اقبال، محمد، سيد
    • us: Iqbāl, Sir, 1877-1938
    • us: ‏اقبال،&#٬٢٠٠ن؛ Sir, 1877-1938
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    • found: His Secrets of the self, 1920.
    • found: His Hamārā Iqabāla, pratinidhi racanāeṃ, 1991 t.p. (Iqabāla)
    • found: His Doğudan esintiler, 1988: t.p. (Muhammed İkbal)
    • found: Mohammad Iqbal, poet and philosopher, 1960: t.p.
    • found: Sadoi mashriq, 1978: t.p. (Muḣammad Iqbol) colophon (Mukhammad Ikbol)
    • found: The reconstruction of religious thought in Islam, 1996: t.p. (Allama Muhammad Iqbal)
    • found: Ghitulescu, E., Universal values of Romania and Pakistan, 2002 t.p. (Allama Iqbal)
    • found: Iqbal-- poet-philosopher of Pakistan WWW site, Nov. 16, 2005 (Allama Iqbal; Muhammad Iqbal; Allama Muhammad Iqbal)
    • found: Musilin shi ren zhe xue jia Yikeba'er, 2006: t.p. (Yikeba'er [chi rom.])
    • found: Iqbāl Eshiyāʼī bedārī kā shāʻir, 2009: p. 54 (محمّد اقبال = Muۊhammad Iqbڶal)
    • found: Nālah-yi nīm shab, 2006: t.p. (Iqbāl = اقبال)
    • found: Muhammada Iqabāla kā Fārasī mahākāvya, Jāvedanāmā, 2008: t.p. (Muhammada Iqabāla)
    • found: Sadu i͡ak ghazal, 2008: t.p. (Iqboli Loḣurī) t.p. verso (Alloma Muḣammad Iqboli Loḣurī, 1877-1938)
    • found: Īrān az dīdgāh-i ʻAllāmah Muḥammad Iqbāl Lāhūrī, 1989.
    • found: Wikipedia via WWW viewed July 14, 2013: (Sir Muhammad Iqbal; Mọḥammad Iqbāl; b. Nov. 9, 1877 in Sialkot; d. Apr. 21, 1938 in Lahore; a philosopher, poet and politician and inspired the Pakistan Movement; selected as a jr. prof. of philosophy at Government College Lahore; In 1905, he traveled to England for his higher education. Iqbal qualified for a scholarship from Trinity College in Cambridge and obtained Bachelor of Arts in 1906; In 1907, Iqbal moved to Germany to study doctorate and earned PhD degree from the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich in 1908 {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_Iqbal}
    • found: Mahātmā Gāndhī, Urdū, Iqbāl aur dūsre maẓāmīn, 2013: t.p. (Iqbāl = اقبال)
  • LC Classification

    • PK2199.I65
    • PK6561.I5
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    • 1979-10-10: new
    • 2014-04-19: revised
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