"IMAN, ITTIHAD, NAZM" (
* 1 Origin * 2 Popular connotations * 3 See also * 4 External links * 5 References
The origin of the motto is derived from the country's founding father Muhammad Ali Jinnah . Jinnah related it to his personal example of life, and instilled a message to the youth of his time, as well as for Pakistan's future generations.
Four months after the emergence of
"We are going through fire: the sunshine has yet to come. But I have no doubt that with Unity, Faith and Discipline we will compare with any nation of the world. Are you prepared to undergo the fire? You must make up your minds now. We must sink individualism and petty jealousies and make up our minds to serve the people with honesty and faithfulness. We are passing through a period of fear, danger, and menace. We must have faith, unity and discipline." Roman Urdu Transliteration
Īmān, Ittiḥād, Naẓm In
ایمان، اتحاد، نظم In English
Faith, Unity and Discipline.
Describing Faith, Unity and Discipline Jinnah delivered many addresses, on 23 March 1945 he said:
On September 11, 1948 Jinnah gave his last message:
"The foundations of your state have been laid and it is now for you
to build and build as quickly and as well as you can.
Popular connotations also include: in English
* Unity, Faith, Discipline * Unity, Faith and Discipline
* Iman, Ittehad, Nazm * Iman, Ittehad, Tanzeem * Iman, Ittehad, Munazam * Ittehad, Yaqeen, Tanzeem
* National symbols of
* Official website * Iman