Babu Rajab Ali Khan (10 August 1894-6 May 1979) was born in a Muslim-Rajput family in Sahoke village of Firozpur district (now Moga) in British Punjab. His father was Mian Dhamaali Khan and mother Jiooni. He graduated with diploma in civil engineering, commonly known as Overseeri. He worked as an overseer in Irrigation department. He left his job in 1940. In 1947, he went to Pakistan and settled in Okara district of West Punjab. He was a noted Kavishar of Punjab, known as the King of Kavishari. He wrote about one dozen Qissas and poems on the Hindu mythology, Muslim heroes and historic figures and Sikh history and heroes. His poetry reveals his love for Punjab, Punjabi and its culture.