This research article is an attempt to study the concept of “Khudi” or “self” in Iqbal’s selected poetry. It encapsulates the notion of self-realization, self-awareness, and the development of an individual's unique identity and potential. For Iqbal, the process of Khudi involves transcending societal limitations, embracing individuality, and striving for self-actualization. It encourages individuals to overcome fear, doubt, and external influences that may hinder their personal growth. By embracing Khudi, individuals can tap into their inner strength, creativity, and intellectual capacities to realize their true potential and make a positive impact on the world.