Sultan Bahoo Blog

The sign of Bagdad’s separations are large lacerations Hoo

My body and my soul are like tailors tatters accumulations Hoo

Shroud of these tatters I will make and amongst paupers secure associations Hoo

Scraps from Bagdad I will beg and call Miran Miran in repetitions Hoo

Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan-ul-Faqr Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Bahoo Blog Article

A Brief Study of Hazrat Sultan Bahoo (R.A)’s Masterpiece Book ‘Ain ul Faqr’

Laeeq Ahmed | Research, Teachings, Contribution | July 28, 2018

Sultan- Ul - Arifeen , Hazrat Sultan Bahoo (R.A) was born in  Shorkot, in 1039 AH. His father, Hazrat Bazaid (R.A) was a...

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Hadhrat Sultan Bahoo’s (R.A) social views and their application in present ...

Tauqir Aamir | Social, Democracy, Research | April 29, 2018

Hadhrat Sultan Bahoo’s (R.A) social views and their application in present eraA voluntary association of individuals bas...

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Sultan-ul-Arifeen Sultan-ul-Faqr Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Bahoo Blog Article

A review of the movement for implementation of Deen in Sub-Continent, fact...

Rana Abdul Baqi | Research, Contribution | March 20, 2013

I am grateful to the great grand-sons of Hadart Sultan Bahoo for affording me an opportunity to present this short resea...

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Intellectual Meanings (Dimensions) of ‘Unity of Being Philosophy’ in Hadrat...

Dr. Abdul Aziz Sahir | Research, Contribution | March 20, 2013

Hadrat Sultan Bahoo (RA) was a man of enormous mysticism and certainty. His spiritual experience is aromatic. What is hi...

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Bridal Symbolism in Sultan Bahu’s Poetry

Dr. Tanvir Anjum | Research, Contribution | March 20, 2013

 One of the Punjabi siharfi or bayt of Sultan Bahu may be translated in English as such:Everybody recites the kalima (or...

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