ISLAMABAD - "Although Babur couldn't complete his education but he was considered a man of vision and literature." This was sated by Ambassador of Afghanistan Mohammad Anwar Anwarzai at the concluding session of international conference on 'Iqbal and Babur' held here at the PNCA on Thursday. The Embassy of Uzbekistan, in collaboration with Society of Asian Civilisations Pakistan (SAC) and Pakistan National Council of Arts, organised two days international conference, in which a number of Pakistani, Uzbek and Afghan scientists, scholars and ambassadors of friendly countries presented their research papers regarding personalities of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Zaheer-Ud-Din Babur. Addressing on the occasion, Ambassador of Afghanistan Mohammad Anwar Anwarzai Said, "Babur founded the Bagh-e-Babur between 1504 and 1525 as one of ten beautiful gardens in Kabul before he conquered India in 1526. Inspired by the Timurid tradition, he supervised a large number of pleasure gardens, but was posthumously buried according to his wish in Bagh-e-Babur. Thus, the garden became a place of reverence for his heirs'. Answering a question he said that with the decline of the Mughal Empire in Afghanistan in the late 17th century, the garden deteriorated. In 2004,the reconstruction of this great garden began and it was completed in the latter part of 2007, now it is in a very good condition." "Overall, as a soldier, scholar, poet and emperor, Babur still continues to excite the fascination of readers and scholars across the world", he said. Addressing on the occasion grandson of Allama Iqbal Mubin Iqbal highlighted general philosophy of Allama Iqbal and achievement of Mughal Empire Zaheer-Ud-Din Babur. "Allamah Iqbal did not write his poems for himself but for audience to teach them the experiences he had with the love of God", Director of International Press, Kabul, Muhammad Halim Tanveer said. "He creates a lot of his imagery, uses images in various senses and can be understood quite well without being tailored into standard explanations. The "magic" of his poetry arises from the poems themselves", he further added. Chairperson, Department of International Relations, National University of Modern Languages and Sciences, Dr Z.A Qureshi, founder member of SAC Razia Sultana, Vice President Navid Zafar and President of International Islamic University Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui also addressed on the occasion.