Role of Mohammad Iqbal in Two Nation Theory of Muhammad Ali Jinnah & 1947 Partition | Allama Iqbal

Last updated on Dec 20, 2018

Posted on Dec 20, 2018

Muhammad Iqbal also known as Allama Iqbal, was a poet & politician having inspired the Pakistan Movement. As explained by Sanjay Dixit Ji in this talk, Allama had a role in the Two Nation Theory of Muhammad Ali Jinnah which lead to the 1947 partition of India – Pakistan. lding a strong, personal correspondence with Jinnah, Iqbal was an influential force in convincing Jinnah to end his self-imposed exile in London, return to India and take charge of the Muslim League.

IAS officer of the Rajasthan cadre, Sanjay Dixit, talks about the Quest to establish The Land Of Pure, Pakistan was started after the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb with the rise of the Maratha Empire, he also talks about the fundamental differences of the founding principles of Pakistan and India

These principles, he argues, are based on the ideas of Jihad and and formation of a a global all-Muslim idea of Islam versus the all inclusive idea of Divinity present in all creation based on Hinduism.

Sanjay Dixit argues that a Hindu India would actually be a Dharmic, liberal and all inclusive state and therefore is a good idea.

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