Sultan Bahu

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Sultan Muhammad Bahu (17 January 16301 March 1691) was a Sufi mystic, poet, and scholar active during the Mughal empire. He died in 1691 in Jhang, Punjab.


  • Were my whole body festooned with eyes, I would gaze at my Master with untiring zeal
    O, how I wish that every pore of my body would turn into a million eyes— Then, as some closed to blink, others would open to see!
    But even then my thirst to see him Might remain unquenched. What else am I to do?
    To me, O Bahu, a glimpse of my Master Is worth millions of pilgrimages to the holy Kaaba
    • Abyat-e-Bahu

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