Abdul Wahab Farooqi
|Parent(s)||Mian Salahuddin (father)|
|Relatives||Mian Khawaja Abdul Haq I (uncle)|
|Sufi poetry, Sufi philosophy, and Sufi music|
Sachal Sarmast or Sacho Sarmast (1739–1827) (Sindhi: سچو سرمست, Urdu: سچل سرمست), born Abdul Wahab Farooqi (Urdu: عبد الوہاب فاروقی) was a prominent Sindhi Sufi poet from Sindh in modern-day Pakistan.
An annual three-day urs, or festival commemorating the death anniversary of Sachal Sarmast is held at Daraza Sharif, beginning on the 13th day of Ramazan, including a literary conference and musical concerts based on his poetry. 
Sachal Sarmast wrote poetry in seven languages: Sindhi, Siraiki, Persian, Urdu, Balochi, Punjabi and Arabic. He lived during the Kalhoro/Talpur era. He was born in 1152 H. (A.D. 1739) in Daraza, near Ranipur. He was a Sunni Sufi Muslim.
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