Friday, March 28, 2014

Peer o Mureed - Rumi and Iqbal


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Peer o Mureed is a dialogue between Maulana Rumi and Allama Iqbal in which Allama Iqbal seek spiritual guidance from Maulana Rumi on various subjects. Reference: (Bal-e-Jibril-146) Peer-o-Mureed.


When Allama Iqbal was sad and heartbroken over the destruction of Khilafat e Usmaniya and the balkanization of the Muslim world, he received a spiritual message from Maulana Rumi. The message has been mentioned in Iqbal's poetry and Iqbal has always called Maulana Rumi as "Peer e Rumi" and called himself as his "Mureed e Hindi".! Rumi message to Iqbal was "when new buildings have to be constructed, even the foundations of the old building are dug out so that new solid and long lasting foundations are built for the new structure that has to be constructed".

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