Saleh Muhammad Safoori
The mausoleum of Saleh Muhammad Safoori
Mughal Empire / Durrani Empire
|Residence||Ravi belt, in Durrani Empire|
|Influenced by||Prophets in Islam, Abdul Qadir Gilani|
|Influenced||Thousands of local people|
|Denomination||Hanafi and Qadiri|
Saleh Muhammad Safoori (Urdu:صالح محمد صفوری) was a sufi poet of southern Punjab, the writer of a poetic collection in Punjabi which is now known to people as Kulliyat-e-saleh Muhammad safoori. In the collection he has described the famous mythical story of southern Punjab, Sasi puno (Urdu:سسی پنو) in poetic form. Saleh Muhammad safoori was the son of Hazrat Mai Safoora Qadiriyya, local saint of the area.
See also 
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- کلیات صالح محمد صفوری. Ideal School Building, Abdul Hakeem Shehr, district Khanewal.: Maktaba-i-Safooria.
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