Kulliyat is one of the principal collection forms of Urdu poetry. Taken literally, the term signifies a complete collection of one author's poems, but in practice it is also applied to any collection of poems of one type by an author.
Kulliyat or complete works of a few poets are as follows:
- Kulliyat of Saadi, a Persian poet
- Kulliyat of Zakani, a Tajik-Persian writer
- Kulliyat of Hafez, a Tajik-Persian poet
- Kulliyat of Mir, an Indian Urdu poet
- Kulliyat of Anis, an Indian Urdu poet 
- Kulliyat of Sauda, an Indian Urdu poet
- Kulliyat of Dagh, an Indian poet
- Akbar Allahabadi, a Muslim Urdu poet from Allahabad published three kulliyats.
- Kulliyat of Iqbal, an Muslim Urdu poet & philosopher containing four collections, Bang-i-Dara; Bal-i-Jibreel; Armaghan-i-Hijaz, and Zarb-i-Kaleem
- Kulliyat of Hasrat, an Indian Urdu poet
- Kulliyat of Saleh Muhammad Safoori, a Punjabi poet .
- Kulliyat of Manto, an Urdu writer
- Kulliyat of Kaifi, an Indian Urdu poet
- "A History of Urdu literature by T. Grahame Bailey; Introduction" (PDF).
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- "The manuscript of Ubayd Zakoni's Kulliyat and Hafez Sherozi's Gazalliyt (XIV century)". Portal.unesco.org. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Kulliyat - e - Mir - Volume II (URDU)". Indiaclub.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Kulliyat-e-Mir: Volume 1 (URDU)". Indiaclub.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- Selections from the Kulliyat of Sauda, by Major Henry Court, 1872
- "Kulliyat -e- dagh (Volume -01)". Iqbalcyberlibrary.net. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Excerpt: Kulliyat-i-Iqbal". Alhamra.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Kulliyat -e- Hasart (URDU)". Indiaclub.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- کلیات صالح محمد صفوری. Ideal School Building, Abdul Hakeem Shehr, district Khanewal.: Maktaba-i-Safooria.
- "Kulliyat-E-Manto (Manto Ke Mazameen) Urdu by Saadat Hasan Manto". Alibris.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Kaifiyaat : Kulliyat - e - Kaifi Azmi (URDU)". Indiaclub.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
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