Daraza, Khairpur Mirs
|Region||Sindhi Sufi Poet|
|Sufi poetry, Sufi philosophy, and Sufi music|
The first compendium of Sachal's poetry was by Agha Sufi. First published in 1933 in Shikarpur, Sindh, it included Sachal's biography and a critical analysis of his philosophy and poetry. The introductory chapters provide a comparative analysis of the poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai and Sachal Sarmast, an introduction to Sufism and Vedanta (Chapter I), a biography of Sachal (Chapter II), and an explanation of the melodic modes or Raga (called "Sura" in Sindhi) that are used in Sachal's poetry (Chapter III). This is followed by a collection of Sachal's poems (Chapter IV) and a glossary and interpretation (Chapter V). 
- Aslam Rasoolpuri, Sachal Sarmast, Bazm e Saqafat Publications Multan
- Shameen Khan (August 21, 2014). "The enchanting beauty of Sachal Sarmast's shrine". DAWN. Retrieved 16 November 2015.
- Agha Sufi, Sachal Sarmast (Chapters I-III), pub. Shikarpur Sindh, 1933
- Agha Sufi, Sachal Sarmast (Chapters IV-V), pub. Shikarpur Sindh, 1933.
- "The Rise, Growth And Decline of Indo-Persian Literature" by R M Chopra, 2nd Edition 2013, published by Iran Culture House, New Delhi and Iran Society, Kolkata.
- Sachal Jo Sindhi Kalam: Sachal jo Risalo published online by Abdul-Majid Bhurgri
- Agha Sufi, Sachal Sarmast (vol. 1: Chapters I-III), pub. Shikarpur Sindh, 1933.
- Agha Sufi, Sachal Sarmast (vol. 2: Chapters IV-V, glossary), pub. Shikarpur Sindh, 1933.
- Sachal Jo Sindhi Kalam: Sachal jo Risalo in downloadable PDF eBook format
- Songs of Sachal, sung in traditional style