Sultan Bahoo was a famous Muslim Sufi saint and spiritual master who lived in the eighteenth century in what is now Pakistan. He is considered to be one of the most important figures in the Sufi tradition and his teachings have influenced many other Sufi masters. Sultan Bahoo was a direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammad and he was also a very learned man, who wrote many books on Islamic mysticism and Sufism.
Sultan Bahoo believed that the true path to God lies in self-annihilation or fanaa. He taught that it is only through complete surrender to God that one can achieve true union with the Divine. He also stressed the importance of love, compassion and service to humanity as essential components of the spiritual path.
Sultan Bahoo’s teachings continue to be highly respected by Muslims all over the world and his tomb in Pakistan is visited by thousands of people every year. His teachings are also studied by many non-Muslims who are interested in Sufism and Islamic mysticism.