The following are famous poetic works of Iqbal: Israr Khudi (1915), Ramuz-e-Bekhudi (1918) Paigham-e-Mashriq (1923), Javed Nama (1932) and Musafir (1934) are his great works in Persian. Bange-e-Dira (1924) Bal-e-Jibrael (1935) and Zarb-e-Kaleem (1936) are famous collections in Urdu. The famous Prose collection of Iqbal’s lectures is ‘The Reconstruction Of Religious Thoughts In Islam’.
Iqbal was a great mystic, a sufi. The poet of Khudi (I-am-ness) lived a very simple and contented life. His talks were full of wisdom and humor. He generally shunned poet’s gatherings (Mushairas). He was indifferent to wealth and fame. Iqbal had good command on ‘English, German and Arabic Languages’.