Sultan Bahu or Bahoo was a Muslim Sufi and saint, who founded the Sarwari Qadiri sufi order.
Sultan Bahu was born in Anga, Soon Valley, Sakesar in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. Like many other sufi saints of the South Asia, Sultan Bahu was also a prolific writer, with more than forty books on Sufism attributed to him. Most of His books are in Persian language. However, as the majority of his books deal with specialised subjects related to Islam and Islamic mysticism, it is his Punjabi poetry that has generated popular appeal and made him a household name in the region. His poetic verses are sung in many genres of sufi music, including qawaalis and kaafis. Tradition has ... more »
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- The City of Baghdad
- My Master Taught Me a Lesson
- Jasmine of Allah's Name
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- Were My Whole Body Festooned With Eyes
- Within Me Are Five Great Mansions
- The Heart is Deeper Than The Ocean
- Kalam - 1
- Bayit 13
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