Iqbal and March, 1907 (Future Predictions)

A ghazal of Allama Iqbal is full of future predictions, this ghazal has 17 couplets, two of them are as below:

But the most Important thing is the name of Ghazal “March 1907
and now read what Allama Iqbal said about this ghazal in 18 Nov, 1931 during his lecture to Cambridge students (excerpt from Book: ZindaRood-Part 2, written by his son Javaid Iqbal)

Allama Iqbal said:

Exactly after 100 years, in March 2007, Chief Justice Movement started in Pakistan and also in 2007 Army started operations against enemies. [“Sher phir hoshyar ho ga”],

If history repeats itself then there may be a world war in 2014

1907…………………………………………1914
2007…………………………………………2014
 
Read more about this Ghazal at March, 1907 Poem Complete (Allama Iqbal Poetic Predictons)

GOD Knows Better….and….GOD is the Best of Planners
Rab ul Mashriqain Wa Rab ul Maghribain 
Zabardast Taqqat aur Hikmat Wala


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3 Responses to Iqbal and March, 1907 (Future Predictions)

  1. BP says:

    Could somebody please past the entire poem please? I'll be grateful.

  2. Admin says:

    Complete poem is postedsee it link belowhttp://spiritual-pakistan-future.blogspot.com/2011/03/march-1907-poem-complete-allama-iqbal.html

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