A great man is one who serves humanity. Quaid-e-Azam is also one of them. Quaid –e-Azam is our great leader. He is the founder of Pakistan. He was born in Karachi on 25th December 1876. His real name was Muhammad Ali. His father’s name was Ponja Jinnah. He was a merchant. He passed his matriculation examination in the age of 16.Then he went to England for higher education. He passed Bar-at-law from London. He was a good lawyer. He started his practice in Karachi.
But he wanted to work for the freedom of his country. He joined the Indian National Congress and worked for Hindu-Muslim unity. But he left the congress soon and joined the Muslim League. He was a very hardworking and brave man. He worked day and night to get a separate homeland for the Muslims. After his long struggle Pakistan came into being on 14th August 1947. He be came the first Governor General of Pakistan. He was a man of principles and laws. He was a true Muslim and Pakistani. He was a man of deed and not of word. He died on 11th September 1948. His tomb is in Karachi. He lives in the hearts of the nation.
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5-Allam Iqbal- Our National Poet/Hero- My favourite Personality
A great man is one who serves humanity. Allama Iqbal is also one of them. He is our national poet. He is also our national hero. Iqbal is my favourite personality. He was born at Sialkot on 9th November 1877. His father’s name was Noor Muhammad. He was a noble and kind man. Allama Iqbal got his early education from Sialkot. He got the degree of M.A philosophy from Government College Lahore. Then he went to England for higher education. He worked as professor and lawyer but he did not like this jobs.
He was interested in poetry and national problems. He wanted to awake the Muslims from the deep dream. He expressed his feelings in his poems. He wrote many poems for children and youth. His poetry is full of messages. He gave the idea of Pakistan for Indian Muslims in his address at Allah Abad in 1930. He was a true Muslim and kind man. Bang-e-Dara, Bal-e-Jibreel, Zarb-e-kaleem are his famous urdu poetry books. Allama Iqbal could not see his dream come true and died on 21th April 1938. His tomb is near Badshahi Mosque Lahore. He lives in the hearts of the nation.