Inter Part 1 English Book III (Rubaiyat) Exercises

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    • ##fa fa-bookmark##  Poem 12: Rubaiyat
      • This chapter is from the 11th class English book 3 and it has been written by Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal . we have presented the important questions and main idea of this chapter for the intermediate (first year) fsc fa ics i.com first year students.
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    • ##fa fa-info-circle##  Summary
      • The poem Rubaiyat mainly addresses Muslims. The poet believes that man in the modern age lacks faith and conviction. People are selfish and worldly-wise. They do not have belief in religious, cultural and social values. Thus they are completely lost. Only faith can elevate their personality. Without faith people become slaves of temptations and worldly gains. The poet believes that we need faith of Abraham (may peace be upon him). He was thrown in fire but he was saved by his faith. He also believes that the Muslims harmony depends upon the true faith in. Islam. Ethnic and linguistic factors divide them, but religion unites them. They should not look towards faithless Europe for attaining dignity and honour. Ironically, however, Muslims are also unable to lead the world. Their soul is without real feelings. They are disorganised and disillusioned. Thus they cannot provide comfort to others.

Who was Abraham (A.S.)?

Abraham (peace be upon him) is one of the few prophets mentioned in the Holy Quraan. He preached the message of Allah among the Arabs. He urged people not to worship idols. They should worship Allah. The idol worhshippers threw him into fire. By the Grace of Allah, fire turned into garden.

What is worse than slavery?

The poet believes that men without faith lose control of their ownselves.They are worse than slaves.

Can western civilization compete with islamic civilization?

Western civilisation is spiritually weak. This civilisation cannot compete with the sublime civilisation of Islam.

What has made the efforts of Muslims fruitless?

The Muslims have departed from the true spirit of Islam which is within ones soul.They no longer love one another. This has made their efforts - fruitless.

What is the moral lesson of the poem?

The moral lesson of the poem is that modern civilisatrion must revive faith. Muslims should be loving and generous like their ancestors.

What is the present state of the Muslims as described in the last stanza of the poem?

The poet regrets that present day Muslims lack heroism of their ancestors. Muslims in the present age are no more true men of faith. Gradually they are becoming Worldly wise. They fight among themselves on petty matters. They are no more disciplined. They look dejected as they have lost hope in life. Their prayers lack sincerity and devotion. They are men without feelings.

What is the significance of faith?

Faith is an eternal bliss. It is born out of the love of God. Men of faith are gifted with self esteem and honour.

Why is faith so vital for the modern age? 

In the present era people have become slaves of their own desires. Only faith can liberate them from this slavery.

What is the scope of Islamic civilisation?

The poet is of the view that slamic civilisation is universal. Its basic beliefs and fundamental values can be conveniently applied in different geographical and cultural contexts.

What is the state of affairs of the western people?

The western civilisation is a body without soul. It has its own glamour, but spiritually it is weak. It has failed to bring harmony between matter and Soul.


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