Book talk on Iqbal, Islam held


Punjab University’s Library Book Club arranged a special programme in reverence to Ramazan-ul-Mubarik, death anniversary of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and World Book and Copyright Day.

In this regard, a book talk on Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Islam was held along with the distribution of Book Lover Awards to highly engaged readers of PU Library. Prof Dr Moeen-ud-Din Nizami, Dean of Oriental Learning, was the chief guest.

He presented a talk on “Kuliyat-a-Iqbal”. Dr Muhammad Jawwad from Department of Philosophy talked about Allama Iqbal’s “The reconstruction of religious thoughts in Islam”. He explained the prime notches of the book and well-argued the philosophical thought of Allama Iqbal on Islam.

After the talk, Book Lover Awards were distributed among 10 highly engaged readers of the library.

This year four faculty members and six students were awarded and they belong to diverse academic disciplines.

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