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Final years and death

The tomb of
Muhammad Iqbal
at the entrance of the
Badshahi Mosque in
In 1933, after returning
from a trip to Spain and
Afghanistan, Iqbal had
suffered from a
mysterious throat
illness.[23] He spent his
final years helping
Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan
to establish the Dar ul
Islam Trust Institute
at Jamalpur estate near
where studies in
classical Islam and
contemporary social
science were plan to be
subsidised, and Iqbal
also advocated the
demand for an
independent Muslim
Iqbal as a Barrister-at-
Iqbal ceased practising
law in 1934 and was
granted pension by the
Nawab of Bhopal. In his
final years he
frequently visited the
Dargah of famous Sufi
Hazrat Ali Hujwiri in
Lahore for spiritual
guidance. After
suffering for months
from his illness, Iqbal
died in Lahore on 21
April 1938.[5][10]His
tomb is located in
Hazuri Bagh, the
enclosed garden
between the entrance
of the Badshahi Mosque
and the Lahore Fort, and
official guards are
provided by the
Government of
Pakistan .

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