Lecture on Quran, Iqbal
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Srinagar, Sept 10: The registrar of Kashmir University, Prof Syed Fayyaz today said the Iqbal’s message to Muslims was to take divine guidance from the Qur’an in order to tackle problems of life.
The registrar who was presiding over an extension lecture on “The Holy Quran-Fountainhead of Iqbal’s Initial Thinking Process” organized by the Iqbal Institute of Culture and Philosophy, stressed on the need to understand works of Iqbal in real perspective and the way he outlined the path to achieve success by taking guidance from the Holy Qur’an.
The Director Iqbal Institute, Prof. Bashir A Nehvi deliberated about how the Qur’an changed the lives of great people, while citing the example of Muhammad Asad, the commentator of the Holy Quran and author of the famous book ‘The Road to Mecca.’
A book “Sohbat As Soliheen: Fikr–e-Iqbal Ki Roshni Mein” by Faiz A Fayaz was also released on the occasion.
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