IQBAL ACADEMY PAKISTAN

For centuries Eastern heart and intellect have been absorbed in the question – Does God exist? I propose to raise a new question – new, that is to say, for the East – Does man exist?

(Stray Reflections)

 


Iqbal Academy Library

Iqbal Academy Library is one of the oldest and the richest libraries in the world that have specialised in Iqbal Studies. Its collection of books on Iqbal studies and allied subjects cover the major International languages as also the regional languages of Pakistan. The back files of important and rare Periodicals augment book holdings. It not only provides academic logistics support to the research projects of the Academy but also extends research and reference facilities to a large number of students, teachers and Iqbal scholars every year.
Iqbal Academy Library has the unique honour of developing the first True Multilingual Library Database in 1989. Last year it developed the largest and most sophisticated Website on Iqbal to facilitate students and readers the world over through Internet.

Since research and scholarly pursuits are pivotal to the activities undertaken at the Iqbal Academy Pakistan, library services represent a core component of the organization. The Iqbal Academy Library is one of the oldest and the richest libraries in the world that specializes in Iqbal Studies. Its rich collection of books on Iqbal studies and allied subjects cover major International languages as also the regional languages of Pakistan. The library archives, support important and rare documents and periodicals, augmenting scholarly and research focused pursuits. It not only provides academic logistics support to the research projects of the Academy but also extends research and reference facilities to a large number of students, teachers and Iqbal scholars every year.

 
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