Tags: Blind race, Blind secularism, Sudheerndra Kulkarni, Mohammed Iqbal, Sare Jashan se achcha, Jinnah
After Jinnah controversy Sudheerndra Kulkarni now on tweeter to tweet: AllamaIqbal‘s 75th death anniversary today…..
Standing before Jinnah’s tomb, Advani Ji spoke the speech of his speechwriter Sudheerndra Kulkarni and described the founder of Pakistan as “secular” and an “ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity”.
Sudheerndra Kulkarni, a former comrade was infiltrated as speechwriter in Vajpayee’s PMO and thereafter in the office of Advani. He prepared the most controversial speech “Secular Jinnah” for Advani at the time of his Pakistan journey.
Jinnah himself was from a family who were converted Hindus. Jinnah’s wife’s family (Ruttie) was strong Indian nationalists. Jinnah married Ruttie when she was 16 years old and his best friend (Ruttie’s father) felt betrayed and never forgave him.
Iqbal was born in the Punjab on February 22, 1873. His ancestors, who were Kashmiri Pt Brahmins, had embraced Islam. Some of Iqbal’s cousins (name Sapru) were not converted and stayed back in India.
Saare Jahan Se Achchha (Urdu:???? ???? ?? ????),(Hindi(Devanagari): ????????????) is one of the enduring patriotic poems of the Urdulanguage. Written originally for children in the ghazal style of Urdu poetry by an Indian poet before Independence Muhammad Iqbal, the poem was published in the weekly journal Ittehad on 16 August 1904
A Q Khan was in Bhopal up to 1952. He became enemy of India to migrate Pak and became Nuke villain. When Mohammed Iqbal was in Hindustan he sango “sare jahan se accha hindustan hamara,” When Iqbal went to Pakistan after the Partition then he became fundamentalist. Allama Iqbal himself superseded the famous “Saare Jahan Se Achha” when he wrote “Tarana-e Milli” which says “Muslim hain ham watan hai saara jahan hamara, Chin-o Arab hamara, Hindustan hamara, Teghon ke saye mein ham pal kar jawan hue hain, Khanjar halal ka hai qaumi nishaan hamara”.
Iqbal’s world view had now changed; it had become both global of singing of India, “our homeland,” the new song proclaimed that “our homeland is the whole world.” Two decades later, in his presidential address to the Muslim League annual conference in Allahabad in 1930, he was to propose a separate nation-state in the Muslim majority areas of the sub-continent, an idea that inspired the creation of Pakistan. Due to this he later became known as Muffakir-e-Pakistan (“The Thinker of Pakistan”). He is officially recognized as the national poet of Pakistan
Does Kulkarni want to call Muffakir-e-Pakistan as a national poet of India?