• Allama muhammad Iqbal
     was born on 9 November 1877 in an ethnic Kashmiri family in Sialkot inside the Punjab Province of British India (now in Pakistan). Both Allama Iqbal's mother and father were extremely devout and religious-disapproved of individuals and dedicated to a straightforward life.Sir Iqbal was without a doubt one of the best artists, savants and soothsayers of mankind all things considered. He took a noticeable part in the governmental issues of the nation and in the scholarly and social recreation of the Islamic world. Iqbal picked higher investigations in the West and ventured out to England to ponder on a grant from Trinity College, Cambridge, and gotten his Bachelors of Arts degree from the equivalent in 1906.In 1907, he went to Germany to seek after doctorate and earned PhD degree from the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich. Albeit looked by numerous challenges, Iqbal pursued this arrangement. He shown some senior classes at Government College and furthermore specialized in legal matters at Lahore High Court. In the meantime, he composed numerous acclaimed sonnets, for example, Asrar I Khudi, Ramuz I Bekhudi, Payam I Mashriq, Zabur I Ajam, Bang I Dara, Bal I Jibrail, Zarb I Kalim and so on. As a result of his learning and information, individuals before long started to call him 'Allama' Iqbal and in 1922, King George V of Britain, made him a knight, giving him the title of Allama 'Sir' Muhammad Iqbal. He was granted 5 grants. Iqbal was chosen leader of the Muslim League in 1930 at its session in Allahabad, in the United Provinces and for the session in Lahore in 1932. The Second Round Table Conference opened on 7 September 1931 in London and kept going until 1 December 1931. Gandhi was there as the delegate of Congress. Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar kicked the bucket before the Second Round Table Conference. In his place, Allama Muhammad Iqbal came as the Muslims’ representative.Iqbal was not only a prolific writer but was also a known Advocate. He used to appear before the Lahore High Court in both civil and criminal matters. There are more than 100 reported judgments to his name.Allama Muhammad Iqbal expired in Lahore on 21 April 1938. His tomb is situated in Hazuri Bagh, the encased garden between the passage of the Badshahi Mosque and the Lahore Fort, and authority gatekeepers are given by the Regime of Pakistan.