During the Islamic Golden Age, Muslim scientists in Baghdad revolutionized various fields, including astronomy, medicine, mathematics, and architecture, leaving an enduring legacy of knowledge and innovation.
Muhammad Iqbal, a renowned poet and philosopher, played a crucial role in guiding Muslims towards the establishment of Pakistan. His poetry expressed the glory and decline of Islam while urging unity and reform. His philosophical ideas emphasized self-realization, obedience to Islamic principles, and the pursuit of social and political ideals. Iqbal’s influential legacy continues to inspire people worldwide, shaping literature, philosophy, and the birth of a nation.