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He belonged to Qadiri Sufi order , and founded the mystic tradition known as Sarwari Qadiri. Little is known about Bahu's life, other than what is written in a hagiography called Manaqib-i Sultani , which was written by one of Bahu's descendants seven generations after Bahu's own time. More than forty books on Sufism are attributed to him mostly written in Persian , largely dealing with specialised aspects of Islam and Islamic mysticism.
He lived during the reigns of Mughal emperors Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb in the 17th century. However, it was his Punjabi poetry which had popular appeal and earned him lasting fame. Sultan Bahu's first teacher was his mother, Mai Rasti. She pushed him to seek spiritual guidance from Shah Habib Gilani. Around , Sultan Bahu moved to Delhi for further training under the guidance of Syed Abdul Rehman Jilani Dehlvi , a notable Sufi saint of the Qadiriyya order, and thereafter returned to Punjab where he spent the rest of his life.
The exact number of books written by Sultan Bahu is not known, but it is assumed to be at least one hundred. Forty of them are on Sufism and Islamic mysticism. Most of his writings are in the Persian Language except Abyat-e-Bahoo which is written in Punjabi verse.
However, most Sufis maintain that Abdul Qadir Jilani plays a special role in the mystic world and that all orders and saints are forever indebted to him in some way either directly or indirectly. The Awan tribe of Pakistan claim he belonged to the Alvi Awan tribe. Bahu's Sarwari Qadiri tradition or Sufi order is similar in its overall philosophy to the Qadiri order.
According to tradition, the lineage reaches Sultan Bahu as follows: . People come from far-off places to join the celebrations. Sultan Bahu also used to hold an annual Urs to commemorate the martyrs of Karbala from the 1st to the 10th day of the month of Muharram. This tradition continues to this day and every year, thousands of pilgrims visit the shrine during the first 10 days of Muharram.
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Retrieved 18 May University of California Press. Padam, Piara [1st. Dohrhe Sultan Bahu. Sufism: Heart of Islam. HarperCollins Publishers. Muslim saints in South Asian Islam. Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Ali Hujwiri. This table only includes figures venerated traditionally by the majority of Muslims in the Subcontinent, whence persons honored exclusively by particular modern movements are not included.
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