About Us

The vision behind International sraye-sufi is to propagate Allama IQBAL’s revolutionary vision and global philosophy to every nook and corner of the world, in words and through individuals who have the gift of self-awareness. Both these resources would play a pivotal part in reflecting the true core and philosophy of Iqbal’s message.

– Our Mission

sraye-sufi provides opportunities to individuals and masses for understanding Allama’s message in its real sense and show them ways to implement it in their lives through various media. In this way sraye-sufi aims to liberate the world from chains of despair and to embed values of unity, solidarity and self reliance in our society.

– Our Principles & Values

Positive Impact
Continuous Improvement
Faith & Commitment

– Our Membership Criteria

There is an open membership for sraye-sufi and people from all religions, castes, creeds, gender and place of residence, are welcome to join us for free, without any discrimination. Active members and non-member volunteers are fully supported and recognized for their contribution.

– Our Key Objectives

Main domains of focus at each layer of the organization constitute the following essentials:
To increase understanding of Iqbal’s message
To facilitate learning of Iqbaliat at a higher level
To assist PhD students of Iqbaliat in their research intellectually and financially
To endorse education generally and Iqbaliat specifically
To highlight importance of literature in education
To promote literacy programs, lectures, seminars, discussion groups, forums, debates, speech contests
To establish IIS schools, academies, colleges and universities for free education
To establish IIS free-of-cost educational institutions for special children
To devise a plan for an overall cost effective education system
To reinforce students at all levels with prizes and awards
To start publishing IIS monthly magazine/ newsletter
To establish and develop public libraries for research and academic activities and literary programs along with online libraries See Less