Muhammad Suleman Taunsvi

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Khawaja Muhammad Suleman Shah Taunsvi
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Religion Islam
Other names Peer Pathan
Born 1770 CE
Darug Town, Baluchistan, Pakistan
Died 1850 CE
Taunsa Shareef, Punjab, Pakistan
Senior posting
Based in Taunsa Shareef, Punjab, Pakistan
Period in office Late 18th century and early 19th century

Muhammad Suleman Shah Taunsvi (Peer Pathan)[clarification needed] (1184A.H/1770CE - 1267A.H/1850CE) was a Sufi saint born to the Jafar Pakhtun tribe of Darug, Loralai District, Balochistan province, in what is now Pakistan. His dargah (shrine or tomb) lies in Tehsil Taunsa of district Dera Ghazi Khan of Punjab province in Pakistan. Taunsa Sharif is located on the Karachi-Peshawar Indus High way near and the headworks on the Indus River called Taunsa Barrage. His urs (annual death anniversary) is celebrated at his shrine every year from (5-7) Safar al-Muzaffar, second month of Islamic Calendar.