Madho Lal Hussain was a 16th-century Sufi poet and saint who is highly revered by the people of Lahore, Pakistan. He was born in 1539 in Lahore and is said to have lived in the city for most of his life. Madho Lal Hussain was a disciple of the famous Sufi saint, Hazrat Ali Hajveri (also known as Data Ganj Baksh), and was known for his poetry and his teachings on love and spirituality.
The shrine of Madho Lal Hussain is located in the heart of Lahore, near the famous Badshahi Mosque. The shrine is visited by thousands of devotees every year, who come to pay their respects and seek blessings. The annual Urs (death anniversary) of Madho Lal Hussain is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion by people of all faiths in Lahore.
Madho Lal Hussain is also known for his poetry, which is written in Punjabi and Urdu. His poems are filled with themes of love, devotion, and spirituality, and are highly regarded for their beauty and depth. His poetry is still widely read and recited in Pakistan today, and he is considered one of the most important figures in the country’s literary and spiritual traditions.