History is a witness that in all the big revolutions which occured in the world, literature not only took part in them but also determined the correct direction of those revolutions. Iqbal is also one of those guardians of freedom, who deeply observed the political conditions of his era and like a visionary leader, brought the Muslims out of the darkness of oppression and gave them the right to breathe in a free atmosphere. Iqbal's poetic and prose writings reflect his political vision. An intellectual connection is found in Iqbal's poetry and prose. In the article under review, Iqbal's intellectual similarities have been highlighted in the context of the concept of nationalism and milliyyat. Iqbal's concept of nationalism and milliyyat is under the influence of Islamic concepts and ideas. This concept of nationalism and milliyyat united the human race on the basis of ideology of Tawheed, denying the limitations of language, color and race, according to lineage and geography and by eradicating the hated ,cruelity and differences, established justice,equality and brotherhood among the people.
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