Hindustani Sufi Poets
A distinguished Sufi poet associated with the Khanqah Rashidia, Jaunpur.
An extraordinary poet of Rampur.
A contemporary of Dagh Dehlavi. Famous for his ghazal 'Sarkati Jae Hai Rukh Se Naqab Ahista Ahista'.
Beloved disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya and clelebrated Sufi poet of Persian and Urdu. Also highly skilled in music, famous as Tuti-e-Hind.
Haji Waris Ali Shah's disciple and famous for his Sufi poetry
Celebrated Naat-poet famous for his Ghazal "Bekhud kiye dete hain andaz-e-hijaabana".
Elder son of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz who greatly fostered Sufism and had friendly ties with Sikh Gurus.
Popular poet of his time in India and Pakistan.
Prominent Persian poet of Bihar associated with the Khanqah Mujeebia, Phulwari Sharif.
Known for his couplet "Khud ka parda hai to khud Khud ko zara dekh to le".
A noted Sufi poet from Hyderabad.
One of the most prominent pre-modern poets who enjoyed stunning popularity and fan-following.
Prominent 15th century Sufi poet and saint, best known for his Dohas, considered the greatest poet of the Bhakti movement.
Poet famous for penning the Naat "Aapko Paataa nahin jab aap ko paataa hun"
Noted Sufi poet with a deep sense of Music.
A paragon of Khanqah Nasiria, Saharanpur
Great Urdu poet occupying a place of pride in world literature. Also one of the most quotable poets having shers for almost all situations of life.
Famous Indian poet and father of Jan Nisar Akhtar.
Revered Indian Sufi and the spiritual guide of Ameer Khusraw.
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