Barkat Ali Ludhianwi
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|Abu Anees Mohammad Barkat Ali|
Abu Anees Mohammad Barkat Ali
27 April 1911|
|Died||26 January 1997
(16 Ramadan 1417 Hijri)
Dasuha, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Abu Anees Muhammad Barkat Ali (ابو انیس محمد برکت علی لودھیانوی) (April 27, 1911 – January 26, 1997) was a Muslim Sufi who belonged to the Qadri spiritual order. He was the founder of the non-political, non-profit, religious organisation, Dar ul Ehsan.
He was born into a Muslim family belonging to the Dhariwal Jatt ethnic group. His father, Nigahi Bakhsh, was an employee of the British Army. He gave various interviews to Pakistan National TV Channel PTV.
- Makshoofat Manazal-e-Ehsan, 5 volumes
- Kitab-ul-Amal Bis-Sunnah 5 volumes
- Asma-un-Nabi-ul-Kareem, 6 volumes
- Maqalat-e-Hikmat 30 volumes 
Barkat Ali died on January 26, 1997, at the age of 85. He is buried in Faisalabad.
On 27 April 2013, Pakistan post issued a stamp with a denomination of Rs. 8 under the "Men of Letters" series in honour of Sufi Barkat Ali. 
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