محمد علی جوہر کی شاعری میں اسلامی عناصر
Islamic elements in the poetry of Muhammad Ali Johar
Keywords:Civilization, Islamic culture, British rule, Islamic poetry, Freedom fighter, Prisoner.
Muhammad Ali Johar was born in 1878 in Rampur, India. He opened his eyes to Islamic civilization and culture where he spent his childhood under the Islamic way of life, later benefiting from Aligarh and Oxford. He was a fearless journalist, political activist, a brave general of the Nation of Islam as well as a poet with high taste. He has fully reflected his era in poetry. Where they seem to invite the nation of Islam to the path of action thanks to their message.Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar was a great freedom fighter who gave his life for India's freedom, particularly for Indian Muslims. During his struggle, he was imprisoned for years, but he never gave up hope and wrote editorials for his newspaper criticising the British government in occupied India.He also wrote poetry about Prophet Muhammad(S.A.W), expressing his admiration for him (S.A.W). He wrote some praises to Him in his poetry (S.A.W.). The poetry, he wrote, are of great poetic sensibility and impression because they bear valuable devotional sentiments, despite their small quantity. The devotional and islamic poetry of Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar is defined in this article.
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