Author: Gurbachan Singh TalibPublisher: Punjabi UniversityYear: 1984Language: EnglishPages: 157ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
Guru' Nanak's rich poetry of mystical experience in the idiom of love and the studies of Iqbal as an indefatigable crusader against Western imperialism.In keeping with the requirements of the rules governing the Annual Tagore Lectures at Panjab University, Chandigarh, these must be delivered in two series, the choice of the theme or themes being left to the person planning them. The lectures included in this monograph are divided into two series, viz. Studies in some aspects of Sikh Mysticism and Studies in the Persian Poetry of India. These lectures were delivered at the Panjab University under the aegis of the School of Punjabi Studies.
CHAPTERForewordPrefatoryContentsResolution of the conflict in Rana Surat SinghMysticism of love in Guru Nanak DevGuru Nanak’s dialogue with the yogisThe structure and significance of Iqbal’s Javid-NamehLyricism and the prophetic vision in Iqbal's poetryTwo non-Muslim Indian poets of Persian