Popularly known as the ‘Spiritual father of Pakistan’, Sir Muhammad Iqbal was a renowned poet, philosopher, barrister and politician from Lahore, British India. As a result of his prolific work in Urdu and Persian Literature, he was tagged as the ‘Poet of the East’. Iqbal is the one who coined the ‘Two Nation Theory’ which eventually led to the partition of India and Pakistan. He was a key member of the All-India Muslim Leauge, and his famous speech at the Allahabad session is widely considered as a breakthrough moment for formation of Pakistan. Along with Jinnah, he spearheaded the founding principles of Pakistan Movement. His notable works include Asrar-e-Khudi, Rumuz-e-Bekhudi, Payam-e-Mashriq, Zabur-e-Ajam and Javed Nama. He was also the author of popular Indian hymn ‘Saare Jahan se Achha’. Iqbal was knighted by King George V in 1922, which granted him the title of ‘Sir’. We have collected Iqbal’s most famous quotes from his speeches, articles, poems, books etc. Let us take you through these quotes from the Father of Pakistan.