Sultan Bahu (سُلطان باہُو; also spelled Bahoo; ca 1630–1691) was a Sufi mystic, poet, and scholar active during the Mughal empire mostly in the Punjab region (present-day Pakistan). He belonged to Qadiri Sufi order, and founded the mystic tradition known as Sarwari Qadiri.
Little is known about Bahu’s life, other than what is written in a hagiography called Manaqib-i Sultani, which was written by one of Bahu’s descendants seven generations after Bahu’s own time.
Sultan Bahu’s father was Bayazid Muhammad, who was an Army Officer in the Mughal Army. Sultan Bahu was born in Shorekot, Jhang, in the current Punjab Province of Pakistan. He belonged to Awan Tribe. More than forty books on Sufism are attributed to him (mostly written in Persian), largely dealing with specialized aspects of Islam and Islamic mysticism. He lived during the reigns of Mughal emperors Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb in the 17th century.