Mian Muhammad Bakhsh (1830-1907) was a sufi saint and a Punjabi poet; he belonged to the Qadiri tariqah. He was born in a village called Khari Sharif, situated near Mirpur in Kashmir. He was brought up in a very religious environment, and received his early education at home. He is especially renowned for his book of poetry called Saiful-Maluk or Safar-ul-Ishq . His poetry is essentially written in the Pothohari dialect of Punjabi, and utilizes a rich vocabulary of Persian and Arabic words.
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