Sultan Bahoo The Life and Teachings

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Sultan Bahoo: The Life and Teachings  (2014) 
by Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman, translated by Yasmin Khurshid Malik Sarwari Qadri, Ambreen Moghees Sarwari Qadri, Neyn Tara Sarwari Qadri

two part (book) based on biography and teachings of the pre-eminent Sufi saint, Muslim scholar and Sufi poet, Sultan Bahoo. Over 140 books are written by Hazrat Sultan Bahoo of which most are in Persian and in prose form as well as Persian odes and Punjabi Ibyat. This book is the English translation of the original Urdu text called Shams-ul-Fuqara written by Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman. So far, the book is available in two languages: Urdu and English. It is the only book based on Sultan Bahoo which entails a complete account of the saint’s life and teachings of Sufism also known as ‘Faqr’. It was published in 2014 by Sultan-ul-Faqr Publications Regd.


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