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ALLAMA Iqbal’s Higher Stature

146th Birth Anniversary of the Poet of the East on November 9 Very few left as profound an impact on the hearts and minds of people as Allama Iqbal did. He wasn’t just a poet but a philosopher, a visionary, a reformer... Power of Poetry Iqbal’s poetry transcends the bounds of mere verses; it serves as a transformative force that empowers young individuals to dream big, aspire to greatness, and work tirelessly towards their goals. His work imparts invaluable lessons that continue to inspire the young and shape them as leaders. ‘Khudi’ or Self-discovery At the heart of Iqbal’s philosophy is his concept of “khudi”. It galvanizes the youth to elevate themselves to such heights that even God would ask what they desire to become. He urges them to explore their inner potentials and uncover their unique abilities. Self-discovery is foundational to leade... Read More
Zunaira Qaisar Qureshi
Editorial

Iqbal wasn’t Ordinary!

Hi Friends! On this 146th birth anniversary of Allama Dr Muhammad Iqbal, “the Poet of the East” and “the Messiah of the Ummah”, Hilal for Kids in this edition has carried a few articles that eulogize his achievements and contribution to particularly instilling leadership qual Read More
Farooq uz Zaman
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Iqbal’s “Shaheen” The Future Leader of Pakistan

How Allama Iqbal wanted to instil leadership qualities in our youth? نہیں تیرا نشیمن قصر سلطانی کے گنبد پر تو شاہیں ہے بسیرا کر پہاڑوں کی چٹانوں میں Thy abode is not on the dome of a royal palace; You are an eagle and should live on the... Read More
Tanzeela Ahmed
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Chaudhry Rahmat Ali the Creator of Word “Pakistan”

Chaudhry Rahmat Ali has the credit of creating word “Pakistan”. This makes his name famous in history. The detail of this coining is very interesting. In fact, Chaudhry Rahmat Ali had coined word “Pakstan” without alphabet “i” in between. It is reported that he pr... Read More
Aslam Mumtaz
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Iqbal’s Precious Gift to Children

Happy International Children’s Day - 20th November How wonderful is it to commemorate International Children’s Day, on 20th of November, by remembering and honoring the Poet of the East Allama Dr. Muhammad Iqbal, whose birthday is celebrated on 9th of November every year! Decades ago, h... Read More
Sanober Gul

Healthy Eating Habits

Do you want to live a longer life? For that you need to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Do you want to know how can you have one? You first need to have a balanced diet. Proteins come from meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy food. Bread, beans, milk, potatoes, soft drinks, corns and much more are example... Read More
Anoosh Mubashar and Fatima Syed

Eagle Symbol of Freedom

Iqbal’s concept was the most significant metaphor that embodies strength and freedom as well as the relentless pursuit of lofty ideals. To him “Shaheen” is not just a bird, rather it symbolizes youth who possess exceptional qualities and characteristics. It is symbol of strength, v... Read More
Shazia Sattar Nayab

Useful Tips for Beginners How to Write a Story

We all have a story to tell. It can be funny anecdote from our life or an epic tale of heroism or an adventurous expedition. By storytelling or writing, we actually share interesti... Read More
Syeda Hijab Gillani

Queen’s Magic

Long ago, there lived a lion-hearted queen. Queen Mia, had long and luscious blond hair, pink cheeks and a warm smile on her face along with a golden gem-like crown. She ruled a jo... Read More
Maroosha Taimoor Agha

The Silk Cushion Inn

In heaven, on a cloud, was the Silk Cushion Inn. So beautiful was it that no words were sufficient to describe it. The Silk Cushion Inn had the softest tender structure ever seen. ... Read More
Zeenat Iqbal Hakimjee

(DIS)information Age(DIS)information Age

As a student I have observed that digital and social media are manipulating the news regarding Israeli and Indian atrocities in Palestine and Indian Occupied Kashmir. Media is very... Read More
Muhammad Faizan Hashmi

Rainbow Valley

Once upon a time in a colorful world, known as Rainbow Valley, there lived a young girl named Zeenia who was widely respected for her love for greenery and for magically growing be... Read More
Rabia Alam

NetSmartz, Common Sense Media… Online Security Monitors!

Online security is significantly important for us all to ensure all kind of digital safety of cybersecurity. There are several resources available to use in order to maintain our o... Read More
Kaywan Tahir

The ZWM Approach

The concept of Zero Waste Management (ZWM) is a ray of hope amidst the environmental concerns, climate changes and resources depletion. This ZWM approach redefines waste as a valua... Read More
Aliza and Urooj

Forest Friendship

In the heart of mystical forest, where old trees whispered secrets to the wind, resided a curious squirrel named Squeaky. Squeaky was unlike any other squirrel in the forest, for h... Read More
Mehwish Ashraf

Mistaking Twice

Once upon a time, there lived in a castle a girl named Alya. She was a princess. She lived with her mother and father. She was lonely because she had no one to play with, no siblin... Read More
Rubab Batool

Curious Cat & Friendly Hen

In a little farm there lived a curious cat and a friendly hen. Cat was sleek and elegant with shiny black fur and bright green eyes. She loved to explore the world around her, poun... Read More
Syeda Aruj Fatima

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