Beautiful Essay on Quaid e Azam (600words) with Quotations
My Hero in History
“Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives sublime
And departing leaves behind us footprints on the sands of them.”
History has seen such men who have extraordinary capabilities. Their character was pure and exemplary. They have discerning ideas, high moral values, and unique talent. The power of their thought and heart are more than usual. Their vigor, determination, enthusiasm, persistence, sensibility are more than usual. These are the men who change the history and more one in millions.
Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was one of those men whom history will remember as the most significant political leader of all time. It was 25th of December 1876 when Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born in Karachi in the house of Poonjah Jinnah. His father was a merchant.
After getting his primary education in Pakistan, his father wanted him to be a part of his business, But Jinnah has other ideas. He went to England for getting a higher education.
He studied Law for four years, and after returning to his country, he started practice as a barrister is Karachi and later in Bombay. Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a very diligent student and an intelligent lawyer. In his youth, his exceptional qualities made him one of the best barrister in Bombay.
Quaid e Azam was a hard working man. He wanted to do something for the people of India. At that time, Indian National Congress was working for the freedom of people of India from British Empire. So Quaid e Azam became a part of Congress. He started working for the privilege of his country.
Quality, not Quantity should be the measure of one’s character.
In 1906, the Muslim League was formed to protect the right of Muslims of the sub-continent. At that time Quaid e Azam was in favor of Hindu Muslim unity. They wanted that both the nation should work together for freedom.
But, soon the foresight of Muhammad Ali Jinnah realized that Congress is working for the right of Hindus, and they have no concern for Muslims. So Muhammad Ali Jinnah left Congress and joined Muslim league. It was the time when the fate of Muslims of sub-continent started to change.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a dynamic leader. He devoted himself wholly to the affairs of Muslim league. He presented his famous fourteen points in roundtable conference in London.
Quaid e Azam was a man of strong will-power. Even his opponents were impressed by his wisdom. He was also gifted by some of the terrific friends like Allama Muhammad Iqbal, Liaqat Ali Khan any many others. These people helped Quaid e Azam in his journey of the struggle for Pakistan.
On 23rd March 1940, Muslim league passed a resolution under the presidentship of Quaid e Azam. Muslims of India demanded a separate country in which Muslims can live according to the morals of Islam. The Hindus lampooned this resolution.
But it was the determination of Quaid and hard work of Muslims that on 14th of August 1947 Pakistan came into being. Quaid e Azam became the first Governor General of Pakistan.
Doctors advised him to take rest, but he continued working at same pace. He became more determined than he was before, but his health dropped, and this survivor of nation died on 11th September 1948.
Lakshmi Pandit, the sister of Jawaharlal Nehru, said:
“If there were one hundred Gandhi and two hundred Abdul Kalam Azad with the Muslim League but only one Muhammad Ali Jinnah with the Congress so that India would have never been divided.”
Pakistan will always remember the efforts of Quaid e Azam. May his soul rest in peace.